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Pencubitt Country House Hotel
Lamellion Cross
Liskeard
Cornwall

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Pencubitt Country House is a small luxury hotel with 9 en-suite rooms, near the Eden Project, situated in the village of Lamellion Cross on the edge of Liskeard Town in Cornwall. Most rooms are decorated in period fashion with views over the countryside. There are buses and trains nearby and it is only a 15 minute walk into Liskeard.

Pencubitt is an ideal accommodation for exploring Cornwall and Devon. It is close to the Eden Project, Lost gardens of Heligan, Looe & Polperro, Tintagel, Bodmin Moor, Plymouth and Dartmoor. We are within easy reach of most of the attractions in Cornwall and Devon.

Pencubitt House sits in two and a half acres of its own gardens overlooking the Looe Valley. Luxury en-suite rooms, a comfortable well stocked bar and a restaurant serving full English breakfasts and three course evening meals. There is a comprehensive wine list too. We provide free wireless broadband and an Internet terminal.

Pencubitt provides a peaceful haven in a character country house far away from the madding crowd. Unfortunately, we are unable to cater for children under 12 or pets.

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