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Inns in Lostwithiel

Earl Of Chatham
Grenville Road
Lostwithiel
Cornwall

PL22 0EP | View map

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Sharon & Peter welcome you to the Earl of Chatham, which is a beautful 16th Century Inn. Set just over the river Fowey, in the idylic historic town of Lostwithiel, our location is ideal for business or pleasure, with major attractions and towns all within easy reach. Lostwithiel has plenty to offer, with an array of fine antiques shops, arts and crafts, superb dining, hill walks, open countryside, the river Fowey, Lanhydrock House and Lostwithiel Golf and Country Club.The Eden Project, Fowey, Bodmin and some of the southwests finest beaches are all within a 6 mile radius. Truro, Newquay, Looe, Plymouth, Wadebridge, Padstow and Rock are all easily reached with a 45 minutes drive. Transport links are good, Lostwithiel train station is on the Paddington to Penzance line and is a few minutes walk away, giving you the opportunity to explore many of Cornwall's towns, beaches and tourist attractions.

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