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Inns in Launceston

Kings Head Hotel
Five Lanes
Altarnun

Launceston
Cornwall

PL15 7RX | View map

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The Kings Head Hotel, a 15th century coaching inn, is an idyllic community based pub set in the rural and tranquil setting of Five Lanes, Altarnun. It is ideally situated for touring the Western Cornish Peninsula, Bodmin Moor and both North and South Cornwall and lies within easy reach of most of Cornwall's attractions such as The Eden Project. We offer an extensive restaurant menu that features excellent home cooked dishes produced and sourced from Cornish produce, coupled with a wine list and some of Cornwall's award winning real ales. Most weekends throughout the year we feature live entertainment which when coupled with the warm and friendly atmosphere make for a very pleasant stay. All our rooms are of a reasonable size and most have views of Bodmin Moor. Each room has a wash basin, hospitaility tray and television and all are located very close to a seperate bathroom, shower room and toilet. Breakfast is included in the cost of all our rooms and consists of tea and coffee, cereal and a full English cooked breakfast and is served at 9am unless otherwise arranged.

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