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The Countryman Hotel
7 Victoria Road
Camelford
Cornwall

PL32 9XA | View map
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Welcome to The Countryman a small, family-run hotel, situated just a two minute walk from the centre of the historic market town of Camelford. There are ten tastefully furnished and decorated bedrooms with ensuite rooms available, as well as single and family rooms.

Camelford makes an excellent base from which to explore North Cornwall. We are only ten minutes drive from the spectacular Cornish Coastal Footpath and five from breathtaking Bodmin Moor. The world acclaimed Eden Project is a short drive away and The Lost Gardens of Heligan are also within easy reach. Whether you are planning your first visit to the area, or are familiar with this beautiful countryside you will find plenty to do and see during your stay. The Countryman is just off Route 3 on the National Cycle way and secure storage is available for bikes. A drying room is also available. Guided and self guided walks are also available.

The comfortable lounge is the ideal place to sit and relax; there is an extensive collection of maps and books of local interest as well as plenty of games and puzzles to occupy all tastes. Breakfast is a choice of traditional or continental and special dietary requirements can be accommodated. In the evening Camelford offers a choice of pubs and restaurants or you may like to go further a field to visit some of the excellent places to eat in the local area. You may eat in the hotel prior by arrangement.

Children are especially welcome; cots and highchairs are available. Cycle Friendly with secure storage available.

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