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Inns in Lostwithiel

Kings Arms
Fore Street
Lostwithiel
Cornwall

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Welcome. We are Mick and Kathy Townsend and we would like to invite you to stay at the kings Arms Hotel. We are situated in the historic town of Lostwithiel and are well positioned to visit the towns many antique shops, coffee shops, public houses, and restaurants which are all within walking distance. We are close to the railway station which links us most destinations throughout Cornwall. Allowing you to choose from a wide variety of activities and places to visit during your time here with us.The King's Arms provide a wide range of facilities to help you enjoy your stay and get the most out of your time in Lostwithiel, including:Traditional small town public house En-suite accommodation Real ales (cask marque) Live entertainment most Saturday nights Sky sports in the bar Close to the Eden Project & Lanhydrock House Countryside and river walks Local museum and castle Within walking distance from main line railway station and national express bus stop

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