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The Lowenac Hotel
34 Bassett Road
Camborne
Cornwall

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Welcome to the Lowenac Hotel, Camborne, in the heart of Cornwall. The Lowenac has been lovingly restored and now offers luxurious en suite accommodation, top quality restaurant dining with a choice of beautifully furnished rooms, cosy public bar and function facilities that are second to none in the local area. The Lowenac Hotel is steeped in history. This one-time Mining Captain's residence boasts many authentic features of an age gone by, including the stunning chandeliers, high quality hand carved carpentry and original brass door fittings. If you are looking for a romantic break or a truly unforgettable wedding then there can be no better a place than The Lowenac Hotel. We have a reputation for excellent cuisine, fine dining and luxurious accommodation in a unique setting. We also cater for corporate guests offering a choice of rooms suitable for conferences, meetings or special occasions. Our central location makes us an ideal base for those looking to take advantage of the many countryside activities available here in Cornwall. Cornwall boasts a wide range of attractions to ensure you'll never be short of interesting and exciting places to visit. There are stunning historical sites maintained by the National Trust and English Heritage, such as Lanhydrock House and Pendennis Castle. Or if you're looking for somewhere for children to let off steam try Crealy Great Adventure Park or Dairyland Farm World, which both have a wealth of outdoor attractions plus big indoor play areas should the weather take a turn for the worst.

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