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Self-Catering in Lostwithiel

The Cottage, Lostwithiel, Cornwall

The Cottage
Lostwithiel
Cornwall

PL22 0DA | View map
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The Eden project is only 4 miles away, leisure centres and tennis courts in nearby town, Heligan Gardens in Mevagissey, nearby Looe, Polperro, Fowey, Charlestown our beautiful quaint fishing villages.Supermarket 2 minutes walk, doctor surgery. Train station 5 minute walk.2 minute walk to the river.Coast/BeachCountry and coastal walks within easy reach, beautiful beaches such as Polkerris a few miles drive.Lostwithiel Golf and Country Club 1 mile, Carlyon Bay Golf Club and St Austell within easy reach.The property is in the centre of town, down a side lane of themain street next to church rooms.Amenities/Facilities provided • hob/stove, • oven, • fridge/freezer, • fridge, • microwave, • washing machine, • tumble dryer, • tv, • central heating 32" flat screen TV, sofa, coffee table, table with side light.Two double bedrooms bedroom 1.double/Bedroom 2 twin

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