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St. Leonards House B&B
Polson

Launceston
Cornwall

PL15 9QR | View map

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St Leonards House is the comfortable, relaxing home of John and Jane Marshall set in the country just one mile from the historic town of Launceston, the ancient capital of Cornwall. Lying on the banks of the River Kensey on the Devon/Cornwall border between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, St Leonards House is ideally situated for exploring the many delights of both Devon and Cornwall. The house is furnished with antique furniture and prints as well as embroidery and tapestries made by Jane. The three letting rooms are comfortably furnished and have a hospitality tray, TV, bath robes, chocolates and more. A guest lounge is available for guest use or you can relax on the patio beside the river. Why not enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea. Dinner can be provided by prior arrangement.

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Number of Rooms: 3
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