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Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club
"Good Points: Quite attractive outlook Bad Points: Cold! General review: Not really friendly, no tea & coffee making facilities in the room, no internet access. Restaurant not open as only few guests. ..." More

Restormel Lodge Hotel
"Good Points: Clean, comfortable, quiet atmosphere. Very friendly and helpful staff. General review: Perhaps a little bit more about facilities and surroundings.

Date visited: 2007-09-26 ..." More

Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club
"I got married here in April 2007, and we had a wonderful time! THe staff were very friendly and helpful, remaining professional after a long day. The room we stayed ..." More

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Lostwithiel is a pretty town nestling in the Fowey River Valley, known as the antique capital of Cornwall. Originally founded by the Normans. The streets, lanes and Medieval bridge of this historic town brings you upon Restormel Castle, which was home to the Norman lords who built Lostwithiel. St Bartholomew’s Church with it’s 13th Century octagonal lantern spire and stunning carved font is a delight. The Museum which is housed in the old Corn Exchange has many exhibits covering history over the last 200 years. Or an unusual experience is the former court house Shire Hall, now beckons her visitor to become a member of the jury in a courtroom trial from the 19th Century. Perhaps a sedate round of golf in wooded countryside, or game of tennis or even swimming, all can be enjoyed at the Golf and Country Club. Or visit the Farm Museum in the hamlet of St Winnow. Lanhydrock House is an impressive Tudor Mansion built in 1630 where you can tour around this interesting house and experience 49 rooms both above and below stairs. The ‘Long gallery’ has a carved plaster ceiling depicting scenes from the Old Testament, all set within 22 acres of gardens.


Blackwell Bate Clarke & Co
Sands Accountants


Restormel Castle


The Dental Surgery


Lostwithiel Surgery

Farmers Market

Lostwithiel Local Produce Market


Earl Of Chatham
Kings Arms
The Royal Oak

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Globe Inn
Royal Talbert
Ship Inn
The Royal Oak


Golden Dynasty
Grape Vine
River Brasserie
Royal Talbert
Ship Inn
Tawny Owl Restaurant
The Royal Oak

Trewithen Restaurant


Lerryn School
Lostwithiel School
St Winnow C of E School


Puddleduck Cottage


Lerryn Cars

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Pelyn Veterinary Group


Cornwall Foilage
Duchy of Cornwall Nursery
Rosevinnick Organic Farm
Anns Gallery
The Parade
The Romantic Englishwomen Ltd
Lostwithiel Bakery
Frans Pantry Ltd
Maggies Flower Shop
Duchy Coffee Shop

The Country Fryer
Mountchase Pharmacy


Deja-Vu Antiques
The Old Place Antiques
Lostwithiel Antiques
Uzella Court


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The Royal Oak (0.06 miles)

The Royal Oak

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Smugglers reputedly used the tunnel believed to connect the cellars of this 13th-century pub to the dungeons of Restormel Castle, a short way up the River Fowey. ... More

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The Royal Oak Inn (0.08 miles)

The Royal Oak Inn
A public house for over 100 years, the Royal Oak is in Duke Street, Lostwithiel – convenient for the pretty town centre, yet quietly situated away from main roads. Today, you'll find a warm welcome from ... More | visit website
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The Cottage (0.15 miles)

The Cottage

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. ... More | visit website

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Restormel Lodge Hotel (0.19 miles)

Restormel Lodge Hotel

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Situated in the beautiful Fowey Valley, recently classified as the most desirable place to live in the United Kingdom, the hotel offers modern comfort with traditional hospitality. One of the ... More | visit website

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Tremont House (0.25 miles)

Tremont House
Tremont is the name carved in the granite gatepost of this elegant residence, built in the late 1800s and still retaining many original features. We have three large rooms available for the comfort of guests ... More | visit website
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Penrose B&B (0.25 miles)

Penrose B&B

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Chris & Heidi welcome you to Penrose B&B, their beautiful AA 4 stars ratedVictorian home. Penrose B&B exudes a homely atmosphere with a hint of heritage. Fireplaces, chandeliers, cornices and ... More

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Earl Of Chatham (0.26 miles)

Earl Of Chatham

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Sharon & Peter welcome you to the Earl of Chatham, which is a beautful 16th Century Inn. Set just over the river Fowey, in the idylic historic town of Lostwithiel, ... More

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Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club (0.43 miles)

Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club

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Situated close to the ancient town of Lostwithiel in the heart of Cornwall, the hotel is a great base for discovering coastlines, quiet inland villages, ancient towns and historic houses. Lostwithiel Hotel ... More

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Roundhouse Mill (2.66 miles)

Roundhouse Mill
Roundhouse Mill enjoys fantastic views; spacious en suite rooms; a heated swimming pool and a warm welcome; Round House Mill has got it all. The house retains much of the character of the original mill. ... More | visit website
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Greenacres Cottages (2.77 miles)

Greenacres Cottages

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All cottages - brand new October 2008. Open all year.An idyllic rural retreat close to the Eden Project and Fowey.Enjoying an elevated position with outstanding views across Luxulyan Woods and ... More

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