Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Lostwithiel, Cornwall
Built in 1910 Benthams is a spacious house set in 2 acres of land and surrounded by attractive gardens overlooking the ancient stannary (tin) town of Lostwithiel. Free wifi available. Shirley Sanders and family offer very comfortable accommodation consisting of one double bedroom one twin bedroom and one single room. Private bathroom facilities are available as are tea and coffee making facilities on request . All rooms have washbasins with H & C and colour televisions. The Eden Project is only 5 miles away from the property. The Lost Gardens of Heligan Lanhydrock House(NT) and Fowey are within easy reach. Excellent pubs and restaurants are within walking distance of Benthams We look forward to welcoming you. ### Please note that we can only accept cash payment from guests on departure. Please contact Benthams if you would like to request early check in. Thank you! ###
Cross Close House B&B
. br / br / Cross Close House used to be a farmhouse built in the 1860s and was converted into a comfortable B and B by the present owners Val and Alex. We are a small friendly B and B run by garden lovers in the countryside hamlet of West Taphouse. br / br / Situated on the A390 we are easy to find. br / br / We have off-road parking and safe accommodation for bicycles br / br / br / br / On arrival you will be welcomed with a Cornish Cream Tea br / br / br / br / We have two en-suite bedrooms available. The double room has a kingsize bed and the other has twin beds. They each have a courtesy tray with a good selection of beveridges and home-made biscuits. Fresh milk is available. br / br / There is a small charge for laundry service . br / br / br / br / The comfortable guest lounge has books and magazines etc br / br / We have WiFi but it is slow. br / br / br / br / You are also welcome to relax in the 1/3acre garden which has several different seating areas and a summerhouse - perfect for a cream tea on a nice day ! br / br / br / br / Only the best ingredients are used for our breakfasts and whenever possible we use local produce - including eggs from our own chickens local honey and sausages from Lobb s Farm at Heligan. br / br / br / br / We provide a Full English Breakfast (or a vegetarian version) cereals fruit juice and homemade marmalade.You may also choose a lighter cooked breakfast br / br / Special dietary needs - please request prior to visit. br / br / br / br / We are 4 miles from the ancient stannary town of lovely Lostwithiel on the R. Foweywith a wealth of History in its buildings. It has several good restaurants and various antique and gift shops a mini-supermarket with ATM a pharmacy etc. br / br / br / br / The stunning National Trust property of Lanhydrock is only 4 miles away ( and the wonderful Duchy Nursery is en-route ! ) br / br / We are also conveniently situated for The Eden Project The Lost Gardens of Heligan and many other beautiful gardens Restormel Castle and Bodmin Moor Looe Polperro Fowey and Mevagissey on the South coast and Padstow Port Isaac Tintagel etc. on the North coast.
Higher Hartswell Farm
RURAL RETREAT!!!! br / br / br / br / Paul and Emma warmly welcome you to our beautiful farm with horses ponies sheep and goats. br / br / br / br / As you will be our only guests in our Barn conversion we want you to feel spoilt and relaxed. Explore the farm at your leisure and admire the breathtaking country side. br / br / br / br / A Hamper Breakfast will be brought to you at a time to suit you Full of fresh produce to eat privately in the Barn Room Annex. Even in bed if you wish !! (you are on holiday!) br / br / br / br / Lostwithiel itself is a quaint little town full of antique shops restaurants and wine bars with the stunning river Fowey running through the centre. br / br / br / br / Also we are located close to Lanhydrock House. Heleigan Gardens. Eden Project. Boconnoc House and Gardens. br / br / br / br / If there is anything we can do to make your stay even more special please get in touch. br / br / br / br / Ideal for walkers surfers the coast a stone throw away.. br / br / br / br / So Glad We Stayed! br / br / Right from the moment we booked we were made to feel special. Emma could not have been more welcoming and helpful. br / br / Our room was clean comfortable and homely and our breakfast was amazing! br / br / I will be recommending it to friends and family and we hope to stay again soon! br / br / Thank you for making our weekend away so memorable x Chloe A April 2014.. (One of many 5 star reviews) br / br / br / br / br / br / (PLEASE DO NOT CONFUSE US WITH HARTSWELL FARM WE ARE TWO SEPARATE PROPERTIES)
King s Arms
Kerry and William welcomes you to the King s Arms Hotel. br / br / br / br / We have four comfortable en-suite bedrooms which have been quality assessed at a 4 star guest accommodation standard by Visit England. All rooms have been recently redecorated and have a home-from-home feel. With comfortable beds flat-screen televisions and tea trays you can be sure of a restful stay. Free off-road parking can be found nearby. br / br / br / br / The medieval town of Lostwithiel provides the perfect location for a short break with beautiful countryside on the doorstep and plenty to do nearby. Antiques shops and regular fairs have made Lostwithiel the antiques capital of Cornwall and it is one of the most vibrant and lively communities in the county. br / br / br / br / Independent shops cafes pubs and restaurants as well as parks and riverside walks are all within walking distance. Restormel castle only a 15 minute walk away is well worth a visit. Conveniently situated on the A390 and close to the railway station it is ideally located for business trips or leisure breaks in Cornwall. br / br / br / br / The world renowned Eden Project Lanhydrock House (the most popular National Trust property in the County) and quaint fishing ports at Fowey Looe and Polperro are all less than 30 minutes away. br / br / br / br / We provide a home-made full Cornish breakfast for guests staying with us and we serve bar food during the day.
Chris & Heidi welcome you to Penrose their elegant Victorian home. Be prepared to be spoilt when you book into Penrose B&B as Chris & Heidi pride themselves on hospitality and the kind of finishing touches that make a visit memorable. br / br / br / br / Built in 1900 Penrose retains a wealth of original features including fireplaces in most of the large rooms cornicing ceiling roses chandeliers high ceilings and stained glass windows. br / br / br / br / Even though Penrose is elegant and grand when you walk in you will experience a homely and laid back atmosphere. As you will see below most of the rooms are lovely and large with ensuite facilities plus comfy seating and lots of added extras. Breakfast is full cooked and locally sourced plus as much cereal toast orange juice fruit tea & coffee as you want. br / br / br / br / There is free WiFi and a computer available in the dining room. The garden is for all to share and there is off road parking. (no long wheel based vans). If you come by train let us know and we can come and pick you up. br / br / br / br / Children and dogs are welcome. br / br / br / br / There are lots of amenities close by including: The Eden Project (10 minutes away) Lost Gardens of Heligan Coastal walks Cycling Fishing and Sailing Golf courses galore Castles and National Trust gardens & houses. br / br / br / br / Lostwithiel is a hidden gem. It is a mecca for eating fantastic food with the local pubs restaurants and takeaways all within a 5/10 minute walk of the house. Lostwithiel is also the antiques capital of Cornwall plus it boasts tea shops markets church castle river parks boats museum and a train station. br / br / br / br / Here are some comments from our guest book: br / br / br / br / Impossible to put into words the fabulous stay we have had. Thank you so much - Stuart & Angela br / br / Very impressive no hassle booking great reception most enjoyable stay. 10 out of 10 - Bill & Carole br / br / Warm comfortable cosy and wonderful hosts everything you imagine the perfect Cornish B&B to be - Thanks very much - Michael.
The Old Chapel B&B
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accommodate children under the age of 13. The Old Chapel offers superior bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of beautiful Cornwall. Featuring four spacious rooms decorated to a very high standard in a fresh modern style each with an individual colour scheme. Each room is suitably equipped with all of the amenities you would expect from a high quality bed and breakfast. We are centrally located in Cornwall making it just as easy to reach both the south and north coasts of this stunningly beautiful county. Lostwithiel Cornwall s antiques centre is just three miles away. We have plenty of off-road parking and free wireless internet. The fantastic Eden Project is within easy reach and you can even combine your stay with a superb guided tour with collection from here to make your stay extra special. We pride ourselves on the quality and choice of our award winning breakfast menu with the emphasis on local produce. Your hosts Kimberley & Greg can promise you a genuinely friendly welcome and first class service throughout your stay. Our aim is to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. If you are looking for an AA 5 Star Gold rated accommodation a hearty breakfast and the opportunity to explore Cornwall you have come to the right place.
The Royal Oak Inn
The Royal Oak is first mentioned on a 1881 Ordnance Survey map of Lostwithiel. Samuel Sampson had been a wine spirit and ale retailer resident at Kingdon House (the main part of today s Royal Oak) since at least 1871 so it is not known exactly when or why the name was changed. Before this time records are scarce but we know that in the 1860s the building we now know as the Royal Oak was run as a school and was known as Kingdon House Academy. John and Jane Stephens opened the Academy in 1857 having previously run a similar establishment in Hillyar House. Nine male pupils between the ages of nine and 13 were under the tutelage of John Stephens and boarded at the Academy. The school must have flourished as in 1865 the business expanded and moved to Norway House. ln January of this year Ann Tumser John and Jane s great granddaughter who lives in California paid a short visit to Lostwithiel. Ann has done much research about her ancestors and the town and comes back regularly. br / br / br / br / The dining area complete with woodburner is linked to the bar and there s a secluded area ideal for meetings and functions for up to 20 people. br / br / br / br / Andy Gibbin uses fresh local ingredients whenever he can with daily special dishes always on offer. Cornwall is a wonderful area for fresh produce with the coast and its fish and shellfish close by and meat and game coming from the county s extensive farming community. br / br / br / br / As well as a range of starters main and desserts we also serve light lunches sandwiches and salads..
Tremont is a stunning victorian house set on a terrace overlooking the town of Lostwithiel. br / br / br / br / Two of our rooms benefit from the fantastic view and our guests spend a lot of time sipping coffee while taking in the view. The town is only a few minutes walk away where you can find local pubs with good food and gardens. Also there are some excellent restaurants to enjoy that romantic dinner. br / br / br / br / There are walks in the area that would help to work off the freshly cooked breakfast. br / br / br / br / Lostwithiel is a real hidden gem with Antique shops galore and is placed in a very good location to explore all that Cornwall has to offer.