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Cornwall
5 star luxury farmhouse accommodation in central Cornwall, 2 miles from A30. Very close to Eden and Lanhydrock House & Gardens. Peaceful location with magnificent views. Cream tea on arrival. Award winning Aga cooked breakfasts and 6ft superking beds

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
The farmhouse bed and breakfast, near Bodmin, Cornwall is an early medieval cross passage and is grade II listed. The two rooms are well appointed with views over the gardens, courtyard and moor beyond.

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Cornwall
Cornish hospitality at its very best. Enjoy quality self-catering cottages in Cornwall and farmhouse bed & breakfasts set in idyllic surroundings, close to the sea or deep in the heart of the countryside.

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
A b&b in the village of Cardinham, near Bodmin, Cornwall. Comfortable and centrally located for exploring the best that Cornwall has to offer. The Old School House is a converted Victorian School set in pretty gardens.  Two miles off the A30.

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
Elegant Victorian bed and breakfast in Bodmin, Cornwall set in secluded woodland gardens close to town centre and A30 - perfect for business or pleasure. Spacious and exceedingly comfortable en-suite rooms catering for every need. Free Wi-Fi.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
A bed and breakfast near Launceston, Cornwall, nestled in a valley on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Enjoy contemporary luxury in a characterful 19th century property. The ideal base to discover all the coastal and inland treasures of this wonderful county.

Mid Cornwall > Bodmin
St Benet’s Abbey is a charming and historic Bed & Breakfast located in Lanivet, the geographical centre of Cornwall. Built in 1411, it is a unique building now offering all modern comforts but retaining the charm and character of its historical past

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Cornwall
Located in the historic village of Lanlivery is one of Cornwall’s oldest pubs, the Crown Inn.  It is known that there has been an inn on the site since the 12th century serving weary travellers using the ancient track known as the Saint’s Way.