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★★★★AA
West Cornwall > St. Ives
A special family-run B&B with fine accommodation and a friendly, informal atmosphere near St Ives. The house and grounds are set in beautiful unspoilt Cornish countyside next to the National Trust's Trencrom Hill, boasting sweeping views.

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Cornwall
Victorian farmhouse, all rooms en suite, on a 250 acre family beef and sheep farm, offering a warm welcome in peaceful, unspoilt countryside within easy reach of coastal beaches. Several large public gardens and the Eden Project are near.

West Cornwall > St. Ives
A great bed and breakfast Inn situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Atlantic coast, near St Ives, west Cornwall. The Gurnard's Head’s owners, Charles and Edmund Inkin, pursue their aim of "the simple things in life done well". 

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Cornwall
Historic country house with hotel-style facilities in beautiful gardens 3 minutes from Looe. An Idyllic touring base for Cornwall with double, twin and family rooms, award-winning hospitality, on-site parking and Looe Valley bus/train services.
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South Coast > Mevagissey
Superbly situated at the top of Polkirt Hill, this B&B must have one of the best views in Cornwall, looking over both the inner and outer harbours and miles of Cornish coastline.

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Launceston
Farmhouse B&B in Launceston, Cornwall offering comfortable accommodation with an emphasis on good food. Situated in Tamar Valley on Cornwall/Devon border, midway between Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. Dogs welcome. Evening meals served.

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North Coast
Pendragon Country House is a beautifully presented family run guest house near Boscastle and Tintagel offering B&B with optional evening meal. Seven en-suite bedrooms, luxuriously appointed, spacious public rooms.
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South Coast > Looe
An award-winng 4 star graded family run bed and breakfast farm situated in beautiful countryside midway between the popular resorts of Looe and Fowey. The Grade 2 listed farmhouse bears the Trelawney Coat of Arms dated 1610.