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South Coast > Falmouth
Centrally located just minutes from the beach, harbour, castle and train station, Camelot Guest House offers all you need for a relaxing stay in Falmouth.

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South Coast > Mevagissey > St. Austell
Trennicks is situated at the end of a quiet lane, set in peaceful large landscaped gardens, where guests can relax with a dip in the outside pool. Enjoy some fabulous views overlooking Mevagissey harbour and village.

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North Coast > Mawgan Porth > Newquay > Watergate Bay > Film and Literature > Poldark
Trevarrian Lodge is a family run B&B in a rural setting close to Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay. Family, double, twin & single en-suite rooms available. Parking available. Close to airport. Full English breakfast, vegetarian or alternatives included.

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North Coast > Polzeath > Rock > Wadebridge
A beautiful bed and breakfast on a working farm with fantastic far reaching views over the open countryside, situated a short distance from Rock, Polzeath, Port Isaac and Wadebridge. A wide choice at breakfast using lots of locally sourced produce.  

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South Coast > Fowey > Lostwithiel > St. Austell
Elmswood House is a superb Victorian Guest House with 6 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms set in attractive gardens in the friendly and historic village of Tywardreath. 

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West Cornwall > St. Ives
A delightful licensed bed and breakfast in St Ives, west Cornwall, with fabulous sea views and just 5 mins walk to town, beach, bus & rail. All rooms have have flatscreen, freeview TV, radio intercom & tea & coffee. 

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North Coast > Boscastle
B&B in the heart of the picturesque Cornish harbour village of Boscastle. Adjacent to the tranquil Valency Valley and only yards from the harbour, stunning coastal scenery & quaint old village, character inns, excellent restaurants & quality shops.

South Coast > Mevagissey
Kerryanna is set amidst two acres of gardens with outdoor swimming pool in a farm location at the head of the valley overlooking the village of Mevagissey in South Cornwall.