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South Coast > Falmouth
A sense of simple luxury providing a modern, contemporary guest house, with 8 individual styled en-suite bedrooms,in the heart of Falmouth

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North Coast > Boscastle
Bridge House is a 200 year old Cornish cottage offering bed and breakfast in the beautiful fishing village of Boscastle, an unusual sheltered harbour owned by the National Trust, with spectacular cliff walks. 

★★★★★ AA
West Cornwall > Penzance
Set in a beautiful listed building, this individually designed bed and breakfast has frequently been featured in glossy magazines both in the UK and Europe.

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North Coast > Boscastle > Camelford > Tintagel
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 > St. Mawes > The Roseland > Truro > Truro
Converted barn on family working farm on the Roseland Peninsula. Three bedrooms and large sitting room with open fire. Children and dogs welcome. Relaxed atmosphere and warm welcome assured! Easy reach to St Mawes and King Harry Ferry.

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South Coast > Truro > Mid Cornwall > Truro
The Townhouse is different - relaxed, friendly, flexible - and our guests seem to love it! We aim to give you lovely rooms, real value for money and the flexibility you need to enjoy your stay.

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West Cornwall > St. Ives
The Grey Mullet is an 18th Century Grade 11 listed building, now a bed and breakfast, centrally situated in the old fishing and artists' quarter of St Ives, West Cornwall. Offering fantastic sea views and just a stroll from the beach and harbour.

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North Coast > Tintagel
Bosayne is a friendly family run B&B in Tintage. There are fantastic sea views to the front and rolling countryside views to the rear of the house. Metres from the South West Coast Path with an easy 3 minute walk to Tintagel village.