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Lostwithiel Tourist Information
Lostwithiel Guide and History
Lostwithiel is a beautiful little town with a vibrant community often overlooked by passers-by as it is hidden in the valley. Steeped in history, with the ruins of the 12th Century Restormel castle on the hill, the Duchy Palace, and the town’s association with the Black Prince, all adding to the rich heritage.
Cornwall Summer Bear Fair
23rd June 2013
There is a wide range of accommodation with self-catering and bed and breakfast, two hotels and a great Golf and Country club.
Entertainment and Eating Out Guide
Lostwithiel is an ideal base for visiting both North and South Cornwall. In between St. Austell and Bodmin you are within easy access of Bodmin Moor and The Eden Project and it is 5 miles from the harbour town of Fowey. The town is literally 5 minutes drive from the National Trust property Lanhydrock and there is the country house Boconnoc which opens its gates in the summer to host outdoor plays and for visitors to explore the gardens.
The shops in the town include fairtrade products, pretty lifestyle and gift shops, a bookshop as well as an impressive selection of antiques.
Lostwithiel Beach and Surf Guide
Both the North and South coasts are within easy reach and Lostwithiel is minutes in the car from a great range of beaches.
Travel links are good with a station right in the centre of the town but more frequent trains can be picked up 5 minutes away at the Bodmin Parkway or Par stations.
A thriving community with homegrown businesses, Lostwithi has a wide range of firms calling it home. For example, home removals Cornwall has a high demand for, have a base here in Right Move of Lostwithiel, delivering through the UK and France.
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