<h1>LOSTWITHIEL HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages


Antiques, history and the River Fowey

Visit Lostwithiel

Peppered with antique shops and interior design boutiques, Lostwithiel is a collector’s dream destination. The town architecture is equally fascinating, enjoying a rich heritage with a castle and twisting, narrow alleyways to explore. Lostwithiel was Cornwall’s capital in the 14th century and, although this honour now lies with Truro, the ancient stannary town has kept its status as the antiques capital of the county.

Lostwithiel Cottages

Lostwithiel is a beautiful and fabulous spot in which to base your stay. We have a full collection of self-catering holiday cottages offering beautiful accommodation in and around the town.

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South Cornwall Cottages

Our selection of self-catering holiday cottages are some of the best places to stay in Cornwall. Find everything from cosy cottages for two, through to large properties to fit all the family.

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Best dog-friendly Cornwall beaches

From popular spots including Fistral and Watergate Bay in Newquay, through to secret coves and bays that you may never have heard of before now, we've done the homework to let you know which Cornish beaches allow dogs. Read on to see the full list of beaches where dogs are allowed all year round, where there are restrictions, and where there are annual bans.

The ultimate Cornwall bucket list

As only 58% of children have ever tried a Cornish pasty, we've created the ultimate bucket list for visitors to the beautiful county of Cornwall. This also follows the news that the county has been granted minority status and the list is a celebration of all things Cornwall. Attractions such as the Minack Theatre, The Barbara Hepworth Museum and The Eden Project are the stars.

A collector’s dream

A holiday in this historic town is a relaxing affair with many things to see and do. The tranquil region is famed for quality walks and “Lostwydhyel” means ‘the tail of a wooded area”.

Historic buildings, antique shops, pubs and places to eat make up the town centre, the Royal Oak and The Globe Inn are equally welcoming, and the cafés and restaurants serve delicious locally-sourced wares. Standing tall above the town is Restormel Castle and the Tudor Bridge is a must-see local landmark.

Along the banks of the River Fowey, delightful towns and villages sit as it widens and joins the estuary of Fowey. Here, the town’s golf course challenges all levels of golfer, and the great surrounding road links meaning you’re never far away from a fantastic day out, especially at the nearby Eden Project.

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