Polmena House

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at Lostwithiel, Cornwall...
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Local Area

The ancient town of Lostwithiel on the banks of the River Fowey with its 14th century bridge, is within a mile of Polmena B&B. Antique shops and regular fairs have made Lostwithiel the antiques capital of Cornwall. Individual shops and a good variety of pubs and restaurants draw people from far and wide and the ample free parking makes visiting the town that much easier. Part of the Saints Way, an ancient route for travellers from Padstow to Fowey, is within a short walk of the town.

The world famous Eden Project is only 6 miles; the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the National Trust Lanhydrock House & Gardens are all within easy reach. Fowey Harbour is about 8 miles where the famous Daphne Du Maurier Festival takes place in early May and Boconnoc House, a popular wedding venue and home of Cornwall's annual spring flower show, is just 2 miles.
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