Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Skyber - T44
Lawrence House and Museum
About Launceston Castle
Set on a large natural mound, Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep. The tower top is now reached via a dark internal staircase.
The castle long remained a prison and George Fox, founder of the Quakers, suffered harsh confinement here in 1656. A display traces 1,000 years of history, with finds from site excavations
Castle Lodge, Launceston, Tel: 01566 772365
Closest town: Launceston
Places to stay near Launceston Castle:
The Eagle House Hotel (Hotel) Launceston (0.09 miles)
Cyprus Well (Cottage) Launceston (0.22 miles)
Railway Cottage (Holiday Park) Launceston (0.29 miles)
Holne House (Apartment) Launceston (0.40 miles)
Riverside Apartment (Apartment) Launceston (0.40 miles)
2 Kensey Court (Holiday Park) Launceston (0.49 miles)
Middle Barn (Holiday Park) Launceston (0.62 miles)
Tyne Wells House (Bed and Breakfast) Launceston (0.76 miles)
Bamham Farm Cottages (Hotel) Launceston (0.78 miles)
Skyber - T44 (Cottage) Launceston (0.96 miles)
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Lawrence House and Museum (0.12 miles) National Trust owned Georgian house, leased to the local Town Council and home to the town museum. Large array of...
Launceston Steam Railway (0.31 miles) Narrow gauge steam railway running from Launceston through the Kensey Valley. The Launceston Station is also home to a Transport...
Trethorne Leisure Park (2.92 miles) A friendly, family run attraction and a great day out for all the family in all kinds of weather.
Trecarrell Manor Chapel and Hall (3.97 miles) Medieval chapel and small stone medieval hall. Built by Sir Henry Trecarrell in the parish of Lezant where the Trecarrell...
Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre (4.00 miles) 21 acres of wildlife sancutary with an focus on otters, but also featuring deer and birds of prey. Tearooms and...
Millook Haven (13.28 miles) A quiet, remote, difficult to get to beach that is great if you are happy with no facilities. In the...
Widemouth (13.71 miles) One mile of flat sand, close to Bude. In the summer dogs are allowed on the rocky (north) end of...
Crackington Haven (14.04 miles) Small, but popular beach in a deep bay surrounded by dramatic tall cliffs (good shelter from winds). Mainly pebbles with...
The Strangles (14.19 miles) A large beach of pepples and sand but with difficult access (a climb down from car park) it doesn't get...
Summerleaze (15.82 miles) Great family beach and so close to Bude that it's almost closer to the town than the water. It benefits...