Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre
A small rural village in north Cornwall just before it becomes Devon and near the Tamar River. A beautiful area of valleys and woods.
Family Accommodation near Boyton centre:
Bradridge Farm (Family Accommodation) Boyton (0.94 miles)
Palmers Lodge (Family Accommodation) Boyton (3.95 miles)
St Stephens Hill (Family Accommodation) Launceston (4.13 miles)
2 Tamar View (Family Accommodation) Launceston (4.95 miles)
Court Barn Country House Hotel (Family Accommodation) Holsworthy (4.99 miles)
Amblelight (Family Accommodation) Launceston (5.52 miles)
Trethorne Golf Club (Family Accommodation) Launceston (5.69 miles)
Arundell Arms Hotel (Family Accommodation) Launceston (5.89 miles)
Hedley Wood Caravan (Family Accommodation) Holsworthy (7.44 miles)
Oak Tree Farm (Family Accommodation) Holsworthy (8.28 miles)
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Millook Haven (9.69 miles) A quiet, remote, difficult to get to beach that is great if you are happy with no facilities. In the...
Widemouth (9.80 miles) One mile of flat sand, close to Bude. In the summer dogs are allowed on the rocky (north) end of...
Crackington Haven (11.36 miles) Small, but popular beach in a deep bay surrounded by dramatic tall cliffs (good shelter from winds). Mainly pebbles with...
Summerleaze (11.57 miles) Great family beach and so close to Bude that it's almost closer to the town than the water. It benefits...
Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre (2.49 miles) 21 acres of wildlife sancutary with an focus on otters, but also featuring deer and birds of prey. Tearooms and...
Launceston Steam Railway (4.30 miles) Narrow gauge steam railway running from Launceston through the Kensey Valley. The Launceston Station is also home to a Transport...
Lawrence House and Museum (4.50 miles) National Trust owned Georgian house, leased to the local Town Council and home to the town museum. Large array of...
Launceston Castle (4.61 miles) Set on a large natural mound, Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus...