Hotel Jamaica Inn Launceston
Jamaica Inn hotel Cornwall's legendary coaching house immortalised in Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name has stood high on Bodmin Moor for over four centuries. We're still referred to by historians as Cornwall's most famous smuggling inn. These days we do welcome the more salubrious guest ... and the odd ghost! The Jamaica Inn was made famous by the book and film of the same name by Daphne Du Maurier and the Inn also includes a museum and gift shop as well as a restaurant and bar. The Jamaica Inn has 16 well appointed bedrooms all en - suite we also have a number of romantic four poster bedrooms and who knows you may be visited by one of our resident ghosts. From breakfast until late evening you can enjoy an extensive range of home cooked food and we are a family friendly hotel and inn.Sorry no dogs allowed in the bedrooms
Hotel Poole Farm Launceston
Poole Farm in Launceston is situated on the Devon/Cornwall border, adjacent to the River Tamar, sitting proudly within rolling countryside . Comfortable farmhouse bed and breakfast accommodation in a quiet and beautiful setting. With easy access to Dartmoor National Park, Bodmin Moor and the North Cornwall Heritage Coast, Poole Farm is ideally situated for those wishing to tour either or both counties or those looking for a place to relax and enjoy some peace and tranquility.
Hotel Trethorne Hotel & Golf Club Launceston
Accommodation at Trethorne comprises 7 Clubhouse Rooms, 4 Lodges and 2 detached Cottages. All rooms are of a good size with green field views and en-suite facilities.Trethorne is situated on the DevonCornwall border, minutes from the main A30. The nearby Cornish market town of Launceston offers a varied nightlife and shopping centre. The Eden Project is 40 minutes away and the beauty of the North Cornwall coast on half an hour.
Hotel The White Hart Launceston
The White Hart Hotel situated within the 12 century walled town of Launceston capital of Cornwall until 1838.The White Hart Hotel in the market square has grown up almost within the shadow of the castle walls and has always been very much part of the life of the town.The modern visitor en route or staying for a while to explore the area will feel well and truly welcome in this excellent hotel within the friendly old-world town of Launceston. Entry to the hotel is through the Norman doorway removed from a local priory many years ago. Beyond you will find a friendly welcome with much of the old fashioned Cornish charm still remaining.The hotel has 26 rooms; each has its own character and charisma whilst having the convenience of an en-suite bathroom and additional facilities. The White Hart is a multifunctional hotel with facilities for business clients families golf breaks functions or that special weekend away.