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Tregony
Trencreek Farmhouse, Tregony
Trencreek Farmhouse

Sleeps: 10
From: £810.00

Grampound
The Snug, Grampound
The Snug

Sleeps: 2
From: £385.00

St Erme
2 Pencoose Barns, St Erme
2 Pencoose Barns

Sleeps: 6
From: £1508.00

Tresillian
Tregoninny Farmhouse, Tresillian
Tregoninny Farmhouse

Sleeps: 22
From: £2698.00

Truro
Gwennal, Truro
Gwennal

Sleeps: 2
From: £439.00

Truro
Kocha, Truro
Kocha

Sleeps: 2
From: £439.00

Mevagissey
Cottage: HCTREGI, Mevagissey
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Sleeps: 2
From: £340.00

Tregony
Beech Cottage, Tregony
Beech Cottage

Sleeps: 2
From: £308.00

Mevagissey
Hawthorn Cottage, Mevagissey
Hawthorn Cottage

Sleeps: 6
From: £440.00

Tregony
Ash Cottage, Tregony
Ash Cottage

Sleeps: 6
From: £440.00

Map is approximate and should only be used to get a rough idea of the location of cottages near Probus. Please see individual cottage details for more precise location information.

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This Chancellor of England was named Archbishop of Canterbury by Richard II, who then banished him. He returned when Henry IV deposed Richard.



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