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Liskeard
The Corn Store, Liskeard
The Corn Store

Sleeps: 4
From: £240.00

Liskeard
Lower Well Barn, Liskeard
Lower Well Barn

Sleeps: 6
From: £280.00

Liskeard
Cottage: HCTRERO, Liskeard
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Sleeps: 4
From: £390.00

Liskeard
Skiber Goth, Liskeard
Skiber Goth

Sleeps: 4
From: £215.00

Looe
Cottage: HCTREGN, Looe
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Sleeps: 4
From: £415.00

St Ive
Haye Barton Farm, St Ive
Haye Barton Farm

Sleeps: 14
From: £1212.00

Liskeard
Ivy Lodge, Liskeard
Ivy Lodge

Sleeps: 4
From: £309.00

Tideford
Rame, Tideford
Rame

Sleeps: 2
From: £307.00

Tideford
Whitsand, Tideford
Whitsand

Sleeps: 2
From: £307.00

Callington
Frogwell Chapel, Callington
Frogwell Chapel

Sleeps: 2
From: £358.00

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

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This ransom was first paid during the reign of Aethelred the Unready to prevent Danish attack



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An 18th century hotel in the centre of St Austell Cornwall that has been refurbished to a high modern standard whilst maintaining most of it's original features. All of our 17 rooms are en-suite and have recently been redecorated to a high standard. more >>

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