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Mousehole. Cornwall, Picture


Simple whitewashed buildings line the harbour of Mousehole

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Bedruthan - Bodmin - Falmouth - Fowey - Hayle - Helford - Helston - Holywell - Land's End - Looe - Mevagissey - Mousehole - Newquay - Penzance - St. Ives - Truro

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Tintagel Castle Photo Gallery - St Michaels Mount Photo Gallery

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This profligate poet and preacher rose to become dean of St Paul's Cathedral



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This Day in British History

20 November, 869

Death of St Edmund

A Danish force under Ivar defeated and killed Edmund, king of the East Angles, at Hoxne, Suffolk. Edmund was later sanctified as St Edmund. His death is a frequent theme in medieval wall paintings, where he is represented tied to a stake, while Danish archers shoot at him.

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This king was married twice, the second time to Joan of Navarre



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Accommodation
Cornwall

Seashore House

Porth
Self catering cottage

This apartment is located in the village of Porth, near Newquay, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms. more >>
Sleeps 4

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Heather's Cottage

Falmouth
Self catering cottage

This three bedroom property is situated in the Pendra Loweth Holiday Village 3 miles from Falmouth and sleeps six in three bedrooms more >>
Sleeps 6

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Newquay (Hotel)

The Harbour

The Harbour Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall is a period building with contemporary style. All bedrooms have balconies directly overlooking the sea. Ideally located with quality service and cuisine. more >>

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St Ives (Hotel)

Borthalan Hotel

The Borthalan Hotel is a small friendly privately owned hotel personally managed by the proprietors, Martin and Margaret Smith. The Borthalan Hotel is a house with a great deal of character. more >>

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