the classic guide

A guide to the West Country from the people that know…


Lostwithiel nestles in a beautiful valley on the banks of the River Fowey, once a busy shipping way for boats laden with tin destined for France and the Med. Today, Restormel Castle and St Bartholomew's Church remain as examples of the stunning architecture in this historic stannary town, where many a pleasant hour can be spent wandering amid the antiques shops and cafes.

4 Stars

Jul 2012

Mr Nelmes

well worth a visit

A delightful little town, pretty and full of history and lovely architecture. The shops and cafes are interesting and individual and people were very friendly and
spoke of a strong sense of community within the town, which shows.
The Royal Oak on Duke street was very welcoming (to our dog, as well ! ) and the food was very good, when we called in on spec for an evening meal.

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