Camelford is a
town and civil parish in north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom,
situated in the River Camel valley northwest of Bodmin Moor. The
town is approximately ten miles (16 km) north of Bodmin and is
governed by Camelford Town Council.
Lanteglos-by-Camelford is the ecclesiastical parish in which the
town is situated.
Camelford is in the North Cornwall parliamentary constituency. Until
1974, the town was the administrative headquarters of Camelford
The two main industrial enterprises in the area are the slate quarry
at Delabole and the cheese factory at Davidstow but there is a small
industrial estate at Highfield.
The A39 road (dubbed 'Atlantic Highway') passes directly through the
town centre: a bypass has been discussed for many years. Camelford
Station was some distance from the town and closed in 1966; the site
was subsequently used as a cycling museum.
Tel: 01840 261222 / 07821 329112
Lowertown Cottages are recently converted stone barns set in over 3
acres of grounds, with views stretching more than 30 miles to
Dartmoor. They are situated at the end of a lane in the small quiet
hamlet of Trewassa, less than a mile off the A395.
The cottages are only six miles from the beach and three miles from
the nearest town of Camelford.
This family run business converted and manage these cottages. The
family live in the adjoining farmhouse, and you will find them most
The grounds have had just over a thousand trees planted and boasts
several areas for just sitting and relaxing.
The ideal place to relax or explore Cornwall and North Devon.
Tel: 01208 850566
High quality B&B suite available. Our two suites are set privately
in their own wing of the farmhouse with dedicated stairs just for
our guests. Each has lovely views South across the Camel Valley and
a spacious modern en-suite with generous bath (room for 2 + a bottle
of fizz!) and separate large walk in shower with quality
complimentary toiletries. Suite 1 is very spacious and has a lovely
SuperKingsize (6') bed that can also be split if a twin room is
now offer 5 recently converted, detached Self-catering cottages at
Trenarlett, previously disused barns now very spacious, luxury 1 and
2 bedroom cottages and our luxury studio 'The Snug'. Barney's
Cottage and Dickins' Cottage are single storey and designed to be
disabled friendly*. You'll find a blend of character and modern
comforts, with vaulted ceilings, exposed stonework, woodburning
stoves and slate floors, complimentingquality modern fittings,
underfloor heating and solar power! They sleep 2 and 4 respectively
but are very generous in size throughout, plus Barney's has a
quality sofabed for a third person.
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