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Launceston, located in Cornwall, is one of the more ancient boroughs in the local area. The immediate vicinity is commonly known as the gateway to Cornwall. Visitors will find there are plenty of sights to see and enjoy in the local area. In addition to a variety of churches there are also many other notable buildings that should not be missed while in Launceston. Visitors will also find there are ample shops for exploring as well as dining establishments. There are also plenty of accommodation options in Launceston as well as in the local area. Book Launceston hotels, Launceston Bed and Breakfasts or other Launceston accommodation below.
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The Jamaica Inn
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The Jamaica Inn
Bolventor, Launceston, PL15 7TS  Show on map
Score 9 from 198 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1566 86250


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£50.00£50.00
 
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Trethorne Golf Club
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Trethorne Golf Club
Kennards House, Launceston, PL15 8QE  Show on map
Score 7.7 from 35 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1566 86903


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£54.00£54.00
 
  
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The geography of the Cornish town of Launceston truly makes it the gateway to Cornwall. Launceston has many delights to offer its tourists. To get a brief overview about the historic significance that town once held, Lawrence House Museum provides good opportunities. The museum tells the narrative of the town's development from the medieval age to contemporary times.

The next stop can be the lofty Norman Castle which still stands proudly and controls the overall surrounding of the town. If one truly wants to appreciate the grandeur of medieval monarchs then the castle provides ample evidence. The castle is built on an important geographical location, as it used to provide the opportunity to the native army to safeguard the incoming and outgoing passages of the river.

The traditional small English towns portray the tranquility and calmness and Launceston is too known for its calm life. The town still holds markets which are granted by the British government and people from neighbouring villages flock here for simple trading options. This trade stirs the calm environment of the town for a while but the evenings of the town are always known for its harmony.

The town preserves the specie of otter at its Wildlife Centre, and families with children often visit this centre to enjoy their day out. The centre is designed in such a manner that kids can get the close up views of their favourate animals. Special precautionary measures have been ensured to keep the visit of the tourists in alignment with international standards.

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