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Coinage Hall is steeped in history. Located in the Cornish town of Lostwithiel, a town that was once at the center of the Cornish tin trade, there were mines throughout the area. The Stannery Charter of 1305 assigned the mantle of Stannery Town to Lostwithiel and during this period, this lovely single storey cottage operated, as its name suggests, as a coinage hall!
Centrally located, you are less than a mile to the town with shops and pubs.
Two well behaved dogs are welcome.
On-street parking is available on a first come, first served basis.
As soon as you arrive at the double doors of the arched entrance you will be struck by the history of this beautiful cottage. Inside there are exposed beams, more archways and exposed stone walls. All of the accommodation at Coinage Hall is on one level, apart from the second bedroom which is located on a mezzanine.
Despite the age and tradition of the cottage, the inside has been finished in a tasteful and comfortable way, guaranteeing you a restful stay. The open plan living and dining space has a wood burning stove, with cozy sofas and tasteful décor. There is also a TV and access to WiFi, as well as a dining table and chairs.
Through an archway to the kitchen, which has been finished in the most traditional and quirky way, you will find an electric oven and gas hob, as well as a fridge and a washing machine.
Further along the hallway is the ground floor bathroom. Offering a bath with handheld shower, toilet and basin, this is another space packed with traditional exposed beams and an arched doorway.
The main double bedroom is located at the end of the property, with bedroom two offering another double bed, accessed via a mezzanine. Access to the mezzanine is only available through the main bedroom.
A travel cot and highchair are available upon request.
There is a lovely private courtyard area for your use, accompanied by garden furniture so that you can sit outside and enjoy this beautiful secluded setting.
You will also find access to two kayaks that you can use for a day out on the river.
Location and surrounding area
Benefiting from a town center location, you have easy access to a wide variety of amenities. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes for you to try, including many that are dog friendly.
Sitting on the head of the estuary of the river Fowey, there is plenty to see and do. With walks following various routes there is lots to enjoy with your dog. Take a walk to see Restormel Castle ruins, surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside.
You are also ideally located for access to the south Cornish coast where you’ll find plenty of beaches to visit. The secluded cove of Polridmouth allows dogs all year round.
Read our travel guide to discover dog friendly walks in Cornwall.
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