|The county of Cornwall has many excellent sights to visit, from the rugged cliffs of The Lizard and Lands End to the picturesque harbour of Fowey and Polkerris . The Eden Project, proclaimed an 8th wonder of the modern world is 5 miles away. The National Trust's Lanhydrock house, The lost gardens of Heligan and numerous beaches, art galleries and attractions are also within close proximity.
The town of Lostwithiel has much to offer; a fine 11th century castle, a 12th century church and the beautiful 13th century bridge that you will cross daily to buy your freshly cooked pasties in the local bakery. There is an excellent farmers market and numerous quality restaurants and pubs serving locally sourced food.
Cornwall is gradually becoming known for some of the best fish restaurants in the UK, using the freshest ingredients "straight off the boats".
The town celebrates Lostfest a food and wine festival, beer and cider Festivals, an Arts Festivals, Lost in film and a summer Carnival.