Welcome to Lostwithiel
Nestled in a beautiful, green valley at the edge of the river Fowey, Lostwithiel is just a stone’s throw away from both sprawling moors and rugged coastline, making it an ideal base for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer. The town itself has a range of independent shops, quaint pubs and cafes, and intriguing heritage sites to discover.
Lose yourself in The Roseland Peninsula
Sandwiched between the Fal Estuary and the Atlantic Ocean, it only takes one visit to the Roseland Peninsula to see why it’s a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A short drive from St Austell will bring you to a switchback of winding roads that run amongst some beautiful beaches, clusters of locally-supplied farm shops, and the pretty, fashionable fishing village of St Mawes. With miles of breath-taking moorland and coastline to explore, the Roseland Peninsula is the ideal place to refresh yourself and reconnect with nature.
Welcome to Porfell Wildlife Park
Porfell Wildlife Park is an exceedingly popular family attraction, just a few miles outside of Looe, and the largest wildlife park in the county. Since 1989, it’s provided a sanctuary to exotic animals that have been injured, neglected and imported illegally. Its friendly residents include coati, meerkats, lemurs, and a wide range of reptiles including giant leopard tortoises.
Planning a trip to Lostwithiel? Travelodge Bodmin Roche Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge St Austell Hotel.