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Daily Mail travel feature on Lostwithiel

Tuesday 3rd April 2012

It’s easy to think of Cornwall as just being a coast – the beaches, the smugglers, the South West Coast Path and all that lovely seafood!

But the interior isn’t a blank of white like old maps of Africa, it is rich in character and a charm which reveals the true romance of the county.

Recently I went down to Lostwithiel – just because of its name. It’s the sort of place name Hardy would have used in his poetry, a combination of 'lost' and 'whither' that evokes yearning and nostalgia...

Read the full Daily Mail article by Keiran Falconer about Lostwithiel