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Cornwall Hotels In England: For The Famous And The Almost Famous - Articles Surfing
King Arthur the legend, Tristan the hero, Sir Walter Raleigh the explorer, Tori Amos the singer - what do all of these people have in common? No, they did not make a guest appearance on the Simpsons(r). Neither have they been members of a secret organization intent on world domination. These people all have, or have had, connections to the Southwest region of England known as Cornwall. Though Cornwell is a quiet, peaceful county, its people are just like anyone else in the world. They will talk with pride about their region-its landscape, its tourist attractions, and all its famous people. Though Cornwall is one of the most modest regions in England, it is overflowing in riches that cannot be stored in a bank. Staying in a Cornwall hotel in England can become your temporary headquarters when discovering this marvelous region.
Been There, Done That
* Chun Castle was built about 2,500 years in the past.
* The National Museum is the UK's best maritime museum. It first opened in 1937.
* Godrevy Island contains a famous lighthouse and is the site of several shipwrecks.
* Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway is a classic railway that is based in Codmin, Cornwall.
Cornwall, England is not a hard place between a husk of corn and a wall. While no metropolis, Cornwall can nevertheless be a comfortable place to stay in, more so if you stay at any of the Cornwall hotels in England.
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