Built in 1912 for a French sea captain who clearly wanted to feel as close to the sea as he could, Carn Du House is an Edwardian villa which comfortably sleeps 12 with free WiFi throughout. The principal rooms all have panoramic views of the Atlantic from Penzance, Mount’s Bay and the Lizard to the …
Category: Cornwall Seaside Setting
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Cornwall – The Duchy of Cornwall estate is steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations. These include ancient tin and copper mines, villages, period buildings similar to these, inns, farmlands, scenic woodland, moorland, spectacular coastlines, long golden beaches, sheltered anchorages, coves, lush Cornish country side and more
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Cornwall – The oldest dukedom in England, The Duchy is held by the eldest living son of the British Sovereign and was created by Edward III in 1337. The private estate consists of lands, honours, franchises and extensive rights. Its holdings are found, not only in Cornwall, but also in Devon, Somerset, Hereford and elsewhere in South West England.
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