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Like all Rectories, the Rectory of St Keyne belonged to the Church, and was sold into private hands around 1950. 

There has been a church in St Keyne for many centuries and church records date from 1533. The oldest bell in the tower is dated 1663. Much of the present church is the result of the enlargement and restoration carried out in 1877. Many of the stained glass windows and furnishings have been added after this date as memorials. The church is small but beautiful and well worth a visit.

Since being sold into private ownership, the Old Rectory has been used as a Hotel, a B&B and also as a private residence. The current owners, Chris and Jags Fitzpatrick took ownership in October 2011, and wanted other people to be able to enjoy this beautiful location. Set on the side of Ambrose Hill, the Rectory is completely surrounded by it's grounds and by fields where livestock graze. 

The Old Rectory Holiday Cottages consist of just two old stone cottages in the grounds of the Rectory. Being part of what is primarily a private residence, the cottages are in a private and secluded setting where you can enjoy the views across the valley. If you prefer, you can put
 on your walking boots and explore the surrounding area which has many public footpaths leading you across fields and rivers. The scenery is stunning, and you will undoubtedly enjoy the birds and wildlife that is to be found.

Alternatively, take the train from The Well of St. Keyne to Looe. A quaint, small single carriage train that runs right along the river, providing stunning views of the river.  Once in Looe, there are lots of individual shops, pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy.

We are located around 3 miles south of Liskeard and around 5 miles north of Looe and the Cornish Coast.