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Find cottages in Callington and the Tamar Valley

A picturesque market town steeped in history and a stone’s throw from Tamar Valley, Callington is the perfect destination for a culturally inspiring holiday.

Located in the South East of Cornwall, Callington was once a busy mining town famous for its markets and fairs. Today the area still retains that lively community spirit through unique local produce and arts projects.

At the heart of the town is the 15th century church of St Mary''s, with the original well that once supplied the town still flowing nearby. Budding historians will not be disappointed with the wealth of Celtic relics, ancient tombs and 13th century heritage. Granted a market charter in 1267 by Henry lll the town continues to regularly hold its famous Honey Fair and Pannier market.

Having recently constructed a high-tech honey extraction unit, the production of local honey is continuing to thrive. As part of the Tamar Grow Local cooperative, Callington has become a leader in the drive for locally sourced produce sold through established markets in the Tamar Valley. A definite winner for foodies and families alike, local eateries range from traditional pub fare, to exquisite fine dining at Langmans.

Keep your eyes peeled for the colourful murals painted across walls and buildings that depict the unique heritage of Callington and the surrounding landscape. Enveloped by Cornish farmlands, Kit Hill overlooks the town with its landmark ancient mining stack. Providing spectacular views of Bodmin Moor, this countryside park has footpaths horse riding, picnic spots. Venturing further out still will bring you to Newbridge and the fantastical woodland walks that follow the Lynher River.

Well loved by the Cornish as well as a culture packed destination for tourists, holiday cottages in Callington provide the most authentic way to experience the town while staying in a relaxed, superbly maintained environment.

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  • Pendragon

    Calstock, nr. Callington

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: W43665


    This spacious, single-storey holiday property, adjoining the owners’ home, is wonderfully situated in the Harewood area of Calstock, well known for its mild micro-climate where several plant nurseries are based. The little historic village of Calstock nestles on the banks of the River Tamar on the Devon and Cornwall border, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the iconic railway viaduct spanning the meandering river. Calstock has a couple of pubs and enjoys a great atmosphere, especially in the summer. For the active visitors, the owners host walking parties in the local area and you are most welcome to join in. Guests can enjoy fresh flowers and cream tea on arrival, and relax in the lawned garden. Couples of all ages will like the quiet, yet convenient location. Boat trips and canoes can be hired locally. Beach 20 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.

    All on ground floor: Living room. One step to kitchen with dining area. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    Electric woodburner in living room included. Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Use of owners’ washing machine. Freezer. Wi-fi. Lawned garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Two barbecues (one gas). Parking (1 car). No smoking.

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  • Cotehele Estate - Tremletts 4

    Cotehele, nr. Callington

    Grade
    2
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: NT011011

    National Trust Property

    A most beautiful National Trust estate, set on the banks of the River Tamar, Cotehele was the ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family for centuries. This magnificent Tudor house, perched high above the River Tamar, is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. In the gardens and grounds of Cotehele, you can easily lose yourself exploring this most tranquil and beautiful location. Admire the stunning, formally planted terraces of gorgeous, colourful plants, or wander down to the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote, which in turn leads down to the River Tamar. Sit a while and seek tranquillity in the beautiful Upper Garden and explore the orchards planted with local varieties of apples and cherry trees.

    From early spring, bright flowers adorn the grounds and the colourful herbaceous borders are simply stunning in high season. With orchards bearing fruit in the autumn and dainty snowdrops peeking through in winter, there will be horticultural activity all year round. This very popular National Trust property appeals to people of all ages, but Cotehele will be available to guests in early mornings and after the day visitors have gone home.

    In the 19th century, local industries boomed and Cotehele Quay bustled with vessels loading and unloading cargo. Paddle steamers came upriver to see the Tamar Valley’s famous blossoming orchards, and small boats carried market-gardening produce back down the river for sale at Devonport Market. The restored sailing barge Shamrock is moored at the quay and a proper Cornish cream tea can be enjoyed in the Edgcumbe tea room. The Discovery Centre here tells the story of the Tamar Valley, offering a gateway to the wider estate and is just a short walk through the Morden Valley to the sister property Cotehele Mill. Cotehele welcome dogs and there are some great walks on the miles of paths around the estate, at the quay and in the mill grounds. Dogs are also welcome in the outside seating area of the restaurants. Assistance dogs only are welcome in the house and garden.
    The enchanting hamlet of Botherick is on the southern edge of the Cotehele Estate. It grew up in the 19th century, probably to house miners working in the nearby silver-lead mines and the men working in the limekilns and on the quays beside the river below. Tremletts 4 is the end cottage in the row, with lovely views over open countryside. On a clear day, you can see all the way down the Tamar Valley to the two bridges at Saltash. With its own private garden, Tremletts 4 makes a relaxing and secluded base for exploring the lovely Cotehele Estate and the wider valley. Beach 16 miles. Shop 4½ miles, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.

    Living room with open fire, dining area and door to garden. Galley-style kitchen. First floor: Double bedroom with 6ft zip & link bed (can be twin on request). Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Open fire in living room - fuel is included for the first night, then available at additional cost
    • Electricity, NSH, electric convector heaters, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Parking (for 1 car)
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking

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  • Woodview Cottages - The Mowhay

    St Ive, nr. Liskeard

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: 10902

    In a delightful rural setting adjacent to the owner’s own home in an AONB, these 17th-century granite stone farm buildings converted to create two holiday cottages are tastefully decorated and furnished to a good standard. Each property has a private patio/garden area with fine countryside views. Close to Bodmin Moor (1 mile) and Siblyback Lake (5 miles) for boating, fishing and all water sports. Nearest beaches on the south coast are 25 minutes away at Looe. Woodview is just 35 minutes’ drive from the Eden Project near St Austell and the famous St Mellion Golf Course is just 15 minutes’ drive. Riding schools nearby and a livery stable adjacent to Woodview Cottages is available by prior arrangement - excellent outriding. Shop and pub 1 mile.

    Level access from rear. All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Both properties: NSH, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine and tumble dryer on request. Wi-fi. Garden with patio and furniture. Parking.

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  • Cotehele Estate - Mill Cottage

    Cotehele, nr. Callington

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: NT011089

    National Trust Property

    A most beautiful National Trust estate, set on the banks of the River Tamar, Cotehele was the ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family for centuries. This magnificent Tudor house, perched high above the River Tamar, is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. In the gardens and grounds of Cotehele, you can easily lose yourself exploring this most tranquil and beautiful location. Admire the stunning, formally planted terraces of gorgeous, colourful plants, or wander down to the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote, which in turn leads down to the River Tamar. Sit a while and seek tranquillity in the beautiful Upper Garden and explore the orchards planted with local varieties of apples and cherry trees.

    From early spring, bright flowers adorn the grounds and the colourful herbaceous borders are simply stunning in high season. With orchards bearing fruit in the autumn and dainty snowdrops peeking through in winter, there will be horticultural activity all year round. This very popular National Trust property appeals to people of all ages, but Cotehele will be available to guests in early mornings and after the day visitors have gone home.

    In the 19th century, local industries boomed and Cotehele Quay bustled with vessels loading and unloading cargo. Paddle steamers came upriver to see the Tamar Valley’s famous blossoming orchards, and small boats carried market-gardening produce back down the river for sale at Devonport Market. The restored sailing barge Shamrock is moored at the quay and a proper Cornish cream tea can be enjoyed in the Edgcumbe tea room. The Discovery Centre here tells the story of the Tamar Valley, offering a gateway to the wider estate and is just a short walk through the Morden Valley to the sister property Cotehele Mill. Cotehele welcome dogs and there are some great walks on the miles of paths around the estate, at the quay and in the mill grounds. Dogs are also welcome in the outside seating area of the restaurants. Assistance dogs only are welcome in the house and garden.
    In the heart of the lovely wooded seclusion of the Morden Valley, Mill Cottage is an attractive semi-detached cottage, part of the stylish gabled house with tall brick chimneys that was built in the 1860s for the miller at Cotehele. With abundant wildlife all around, the views from the latticed windows of the cottage are across a flower-rich meadow to the stream and woods beyond. The cottage has its own small, enclosed garden. In the mill building opposite, you can watch the mill in action twice a week throughout the season, and its excellent stone-ground flour is available to buy: it will make you want to bake! Beach 16 miles. Shop 5½ miles, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.

    Step to entrance. Cosy open-plan living room with open fire, garden views, dining area and compact kitchen with stable door to front yard. First floor: Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Open fire - fuel is included for the first night, then available at additional cost
    • Electricity, ‘Econ 7’ NSH, electric convector heaters, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV (variable reception)
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Small fridge/freezer
    • Enclosed lawned garden
    • Parking (for 1 car); additional public car park at Cotehele Mill (National Trust)
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking
    • Stream 50 yards

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  • Chilsworthy Farm Cottage

    Chilsworthy, nr. Callington

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: 27982

    This detached, stone barn, adjacent to the owner’s home, has been converted to make a fantastic holiday cottage with panoramic views across the rolling Cornish and Devon countryside, across Blanchdown Forest and as far as Brentor church on the hill in the distance. The quiet little village of Chilsworthy is located mid-way between Callington and Gunnislake in the beautiful Tamar Valley. The cottage is the perfect country pad for couples and is centrally located to explore both the delights of Devon and Cornwall. Shop 1 mile, pub 500 yards.

    Ground floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft) with patio doors, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: Living room with patio doors and tiled floor. Dining room with tiled floor/kitchen. Separate toilet.

    Economy 7 central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Use of owner’s freezer. Large, shared garden. Patio and furniture. Balcony. Chiminea. Ample parking. No smoking.

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  • Hillsweek

    Gunnislake

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: 25603

    Hillsweek is a detached stone white washed holiday cottage ideally suited for a couple or a small family. Situated just a short walk from the centre of the village of Gunnislake, in the Tamar Valley on the border between Devon and Cornwall, making this an ideal location from which to explore both counties. As well as the local mining history, there is the pretty riverside village of Calstock, the NT house at Cotehele, the historic Morwellham Quay and the market town of Tavistock. From Gunnislake you can catch the train into the maritime city of Plymouth. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Breakfast room. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    Electric woodburner in dining room included. Gas central heating, gas, electricity and bed linen included. Travel cot. DVD. CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Fridge/freezer. Enclosed lawned garden. Parking (1 car). No smoking.

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  • Cotehele Estate - Danescombe Cottage

    Cotehele, nr. Callington

    Grade
    3
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: NT011003

    National Trust Property

    A most beautiful National Trust estate, set on the banks of the River Tamar, Cotehele was the ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family for centuries. This magnificent Tudor house, perched high above the River Tamar, is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. In the gardens and grounds of Cotehele, you can easily lose yourself exploring this most tranquil and beautiful location. Admire the stunning, formally planted terraces of gorgeous, colourful plants, or wander down to the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote, which in turn leads down to the River Tamar. Sit a while and seek tranquillity in the beautiful Upper Garden and explore the orchards planted with local varieties of apples and cherry trees.

    From early spring, bright flowers adorn the grounds and the colourful herbaceous borders are simply stunning in high season. With orchards bearing fruit in the autumn and dainty snowdrops peeking through in winter, there will be horticultural activity all year round. This very popular National Trust property appeals to people of all ages, but Cotehele will be available to guests in early mornings and after the day visitors have gone home.

    In the 19th century, local industries boomed and Cotehele Quay bustled with vessels loading and unloading cargo. Paddle steamers came upriver to see the Tamar Valley’s famous blossoming orchards, and small boats carried market-gardening produce back down the river for sale at Devonport Market. The restored sailing barge Shamrock is moored at the quay and a proper Cornish cream tea can be enjoyed in the Edgcumbe tea room. The Discovery Centre here tells the story of the Tamar Valley, offering a gateway to the wider estate and is just a short walk through the Morden Valley to the sister property Cotehele Mill. Cotehele welcome dogs and there are some great walks on the miles of paths around the estate, at the quay and in the mill grounds. Dogs are also welcome in the outside seating area of the restaurants. Assistance dogs only are welcome in the house and garden.
    Nestling in Danescombe Woods on the banks of the River Tamar, just a short walk along the riverside to the historic village of Calstock. Danescombe Woods is part of the National Trust Cotehele Estate, once a thriving copper mining area. The old ruins of tin mines from last century are scattered through the woodland scenery. The iconic tall chimney stacks can still be seen and Danescombe Cottage and sits below one of these towering above. Set off the beaten track, along a trail through the woods, this is a very tranquil place to cosy up in one of these delightful cottages and relax. For the adventurous, there are some wonderful woodland and riverside walks through to Cotehele House and Gardens. The woodland abounds with wildlife and a little stream run to the front of the cottages. Calstock is a delightful village, with two pubs and a little village shop; it is very picturesque with its spectacular Victorian railway viaduct spanning the river and still in operation today taking train passengers from Cornwall into Plymouth. Beach 16 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.

    Cosy living room with wood-burning stove. Kitchen/dining room with flagstone floor. First floor: Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove - fuel is included for the first night, then available at additional cost
    • Electricity, NSH, electric convector heaters, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV (variable reception)
    • DVD
    • DAB radio
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Patio garden
    • Parking adjacent
    • Welcome pack
    • Dogs free of charge
    • No smoking

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  • Cotehele Estate - Retainers’ Court

    Cotehele, nr. Callington

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: NT011087

    National Trust Property

    A most beautiful National Trust estate, set on the banks of the River Tamar, Cotehele was the ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family for centuries. This magnificent Tudor house, perched high above the River Tamar, is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. In the gardens and grounds of Cotehele, you can easily lose yourself exploring this most tranquil and beautiful location. Admire the stunning, formally planted terraces of gorgeous, colourful plants, or wander down to the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote, which in turn leads down to the River Tamar. Sit a while and seek tranquillity in the beautiful Upper Garden and explore the orchards planted with local varieties of apples and cherry trees.

    From early spring, bright flowers adorn the grounds and the colourful herbaceous borders are simply stunning in high season. With orchards bearing fruit in the autumn and dainty snowdrops peeking through in winter, there will be horticultural activity all year round. This very popular National Trust property appeals to people of all ages, but Cotehele will be available to guests in early mornings and after the day visitors have gone home.

    In the 19th century, local industries boomed and Cotehele Quay bustled with vessels loading and unloading cargo. Paddle steamers came upriver to see the Tamar Valley’s famous blossoming orchards, and small boats carried market-gardening produce back down the river for sale at Devonport Market. The restored sailing barge Shamrock is moored at the quay and a proper Cornish cream tea can be enjoyed in the Edgcumbe tea room. The Discovery Centre here tells the story of the Tamar Valley, offering a gateway to the wider estate and is just a short walk through the Morden Valley to the sister property Cotehele Mill. Cotehele welcome dogs and there are some great walks on the miles of paths around the estate, at the quay and in the mill grounds. Dogs are also welcome in the outside seating area of the restaurants. Assistance dogs only are welcome in the house and garden.
    Retainers’ Court is a charming 15th-century stone building set just off the superb enclosed courtyard at the main house. Once a dairy or still room for the main house in the 18th century, it is now converted to a comfortable holiday cottage. Its granite mullioned windows overlook a cobbled courtyard leading to Cotehele’s ancient chapel, and the Upper Garden and orchards are filled with daffodils in the spring. Retainers’ Court is a wonderful property right in the heart of Cotehele House and Gardens itself and guests staying here have access to the extensive gardens at all times. Beach 16 miles. Shop 5½ miles, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.

    Step to entrance. Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Separate toilet. Steep stairs to first floor: Living room with dining area. Kitchen. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Electricity, NSH, electric convector heaters, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV (variable reception)
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Small fridge/freezer
    • Shared gardens of Cotehele House (National Trust)
    • Public car park 110 yards
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking

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  • Dove Cottage

    Trehingsta, nr. Callington

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: 26909


    This delightful holiday cottage is tucked away down a quiet country lane with a lovely gastro pub, run by 2012 Masterchef winner Anton Piotroeski, just a mile away. Centrally located, Dove Cottage is attractive to couples throughout the year and for families with younger children as there is so much to see and do in the local area. Close by, there is the Tamar Valley AONB, and The Donkey Park and play barn which is a super all-weather attraction for those with young children. On Bodmin Moor, Siblyback lake offers windsurfing, fishing and kayaking. The Tea Rooms on nearby Kitt Hill has the most fantastic panoramic far-reaching views towards Plymouth, and there is canoe and cycle hire available at Calstock, just across the river from the historic Morewellham Quay. Trethorne Leisure Park is a family favourite with tourists and offers a great day out whilst further afield, both the north and south coastlines are easily accessible for a day at the seaside, and the world famous Eden Project is a splendid day out for all ages. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining area/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 1 twin bedroom (for children). Sloping, low celings on first floor.

    Electric woodburner in living room included. Oil central heating (controlled by owner), electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Small enclosed gravelled patio garden and furniture. Barbecue. On road parking. Cycle store. No smoking.

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  • Pear Tree Cottage

    St Mellion, Saltash

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    2
    Ref: 25078

    A lovely detached stone barn, once a farm building now converted into a lovely holiday home. The tree growing outside the cottage is a large pear tree, loaded with fruit and this gives the cottage its name. St Mellion is well known for the golf club which attracts many visitors. A 10 minute drive will take you into Devon, across the Tamar Bridge spanning the large tidal estuary dividing Devon and Cornwall. On the south coast, there are some delightful picturesque seaside villages to visit including Downderry and Looe and the long sandy beaches at Whitsand Bay. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Wooden floor throughout. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double with en-suite shower room and toilet, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freeview TV. Electric cooker. Microwave. Laundry service on request. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. 300-acre farmland. Parking (2 cars). No smoking. No children under 3 years.

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  • Tulip Lodge

    Tideford Cross, nr. Saltash

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: 28877

    Tucked away off a country lane, and down a private track, Tulip Lodge is a detached holiday lodge overlooking a private carp lake, situated in the grounds of the owners’ home. There are 7 acres of woodland walks with a bike track either for cycling or motorbikes. This is a very tranquil location in the countryside, yet it is just a 5-minute drive through the lanes to the A38, making an exploration of Cornwall very easy. Fishing from the lake can be arranged with the owner, with fishing rods and tackle available. Beach 6½ miles. Shop 2 miles, pub/restaurant ½ mile.

    Ground floor: Living room with patio doors/dining area/kitchen. Open-tread stairs to first floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 bunk. Bathroom with toilet.

    Woodburner in living room included. Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. Electric cooker. Fridge/freezer. Large decked patio with sitting-out area and furniture. Barbecue. Shared natural, unspoilt 7-acre woodland. Parking (1 car). Cycle store. Pet to be kept on a lead at all times - chickens and geese. No smoking. NB: Drop from patio. Fishing lake at rear of property.

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  • Garden Cottage

    Gunnislake

    Grade
    4
    3
    2
    1
    Ref: 25604

    Located in the hamlet of Hatches Green on the outskirts of Gunnislake, Garden Cottage is a lovely detached holiday cottage set in the grounds of the owners’ home. Nestling amongst 2 acres of pretty primrose banks and wooded slopes, this is a nature lovers’ ideal spot. The location is perfect for walkers, with a barbecue and picnic table provided. Gunnislake is on the Tamar Estuary; the river that divides Devon and Cornwall, so exploring both counties is very easy from here. The village of Gunnislake has a post office and shops. Shop and restaurant 1 mile, pub ½ mile.

    Ground floor: Dining room/kitchen. 1 single cabin-style bedroom. First floor: Living room. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Shower room with toilet.

    Gas central heating, electricity and bed linen included. Towel hire. Travel cot. Freeview TV. DVD. CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Shared tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Shared 2-acre grounds with sitting-out area and furniture. Barbecue. Parking (2 cars). No smoking. NB: Slopes and 30 steps in grounds.

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