Well, in this case, I don't think virt-clone can help.
Originally Posted by novice buntu
And since the LVM volume has already been clobbered by the VM by creating partitions *inside* it, you cannot hope to mount it on the host either.
However, you can dump the partition into a file which can then serve as the disk image for your VM.
You can use dd to dump the volume into a file:
For more details on how to use dd, check its manpage.
dd if=/dev/mapper/VolOne-myguest of=/path/to/image/file
Once this image file is created, you can even loop-mount it onto host.