Where to Stay

Newquay & The North Coast

Bodmin & Bodmin Moor

The South Coast

Miles of spectacular cliffs, rock formations, beaches and pounding surf will set your heart racing. With whitewashed cottages, vibrant towns and quality restaurants, what more could you ask?

The former county town of Cornwall and mentioned in the Domesday Book, Bodmin has a wealth of places to visit including the military museum, Bodmin Jail, the great houses of Lanhydrock (NT) and Pencarrow and a restored steam railway. There is access to the popular Camel Trail cycle route and the nature trails at Cardinham woods.

A world away from the pumping Atlantic surf of the north coast, take it easy with the chilled panorama of the south. Where the rivers meet the sea, explore the beautiful beaches, coves, estuaries, countless unspoilt fishing villages and magnificent exotic gardens, backed by gentle green hills.

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