Places to Stay
The Jamaica Inn
Places to Stay
White Hart Hotel
Bodmin sits on the edge of Bodmin Moor (no surprises there) and used to be the county town until the county offices were moved to Truro. It has links with Daphne du Maurier who found most of her inspiration for writing in Cornwall. There's a small museum dedicated to her at Jamaica Inn. Full of interesting buildings.
Bodmin Moor was used for the outdoor rugged, riding shots of Poldark (in case that interests you), and is home to many natural attractions and some great walking
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Historic Accommodation near Bodmin centre:
The Jamaica Inn (Historic Accommodation) St Neot (9.21 miles)
White Hart Hotel (Historic Accommodation) St Austell (9.62 miles)
Fuchsia Cottage, Boscastle (Historic Accommodation) Boscastle (14.86 miles)
Pentillie Castle And Estate (Historic Accommodation) St Mellion (20.84 miles)
Higher Faugan Parc (Historic Accommodation) Newlyn (45.36 miles)
The Wellington (Historic Accommodation) St Just (48.90 miles)
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Par Sands (8.42 miles) Large sandy beach. Great for families and close to a Holiday Park. Dogs are allowed here and facilities are good....
Spit (Par) (8.86 miles) A small beach at Spit Point surrounded by industrial buildings....
Carlyon Bay (9.09 miles) This beach (also known as Crinnis beach) is work in progress, but is essential a long beautiful sandy beach. A...
Polkerris (9.16 miles) Beautiful sheltered beach offering a great family day out and safe swimming. Facilities and parking close by. No dogs in...
Courtroom Experience (0.20 miles) Do you love murder mysteries? If the answer is yes, then a visit to the Courtroom Experience in Bodmin...
Bodmin Museum (0.22 miles) Local history museum with changing displays and quiz based activities for children.
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Bodmin and Wenford Railway (0.25 miles) Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway...