A comfortable and ideal base from which to explore Cornwall and its many attractions. Set within five acres of rolling Cornish countryside, guests have the use of a fishing lake, hot tub and can enjoy panoramic views. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Bring your Cornwall holiday fantasies to life at Tiptoe Cottage. Tucked away in beautiful woodland setting just a mile from the heart of Liskeard, the two bedroom cottage sleeps four people and is perfectly located to give couples and families easy access to all of Cornwall's best attractions. Drive to the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, or walk to the train station and spend the day shopping and diving into Plymouth's maritime history, or browsing the galleries of St Ives. There are a wealth of walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities virtually on the doorstep, and with world-class beaches like Talland Bay, Looe and Polperro within driving distance, the whole family will be happy.
An attractive holiday cottage in a rural position one mile inland from the North Cornish coastline and within easy reach of Port Isaac (the film set for Doc Martin), picturesque Boscastle, Tintagel, the surfing beaches of Crackington Haven and Bude, the Camel estuary and Bodmin Moor.
A delightful retreat which sleeps four in two bedrooms (one double, one bunk bedroom) tucked away in the heart of historic Bodmin town centre and within walking distance to all the amenities. Centrally located in Cornwall, Garden Cottage is perfect for exploring the South and North Coasts of Cornwall as well as the areas many attractions including nearby Bodmin Moor.
Set amongst acres of rolling farmland, this welcoming holiday home provides a peaceful retreat amongst Cornwall's beautiful countryside. Spend your days exploring the areas many attractions including the beaches and fishing villages of the South Coast, and return back to enjoy fantastic views whilst bubbling in the hot tub followed by supper on the veranda. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
Sitting close to the edge of Bodmin Moor, this beautifully presented barn conversion offers 4 Star Gold self-catering and a warm welcome to families and friends. Surrounded by glorious North Cornish countryside, Gospenheale is an excellent base for walking and exploring the many attractions of both North and South Cornwall. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A true hidden gem in an idyllic rural setting. This beautiful self-catering lodge is set on a one hundred and nineteen hectre dairy farm adjoining a Cornish wildlife reserve. Spend your days discovering the beauty of the South Coast's beaches and pretty fishing villages and by night, enjoy amazing sunsets and star gazing on clear evenings from the decking which overlooks Cornwall’s stunning countryside.
A stylish rustic holiday lodge in a small quiet holiday park in the village of Lanlivery, near Lostwithiel in South Cornwall with a pub within walking distance. Fowey, Polperro, Looe and Bodmin Moor are all close by and Cornwall's dramatic North Coast is also within driving distance making Poppy Lodge a perfect retreat for exploring the areas many attractions, beaches, and fishing villages.
Located slightly inland amongst Cornish countryside, Foxglove Barn is just a quarter of a mile from the friendly village pub in St Kew and a short drive from the North Coast with its glorious sandy surfing beaches. Port Isaac, Bodmin Moor, Rock and Wadebridge are all a short drive and the area offers lovely coastal/moorland walks, cycling and an abundance of attractions.
Offering a lovely mix of modern conveniences with traditional charm, this welcoming dog-friendly cottage provides a good central base for exploring Cornwall's many attractions. Sitting in a rural position on the edge of Bodmin Moor amongst a small farming community close to St Cleer, the cottage has easy access to both the moor and the north and south coasts.
Large and welcoming, Jupiter Lodge is perfect for getting together with friends and families and is surrounded by glorious undulating Cornish Countryside on the edge of Bodmin Moor near the little village of Upton Cross. A dramatic playground for outdoor activities and great base centrally located, for exploring Cornwall's many attractions.
In the height of summer, when the crowds in other parts of Cornwall can rival central London at peak hour, Bodmin Moor always feels spacious, if not deserted.
You can’t talk about Bodmin without mentioning the stories which have originated here. Legend says that Dozmary Pool is where the Lady of the Lake presented King Arthur with his sword, Excalibur, and where it was returned once he died. Dozmary Pool is also reputed to be a place of eternal damnation for Jan Tregeagle, who made a pact with the Devil.
History buffs will appreciate that Bodmin is one of Cornwall’s oldest towns, mentioned in the Domesday Book but inhabited for thousands of years prior to that. It was the starting point for the Cornish Rebellion of 1497, and has an interesting jail and courthouse. The Grade I listed St Petroc church is impressive and Bodmin churchyard includes the 14th century ruins of The Chapel of St Thomas Becket and a holy well.
Bodmin is in almost in the centre of Cornwall. It is handy for western beaches around Padstow, and the east Cornish coastline around Looe and Polperro. If you want a self-catering Cornish holiday without fighting for space with other tourists, Bodmin is ideal.