Bodmin, on the western edge of Bodmin Moor, is the largest town in North Cornwall and lies equidistant between the south coast and the dramatic north coast. Bodmin has the best of all worlds, suiting those who love the countryside and also offering a thriving town centre dominated by the newly refurbished Shire Hall, sitting proudly on Mount Folly Square. Bodmin also boasts the largest Parish Church in Cornwall – St Petrocs.
Bodmin is on the Camel Trail, 12 miles of traffic-free walking and cycling along the River Camel. There are steam trains, nature reserves and away from the town there is Bodmin Moor – an untamed world. Yet in moorland villages like Blisland, St Breward and Altarnun, you"ll find welcoming oases of stillness, with cosy inns and churches steeped in history.
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