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Track the Beast of Bodmin from your holiday cottage
Bodmin accommodation profers a host of Cornish delights, from Cornish clotted cream teas and pasties to ancient history and legendary beasts. Look forward to discovering world-class gardens and historic houses.
Lanhydrock House is a majestic National Trust property situated in idyllic woodland surroundings. The late Victorian structure replaced an earlier Jacobean house on the site, which was devastated by a fire. Its lavish interiors and formal gardens offer an insight into contemporary life in the days of Queen Victoria.
Bodmin Jail is said to be haunted. Built for King George III in 1779, the jail was in use throughout the Napoleonic wars and only closed in the twenties. Today, besides exploring the original building, you can experience recreations by costumed actors, who reanimate the colourful history of the jail before your eyes.
Bring your family for a ride on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway. You'll enjoy fantastic views of this beautiful coastal area and get a chance to ride a real steam train. Meanwhile, at Dragon Leisure Centre, you can splash about all day long in the family pool.
Or why not visit the Eden Project? This spectacular garden of worldwide significance comprises a series of vast biodomes spanning an area the size of 30 football pitches. Learn about sustainability and experience the world's climates as you wander from dome to dome. Even in the height of winter, the biodome is incredibly warm!
According to legend, the 'Beast of Bodmin' escaped to Bodmin Moor. Perhaps you can track it down at last. The moor is rich in ancient history and is defined by its celebrated rugged beauty.
The Camel Trail stretches for nearly twenty miles, providing access to the stunning Cornish countryside. Frequented by horseriders, cyclists, and ramblers, it makes for a picturesque day trip.
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