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The tranquil town of Bodmin is situated in the heart of Cornwall, surrounded by dramatic countryside. Choose from our many delightful cottages in Bodmin to find your ideal home from home.

Why a cottage in Bodmin?

Composed of granite buildings and narrow roads, Bodmin Town is home to a lively community atmosphere that has lots to see and do. The town has a number of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as other facilities such as a Post Office and train station.

One of the main attractions is Bodmin Jail, built in 1778. This iconic prison is a key place of interest; they also offer dark tours if you’re up for it! Nearby you can find Pencarrow House and Lanhydrock House, both of which have beautiful gardens to explore.

If you’re looking for something a bit more active, then the wild and craggy Bodmin Moor is perfect for hiking. It has diverse and dramatic landscapes with great views and scenery to discover. 

The Camel Trail leads through Bodmin towards Wadebridge and Padstow. Its flat, traffic-free surface is perfect for bikes, pushchairs and wheelchairs.

Places to visit near Bodmin

If you want to explore further afield then why not visit the varied climates and environments of the Eden Project near St Austell, which is only a 20-minute drive away. Treat the kids to a picnic on the stunning Colliford Lake, boasting glorious expanses of the Cornish countryside.

Offering an ideal base for exploring Cornwall, browse our selection of holiday cottages in Bodmin.