St Breward Cornwall


  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Hallagenna Farmhouse and CottagesHallagenna Farmhouse and Cottages

      St Breward
      5 cottages sleeping 3-4, in one of the most stunning parts of Cornwall. Enjoy uninterrupted views of Bodmin Moor from the doorstep of one of our holiday cottages. Amble along to the local Eleventh Century pub for your dinner, cycle the Camel Trail, take horse rides on to the moor virtually from your own front door! All the beauty and mystery of this ancient land, but in easy reach of the sea and north coast beaches.

    • Coombe MillCoombe Mill, Family Holidays on a Working Farm

      St Breward
      Self-catering farm holidays in North Cornwall especially for families with young children. Cottages and lodges alongside the river Camel. A working farm with many child-friendly animals and daily tractor rides to visit and feed them with Farmer Nicks’s Little Helpers Club. Indoor and outdoor play areas, two lakes and river fishing. Free WiFi. Home cooking. Properties Sleep 2 – 9 people.

    • Darrynane CottagesDarrynane Cottages

      St Breward
      Located on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor, between Bodmin and Camelford off the B3266. There are four cottages all well furnished and equipped, with private gardens and parking next to each cottage. Lakeside, Stables, Riverside and The Lodge are available all year, with short breaks available during the winter months. The tariff includes all wood and electricity.

    • East Rose Farm Holiday CottagesEast Rose Farm Holiday Cottages

      St Breward
      A unique hamlet of holiday cottages with a superb coarse fishery, set in 17 acres with a wonderful array of wildlife. Four lakes, half a mile of pathways, picnic areas and barbecue. All 7 cottages have been thoughtfully converted and equipped for a comfortable self-catering holiday. Near the Camel Trail. Cottages sleep 2 to 6.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Hengar Manor Country Holiday ParkHengar Manor Country Holiday Park

      St Tudy
      Relax, unwind and enjoy a country park holiday in the heart of North Cornwall, surrounded by 35 beautiful acres of landscaped gardens, mature woodland and still-water lakes. We have superb self-catering accommodation with stylish lodges, villas, cottages and apartments. Close to a fabulous array of Cornish beaches, pretty fishing villages and world-class holiday attractions.

    • St Mabyn Holiday ParkSt Mabyn Holiday Park

      St Mabyn
      There’s no better place than our holiday park near Wadebridge for an idyllic holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Deep in rural North Cornwall yet close to the coast, we are ideally situated with the beautiful Camel Valley to the south, Bodmin Moor to the north. Holiday homes & caravans, touring & camping pitches, outdoor swimming pool, dog walking area, winter storage. New family shower rooms.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Dormy HouseDormy House, Rock Bed and Breakfast

      Rock
      A stylish and contemporary B&B, newly built and decorated in an Anglo-Swedish style with comfortable solutions to live up to the particular traveller’s demands. All rooms have under-floor heating, flat screen TVs, WiFi and personal drink making facilities. Locally grown or baked produce. Situated in the heart of Rock, one of the most sought-after resorts on Cornwall’s North Coast, opposite Padstow.

    Hotels

    • The Metropole HotelThe Metropole Hotel in Padstow

      Padstow
      The 4 Star Metropole Hotel is usually the first sight you notice on entering Padstow, the vibrant town also known as the sea food capital of Great Britain (thanks to Rick Stein & co)! The view from the hotel over the town and the Camel Estuary is second to none and it’s also one of the only hotels to offer reasonable parking facilities on site (believe us, that is a big bonus here)!

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Lakefield Equestrian CentreLakefield Equestrian Centre

      Camelford and Delabole
      BHS and RDA approved riding centre offering full equestrian facilities and catering for all abilities, from the complete beginner to the more advanced rider. Facilites include indoor school, outdoor school (weather permitting), showjumping paddock and cross-country course. Both farm rides (short rides around the site) and good off-road hacks are offered. Saturday Club for children.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? Exploring the best of Cornwall on foot for over 30 years.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Lanhydrock HouseLanhydrock House

      Lanhydrock near Bodmin
      One of Cornwall’s grandest houses originally built in 1651, set in a glorious landscape of gardens, parkland and woods overlooking the valley of the Fowey River near Bodmin. Highlights include the 17th-century Long Gallery and the warren of Victorian kitchens, larders and sculleries ‘below stairs’. A flagship National Trust property.

    • Bodmin & Wenford RailwayBodmin & Wenford Railway

      Bodmin
      Enjoy views of the Cornish countryside from our steam trains running for 6½ miles between Bodmin General – Bodmin Parkway (Main Line Station) and Boscarne Junction (for the Camel Trail).

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • The Courtroom ExperienceThe Courtroom Experience

      Bodmin
      A unique experience for visitors to be part of a re-enactment of Cornwall’s most famous murder trial in the very courtroom in which it happened. Listen to the evidence against Matthew Weeks, act as jury and vote guilty or not guilty. You can even go down and visit the holding cells. A unique experience for the whole family.

    • Cornwall's Crealy Adventure ParkCamel Creek Adventure Park

      St Issey and Little Petherick
      With exciting new attractions, dash to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Be thrilled by the 5D Simulator Experience, swoop and soar on the Morgawr roller coaster, splash down Raging Rivers, brave The Beast or dive into 45,000 square feet of indoor play. Plus meet the cutest furry friends and gentle shire giants. It’s Maximum Fun Guaranteed!

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Tintagel CastleTintagel Castle

      Tintagel
      Set on the rugged and awe-inspiring north Cornwall Atlantic coast stands the remains of the 13th century castle. Tintagel has an air of myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. Special events during the summer.

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      One of the finest links golf courses in Cornwall and the South West, with everything you would expect from a James Braid design; St Enodoc, in Rock near Padstow, has undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots – and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world.

    • Bodmin JailBodmin Jail

      Bodmin
      Experience the life of an eighteenth century prisoner, visit the gallows, stock and underground cells, All set within 3 acres of original buildings and grounds.

    • Camel Valley VineyardCamel Valley Vineyard

      Bodmin
      An award-winning vineyard at Nanstallon near Bodmin. Experince the beauty of the Camel Valley with a glass of wine from the comfort of our sun terrace. Wine tastings and sales, gift packs, regular guided tours, group visits by arrangement. Access from Camel Trail.

    • Pencarrow HousePencarrow House

      Washaway
      A beautiful Georgian House, belonging to the Molesworth-St Aubyn Family, set in 50 acres of listed formal and woodland gardens. The house has a superb collection of pictures, furniture and porcelain. The mile-long Carriage Drive, lined with conifers, rhododendrons and camellias, was first planted in 1842. Just off the A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge. The perfect, peaceful place for everyone, including the dog!

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • Tintagel Old Post OfficeTintagel Old Post Office

      Tintagel
      Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman’s farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof, beckons the curious to explore. The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter-receiving station for the district. Cared for by the National Trust.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • St Kew Golf ClubSt Kew Golf Club

      St Kew Highway
      Delightful parkland 9 hole course now with 18 separate tees, 10 par fours and 8 par threes. Set in beautiful countryside with views to Camel Estuary. Superb well drained greens. Clubhouse, bar (serving food all day) covered range and resident professional. Venue of the Cornwall Professional Short Course Championship. Visitors very welcome.

    • Trevose Golf & Country ClubTrevose Golf & Country Club

      Constantine Bay
      Trevose offers three courses, catering for golfers of all standards – from complete novices to seasoned golfers. The “Championship Course” ranks as one of the top links golf courses in the British Isles. The “Headland Course” is the ideal alternative to the Championship Course, with a par of 35, this 9 hole course offers a good test with a challenging layout and fast greens. The “Short Course” which offers a beautifully laid out 9 hole course.

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      St Enodoc has one of the finest links golf courses in the South West of England; undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world. With its hilly terrain no two holes are the same; it may not be long by today’s standards but it is tight with punishing rough and so requires courage and accuracy to cope with some of the problems posed.

    • The Point at PolzeathThe Point at Polzeath

      St Minver
      You will always find a warm and friendly welcome at The Point with our par 72, 18 hole golf course situated in beautiful North Cornwall. With views overlooking wooded valleys and streams to the sea beyond, the course design appeals to golfers of all levels and abilities so everyone can enjoy their experience here.

    • Bowood Park Golf ClubBowood Park Golf Club

      Camelford
      Set in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodlands, once the Deer Park of the Black Prince. Superb greens built to U.S.G.A. specification to provide year round golf. Golf Monthly’s Gold Course Award 1995 and likened to Valderama. The course is set up to provide enjoyment for the low handicapper and the less experienced.

  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Coombe MillCoombe Mill, Family Holidays on a Working Farm

      St Breward
      Self-catering farm holidays in North Cornwall especially for families with young children. Cottages and lodges alongside the river Camel. A working farm with many child-friendly animals and daily tractor rides to visit and feed them with Farmer Nicks’s Little Helpers Club. Indoor and outdoor play areas, two lakes and river fishing. Free WiFi. Home cooking. Properties Sleep 2 – 9 people.

    • Darrynane CottagesDarrynane Cottages

      St Breward
      Located on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor, between Bodmin and Camelford off the B3266. There are four cottages all well furnished and equipped, with private gardens and parking next to each cottage. Lakeside, Stables, Riverside and The Lodge are available all year, with short breaks available during the winter months. The tariff includes all wood and electricity.

    • East Rose Farm Holiday CottagesEast Rose Farm Holiday Cottages

      St Breward
      A unique hamlet of holiday cottages with a superb coarse fishery, set in 17 acres with a wonderful array of wildlife. Four lakes, half a mile of pathways, picnic areas and barbecue. All 7 cottages have been thoughtfully converted and equipped for a comfortable self-catering holiday. Near the Camel Trail. Cottages sleep 2 to 6.

    • Hallagenna Farmhouse and CottagesHallagenna Farmhouse and Cottages

      St Breward
      5 cottages sleeping 3-4, in one of the most stunning parts of Cornwall. Enjoy uninterrupted views of Bodmin Moor from the doorstep of one of our holiday cottages. Amble along to the local Eleventh Century pub for your dinner, cycle the Camel Trail, take horse rides on to the moor virtually from your own front door! All the beauty and mystery of this ancient land, but in easy reach of the sea and north coast beaches.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Hengar Manor Country Holiday ParkHengar Manor Country Holiday Park

      St Tudy
      Relax, unwind and enjoy a country park holiday in the heart of North Cornwall, surrounded by 35 beautiful acres of landscaped gardens, mature woodland and still-water lakes. We have superb self-catering accommodation with stylish lodges, villas, cottages and apartments. Close to a fabulous array of Cornish beaches, pretty fishing villages and world-class holiday attractions.

    • St Mabyn Holiday ParkSt Mabyn Holiday Park

      St Mabyn
      There’s no better place than our holiday park near Wadebridge for an idyllic holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Deep in rural North Cornwall yet close to the coast, we are ideally situated with the beautiful Camel Valley to the south, Bodmin Moor to the north. Holiday homes & caravans, touring & camping pitches, outdoor swimming pool, dog walking area, winter storage. New family shower rooms.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Dormy HouseDormy House, Rock Bed and Breakfast

      Rock
      A stylish and contemporary B&B, newly built and decorated in an Anglo-Swedish style with comfortable solutions to live up to the particular traveller’s demands. All rooms have under-floor heating, flat screen TVs, WiFi and personal drink making facilities. Locally grown or baked produce. Situated in the heart of Rock, one of the most sought-after resorts on Cornwall’s North Coast, opposite Padstow.

    Hotels

    • The Metropole HotelThe Metropole Hotel in Padstow

      Padstow
      The 4 Star Metropole Hotel is usually the first sight you notice on entering Padstow, the vibrant town also known as the sea food capital of Great Britain (thanks to Rick Stein & co)! The view from the hotel over the town and the Camel Estuary is second to none and it’s also one of the only hotels to offer reasonable parking facilities on site (believe us, that is a big bonus here)!

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? Exploring the best of Cornwall on foot for over 30 years.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Lakefield Equestrian CentreLakefield Equestrian Centre

      Camelford and Delabole
      BHS and RDA approved riding centre offering full equestrian facilities and catering for all abilities, from the complete beginner to the more advanced rider. Facilites include indoor school, outdoor school (weather permitting), showjumping paddock and cross-country course. Both farm rides (short rides around the site) and good off-road hacks are offered. Saturday Club for children.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Bodmin & Wenford RailwayBodmin & Wenford Railway

      Bodmin
      Enjoy views of the Cornish countryside from our steam trains running for 6½ miles between Bodmin General – Bodmin Parkway (Main Line Station) and Boscarne Junction (for the Camel Trail).

    • Bodmin JailBodmin Jail

      Bodmin
      Experience the life of an eighteenth century prisoner, visit the gallows, stock and underground cells, All set within 3 acres of original buildings and grounds.

    • Cornwall's Crealy Adventure ParkCamel Creek Adventure Park

      St Issey and Little Petherick
      With exciting new attractions, dash to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Be thrilled by the 5D Simulator Experience, swoop and soar on the Morgawr roller coaster, splash down Raging Rivers, brave The Beast or dive into 45,000 square feet of indoor play. Plus meet the cutest furry friends and gentle shire giants. It’s Maximum Fun Guaranteed!

    • Camel Valley VineyardCamel Valley Vineyard

      Bodmin
      An award-winning vineyard at Nanstallon near Bodmin. Experince the beauty of the Camel Valley with a glass of wine from the comfort of our sun terrace. Wine tastings and sales, gift packs, regular guided tours, group visits by arrangement. Access from Camel Trail.

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Lanhydrock HouseLanhydrock House

      Lanhydrock near Bodmin
      One of Cornwall’s grandest houses originally built in 1651, set in a glorious landscape of gardens, parkland and woods overlooking the valley of the Fowey River near Bodmin. Highlights include the 17th-century Long Gallery and the warren of Victorian kitchens, larders and sculleries ‘below stairs’. A flagship National Trust property.

    • Pencarrow HousePencarrow House

      Washaway
      A beautiful Georgian House, belonging to the Molesworth-St Aubyn Family, set in 50 acres of listed formal and woodland gardens. The house has a superb collection of pictures, furniture and porcelain. The mile-long Carriage Drive, lined with conifers, rhododendrons and camellias, was first planted in 1842. Just off the A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge. The perfect, peaceful place for everyone, including the dog!

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      One of the finest links golf courses in Cornwall and the South West, with everything you would expect from a James Braid design; St Enodoc, in Rock near Padstow, has undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots – and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world.

    • The Courtroom ExperienceThe Courtroom Experience

      Bodmin
      A unique experience for visitors to be part of a re-enactment of Cornwall’s most famous murder trial in the very courtroom in which it happened. Listen to the evidence against Matthew Weeks, act as jury and vote guilty or not guilty. You can even go down and visit the holding cells. A unique experience for the whole family.

    • Tintagel CastleTintagel Castle

      Tintagel
      Set on the rugged and awe-inspiring north Cornwall Atlantic coast stands the remains of the 13th century castle. Tintagel has an air of myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. Special events during the summer.

    • Tintagel Old Post OfficeTintagel Old Post Office

      Tintagel
      Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman’s farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof, beckons the curious to explore. The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter-receiving station for the district. Cared for by the National Trust.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Bowood Park Golf ClubBowood Park Golf Club

      Camelford
      Set in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodlands, once the Deer Park of the Black Prince. Superb greens built to U.S.G.A. specification to provide year round golf. Golf Monthly’s Gold Course Award 1995 and likened to Valderama. The course is set up to provide enjoyment for the low handicapper and the less experienced.

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      St Enodoc has one of the finest links golf courses in the South West of England; undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world. With its hilly terrain no two holes are the same; it may not be long by today’s standards but it is tight with punishing rough and so requires courage and accuracy to cope with some of the problems posed.

    • St Kew Golf ClubSt Kew Golf Club

      St Kew Highway
      Delightful parkland 9 hole course now with 18 separate tees, 10 par fours and 8 par threes. Set in beautiful countryside with views to Camel Estuary. Superb well drained greens. Clubhouse, bar (serving food all day) covered range and resident professional. Venue of the Cornwall Professional Short Course Championship. Visitors very welcome.

    • The Point at PolzeathThe Point at Polzeath

      St Minver
      You will always find a warm and friendly welcome at The Point with our par 72, 18 hole golf course situated in beautiful North Cornwall. With views overlooking wooded valleys and streams to the sea beyond, the course design appeals to golfers of all levels and abilities so everyone can enjoy their experience here.

    • Trevose Golf & Country ClubTrevose Golf & Country Club

      Constantine Bay
      Trevose offers three courses, catering for golfers of all standards – from complete novices to seasoned golfers. The “Championship Course” ranks as one of the top links golf courses in the British Isles. The “Headland Course” is the ideal alternative to the Championship Course, with a par of 35, this 9 hole course offers a good test with a challenging layout and fast greens. The “Short Course” which offers a beautifully laid out 9 hole course.