Cottages Bodmin and area

Bodmin was once the capital of Cornwall and is a small and thriving market town with a good selection of shops, cafes and pub, traditional cottages and old buildings. In the middle of the town you can visit the once menacing Bodmin Jail and the small Bodmin Museum containing exhibits of local history; also notice the old Market-House with its frieze of ox heads, now a shopping arcade. Just outside Bodmin are Nat Trust Lanhydrock House and also the woods at Dunmere (open to the public and great for walking). In the 1066 Doomsday Book Bodmin was the only town in Cornwall with a market.

Cherry Tree Cottage

(Booking Ref: Bodmin 9)
Lanivet, South Cornwall
Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Pets: No pets Distance to beach: 12 miles
Changeover day: Saturday
Cherry Tree Cottage, a modernised and lovely semi-detached 18th century stone cottage,in a pretty tree ringed setting, in tiny Lanivet village 2 miles from Bodmin, Mid Cornwall. Approx 15 miles from Newquay and approx 10 miles from St Austell, with its...
Prices per week: 2018: To March 24 £210, March 24 to April 7 £225, April 7 o May 26 £244, May 26 to June 2 £401, June 2 to 23 £286, June 23 to July 14 £339, July 14 to 21 £310, July 21 to Aug 25 £478, Aug 25 to Sept 8 £300,Sept 8 to 22 £255, Sept 22 onwards £210 (except Xmas & New Year £241).
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