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Tel code: 01208 | code search
Postcode: PL31 | code search
Population: 13000
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Birthplace of:
Richard Lower Arthur Quiller-Couch Sapper
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Cultural Britain:
The Cornwall of Du Maurier
Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Bodmin Riding & Heritage Day

Bodmin Christmas Gift Fair
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St Leonards House
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Garland Ox Inn
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Westberry Hotel
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Latest reviews | Events in Bodmin | 10 Places to Stay

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 bordering the Atlantic. Bodmin has the best of all worlds, suiting those who love the countryside and a thriving town centre dominated by the newly refurbished Shire Hall sitting proudly on Mount Folly Square. This Grade 11* Listed Building was Cornwall's Assize Court but now houses the Court Room Experience where the trial of Mathew Weeks is re-enacted.
Bodmin is the perfect place to discover more about North Cornwall's turbulent history. It's on display in the town museum where you can trace history from the earliest of times. Over 200 years of Regimental history is on display at the Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry Museum.
The former barracks now houses the regimental museum with uniforms, pictures and medals. Bodmin has the largest Parish Church in Cornwall - St Petrocs. Rebuilt in 1469-72 it stands right in the heart of the Town and it houses the 12th century casket said to contain the relics of St Petroc.
Bodmin is on the Camel Trail, 12 miles of traffic-free walking and cycling along the River Camel from Bodmin through Wadebridge to Padstow or to Poleys Bridge. There are steam trains, nature reserves and away from the town there is Bodmin Moor, with its strange muted fury in the landscape. Wisps of mist curl around stone circles, wild ponies graze the wind-shaped tors, birds of prey patrol the open skies - Bodmin Moor is 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.


Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Bodmin Town Museum
Camel Valley Vineyards
Courtroom Experience
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Regiment Museum
Military Museum
Old Mill Herbary


Premier Inn Bodmin *book online*


Powderham Castle Tourist Park


St Petrocís Parish Church


The Eclipse Nightclub


Butler's Quarters at Hengar Manor
Cherry Villa
Hazel Lodge
Maid's Retreat at Hengar Manor
Merrymeet Cottage
Rough Tor Cottage
Russett Villa
The Gun Room at Hengar Manor

Walnut Lodge


Bodmin Dental Care
St Leonards House
Turret House Dental Surgery


Carnewater Practice
Dr Maguire & Partners

Estate Agent

Black Horse Agencies
Jeffery Andrew Fnaea
Miller & Co
Property Shop

Golf Club

Lanhydrock Golf Club
Lostwithiel Hotel, Golf and Country Club

Health and Fitness Club


Holiday Park

Butler's Quarters at Hengar Manor
Hengar Manor Country Park
Lakeview Country Club
Maid's Retreat at Hengar Manor
Michaelstow Manor
The Gun Room at Hengar Manor

Performing Arts

Stagecoach Theatre Arts

Pub and Bar

Cornish Arms
Garland Ox Inn
George Dragon Inn
Hole In The Wall
Inmates Bodmin Jail
Masons Arms
Tap & Barrell Bar
White Hart Inn


Edge Restaurant
Golden Temple
Viraj Indian Cuisine


Beacon Infant & Nursery School
Blisland Primary School
Bodmin College
Cardinham Primary School
Nanstallon Primary School

Robartís Junior School
St Maryís Catholic Primary School
St Tudy C of E Primary School
Stagecoach Theatre Arts


Bodmin Bungalow
Butler's Quarters at Hengar Manor
High Moor Bungalow
Lakeview Country Club
Maid's Retreat at Hengar Manor
Michaelstow Manor
The Gun Room at Hengar Manor


Sproull Solicitors LLP


A1 Taxis
Ansom Cabs
Bodmin Taxi Service
Parkway Taxis
Parnells Taxis
Polzeath Taxi Service


Abbott Draper & Fraser

Sports Clubs

Bodmin Dragon Tennis Club (Tennis)
Impact Martial Arts Academy (Martial Arts)
Lanhydrock CC (Cricket)


The Bookshop
Studs Sports
Mount Folly Wholefoods
The Purewine Company
Mid Cornwall Pet & Aquatics
Dorothy Perkins
The Shoe Boy
St. Kew Harvest Farm Shop
Stephen Gelly Farm
Woods Cafe
Waffles Coffee Shop

Willows Coffee Shop
Folly Tearooms
Penlan Eating House
Goodies Lunch Box
The Bell Lane Fryer
Aunt Avices Pasty Shop
Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Julian Graves
Bodmin Plant & Herb Nursery


Bodmin Antiques Centre


Bracken Hill Stables(Riding)
Cornish Clay Pigeon Shooting(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Bodmin

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Premier Inn Bodmin (0.14 miles)

Premier Inn Bodmin
An ideal location just 1 mile from the town centre. Bodmin Premier Inn makes a great base from which to explore all the great attractions that Cornwall has to offer. Our Bodmin Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website
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Priory Cottage (0.16 miles)

Priory Cottage
Priory cottage is a genuine character cottage estimated to be over 200 years old. Surrounded by typical English gardens with Trees lawns and many shrubs and flowers Guests have access to their own patio area with ... More | visit website
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Milobel House (0.43 miles)

Milobel House

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Milobel house is a grade II listed Tudor Town House, situated at the top of Bodmins main street, A beautiful house full of character and charm which has an atmospheric ... More

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Meadow Oak (1.29 miles)

Meadow Oak

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Friendly Bed & Breakfast with great views. Idealy located to the Eden Project, and the rest of Cornwall. We are on the edge of Bodmin only 1 mile from Lanhydrock ... More

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Trehellas House (2.81 miles)

Trehellas House

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Nestled amid the beautiful Cornish countryside, just off the main A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge, this charming hotel is beautifully set within a Grade II listed building, dating back to the ... More

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St Benets Abbey (2.92 miles)

St Benets Abbey

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St. Benet's Abbey is a family run business. Although offering all modern comforts the building retains the charm and character of it's historical past. The seven bedrooms are well furnished ... More

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Tredethy Country House (3.07 miles)

Tredethy Country House

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Built in Tudor times and later extended, this beautiful, peaceful and informally elegant English country house is set in an area of outstanding beauty.
Tredethy Country Hotel has been the home of ... More

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Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club (4.62 miles)

Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club

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Situated close to the ancient town of Lostwithiel in the heart of Cornwall, the hotel is a great base for discovering coastlines, quiet inland villages, ancient towns and historic houses. Lostwithiel Hotel ... More


The Royal Oak (4.75 miles)

The Royal Oak

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Smugglers reputedly used the tunnel believed to connect the cellars of this 13th-century pub to the dungeons of Restormel Castle, a short way up the River Fowey. ... More

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The Royal Oak Inn (4.79 miles)

The Royal Oak Inn
A public house for over 100 years, the Royal Oak is in Duke Street, Lostwithiel Ė convenient for the pretty town centre, yet quietly situated away from main roads. Today, you'll find a warm welcome from ... More | visit website

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