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★★★★★ Visit Britain
Cornwall
Four beautifully converted Grade 2 listed barns in seven acres with panoramic views. Graded five star and four star gold, sleeping 2-6. Ideally located for exploring the many attractions of North Cornwall and beyond. Dog-friendly.

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Cornwall
Ta Mill is a secluded rural hideaway of Cornish cottages and detached lodges (sleeping 2-9) nestling in a peaceful hollow of 45 acres on the fringes of Bodmin Moor. Surrounded by rolling countryside, it is an idyllic place in which to relax and unwind.

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
Elegant Victorian bed and breakfast in Bodmin, Cornwall set in secluded woodland gardens close to town centre and A30 - perfect for business or pleasure. Spacious and exceedingly comfortable en-suite rooms catering for every need. Free Wi-Fi.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
Hallagenna Riding and Holiday Cottages offer self-catering accommodation in beautifully converted stables in the heart of Bodmin Moor. Modern, spacious cottages close to North Coast beaches, walking distance of excellent local pub and village stores.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
A lovely hotel near Liskeard, Cornwall with over two acres of its own gardens overlooking the Looe Valley. Offering luxury en-suite rooms, a comfortable well stocked bar and a restaurant.

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Cornwall
Forget-me-not Farm is a great base, with a choice of two cottages, nestled between enchanting Bodmin Moor and the spectacular north Cornwall coast, on a family run sheep farm, owned and farmed for over 300 years.

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Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
The farmhouse bed and breakfast, near Bodmin, Cornwall is an early medieval cross passage and is grade II listed. The two rooms are well appointed with views over the gardens, courtyard and moor beyond.

★★★☆☆ AA
Cornwall
Located in the historic village of Lanlivery is one of Cornwall’s oldest pubs, the Crown Inn.  It is known that there has been an inn on the site since the 12th century serving weary travellers using the ancient track known as the Saint’s Way.