Hotels in Bodmin

One of Cornwall’s oldest towns, Bodmin’s central position makes it a great base to explore Cornwall. Be met with warm hospitality at the town's hotels and start your Cornish adventure.


Whether you're searching for a unique and quirky experience, or a luxurious and relaxing stay, there's a hotel for you in Bodmin.

Lanhydrock Hotel & Golf Club

Hotels in Bodmin

Choose from a range of luxurious and unique hotels with impeccable service and Cornish charm. With the additional facilities, such as a golf course and gourmet restaurants, there's something to suit all travellers in Bodmin.

Bodmin's central position makes it the perfect place to explore the wider region. From the town, discover more of Cornwall on two wheels along the Camel Trail, go hiking on Bodmin Moor, or hop on the train for a day trip. Only a short drive from the rugged North Coast, beach days are very much on the cards when staying in Bodmin.


The answers to your all-important Cornish questions.

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  • Nobody really knows for sure.. there have been many sightings over the years, but nothing has ever been proved. People claim the beast is a large cat, released into the wilds many years ago, but although there have been some grainy images produced, all attempts to capture it have failed.

    We would like to assure people that it is safe to walk on the moor!

  • Bodmin is in the middle of Cornwall, so easily placed to get to beaches on both the south and north coast. The beaches around the Camel estuary at Padstow and Polzeath are probably closest, being about a 20 minute drive. On the south coast the family friendly resort of Looe is about half an hour away and there are also nice beaches around St Austell.

  • No, the town is just to the southwest of the moor, but close enough to be somewhere to stay if you want to explore the moor.

  • Yes, of course it is! We like to think it is better than Dartmoor, in that it's not so big, easier to navigate over and full of interesting things to see. There's so much history, from prehistoric standing stones to World War Two airfields. And on its south side it is part of Cornwall's World Heritage mining areas.

    It's also very close to both the northa nd south coast of Cornwall if you fancy a change of view.

  • Yes, but please keep them on leads during nesting season and also when sheep are lambing. This stretches from March 1st until July 31st.

    Help our farmers and our wildlife.

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