Self Catering in and around Bodmin

The Bodmin area has every form of self-catering available, from holiday parks to quirky glamping sites, all of which you can find elsewhere on this website. For quaint moorland cottages or town houses, this is the best place to look.


Bodmin and the surrounding area, including Bodmin Moor, is a great place to base yourself if you want to explore the whole of Cornwall.

Bodmin town centre

Chose somewhere to stay in the Bodmin area, settle down and then decide where you want to go, nowhere in Cornwall is too far away.

The town itself has plenty to keep you occupied, and if you enjoy open spaces the moor is on your doorstep. Neither coast is more than a half-hour drive away and with the A30 on your doorstep you can be at Land's End in about an hour and a half.

For more details on self-catering in and around the town click on the link below.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

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