From the bustling market towns of Bodmin and Launceston to the craggy coastline where the north Atlantic rollers carve out a unique landscape, North Cornwall is as dramatic as it is intriguing. Staying in one of our many North Cornwall cottages you could visit Tintagel, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur or Dozmary Pool on Bodmin Moor which are steeped in myth.
The South West Coast Path cuts its way along the cliff edge stopping at National Trust properties, English Heritage Sites and coastal towns such as Newquay, Bude and Boscastle. Padstow, Newquay, Wadebridge and Rock are all renowned for their food culture too.
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Old MacDonalds Farm
North Cornwall, Padstow
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Scenic and dramatic where high valleys plummet to the coast.
A small town with a rich literary history and a unique harbour.
Where you can stroll from the beach to the shops with a pasty in hand.
A town on the banks of the River Camel.
Beautiful coastal village with stunning scenery and delightful beach.
A bustling town on the Devon border, known as the Gateway to Cornwall.
A small cliff top hamlet near to the legendary Bedruthan Steps.
Famous for surfing, life by the sea and fantastic places to eat.
Padstow's idyllic harbour is both beautiful and fun to visit.
Traditional seaside fun on golden sand lapped by turquoise seas.
The home of Doc Martin is a beautiful whitewashed fishing port.
On the coast of Cornwall with special flora and geological dunes.
Famous for the legend of King Arthur; an enchanting place to visit.
On the Camel Trail where a walk in the country can end at Padstow.
Excellent surf destination and rock pooling haven in North Cornwall.
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