North Cornwall has it all.
Discover the popular coastal resort of Polzeath, the myth and legend of King Arthur's Tintagel, and the quaint bustling market towns of Launceston and Bodmin both ancient capitals of Cornwall. Bodmin Moor is dominated by the dramatic granite tors of "Brown Willy" and "Roughtor", which tower over the sweeping expanse of moor land; and Launceston, an ancient capital with its impressive Norman Castle standing proudly over the town. On the estuary the small village of Rock hosts a major water sports centre, perfect for sailing, windsurfing and rowing. Hop on the ferry across to Padstow, or explore the scenic coastal footpaths and inland walks. Nestling in the dunes is St. Enodoc Church where the late Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman is buried. Padstow, with its fleet of trawlers, netters and crabbers is a colourful, working harbour. On May Day Padstow dances to a different tune, when the pagan "Obby Oss" is unleashed and the narrow streets throb to the ceaseless drumbeat and wild cavorting of this age-old fertility celebration. Port Isaac is an unspoilt, pretty fishing village and sheltered harbour with interesting shops, quality restaurants, and pubs linked by tiny alleyways. Meandering up the coast is the quaint fishing village of Boscastle, with its 16th Century quay and charming cottages. Nearby Tintagel is famous for its Arthurian legends and the remains of King Arthur's castle still stand today. The town of Bude is situated on the Atlantic Heritage Coast of Cornwall, adjacent to fine sandy beaches that offer some of the finest surfing to be enjoyed in all of England.
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Proprietors: Pete and Ann Scarborough, Bodieve Farm Cottage, Bodieve, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6EG
Bodieve Farm Cottage Bed and breakfast accommodation at Bodieve, Wadebridge in North Cornwall.
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