Altarnun is a small village on the northern edges of Bodmin Moor. The church is superb, with a striking Norman font with carved faces, and carved bench ends. A short distance away is a medieval packhorse bridge. Altarnun, Cornwall, England
Antony is a small village on the Rame Peninsula of southern Cornwall. Just over a mile from the village is the stately home and garden at Antony House, now owned by the National Trust, and only 3 miles away is Mount Edgecumbe House and Country Park. Antony, Cornwall, England
An attractive, small village near Bodmin, Cornwall, with an award-winning pub sitting across a green from a lovely Norman church. The church has a 15th-century tower and transepts, and a Jacobean pulpit. There is excellent access to Bodmin Moor, and the stately home of Pencarrow House is just 4 miles distant. Blisland, Cornwall, England
Bodmin stands at the very edge of the bleak moorland of Bodmin Moor. Once the county town of Cornwall, Bodmin is an attractive market town, with a large number of historic buildings. The place of honour must go to the parish church, dedicated to St Petroc's Church, the largest parish church in Cornwall. The font of St Petroc's is an extraordinary creation, lavishly carved with strange figures. Bodmin, Cornwall, England
One of the most scenic villages on Cornwall's north coast, Boscastle has a postage-stamp sized harbour built to handle trade in slate from the nearby Delabole quarries. The village is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the medieval harbour is maintained by the National Trust. Boscastle, West Country, Cornwall, England
Botallack is a historic mining village near St Just, with the remains of a stunningly scenic mine perched on the clifftops. Two engine houses remain, plus the Count House and Count House Workshop, both restored, with displays on the local and natural history of the area. Botallack, Cornwall, England
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A sizeable town on the north Cornish coast, Bude is popular as a seaside resort for families, due to the great number of sandy beaches in the area, and also with surfers. The area boasts superb coastal scenery, and the South West Coast Path runs through the town. Bude, Cornwall, England
The South West Coast Path national trail runs through this picturesque, isolated fishing village tucked into a small cove on the Lizard Peninsula. The scenery is superb, the way of life unhurried and timeless. There are walks along the cliffs, where wildflowers blossom in abundance in spring and early summer. Cadgwith, West Country, Cornwall, England
Camelford is a pleasant town on the western edge of Bodmin Moor. A short drive leads to the foot of Rough Tor, where strange rock formations adorn the top the hill. Just outside Camelford is Slaughterbridge, one of the traditional sites of King Arthur's last battle. Indeed, Camelford has been proposed as the site of King Arthur's court of Camelot. Camelford, Cornwall, England
Just south of St Austell lies Charlestown, an untouched Georgia port begun in 1791. The port is beautifully preserved, with a mix of fisherman's cottages and elegant Georgian townhouses. Beside the harbour is the Shipwreck Centre, housed in an old China clay warehouse. Charlestown, Cornwall, England
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) after he allegedly stayed here.
An 18th century hotel in the centre of St Austell Cornwall that has been refurbished to a high modern standard whilst maintaining most of it's original features. All of our 17 rooms are en-suite and have recently been redecorated to a high standard.