Less than an hour from the dramatic coastline of North Cornwall awaits the inspiring landscape of Bodmin Moor.
Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this haunting moorland covers an area of approximately 870 square miles and offers the explorer a myriad of fascinating opportunities.
Scattered with both stone age and bronze age remains, it is a fabulous source of inspiration for archaeologists as well as historians and all those wanting to delve in to this island’s enigmatic past.
For the more energetic, there are the tors to climb, trails to walk and mountain biking opportunities through Cardinham Woods in the south of the moor.
Jamaica Inn, sitting darkly in the centre of the moor, connects visitors with Cornwall’s past and its literary connections.
Engaging with Cornwall’s Great Outdoors
Our luxury, self-catering accommodation in Port Isaac is the perfect base from which to explore Cornwall’s stunning and enigmatic interior as well as basking in the beauty of its coastline.
Sleeping up to 16 people in style and comfort, The Beach House offers you the chance to share this gorgeous corner of England with friends and family.