The team behind Man Engine, the extraordinary giant mechanical Cornish miner that toured the south west two years ago, are planning another triumph.
This time, in honour of the Cornish landscape and the skills associated with it, they are planning to build the world’s largest classical labyrinth in the middle of Bodmin Moor.
Named Kerdroya, and measuring fifty-six metres in diameter, the labyrinth will be built using the techniques of traditional Cornish stone hedges.
Working in conjunction with Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Golden Tree Productions have planned this fantastic experience and visual memorial to the history and unique heritage of Cornwall to mark the AONB’s 60th anniversary.
Visit Fascinating Cornwall
Our self-catering accommodation, The Beach House, is perfectly located overlooking the sea on the edge of Port Isaac in North Cornwall. Going north, it is a short drive to historic Tintagel, and going east will take the visitor to dramatic Bodmin Moor. Vibrant Padstow is a stone’s throw to the south.
Image credit: Golden Tree Productions