Cottages in Mid Cornwall

Often overlooked, Mid-Cornwall offers a wealth of wildlife and stunning countryside, home to Bodmin Moor and the Camel Estuary, it is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts.

Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty AONB and a Site of Special Scientific Interest SSSI, this area of land in the depths of Cornwall’s heartland is evidenced to have been a settlement for over four thousand years and today it’s rich history adds to the inspiring scenery and diverse wildlife, providing a magnetic draw for all it’s visitors.

You may be forgiven for thinking that Bodmin Moor could be a foreboding place, but you would be quite mistaken. It actually provides miles and miles of fantastic walking routes where you can meander all day and not encounter another soul; just sheep, ponies and open space to accompany your days wanderings.

There is plenty for the budding historian too, with Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Gaol, Lanhydrock House or the North Cornwall Museum and Gallery all close by for tales and learnings about the area’s history and the people who once called it home.

If you’re in need of a little more life, then basing yourself in Wadebridge or Camelford are great options. Perfect for being close to all the necessities as well as being able to venture out along the Camel Trail or head out to the Camel Estuary where it’s tributaries wind their way up into the depths of the North Cornwall countryside and expose quaint beaches and coves, perfect for paddling at low tide.

If you fancy a break away from the crowds in Cornwall’s middle earth then search through our list of properties. From converted bothies to barn conversions and country cottages, we have a plethora of cottages to suit all tastes. If you need a little extra help, then call our team on 0333 2020899 - we’d love to help!


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