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Make a St Breward holiday cottage or accommodation in St Breward, Cornwall your home away from home

Become part of the community in a holiday rental home or holiday cottage in St Breward

St Breward is a village on the northern edge or Bodmin Moor in Cornwall and is close to the villages of St Tudy, Advent, Bolventor, Michaelstow, Altarnunm and Blisland. St Breward has the tallest church in Cornwall almost seven hundred feet and Roughtor and Brown Willy lie within its parish. It is renown for its china clay and granite quarries.

Places to holiday in St Breward, Cornwall

Moorland Granite has been used for centuries to build local churches and cottages and the stone from the De Lank Quarry was used to build Beachy Head Lighthouse, the Eddystone Lighthouse and Tower Bridge. Although not the typical tourist spot with numerous hotels, it is does have quality accommodation and is popular for self-catering holidays.

Self catering cottages in St Breward put you at the heart of a thriving community, which has a visitor information centre in the local shop, a post office, locally revered foot ball team, a village hall, Internet café, Methodist chapel, snooker club and a the St Breward Silver Band that has qualified for the National Finals on several occasions. A country cottage in St Breward takes in some of Bodmin Moors most dramatic scenery and is near the starting point of the Camel Trail.

Cottage holidays are ideal for exploring the village and the rest of Cornwall and the beauty of self-catering is that you can set your own timetable. You can pick up a leaflet and map from the village store with details of the St Breward village trail and a pleasant stroll from your holiday cottage takes you along a footpath to Mine Hill, St James Holy Well, aviaries, the church and its cross, quarries, the old inn and a great deal more.

Things to do in St Breward, Cornwall

St Breward is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is perfect for walkers, cyclists, bird waters, wildlife fanciers and horse riders to explore the countryside that lies between Bodmin, Launceston, Liskeard and Camelford. It is only a short drive from your cottage to the north and south coasts, as well as Cornwall's many other attractions. Golfers will love the courses at Bowford, St Enodoc, St Kew and Trethorne.

Walkaboutwest offer guided walks and tours throughout Cornwall, from its windswept moors to sun drenched beaches. Trethorne Leisure Park has bowling, games, bars, licensed restaurant, gift shop and a large outdoor play area. There are lambs to feed, ponies to ride and an in touch with the animals session. The Bodmin and Wenford Railway is the main line at Bodmin General, yet this railway is typical of a 1950's branch line with steam engines, souvenir shops and a refreshment room.

Cardinham Woods has four trails in over six hundred acres of the most scenic mixed woodland. There is a café, picnic/BBQ area and children's play area. Other attractions close to the country cottages in St Breward include the Hidden Valley Discovery Park, Minions Heritage Centre, North Cornwall Museum & Gallery, Northwood Water Gardens and Sterts Theatre. If you are planning holidays in July you will have to book your cottage early because St Breward hosts the largest village carnival in North Cornwall, which includes a week of displays before the procession.

Weather in St Breward

Although the weather in Cornwall is generally mild the moors can be wet, windy and cold especially on the higher tors.

Travel to St Breward

Newquay and Plymouth airports serve St Breward and the nearest main line railway is Bodmin Parkway. There is a limited Corlink bus service.

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Lovely home from Home cottage

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Loved staying here was sad to leave. Both the cleaner and the owner were really helpful with minor issues that we had. Beautiful cottage in the heart of the village, easy access to the port. Co-op and parking are a bit of climb, but that’s port Isaac! Felt very comfortable here and will be back again soon. -x-
  • Review Submitted: Jan 09, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jan 2018

The perfect Christmas cottage

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This was our first holiday to Cornwall and first Christmas away from home. A few family members had not long moved down to this part of the country so we decided to spend Christmas with them. We found this little gem in a great location, not far from Wadebridge or Bodmin which during the Christmas period was perfect for grocery shopping and venturing into the sales. After a 4 hour journey we was greeted with cream tea, coffee, biscuits and bubbly in the fridge which went down very well and was a lovely surprise. Due to having small children we asked if any Christmas decorations were in the cottage and if not we would buy a small tree. Liz sent us a message and added a photo which showed they had put up a tree and other lovely Christmas ornaments around the cottage which was lovely. As a family we would highly recommend and look forward to returning to this lovely little village. A beautiful cosy cottage, just perfect for our Christmas holiday.
  • Review Submitted: Jan 06, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2017