What is there to do?

Visiting North Cornwall

St Breward's history is broad and rich.  A village that developed around its mining of granite, it boasts a thriving village pub (The Old Inn & Restaurant), a Parish Church and a local village shop (St. Breward Stores and Post Office).

 

Bodmin Moor

St Breward is situated on the moor, so you are never far from a moorland walk.  However Palmer's Farm is located just at the edge of the moor so it is just a few minutes walk to the cattle grid to take a leisurely walk towards Candra, with Alex Tor and Brown Willy within your sights.  Perfect for walkers, ramblers, cyclists or a nice drive, Bodmin Moor can offer something for everyone come rain or shine.  Teeming with grazing animals, it is perfect for an escape from your hectic lifestyle.

 

Beaches

St. Breward is not a coastal village, however you can access much of North Cornwall's stunning coastline with a simple drive.  Nearby beaches are:

  • Polzeath Beach

  • Daymer Bay

  • Trebarwith Beach

  • Rock

 

St. Breward

St. Breward itself benefits from the following places of interest:

  • The Old Inn & Restaurant.  An 11th Century village pub with a thriving restaurant

  • St. Breward Stores and Post Office

  • Parish Church of St. Breward (highest church in Cornwall)

  • Snail's Pace Cafe

  • The beginning of the Camel Trail (located near Snail's Pace Cafe)

 

Days Out

If you wanted to take yourself off for the day, any of the following attractions and locations are easily accessible and within driving distance for a day out:

National Trust & English Heritage:

  • Lanhydrock

  • Trerice

  • Cotehele

  • Tintagel Castle

  • Launceston Castle

  • Restormel Castle

  • St. Mawes Castle

  • Pendennis Castle

 

Cornish Villages and Towns:

  • Tintagel

  • Boscastle

  • Port Isaac

  • Padstow

  • Wadebridge

  • Launceston

  • Newquay

  • Truro

 

Places of Interest:

  • St. Nectan's Glen

  • Pencarrow House & Garden

  • Jamaica Inn

  • Trethorne

  • Bodmin Jail

  • Bodmin & Wenford Railway

  • Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

  • The Eden Project (St. Austell)

  • The Lost Gardens of Helligan

  • Lappa Valley

  • Truro (Cornwall's County Capital)

  • Lizard Point

  • St. Michael's Mount

  • Minack Theatre

  • Lands End

 

Places for Children:

  • Kidzworld

  • Dairyland Farmworld

  • Camel Creek Adventure Park (Crealy)

  • Springfield Fun Park

  • Newquay Zoo

  • Newquay Aquarium

  • Waterworld

 

Places to Eat:

  • The Old Inn & Restaurant

  • Snail's Pace Cafe

  • Bodmin Jail Restaurant

  • The Red Lion, St. Kew Highway

  • St. Kew Inn, St. Kew

  • Borough Arms, Dunmere

  • The Port William, Trebarwith

  • Mason's Arms Camelford

  • Peckish Fish & Chips, Camelford

  • The Raj, Wadebridge

  • Tai Pan, Wadebridge

  • Rick Stein's Fish Restaurant, Padstow