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Luxury self-catering holiday cottages in St Breward

The Cornish stone cottages and bleak moorland for which this little village is so well known are what makes it popular with hikers who stay every year, taking bracing local walks around the iconic sites before returning to cosy holiday cottages.

On the west side of romantic Bodmin Moor, deep in Poldark territory, this authentic Cornish village is a picturesque haven witha pottery, pub (the aptly named Old Inn) and a pretty church which happens to be the highest in Cornwall. The views here are stunning and walkers will waste no time in lacing up boots and striding out across the moors. Family-friendly days out are just a short drive away; Golitha's impressivewaterfalls, and Carnglaze Caverns, a former slate mine with glittering underground lake.

There's a rich quarrying history here, as the many stone cottages will certify; St Breward's quarries played a part in the construction of many well-known structures, including London's Tower Bridge and the more local Eddystone Lighthouse, just off the coast of Cornwall. This parish is also placed directly on the old Camel Trail, a long stretch of disused railway line that runs alongside the River Camel. For a healthy day out, try cycling the whole of the tree-lined route, from Bodmin to Wadebridge and Padstow.

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