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Castle Canyke Farm is centrally located between both coastlines and within ½ mile from Bodmin town centre the A30 and other major road links making a perfect base in which to visit many of the attractions that Cornwall has to offer.
All three bedrooms are tastefully decorated with luxury furnishings and have private en-suites, with complementary quality toiletries, hairdryer, flat screen digital television/DVD, generous Hospitality Trays including bottled water and biscuit jars. We are not licensed; however please feel free to bring your own wine, as glasses and corkscrews are in all rooms.
Our emphasis is on comfort, individual service and attention to detail making your stay with us special.
All rooms can be used as single occupancy.
Castle Canyke Farm is centrally located making touring Cornwall an ideal place to stay with easy access to the A30 and other major road links you can easily visit all the major attractions including the famous Eden project which can be easily reached in 20 minutes, or one of the many beaches, pretty coastal villages or an historic town.
Coastal Towns & Beaches
The picturesque coves and old coastal fishing towns and pretty villages of Fowey, Looe, and Polperro are all on the East coast and can be easily reached within 19 miles
The Rugged Atlantic coast on the West is a walker's paradise, with miles of off road coastal path with breathtaking scenery and home to Padstow where you will find Rick Stein's famous fish restaurant, Port Isaac, Boscastle, Tintagel with its Castle remains and the legendry home to King Arthur, and Newquay famous for its surfing beaches, and Jamie Oliver's restaurant fifteen all within 23miles.
If you prefer, The Camel Trail goes through Bodmin, it is a 14 mile mainly traffic free cycle path through woodland to Wadebridge and then runs alongside the Camel Estuary onto Padstow. Cycle hire is available in Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow if you prefer a shorter route.
Within a 5 min drive lies The National Trust Lanhydrock House a Magnificent late Victorian House and gardens set in beautiful parkland that is open to the public throughout the year.
To the East of the town is Bodmin Moor home to the Jamaica Inn featuring Daphne Du Maurier's smugglers museum, a must for walkers and cyclists. There are many walks to choose from for all levels of fitness, some taking you past our very own stone circles namely the Hurlers and the natural erosion of rocks called the Cheesewrings.
Sat Nav (Put in) GPS SX08648/66227 Castle Canyke Rd crossing A38 B&B located on the A38 within 100yds of Canyke Road & 3/4 mile from Bodmin Town centre