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For walkers Welltown is on the edge of Bodmin Moor, with its miles of paths, spectacular scenery and abandoned mines., some of which can be accessed directly from the cottage. The Camel Trail, which runs from Padstow up to the edge of Bodmin Moor near Blisland, and nearby Cardinham Woods also cater for cyclists and horse riders. Bird watching, fishing and golf are other popular activities in the area. Both coasts are only 30 minutes drive away. The north offers spectacular beaches for surfing and bathing, and the south has pretty fishing villages to explore, including Polperro, Fowey and Mevagissey.
The National Trust has many gardens and properties in Cornwall, including Lanhydrock, St. Michael’s Mount and some spectacular stretches of coastline. Gardeners are spoilt for choice at any time of the year: the famous Eden Project with the world’s largest greenhouses is just 20 minutes drive away. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and the estate gardens of Glendurgan, Trebah and Trelissick are just a few of the many to take advantage of Cornwall’s temperate and lush climate.
Bodmin itself was once the county town, and has a splendid Museum and the famous Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway. Another local place of interest is the award winning Camel Valley Vineyard, and the cathedral city of Truro with its variety of shops and pedestrian precincts is well worth a visit. There are a great range of restaurants, art galleries and craft workshops throughout the county, together with some fascinating theatre and music venues, such as the Minack outdoor theatre.
Welltown is situated in a rural hamlet with just a handful of dwellings, yet it is just a few miles from the A30, which runs down the spine of Cornwall. It is an ideal base for exploring both the north and south coasts, as well as the glorious countryside and the many attractions throughout Cornwall.
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