on the A39 approx 5 miles south west of Davidstow.
Located in the geographical centre
of the North Cornwall District, Camelford has a long and glorious
history, having been the commercial and social centre of the area.
town has a thriving commercial centre, which pretty much defines
the historical conservation core of the town, and which reflects
its role as the commercial centre for the surrounding moorland
and coastal villages. The community comprehensive was the first
in Cornwall; there is a county primary school, a leisure centre
and a library. With banks, library, post office, lawyers, estate
agents, accountant, butcher, chemist, greengrocers, newsagent,
baker, a Learning Shop, two historic pubs, a Chinese take-away,
a Nepalese restaurant, a fish and chip take-away and much much
more, Camelford is right on the A39 (the Atlantic Highway) and
original route into and out of Cornwall.
Tourist Information Centre can be found at the North Cornwall
Museum and Art Gallery, The Clease. (the road opposite the Co-op
store) more details
more information please visit the Camelford
on the A39 ( By-passed) approx 15 miles south west of Davidstow.
which thrives alongside the ebb and flow of the River Camel offers
a wide variety of things to see and do for all tastes and ages.
Riverside walks, unique shopping, eating and drinking and indoor
and outdoor leisure facilities.
In Wadebridge you'll find there's a surprise around every corner.
From the smallest shop to the biggest store, Wadebridge offer's
shopping like it used to be - and with personal service to boot.
Take a stroll down Molesworth Street or Town Quay.
Now pedestrianised and traffic free. You can relax as you browse
or just sit and watch the world go by in these boulevard style
areas. Wadebridge offers the sporty and less sporty a wide range
of activities. From tennis to golf, bowls to cycling, cricket
to fishing, it's all here or just a few miles away. Wadebridge
has an indoor leisure centre and swimming pool and for the film
buff a multi-screen cinema offers the latest releases.
A visit to Wadebridge opens up the Camel Estuary and Betjeman
Country, the clean sandy beaches of Rock, Polzeath and Daymer
Bay. The deserted cove of Port Quin and the quaint fishing village
of Port Isaac. All are within easy reach of Wadebridge and make
perfect days out on any holiday or short break.
for more information please visit the Wadebridge
more information please visit the Launceston
Bodmin 17 miles
south of davidstow
Bodmin is ideal for a great family holiday, short break or a day
visit. It is North Cornwall's largest and most flourishing town
and Cornwall's Capital. It is a town that thrives on its past
but also provides today's visitors with an interesting and varied
central car parks deliver you straight onto Fore Street where
you can browse at your leisure in the locally owned craft and
food shops as well as the more familiar High Street names. Set
within the heart of the town is the 83-acre Beacon Nature Reserve
with breath-taking views to moor and coast; a Leisure Centre where
you can swim, keep-fit or relax with a steam bath or sauna and
nearby Lanhydrock golf course.
more information please visit the Bodmin