Bodmin in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... street that is host to local craft shops and local food and drinking holes as well as the usual high street names. There are two central car parks that take you right into the middle of the town centre. At the end of the high street at one end you will find Mount Folly and Bodmin's tourist information office, a good place to start to discover what attractions Bodmin has to offer. Within the shirehall there is the court room experience and cells which is worth a visit. Up the road from the centre you will find the DCLI military museum which is a very interesting attraction and just accross the road from that you will find the Bodmin and Wen... more
Customer Bodmin in General Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/01/09 (Useful, 48 readings)
Bodmin is the first town you come to on your way into Cornwall, whether staying in Bodmin or near by or mearly passing through it is worth a couple of hours of your time. The shopping in Bodmin is limited but does have a main street that is host to local craft shops and local food and drinking holes as well as the usual high street names. There are two central car parks that take you right into the middle of the town centre. At the end of the high street at one end you will find Mount Folly and Bodmin's tourist information office, a good place to start to discover what attractions Bodmin has to offer. Within the shirehall there is the court room experience ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
This year i went on holiday, down south to the beautiful county of Cornwall. We had done lots of research into different places to stay in Cornwall but in the end decided on a little town called Bodmin. Because it was central to a lot of main attractions we had planned to visit. With myself, my partner, my partners dad and our two daughters in tow, we set off, and after a 5 hour journey arrived in Bodmin. Our first initial reaction was how quite and peaceful the town was, we drove around for ten minutes and noted how it was your simple run of the mill town, with a few major shops, banks, cafes, pubs and restaurant. What did catch our eye was the huge ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/01, updated on 29/01/01 (Very useful, 152 readings)
At first glance, Bodmin may look like a town with very little to offer the visitor. True, there are few shops, most of which are located on the one main street, (although don't forget to check the alleyways leading off!) Apart from a small branch of both Boots and Woolworths, the majority of the shops are of the small, local, friendly variety... But, then, Bodmin isn't about shopping. At the bottom of the main street, for example, a short walk away from the town's large pay and display car park, is the recently refurbished museum. This tells the history of the town up until the end of the second World War. It recently hosted a Charlotte Diamond ... Read the complete review
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