Bodmin Jail (Bodmin) Reviews
Description:Address: Berrycoombe Road / Bodmin / Cornwall / PL31 2NR / The last county Jail in Cornwall and closed in 1927.
Newest Review: ... to your right where you can have a light snack or a full dinner which can be taken outside in the coutyard. I did think some of the main courses were a little expensive however they used local produce and high quality ingrediants. The restaurant and bar is situated in the old guards room and it has been beautifully restored with next door with the witness box turned into a lounge and function ... more
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by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Oh My God what a scarest place Bodmin Jail is. On holiday this year me and my mum did not want to go on the steam train in Bodmin as we are usually forced to go on my dads passion we discovered Bodmin Jail. It is well sign posted in Bodmin with plentiful brown signs. There is car parking in the main yard a little limited but there is some extra parking at the rear. You enter the door and the restaurant/ bar is to your right where you can have a light snack or a full dinner which can be taken outside in the coutyard. I did think some of the main courses were a little expensive however they used local produce and high quality ingrediants. The restaurant and bar is ... Read the complete review
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