Tiny hamlets such as Cutmadoc are scattered all over Cornwall. Little more than a handful of houses and farms, Cutmadoc is on the edge of the Lanhydrock House Estate, a National Trust place to visit for its lovely gardens and historical tours. Lanhydrock Golf Course may be of interest to people wishing to enjoy a round or two of golf during their holiday. Cutmadoc is surrounded by some fantastic woodland, perfect for anyone looking to do some walking on their country cottage holiday. Woodlands include Great wood, Dreasonball wood, Brownqueen wood and Higginsmoor wood.
Bodmin Parkway railway station is literally down the road which makes a cottage holiday in Cutmadoc ideal for people arriving by train. Bodmin and St Austell also make great towns to visit on a day out, with plenty to offer in terms of exciting attractions as well as the charm of the seaside in St Austell. The main A30 and A38 roads are not too far away either making nearby towns and villages easily accessible.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Cutmadoc
The south coast of Cornwall is the nearest for beaches. Attractive towns to visit on the south coast are Fowey (10 minutes drive), St Blaise, Polperro and Looe. The Eden project near St Austell is within very easy travelling distance.
A self catering break based in Cutmadoc provides a rural setting with excellent transport links to seaside towns and attractions in Cornwall.
Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Cutmadoc, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in Cornwall.