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Down the A30 past Bodmin to Innis Downs roundabout signed for St Austell. Take the slip road off the A30 and turn right at the first roundabout taking you backover the A30 to the next roundabout. Take the second exit off the roundabout signed for Lanivet (A389). Keep going along this road through Lanivet until you see a building on the left, turn left immediately before the building , signed for Nanstallon. Take the left signed for Ruthernbridge (Chalets) and continue for approximately 2 miles, immediately before the small bridge turn left - the site is approximately 200m on the left.
Centrally situated for the attractions of Cornwall including the nearby Eden Project and base for the beaches 30 mins to North and South coasts. Surfing at Polzeath, Harlyn Bay and Watergate. Cycling and walking. The Camel Trail, a 16 mile dedicated cycling and walking route following the old ‘Atlantic Coast Express railway line between Bodmin and Padstow. There are several points along the way to join it - one of which is 5 minutes bike ride from the site on a relatively level route. The Camel Trail is part of the ‘Cornish Way a cycle route round Cornwall. For the keen walker, there are numerous hiking trails and, of course, the South West Coast Path which follows the Cornish coastline; the ‘Saints Way is a Pilgrims route incorporating many of the churches between Padstow and Fowey.
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