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New - explore Bodmin Moor!

Bodmin Moor is a wild, rugged and romantic place, steeped in history and legend. From Bronze Age stone circles and tombs to tin mines, from Poldark to Jamaica Inn we are lucky enough to have it all on our doorstep and it is our "go to" place to lift the spirits and recharge the batteries. It has so much more to offer besides the stunning views so we have put together a tour that will let you experience it.


This is not a walking tour but there are walking opportunities included. We have packed in so many different locations and experiences that we drive between them but you will have the time to walk in the landscape and feel the history - you can literally put your hands on ancient sacred stones that that have stood in place for 5,000 years!

The tour takes a full day and the itinerary includes:

Minions village - stone circles, Bronze age tombs, the Cheesewring, old tin mine engine houses

Trethevy Quoit - best example of a Cornish portal tomb or dolman

St Cleer Holy Well - ancient spring and a cure for insanity!

King Doniert's Stone - ancient memorial to a 9th century Cornish King

Golitha Falls - where the river Fowey cascades through beautiful woodland

Dozmary Pool - the only natural lake on the moor and legendary resting place of Excalibur

Jamaica Inn - 300 year old smuggling inn made famous by Daphne Du Maurier

Temple Church - Pilgrims Church built by the Knights Templar

Trippet Stones - the most accessible yet rarely visited stone circle on the moor

Delphi Bridge - ancient "clapper" bridge still in use and a real beauty spot

Rough Tor and Brown Willy - the highest points in Cornwall

Davidstow airfield - WWII airbase

Altarnun - moorland village that dates to the Doomsday book and home to the "Cathedral of the Moor" and also the where John Wesley first preached in Cornwall.

The tour costs £200 for 4 people including pick up and return to the place of your choice within Cornwall. Transport by luxury 4x4 and includes face masks, sanitiser and bottled water. Plenty of suitable places to stop for lunch. Contact us on theedtc@gmail.com to discuss options or to book.

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