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Close to the rugged heart of Cornwall, Bodmin and its surroundings offer something for everyone. From quaint fishing villages to stunning gardens and wide open beaches to wild moorland — here you’ll find a wealth of history, beauty, and adventure to relax and revel in.
Tor View Barn is situated on tranquil Corgee Farm, not far from Bodmin. It makes the best of its gorgeous surroundings with its upside-down design, with the living and dining rooms located upstairs to take in the beautiful farmland views and the bedrooms cosily tucked away on the ground floor. A stairlift gives people with limited mobility access to the upstairs spaces.
Each bedroom is ‘zip and link’, meaning the beds can be made up as either two Twins or one King at your request. All have ensuite shower rooms in which the showers may need to be accessed by a small step, apart from one room which instead has an ensuite wet room.
Come rain or shine, you won’t be short of things to do — this part of Cornwall has so much to offer. Explore the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project, and contrast their cultivated elegance with a wander over remote open moors. Once you’re full to the brim of horticultural joy there’ll be the chance to ramble around pretty Cornish fishing villages and visit the beach to breathe in the freshest seaside air, as well as satisfy whetted appetites with a traditional Cornish cream tea.
Every holiday with Dementia Adventure is unique! Your itinerary may vary depending on the date, and will be released to you in good time before your departure — usually about two to three weeks prior.
If you would like to get an idea of the kinds of activities that may be in store for you, see the example itinerary below. However, please note that this example is just a mock-up based on past years’ schedules, and does not constitute your final itinerary.
|Morning||The Lost Gardens of Heligan, with an introductory talk||The Eden Project, with a guided tour of The Mediterranean Biome||A tour through the Cornish Moorlands, starting at Minions||Lanhydrock House & Gardens (National Trust)|
|Afternoon||Meet on a local farm and head to their café for lunch. Head to the accommodation to relax and unpack||Picnic lunch, then explore nearby Mevagissey village and enjoy a cream tea at the local tearooms||Picnic lunch, possibly a visit to the beach then some well-deserved relaxation time at the accommodation with tea and snacks||A river walk to Golitha Falls, stopping for a pit-smoked barbeque lunch||A light lunch in the Lanhydrock House & Gardens|
|Evening||Enjoy a home-cooked evening meal at the accommodation||Enjoy a home-cooked evening meal at the accommodation||Traditional Cornish pasty dinner and a performance from an all-female a capella group||Enjoy a home-cooked evening meal at the accommodation|
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