St Breward Cottages
The village of St Breward is located on the western side of Bodmin Moor, as one of the largest parishes in Cornwall, it encompasses over 9,000 acres. With much of the surrounding area comprised of high moorland, the village boasts the highest church in Cornwall at a height of about 700ft. Next door to the church is the only remaining pub, the Old Inn, which has been operating for almost two hundred years, renowned for its delicious home-cooked food and legendary Moorland Mixed Grills.
The parish also contains some of Bodmin Moor’s most spectacular scenery, including the landmarks of Rough Tor and Brown Willy – the two highest points in Cornwall, both at over 1,300 feet. St Breward is also the starting point of the well-known Camel Trail, an 18 mile disused railway track, running alongside the River Camel, linking the towns of Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.