The town of Camborne lies to the west of Cornwall, a few miles from a wild stretch of the north coast. Surrounded by old tin mines, windswept moors and sandy beaches, West Cornwall holiday cottages in Camborne provide an excellent base from which to discover the far end of the County.

Wander into the town centre from your holiday cottage in Camborne and you will find a pretty square, surrounded by family-run shops, tearooms and cosy pubs such as the John Francis Bassett and the White Hart. The High Street is packed with independent businesses, covering everything from greengrocers and butchers to model railways and collectible music. There are several striking landmarks in the town, all of which are within walking distance of holiday cottages in Camborne. The parish church of St Martin and St Meriadoc is a graceful granite building dating from the 15th century, while the open moorland surrounding the town is scattered with the remains of what was once the centre of the region’s mining industry. Landmarks such as Harriets Pumping Engine, built in 1860, are well worth a visit for visitors who are interest in the area’s heritage.

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Camborne holiday cottages are a great choice for visitors who want to discover West Cornwall’s historic attractions, including Tehidy Country Park, home to 250 acres of lakes, ponds and woodland trains. A short drive or bus ride from the town, the North Cornwall coast is known for its beautiful, sandy beaches such as Portreath and Porthtowan. The South West Coast Path provides spectacular views across the Atlantic, and the chance to spot dolphins and seals. To Camborne’s west, the seaside town of St Ives is famous for its idyllic harbour, beaches and art galleries, while to the south, the bustling port of Falmouth is home to seaside restaurants, Pendennis Castle, and the excellent National Maritime Museum Cornwall.