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B and Bs in Truro

Bodrean Manor Farm
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Truro
Cornwall

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Bodrean is a beautifully restored period longhouse set on a working Cornish farm. It retains many original features, including wooden and slate floors, and an inglenook fireplace. For nearly a decade, guests from all over the world have enjoyed the first class accommodation and hearty breakfasts provided by Michele Marsh.

There are three attractively furnished bedrooms to choose from, all with private or en suite bathrooms. In each room, you can expect a high standard of luxury, including fresh flowers and bath oils to make you feel pampered.

For breakfast, Michele provides seasonal fruits, a choice of cereals, home baked bread and home made preserves, and a cooked meal using a selection of locally sourced products to guarantee a full and healthy start to your day.

After breakfast, feel free to relax in the sun room with a paper, or take a stroll around the stunning garden. You could even explore the surrounding 200 acres of Cornish countryside should you not want to drive anywhere.

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Nearest Train Station: Truro
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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English breakfast
Double: £30 - £32
Twin: £30 - £32
Single: £35 - £40 - Single occupancy
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