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Bolventor - Cornwall
Jamaica Inn from the old A30. Wikipedia photo
Across lonely Bodmin Moor from Camelford, but better reached on the A30 from Exeter (midway between Launceston and Bodmin) is the little village made famous by Daphne du Maurier's novel "Jamaica Inn."
Visitors can still stay at the inn, built in the mid-sixteenth century. Of special interest to children is the Museum of Curiosities.
Dozmary Pool of Sir Bedivere fame can be reached from here by a small road.
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