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[text_output]Are you enjoying Poldark on BBC1?

Just a five minute drive takes you up to Minions moors where some of the moorland filming was done.

Take a walk and explore the moors for yourself, take in the stunning moorland scenery then return to the village for a cream tea in the café or maybe a pint and a meal in the local pub.

Half an hours drive away towards St Austell  you will find the village of Charlestown with its harbour and its own Tall Ships which  were used in the filming of Poldark.

Charlestown is often used for Film or tv sets and has its own Shipwreck and Heritage Centre.
This quaint harbour village has remained mostly untouched by the modern world which gives it a great atmosphere. There are a number of good eating and drinking establishments in the village along with gift shops and craft stalls.
Half an hours drive towards Bodmin you will find the village of St Breward. This area is where Ross Poldark’s house [Nampara] and some of the miners cottages were filmed, along with some of the outdoor shots including “The Duel”.
If you want to go further afield you can take a trip down to Penzance where there are many things to see and do,including visit the Bottalack and Levant Mines that were both used in the filming of Poldark. The Bottalack mine was used as Ross Poldarks mine Wheal Leisure.
The Green Cottages are a perfect location for visiting any of these locations as you can spend a few hours or all day seeing the sights and then return to our comfy welcoming cottages to relax at the end of the day.[/text_output][share title=”Share this Post” facebook=”true” twitter=”true” google_plus=”true” pinterest=”true” email=”true”][image type=”none” float=”none” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover” src=”9556″ alt=”Poldar Country Bodmin Moor” href=”www.thegreencornwall.co.uk” title=”Poldark Country Bodmin Moor Cornwall”]