Need somewhere to stay over in Cornwall

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  1. simbadog

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    Hi, looking for somewhere to stay fo one night first week of April somewhere between Bodmin & Newquay, will have the motorhome & rally car on a trailer, not found anything so far, tried a couple of pubs & sites. Thanks.
     
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    Hide up on the moor overnight,don't know if that's feasible..
     
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    The Bettle & Chisel at Delabole allows car park stop overs as well as having their own campsite/CL type field. Really friendly, good food and they'll do you a good breakfast in the morning before you go.

    One thing though, especially with a trailer; the entrance is bloody tight!! Our MH, 2.4m wide, just about fit through with mm to spare.

    http://bettleandchisel.co.uk
     
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    I have stayed on King Arthur's car park tintagel in the past on the way to Newquay motorhome parking is allowed overnight for a few pounds can not remember the exact cost but about £5 a night
     
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    Might have to ;)

    Will investigate that today, thanks (y)

    Damn, don't think I'd get through that gap :(

    Bit out of the way for me, but a good thought. ;)
     
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    May be the wrong side of Bodmin, but I seem to remember that the Jamaica Inn allowed overnight stops, may be worth a ring http://www.jamaicainn.co.uk/
     
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    When we arrived it was dark so I couldn't see just how tight it was and I flew through it.

    In the morning when we left in daylight and I could see it was a lot more difficult (y):D
     
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