Warning to Visitors

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Bodmin is a Cornish town, situated to the south-west of Bodmin Moor. At one point, the town was the administrative centre of Cornwall, a role now belonging to Truro.

The town's station, Bodmin Parkway, is served by Cornish Main Line routes. Bus links from the station link Bodmin with Wadebridge and Padstow, as well as other parts of Cornwall and Devon.

How to get to Bodmin from
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What better way to travel between London and Cornwall and Devon than by train. The Night Riviera Sleeper Train runs between London Paddington and Penzance six nights a week, offering guests a choice of seated accommodation, or comfortable solo or twin cabins.

The overnight journey allows passengers to arrive in either London or Cornwall refreshed and ready for the day ahead.