The Eden Project is nestled in a huge crater in Cornwall where it has the largest rainforest in captivity with stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serving as a backdrop to the striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events.
The Moor is dominated by dramatic granite tors which tower over the sweeping expanses of open moorland. Historically, Bodmin Moor was a landscape which engendered fear and awe, but which has also provided inspiration for writers, poets and sculptors.
Jamaica Inn is well known as the setting for Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name, published in 1936. The young author was inspired to write her novel in 1930 after she and a friend became lost in fog whilst out riding on the moors, and were lead back by their horses to safety at the Inn.