Ship me to Cornwall … a container stay on Bodmin Moor: review

July 3, 2016

A former shipping container, creatively furnished and set by a lake, makes for a secluded base to explore an unheralded part of inland Cornwall

It’s a terrible thing to realise you have no imagination. Last year I sailed across the Atlantic on a freighter and at no point on the voyage did I think, “Hmm, one of those containers would make a great place to stay.” Yet here we were, a friend and I, planning what to cook for dinner while sitting in what may be the country’s best-appointed shipping container.

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Set on the sheltered shore of a flooded china clay quarry on Cornwall’s Bodmin Moor, the accommodation even boasts its own little private range of hills for guests to climb, formed by spoil heaps that nature has spent over 70 years reclaiming.

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