Welcome to Camborne
Camborne, compared to other towns in the western corner of Cornwall, is a fairly young town. A small hamlet for most of its history, the town went under extensive development during the mining boom of the 19th century. In recent years, it has seen a number of improvements, with a newly refurbished town square, home to many high street chains, unique shops, and popular, independent restaurants.
Be awe-struck by Godrevy
The Godrevy Heritage Coast is one of Cornwall's most beautiful areas of natural beauty, with an idyllic sandy beach melding into the imposing coves of the North Cliffs, and miles of dramatic headlands that are home to a range of wildlife. Within easy reach of many towns and cities in Cornwall, Godrevy is a staggeringly impressive place that anyone visiting the area should make a point of seeing for themselves.
Discover the spirit of Cornwall at The King Edward Mine Museum
Based in Troon, just a short way outside Camborne, the King Edward Mine Museum is dedicated to the fascinating history of the Cornish mining industry, telling the incredible story of how it supplied the area with employment and prosperity for over a century. Here, you can see the original tin processing mill machinery working just as it would have at the beginning of the 20th century, along with many other intriguing exhibitions.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Camborne? Travelodge Hayle Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Newquay Seafront Hotel can be reached in half an hour.