Bed & Breakfast in the heart of beautiful Tintagel Cornwall

Local Area Information

We are in the centre of the village of Tintagel which is in an Area of Outstanding National Beauty & also A Site of Special Scientific Interest. Much of the fine coast line is maintained by the National Trust & there are many beautiful National Trust properties & beaches to visit, including just a couple of minutes walk from us The Old Post Office in Tintagel village (which can also be seen from our Guest Bedroom 1).

It is just a 10 minute walk from us to the legendary Tintagel Island & Castle which is a National Heritage property with a fantastic visitor centre & cafe and of course the new bridge! Also on the beach there you will find Merlin's Cave!

Other village attractions are our Visitor Centre (5 minutes walk), The Great Halls (2 minutes walk) with its beautiful Stained Glass panels. a little further St Nectans Glen waterfall & the ancient Norman Parish Church & Churchyard.

The village has a large choice of pubs & cafes, some with live music , quizzes & event nights. Other fine pubs & restuarants can be found in the surrounding villages including The Tintagel Brewery. 

The SW Coast path is within an easy 10 minutes walk of us where there are stunning coastal views from some of the fine stretches of cliff top. Views from Glebe Cliff, Barras Nose & Penhallick Point being some of the finest. The beautiful sandy beaches go with out saying,!

Also within walking distance are the Rocky Valley, Bossiney Cove Beach & Trebarwith Strand. A little further afield Boscastle & the stunning atmospheric Bodmin Moor with Cornwall's two highest peaks - Brown Willy & Rough Tor.

For cyclists The Camel Trail is an 18 mile largely traffic free, surfaced and virtually level multi use trail which provides access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. The trail is suitable for walkers, cyclists, horse-riders and wheel-chair users. 

Golfing in North Cornwall offers many and varied types of fairway to tempt you out into the fresh air. From coastal golf courses like St Enodoc, Bude and Trevose to the inland golf courses such as St Kew, Bowood , Lanhydrock and Launceston. All the golf courses in north Cornwall offer excellent facilities and of course the stunning scenery alone is enough to get you out there. Golf clubs and clubhouses normally admit players on a temporary basis.

All of Cornwall has many miles of off the beaten track rides & walks many of them flat & for all ages & abilities. Of course for the more adventerous or if you want some high adrenaline activities the list is endless! 

Coasteering, Kayaking, Kiteboarding & Buggying, Power Kiting, Surfing, Rock climbing, Zip wires etc

Suggested places to see in Tintagel & Cornwall - Eden Prodject, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Land's End, Minack theatre, Tintagel Castle, St Nectan's Glen, Boscastle, Rough Tor, Seal Sanctuary, Lanhydrock House, National Maritime Museum, Tate St Ives, Charlestown, Tin mines & Steam railways + so much more

 

Beautiful local gifts available from: https://socornish.co.uk/

 

Photos by www.ccsphotography.co.uk