Tintagel

Tintagel is magical, its place in the Arthurian legends reinforced in your imagination by the superbly sited castle and below the cliffs Merlin’s Cave. There are too plenty of shops and restaurants in the place, and wonderful beaches nearby... Read More

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Camelot Castle Hotel

Camelot Castle Hotel

Sitting proudly in Tintagel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, the stunning 64 bedroom Camelot Castle Hotel offers rooms with magnificent panoramic views over the rugged Cornish coastline ... More | visit website

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The Mill House Inn

The Mill House Inn
The Mill House is situated on the North coast of Cornwall between the fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle. Camelot, King Arthur's legendary castle is located in the very next valley. Set in seven ... More | visit website
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Bossiney House Hotel

Bossiney House Hotel
The Bossiney House Hotel is a family-run hotel, superbly located on the North Cornwall coast of England, near the historic castle towns of Tintagel and Boscastle.
The hotel's accommodation has both sea and countryside views, easy ... More | visit website
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Port William

Port William

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A superb coastal inn offering 8 modern en-suite rooms, most of which have breathtaking views of Trebarwith Strand.Nestled in the cliffs, the Port William offers locals and visitors a warm ... More

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Bosayne

Bosayne

Julie and Keith welcome you to Bosayne – a charming eight bedroom Edwardian Bed & Breakfast and self catering Holiday Cottage. Doubles, singles, twins & family rooms available Bosayne lies only 300 metres from the ... More | Double Room: Standard rate £70 | visit website

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