Tintagel, North Cornwall
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Tintagel, North Cornwall
Old Post Office, Tintagel, North Cornwall c  Adam Gibbard
Tintagel, Castle, North Cornwall
Tintagel, North Cornwall
Tintagel, Castle, North Cornwall
Tintagel, Castle, North Cornwall
Tintagel, Castle, North Cornwall
Tintagel, Castle, North Cornwall
Tintagel, North Cornwall
Tintagel, North Cornwall
Tintagel, North Cornwall

Discover Tintagel

Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, Tintagel has dramatic sea views both from the castle ruins on the headland and island. This is a spectacular place, steeped in myths and mystery, and has inspired artists and writers throughout history who have associated it with the legend of King Arthur.

Reasons to visit Tintagel

  • Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast
  • Dramatic sea views from the castle ruins on the headland and island
  • Steeped in myths and mystery
  • Associated it with the legend of King Arthur
  • Over 18 acres to explore on the island with a garden, chapel, tunnel and well
  • With a history stretching as far back as the Romans, Tintagel Castle is one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the south west
  • History is brought to life for families through fantastic events throughout the year
  • During winter, this is an ideal spot for a coastal walk with your dog 
  • Beautiful coastal path walks
  • Stunning beach cafe

More Things to do...

  • Step back in time at the atmospheric Tintagel Old Post Office, originally a 14th-century farmhouse, with its famously wavy roof. Now managed by the National Trust there are regular family events such as Victorian bread making and music in the cottage garden 
  • Sample some of Granny Wobbly’s fudge at her shop on the main street. Choose from vanilla, maple and walnut, rum and raisin, butterscotch and chocolate, all traditionally made on the premises 
  • If the kids want a short break from all that Cornish culture, let them have a blast at the local skateboard park at Tintagel Playing Fields or there’s a great little amusement arcade called Camelot opposite the old post office 
  • Take a walk up to windswept Glebe Cliff and visit the ancient church of St Materiana’s. Little changed for over 900 years, the church is a fine example of Norman architecture and contains an array of historic artefacts 

Useful Tintagel links

Tintagel Visitor Centre 
What's on in Tintagel
Things to do in Tintagel
Where to stay in Tintagel
Map of Tintagel

★★☆☆☆ AA
North Coast > Tintagel
Lovely Victorian country house set 300 yards from clifftop, amid National Trust Land which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of King Arthur Country. On the path to a lovely beach at Trebarwith Strand.

★★★★Visit Britain
North Coast > Tintagel
Bosayne is a friendly family run B&B in Tintage. There are fantastic sea views to the front and rolling countryside views to the rear of the house. Metres from the South West Coast Path with an easy 3 minute walk to Tintagel village.

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North Coast > Bude > Tintagel > South Coast > Mevagissey > West Cornwall > The Lizard > Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Launceston > Saltash
Sykes Cottages have self-catering holiday cottages all over Cornwall, with over 170 cottages to rent, sleeping up to ten people. Visit our website to see our accommodation in Cornwall today!

North Coast > Boscastle > Camelford > Delabole > Port Isaac > Tintagel
This cosy, character cottage with modern amenities and a pretty, private garden is only 1½ miles from the sea. It provides an ideal base for a walking, surfing, fishing, golfing or simply a relaxing family holiday in North Cornwall.

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North Coast > Delabole > Padstow > Port Isaac > Tintagel
Thinking of a self catering holiday in Cornwall? Then why not visit Delamere Self Catering Cornwall, set in a secluded spot midway between Port Isaac and Tintagel.

★★★☆☆ Visit Britain
North Coast > Tintagel
Four stone cottages sleeping 2-4, completely secluded in the heart of St Nectan's Glen. With old beams, lead latticed windows; wood burning stoves and night storage heaters. There are walks through 22 acres of private gardens and woodland.

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North Coast > Boscastle > Bude > Camelford > Delabole > Crackington Haven > Tintagel
Self Catering accommodation in Crackington Haven.  A spacious sunny cornish bungalow, tastefully furnished, sleeps 2-5 people. Conservatory, enclosed mature gardens, 3 patios and seating. Quiet location, walking distance to beach. Brochure on request.

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North Coast > Tintagel
Beaver Cottages have been professionally converted from an old Cornish Farmhouse and are situated a short distance from the Coastal Village of Tintagel.


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