Things to see and do - Tintagel
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Tintagel Travel guide
Tintagel : Michelin's recommendations
Tintagel and the West Country have always been associated with the legend of Arthur, dating back to the 8C. There are perhaps some historical grounds for the character of Arthur the 5C-6C king, however it is much more certain that the story of his court and the search for the Holy Grail inspired some of the Europe’s greatest medieval writers, as well as more recent authors such as Tennyson and Swinburne...
Tourist attractions Tintagel : Things to see and do
st. Fore GB - Tintagel PL34 0DB
This small manor house with walls almost 1 m thick and undulating slate roofs dates from the 14C. The sober but pleasant interior contains country furniture.
rd. Castle GB - Tintagel PL34 0HE
The castle ruins are scattered about an impressive site overlooking craggy rocks and the sea: they include the walls of the chapel, dating from 1145, and the great hall. Furthermore, they were built upon the vestiges of a 6C Celtic monastery and othe..
Trebarwith Strand GB - Tintagel PL340HD
This 18th-century former corn mill provides first-class food and board, like a true traditional inn. The Mill House is on Cornwall’s north coast, between Port Isaac and Boscastle. The Mill is a charming stone building with a bar, dining room and ..
Bossiney Road GB - Tintagel PL34 0AX
This family-run hotel is on the North Cornwall coast, set in 2 acres of grounds overlooking the ocean. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking. Guests can enjoy views of both the countryside and the sea. Each room at Bossiney House Hotel also has a flat-..
Fore Street GB - Tintagel PL34 0DB
A 3-minute walk from Tintagel Castle, thought to be the birthplace of King Arthur, Tintagel Arms Hotel offers cosy accommodation on the stunning north Cornwall coast. A short stroll from many pubs and cafés, the hotel has its own restaurant, free Wi-..