Tintagel


Bossiney Beach and its neighbouring Benoath Beach become one at low tide in the sheltered Haven below Bossiney Hamlet once the parliamentary seat of Sir Francis Drake. The beautiful sandy beach is a very popular spot with the locals.

Trebarwith Strand and Bossiney Bay offer great surfing, fishing and scuba diving. Trebarwith Strand offers many facilities including surf board and wetsuit hire, and is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer.

Tintagel is the mythical birth place of King Arthur and is dominated by the Castle ruins.
The rugged coastline is spectacular with 200 feet cliffs and secluded bays.

The Moor is dominated by the dramatic granite tors which tower over the sweeping expanses of open moorland. It has provided inspiration for many writers, poets and sculptors.

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Other places of interest include The 14th Century Old Post Office,
The halls of Chivalry
St. Nectans Glen, Rocky Valley and Boscastle Harbour.

We would be more than happy to arrange a round of golf at the Bowood golf club,
Fishing trips aboard Pegannia, horse riding, cycle hire or a days trout fishing.

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