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Arthur's Place

£637 - £1300 per week

Arthur's Place invites you to share in the myth and legend of Tintagel, with King Arthur's Castle just a couple of minutes' walk away. This well-equipped, and beautifully furnished property, boasts a stylish and modern feel throughout and is the ideal destination for exploring. Perfect for couples or families, you can even bring along your furry friend, and enjoy making holiday memories within the open plan living space or relax with a glass of wine on the Southwest facing decked area to watch the sun go down.

Nestled on the edge of this mythical town, it's a short walk to all the amenities, including individual shops, visitors centre, eateries and public houses and the South West Coastal path with breath-taking panoramic views, local cliff walks are some of the best that Cornwall has to offer, with fabulous golden sandy beaches all within easy access and charming coastal towns and villages to explore, you are sure to have a relaxing, carefree holiday at Arthurs Place. The pretty harbour villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac are also nearby, Camelford is approximately 4 miles away, Padstow, Wadebridge, the Camel Trail and the Eden Project are all within easy reach. There is a large dog-friendly beach at Rock, here you can take the ferry or water taxi over to Padstow you can also enjoy a few hours with Wavehunters seeking out the local wildlife, don't be surprised if Dolphins follow you. There are several Celebrity restaurants along the North coast, but make sure you book well in advance.


via parking area, stone step leading up to front door. Hallway with stairs to all bedrooms on first floor. Doors to:


WC and basin.

Sitting/dining/kitchen area

electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table with bench seats, corner sofa and chair, Smart TV.

Bedroom 1

king size bed, TV.

Bedroom 2

twin beds, hanging hooks.


bath with shower over, vanity basin and WC.

Outside area

decked area with picnic bench, steps down to lawn area.

Additional information

electric heating, WiFi, one dog welcome, short breaks available.


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Holidays in Tintagel

Famous for its Norman castle perched on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, Tintagel is a village steeped in history. With scenery unlike any other, the castle ruins nestled into the coastline give an awe-inspiring, fairy-tale like panorama not to be missed.

Located on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, Tintagel is a truly unique location that must be seen to be believed; ruins of the once powerful castle emerge from the rocky cliff edge, telling a story of times gone by. 

After exploring the quaint village, which simply must include a visit to the famous Tintagel Old Post Office, begin your ascent to Tintagel Castle and cross the newly completed bridge, reconnecting Tintagel’s divided landscape.

Did you know...

Tintagel is said to be the birthplace of King Arthur!

Things to do in Tintagel

No visit to Tintagel is complete without exploring Tintagel Castle and the history that encompasses it. In addition, Tintagel Old Post Office is well worth a visit; an atmospheric 14th century building, home to a display of Victorian postal equipment and furniture dating back to the 16th century.

Venture out of the village, and head to St Nectan’s Glen, the sacred site of a sixth century saint. Here you’ll find a magnificent 60 foot waterfall, which cascades into the beautiful valley below. 

If you’re in need of a relaxing day at the beach, Bossiney Cove, located just a mile east of Tintagel, has a beautiful small sandy beach.

Walks around Tintagel

Arguably one of most spectacular stretches of coastline along the South West Coast Path, this expanse of coast is wild and rugged. Don your walking boots and head north towards Boscastle, and south to Port Isaac.

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