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Heather Cottage

£441 - £900 per week

Heather Cottage is tucked away in a small courtyard, en route to St Nectans Glen, and its fabulous woodland walks and waterfall. The cottage is in an ideal location for exploring the pretty harbour villages and only a short drive to Tintagel, steeped in Myth and Legend, with craggy coves for the adventurous, or a short drive will bring you the the popular beach of Trebarwith Strand. This lovely home for four is on one level with an open plan living area to enjoy family meals and a days catch up, or just snuggle down in front of the TV for a relaxing evening planning the next days adventures.

St Nectan's Glen is a beautiful sacred site on your doorstep with woodland walks to the waterfall and cafe'. Close by is the historic town of Tintagel, steeped in mythology, with a plethora of small shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs to explore. You can walk the breathtaking coastal path to Boscastle, a quiet harbour village with delightful craft shops, cafes and quaint fishermen's cottages. You are also close to some of the finest of Cornwall's beaches and resorts - Polzeath, Padstow, Daymer Bay, Widemouth, Bude and Port Isaac, are all ideal for days out. Heather Cottage is ideally located to enjoy coastal walks along the nearby South West Coast Path and visit many of the wonderful villages and towns along this north coast of Cornwall. The nearest villages are Tintagel, Boscastle and Camelford and the pretty harbour villages of Port Isaac are nearby. Padstow and Wadebridge (connected by the Camel Trail cycle route) are within 20 miles. There are sandy beaches within a few minutes drive at Trebarwith Strand and Bossiney Cove. Polzeath and Widemouth are close for surfing and the Eden Project is 30 miles.


from car park, front door leads into:

Sitting/dining/kitchen area

electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dining table and four chairs, sofa, one chair, smart TV.

Bedroom 1

double bed.

Bedroom 2

twin beds.

Shower room

shower, WC and basin.

Additional information

electric heating, WiFi, short breaks available.


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1 Jan - 5 Feb441
12 Feb - 19 Feb504
26 February450
5 Mar - 19 Mar468
26 March486
2 Apr - 16 Apr594
23 April477
30 April495
7 May - 21 May504
28 May738
4 June585
11 June621
18 June657
25 June738
2 Jul - 9 Jul783
16 July846
23 Jul - 20 Aug900
27 August846
3 September621
10 September558
17 Sep - 24 Sep522
1 Oct - 8 Oct495
15 Oct - 22 Oct558
29 Oct - 10 Dec441
17 Dec - 31 Dec612
31 December720


1 Jan - 4 Feb441
11 Feb - 18 Feb504
25 February450
4 Mar - 18 Mar468
25 March486
1 Apr - 15 Apr594
22 April477
29 April495
6 May - 20 May504
27 May738
3 June585
10 June621
17 June657
24 June738
1 Jul - 8 Jul783
15 July846
22 Jul - 26 Aug900
2 September738
9 September657
16 September522
23 September504
30 Sep - 7 Oct495
14 Oct - 21 Oct558
28 Oct - 16 Dec441
23 Dec - 31 Dec720

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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