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Tregatta Cove
Tintagel

£666 - £1550 per week
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Tregatta Cove is a charming Cornish cottage situated in the sleepy hamlet of Tregatta, just a short distance from the mythical town of Tintagel. In an area of outstanding national beauty, this really is the perfect escape away from it all. Comfortably sleeping six and being stylishly furnished, this pretty cottage is the ideal all year round getaway for the family or friends, even your four legged friends are welcome. Enjoy Summer evenings sitting in the garden taking in the sea and countryside views or winter evenings snuggled up in front of the woodburner listening to the rolling Atlantic waves in the distance.

Enjoy coastal walks along the nearby south west coastal path (500m away). Ideally located to visit many of the wonderful villages along this north coast, the sandy beaches are within a few minutes' drive at Trebarwith Strand (Dog friendly all year). 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. Shops, pubs and restaurants all within 1 mile.

Entrance

via parking with one step into the hallway, wooden stairs to first floor landing, doors leading to:

Kitchen/dining room/sitting room

electric oven, hob, fridge/freezer, belfast sink, washing machine, dishwasher, dining table with six chairs, Sitting area with large sofa, chair and woodburner, Smart TV, French doors to front garden.

Stairs leading to first floor

wooden stairs to first floor landing.

Family bathroom

bath with shower over, stone basin, WC.

Bedroom 1

twin beds.

Bedroom 2

double bed, desk and chair. Stairs from landing to second floor with desk and chair, countryside views.

Bedroom 3

double bed, velux windows with countryside views and sea glimpses, sliding door to en-suite shower room with corner shower unit, stone basin, WC. Woodburner flue runs through this room.

Outside areas

small front garden with shed, across path to rear lawned garden with shed and raised decking area with countryside and sea views.

Additional information

Electric heating. Tregatta Cove is accessed via 5 steps and handrail from the parking area. May not be suitable for those with mobility restrictions. The path is shared with the neighbouring property and the garden is gated. WiFi, up to two dogs welcome, short breaks available.

 
 

We had a beautiful stay at at Tregatta cove. The cottage exceeded our expectations and had everything we needed and more. Lots of room and amenities for us, our two children and our we dog. We especially like the raised deck in the garden and the close proximity to the coastal path. Highly recommend this house. It’s very tastefully furnished. A home from home

May 2022

Tregatta Cove was a great place for us to stay. My wife & I, grown up son and 2 fairly large dogs loved it. Tintagel itself is a bit disappointing but everything else about the area and Cornwall in general was amazing. I haven't been to Cornwall for 40 years or more and really & truly had a fantastic time. We walked a lot, the coastal path being 5 mins away from the cottage (cross county if you choose), ate a lot and explored a lot. St Ives, Newquay, Crantock, Padstow, Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and so much more were great.The Fish House in Fistral Beach, Newquay was very good. Prawn on the Lawn in Padstow was very, very good. Port Gaverne Restaurant & Hotel gave us a good meal too. We really enjoyed the Old Mill Inn a few times with several pints of Mena Dhu Cornish Stout consumed more than once. We were there the first week of November and everywhere was quiet and accessible. Only, took us 6 hours to drive home to West Yorkshire via Bristol which isn't too bad either. All in all a brilliant holiday.

October 2021

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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.

What our guests say...

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We had a beautiful stay at at Tregatta cove. The cottage exceeded our expectations and had everything we needed and more. Lots of room and amenities for us, our two children and our we dog. We especially like the raised deck in the garden and the close proximity to the coastal path. Highly recommend this house. It’s very tastefully furnished. A home from home

Tregatta Cove was a great place for us to stay. My wife & I, grown up son and 2 fairly large dogs loved it. Tintagel itself is a bit disappointing but everything else about the area and Cornwall in general was amazing. I haven't been to Cornwall for 40 years or more and really & truly had a fantastic time. We walked a lot, the coastal path being 5 mins away from the cottage (cross county if you choose), ate a lot and explored a lot. St Ives, Newquay, Crantock, Padstow, Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and so much more were great.The Fish House in Fistral Beach, Newquay was very good. Prawn on the Lawn in Padstow was very, very good. Port Gaverne Restaurant & Hotel gave us a good meal too. We really enjoyed the Old Mill Inn a few times with several pints of Mena Dhu Cornish Stout consumed more than once. We were there the first week of November and everywhere was quiet and accessible. Only, took us 6 hours to drive home to West Yorkshire via Bristol which isn't too bad either. All in all a brilliant holiday.

Tregatta Cove was a excellent location to visit Cornwall with only a short walk to the beach and the town centre. Beautifully presented the house had everything you could possibly need with ample room for 6. Would definitely recommend a stay here.

The house is beautifully furnished and decorated. Lots of added design features such as reclaimed timber walls shows the owner put a lot of thought into the the style and design. A very stylish house. First time staying in this area and the house is in an ideal location to visit the surrounding area, polzeath great for surfing, just check the route first before trusting the sat Nav as mine took me down little roads that were barely wide enough for one car! Trebarwith beach nearby only takes coins in the car park and if tempted to take the SW coastal path from the house be warned it’s not for the faint hearted.

Beautiful, well equipped cottage within easy reach of the South West coastal path. Lovely views from the deck in the garden.

We had a fabulous week at Tragatta Cove. A really well located cottage in walking distance to Tintagel, Trabarwith Strand and Bossiney, with sandy beaches and coves to explore and lots of great places to eat and drink. The cottage is also located a short drive to Port Issac and Padstow. We can’t wait to go back.