Tintagel Cottages

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    Delightful three-bedroom holiday home in the heart of Tintagel, with a first floor balcony. Flexible zip/link bedroom. WiFi. Patio with wonderful views. (Ref. 923128)

    7 nights from £449

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    Detached holiday home, short walk from the town centre. Ground floor accommodation. TVs with Sky Q in bedrooms and sitting room. Conservatory with lovely views. Camelford 6 miles. (Ref. 936436)

    7 nights from £319

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    Wonderful three bedroom detached farmhouse cottage near to Tintagel. Lovely garden surrounding a pond and picnic table. En-suite bathroom with large freestanding bath. Wonderful views and short distance to the fantastic beaches. Tintagel 1 mile. (Ref. 948006)

    7 nights from £439

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    One of our Cornwall cottages in a small village half a mile from Tintagel. Great sea views. Open plan living. Superb surfing nearby. Wadebridge 12 miles. (Ref. 2958)

    7 nights from £271

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    One of our lovely, stone built Tintagel cottages. On the owner's smallholding, sea views from garden, short walk to the beach. Camelford 6 miles. (Ref. 3836)

    7 nights from £472

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    Welcoming ground floor stone cottage with distant sea views on the owners' smallholding. WiFi. Single storey. Romantic retreat. Tintagel 0.5 miles. (Ref. 918337)

    7 nights from £271

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    Delightful, spacious lodge with a hot tub and spectacular views on a holiday village at Bossiney Bay located on the coast road between Boscastle and Tintagel. Peaceful and relaxing with a short walk down the cliff path to a lovely sandy beach. (Ref. 929561)

    7 nights from £399

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    Luxury 2 en-suite bedroom lodge with hot tub located at Bossiney Bay, a short walk to the beach, the coastal path and Tintagel. Luxury accommodation in a superb location for touring the stunning north Cornwall coast. Camelford 6 miles. (Ref. 951403)

    7 nights from £518

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    Cosy romantic studio cottage near Tintagel. Woodburner, WiFi, private sun trap garden and easy walks to the Cornish coastal path at Bossiney Cove. (Ref. 14431)

    7 nights from £251

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    A delightfully cosy cottage in a secluded glen leading down to the sea at Bossiney Cove. Peace and quiet assured in beautiful surroundings. Tintagel 1 mile. (Ref. 980)

    7 nights from £345

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Just show me Tintagel Cottages

Natural settings don't come more dramatic than Tintagel, nestling atop rugged, windswept cliffs, with dazzling views of coast and countryside. Legend has it that King Arthur was born here. Just two reasons to book a Tintagel cottage.

See and do near your Tintagel cottage

Pick up local leaflets and interesting 'Arthurian' facts at the Visitor Centre then head for Tintagel Castle, perched precariously on land linked to a small island at Tintagel Head. Steeped in myth and legend, it's a place to linger and soak up the atmosphere.

Explore the 13th Century ruins, visit Merlin's Cave and lunch in the beachside cafe. Unravel more mysteries at King Arthur's Great Halls situated in the village and featuring splendid stained glass windows.

Also in the village is the National Trust's Old Post Office, an ancient yeoman's farmhouse with a delightfully wonky roof. There are all kinds of buildings here, some medieval, some Victorian, others modern and everything sits happily side by side creating a village full of character and charm.

When you fancy a bite to eat, choose from restaurants, tearooms and cosy pubs. Other amenities include a play area, toy museum, pottery and gift shops.

The South West Coast Path runs through the village, promising walks with amazing views like the spectacular 9-mile stretch to Boscastle. Beach lovers, combers and surfers, meanwhile, should aim for the golden sands of Trebarwith Strand. Also close by is St. Nectan's Glen, an important spiritual site with holy well and waterfall.

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