Boscastle

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  • Tradewinds

    From £272.00
    Boscastle
    Sleeps 6 | 3 bedrooms

    Good family base to explore North Cornwall, close to sandy beaches, Tintagel and Bodmin Moor.

  • Mill End cottage

    From £90.00
    Mill End cottage
    Boscastle
    Sleeps 4 | 1 bedrooms

    Offering free WiFi and sea views, Mill End cottage is an accommodation situated in Boscastle. Guests staying at this...

  • Tintagel
    Sleeps 4 | 2 bedrooms

    These lovely holiday cottages form part of the owner’s 17th century farmhouse, which is located just 3/4 mile from mystical Tintagel with its fine selection of restaurants, pubs and shops and the...

  • Mariners Cottage

    From £279.00
    Boscastle
    Sleeps 3 | 2 bedrooms

    A cosy cottage in an AONB, minutes from Boscastle centre and only a few miles from Tintagel.

  • Port William Inn

    From £99.00
    Port William Inn
    Tintagel

    Situated between the dramatic cliffs of Trebarwith Strand, Port William Inn offers impressive sea views and a...

  • Penpethick Farm Holiday Home
    Boscastle
    Sleeps 6 | 1 bedrooms

    Penpethick Farm Holiday Home offers a good quality good value holiday. Based near the Cornish coast the...

  • Cobblers Cottage

    From £80.00
    Cobblers Cottage
    Boscastle
    Sleeps 2 | 1 bedrooms

    Cobblers Cottage is located in Boscastle. The accommodation is 39 km from Padstow. The holiday home includes 1...

  • Pollards Cottage

    From £389.00
    Tintagel
    Sleeps 5 | 3 bedrooms

    Yards from the clifftop, this 17th century cottage, has many original features, coastal path leads down to Boscastle and on to Tintagel.

  • The Wellington Hotel

    From £50.00
    The Wellington Hotel
    Boscastle

    In picturesque Boscastle, on the North Cornwall Coast, The Wellington Hotel features an award-winning restaurant and...

  • King Arthurs Arms

    From £70.00
    King Arthurs Arms
    Tintagel

    This family-run property in is located in the heart of Tintagel Village, just opposite the National Trust Old Post...

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