The star of Tintagel is the ruins of the castle of Arthurian legend. The path to Tintagel Head and the castle is well signposted from the village, where visitors can buy Arthurian souvenirs and books. The cave of Merlin, King Arthur's wizard, can be accessed when the tide is low. King Arthur's Great Halls visitor attraction attempts to create a possible court scenario complete with throne where visitors are encouraged to add substance to the myths. Enjoy browsing for self catering cottages in and near Tintagel in the West Country.
About Cottage Breaks in Tintagel
The coastline around Tintagel is rugged and challenging for coastal path walkers although they may be rewarded by hidden coves and the stunning beach of Trebarwith Strand if they manage to descend to when the tide is low. North of Tintagel is the charming village of Boscastle which has recovered from its devastating floods.
A self catering holiday near Tintagel would be interesting at the very least. A car would be required for days to family friendly beaches along the Atlantic coast. Visitors to Cornwall soon notice that surfing is a Cornish passion and equipment can be hired on almost every beach of a reasonable size. Other water sports that can be enjoyed are kite boarding, canoeing and coasteering; all good healthy fun. Your family holiday to Cornwall may result in new skills and hobbies. Find family self catering in Cornwall, perhaps near Tintagel for a fabulous active and memorable break.
Other places to visit on holiday are small picturesque fishing villages such as Port Isaac, the Eden Project or a selection of other beautiful gardens, the wilds of Bodmin Moor and the Camel Estuary for sailing and messing around on the water.
Find family self catering accommodation in Cornwall, perhaps near Tintagel, for a fabulous active and memorable break.
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