A cosy bolthole on the Cornish coast, this stunning little property provides a perfect base for any couple travelling alone or with a young child in tow. Situated in the magical village of Tintagel, you’ll find yourself within effortless reach of so many attractions when staying here. There’s a splendid little beach, lovingly referred to as Merlin’s Cove, along with local eateries and a historical castle less than half a mile away. The village is perched on the beloved South West Coastal Path which connects you to a seemingly endless supply of coastal walks and commanding scenery, offering an excellent opportunity for soaking up the beauty of the surrounding area.
Instantly welcoming and entirely homely, this traditionally appointed cottage offers a wonderful place to stay. Enter into the generously spaced-out kitchen/diner with plenty of room for staying fed and satisfied through your stay, before heading through into the adjacent lounge. With its inglenook fireplace and a wood burner set in, you’ll feel ever so cosy when you settle into a sofa or armchair. A single flight of stairs leads up to a mezzanine bedroom with a double bed, original beams and skylights, as well as the addition of an extra single bed just tucked around the corner – perfect for a child.
A stunning jewel on Cornwall’s coast, Tintagel is a delightful heritage village with so much to discover. With links to the legend of King Arthur, the castle its fascinating footbridge and the Gallos statue are well worth a tour. Discover more mystical wonders along the coast in the village of Boscastle (3.5 miles), spending time in The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic (4 miles). You can also venture into the countryside and explore Bodmin Moor (10.5 miles), a place where legends come to life at King Arthur’s Hall (13 miles) and the Trippet Stone Circle (15 miles).