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Minster Cottage
"A delightful cottage at the top end of the High Street in Boscastle with excellent facilities. The only slight negative was the fact that you had to pay for the ..." More

The Wellington Hotel
"We visited the restaurant and the food was OK. ..." More

Lower Pennycrocker Farm
"Great basic site with wonderful views clean ammenities Owners very nice Will be going back in july for a long weekend

Date visited: 28june 08 ..." More

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Boscastle is an idyllic village on the north Cornish coast, with it’s unspoilt Medieval harbour, ancient woods, and white washed cottages dating back to the 15th Century. Take a walk along the harbour or village with it’s jumble of cottages, and, if you listen at low tide the ‘Blow Hole’ can be heard. There are a choice of boat trips on offer that depart from the harbour to Long Island or perhaps sea fishing may tempt you. The quaint shops have much to offer, or why not visit the Museum of Witchcraft which houses the largest collection of witch items in the world. St Juliot church has links with the great novelist Thomas Hardy when he worked on the restoration of it, and is where he met his wife. The old Castle Mound dates back to 1100 AD and is all that remains of Bottreaux Castle, or perhaps follow the coastal footpath along the cliffs to King Arthur’s Castle perched high above the sea at Tintagel, the mystical scenes beguile the visitor, surrounded by legend of King Arthur, and Merlin’s Cave. Three rivers, three churches, three inns, and Boscastle’s magic weaves it’s spell on many a visitor, again and again.

Accountant

Raymond Taylor Hayes

Attraction

Museum of Witchcraft
The Museum of Witchcraft

Camping

Lower Pennycrocker Farm

Church

St Juliot's Church

Doctor

Bottreaux Surgery

Hostel

YHA Boscastle

Pub and Bar

Cobweb Inn
Napoleon Inn
Wellington Hotel (The)

Restaurant

Harbour Restaurant
Old Manor House
Riverside Restaurant Ltd
Spinning Wheel
The Bottreaux
The Wellington Hotel
Tolcarne House Hotel & Restaurant

School

Boscastle Primary School

Self-Catering

Classic Cottages

Solicitor

Christopher Key & Co

Taxi

Camelot Taxis
Valency

Shops

The Picture Parlour
The Old Forge Gallery
Boscastle Bakery
Boscastle Gallery
Rocky Road Crystals
Things
The Millers Pantry

Activities

Tredole Trekking & Riding Stables(Riding)

Places to Stay near Boscastle

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Boscastle House (0.02 miles)

Boscastle House
Boscastle House B&B offers stylish, spacious, luxury accommodation overlooking the spectacular Cornish coast. Situated in a commanding position at the top of the village, Boscastle House has extensive views over Boscastle's tumbling roofs towards the North ... More | visit website
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Trerosewill Farm (0.10 miles)

Trerosewill Farm

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Trerosewill Farmhouse multi award winning luxury bed and breakfast offers you a warm welcome to Paradise! All our rooms en-suite (with spa baths or power showers), and with little touches ... More

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The Old Parsonage (0.20 miles)

The Old Parsonage
This beautiful Georgian house is situated in peaceful surroundings on the edge of the picturesque village of Boscastle, with flower strewn ancient farming 'stitches' and the spectacular south west coast path literally on the doorstep. ... More | visit website
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The Wellington Hotel (0.34 miles)

The Wellington Hotel
Fifteen superbly refurbished en suite bedrooms. A fantastic fine dining restaurant that was refurbished by BBC Changing Rooms after the devastating flood of 2004. The modern British menu is created using local Cornish produce which ... More | visit website
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Reddivallen Farm (1.28 miles)

Reddivallen Farm
Award winning 5 Star Gold Award guest accommodation. A secluded 17th century farmhouse and luxury converted barn on a working organic farm close to Boscastle and Tintagel and its heritage coastline. Relax in this peaceful ... More | visit website
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Classic Cottages (1.91 miles)

Classic Cottages
One of the few sheltered harbours on the north coast, Boscastle became famous in 2004 due to the devastating floods that swept through the village. The community has recovered remarkably well, and Boscastle is once ... More
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The Old Rectory (1.91 miles)

The Old Rectory
Proud to be holders of the English Tourism Council Five Stars and Gold Award for the ninth year running and a Gold award for the GTBS. Recommended in many national and international newspapers and magazines ... More | visit website
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Bossiney House Hotel (2.35 miles)

Bossiney House Hotel
The Bossiney House Hotel is a family-run hotel, superbly located on the North Cornwall coast of England, near the historic castle towns of Tintagel and Boscastle.
The hotel's accommodation has both sea and countryside views, easy ... More | visit website
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Trevenna Lodge (2.88 miles)

Trevenna Lodge
Our 4, high quality, exceptionally well equipped rooms will provide the perfect base for visitors looking for Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Tintagel.

Trevenna lodge is situated in a peaceful location, only 2 minutes walk to ... More | visit website
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Bosayne (2.88 miles)

Bosayne

Julie and Keith welcome you to Bosayne – a charming eight bedroom Edwardian Bed & Breakfast and self catering Holiday Cottage. Doubles, singles, twins & family rooms available Bosayne lies only 300 metres from the ... More | visit website

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