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County - Cornwall | Map
Tel code: 01208 | code search
Postcode: PL32 | code search
Population: 2500
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

Camelford Events

July
Delabole Carnival

August
Camelford Agricultural Show
Delabole Wind Fair
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Bowood Park
"Good Points: Had a very good breakfast. Bad Points: room 127 is directly over the kitchen extractor fan which was incredibly noisy unti 10.30 at night and started very early next ..." More

Bowood Park
"Good Points: room was spacious,beautiful views of the golf course if a golfer good to stay here Bad Points: outside was the noise of the air conditioning General review: basic accomadation

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Juliot's Well Holiday Park
"We hired a static caravan for a few days at this place, in September 2007. It was the first time we stayed in a caravan, so we didnít quite know ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Camelford | 10 Places to Stay

Choose Camelford as a holiday base and you're within hopping distance of the coast and its beaches on one hand, and Bodmin Moor on the other. This is the land which inspired the writings of Hardy and Tennyson - Beeny Cliff, Valency Valley, mythical Tintagel. It still inspires today, with Port Isaac the setting for hit films such as Saving Grace. Here you can watch the fishing fleet set sail at dawn, and find the day's catch on restaurant menus that night! There are superb sandy beaches, too - Bossiney, Crackington Haven and Trebarwith Strand - all suntraps sheltered by the dramatic cliff curtain.
Not surprisingly, every nook and cranny of this landscape has its story to tell. Tales of shipwreck and smuggling at Boscastle, of medieval mystery at Tintagel, of industrial heritage at Delabole Slate Quarry. Watching the kittiwakes soar above Bounds Cliff, rambling over the Iron Age ramparts of Rumps Point, wandering beside the waterfalls of Rocky Valley or making a pilgrimage to the shrine of St Nectan's Glen... wherever you go, take your time, and let the spirit and atmosphere of this beguiling place work its spell on you.

Accountant

Barkers Chartered Accountants
Collins & Russell

Attraction

Arthurian Centre
North Cornwall Museum & Gallery

Camping

Juliot's Well Holiday Park
Kings Acre Touring Park
Lakefield Caravan Park

Classes

Dance - H R Dance Wranglers

Cottage

Hilltop
Home Park Cottage
Juliots Well Cottages and Lodges
No 15 Tregoodwell

Dentist

Highfield Dental Practice

Doctor

The Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Parkway Estate Agency

Pub and Bar

Darlington Inn
Horseshoe Inn
Masons Arms

Restaurant

Ravalís Restaurant & Cafe

School

Camelford Primary School

Sir James Smithís School

Self-Catering

Juliot's Well
Juliots Well Cottages and Lodges
No 15 Tregoodwell

Solicitor

Sproulls

Taxi

Camel Taxis
Shirleys Taxis
Valency Taxis

Vet

Penbode Veterinary Group

Shops

John Parker
Camelford Florists
Kulfi Kids
The Camelford Gallery
R J Page Fine Art
Riverford Home Delivery
Heard Butchers
Cornish Maids Bakery
A1 Fruiterers
Market Place
Four Seasons Tea Room

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Places to Stay near Camelford

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The Countryman Hotel (0.20 miles)

The Countryman Hotel
Welcome to The Countryman a small, family-run hotel, situated just a two minute walk from the centre of the historic market town of Camelford. There are ten tastefully furnished and decorated bedrooms with ensuite rooms ... More | visit website
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No 15 Tregoodwell (0.45 miles)

No 15 Tregoodwell

Number 15 is just perfection, nestling between its neighbours in the hamlet of Tregoodwell, off an unmade lane with parking just in front of the cottage. Over 200 years old and for a time the ... More | visit website

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Lanteglos Hotel (1.32 miles)

Lanteglos Hotel
Lanteglos is undoubtedly special - a little piece of heaven in beautiful North Cornwall. From the moment that you arrive through the leafy entrance, youíll feel the peace and tranquillity, and youíll know that you ... More | visit website
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Lanteglos Country House Hotel (1.32 miles)

Lanteglos Country House Hotel

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Lanteglos is undoubtedly special - a little piece of heaven in beautiful North Cornwall. From the moment that you arrive through the leafy entrance, youll feel the peace and tranquillity

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Trewarmett Inn (2.95 miles)

Trewarmett Inn
A haunted traditional 17th C Inn overlooking Trebarwith Strand with views across Port Isaac Bay to Trevose Head. Trewarmett Inn is set in an ideal location on the North Cornwall coastline and is only a short ... More | visit website
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Reddivallen Farm (2.99 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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Paths End (3.21 miles)

Paths End

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Paths End is a spacious bungalow with large en-suite bedrooms, free parking and a large garden. It is located in the small village of St Teath with a good pub ... More

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The Mill House Inn (3.43 miles)

The Mill House Inn
The Mill House is situated on the North coast of Cornwall between the fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle. Camelot, King Arthur's legendary castle is located in the very next valley. Set in seven ... More | visit website
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The Willows Bed and Breakfast (3.63 miles)

The Willows Bed and Breakfast
The Willows is comfortable homley and peasefull bed and breakfast situated in a small hamlet a few minutes away from the magnificent coastline near Tintagel. The sandy beach of Trebarwith Strand is well known for ... More | visit website
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Port William (3.77 miles)

Port William

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A superb coastal inn offering 8 modern en-suite rooms, most of which have breathtaking views of Trebarwith Strand.Nestled in the cliffs, the Port William offers locals and visitors a warm ... More

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We are a small country with a large sense of its own importance - David Walliams
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Battle of Bramham Moor - 1408, Treaty of Westminster signed - 1674, First Man Utd Match at Old Trafford - 1910, 1st episode of Eastenders - 1985, Cocker's Contempt for Jackson at Brits - 1996
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