BoscastleCopyright Lewis Clarke

Boscastle is a splendid old village with a picturesque harbour and a jumble of cottages whitewashed and otherwise, with three rivers rivalling the sea here for photogenic attraction... Read More

Hotels in Boscastle - 7 places to stay

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The Wellington Hotel

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 | Double Room: From 29 | visit website

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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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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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Tintagel Arms Hotel (2.89 miles)

Tintagel Arms Hotel
The Tintagel Arms Hotel dating back to around 1750 is set in one of the most breathtaking locations in Cornwall, Lee and Sharon welcome locals and travellers alike and pride ourselves in our friendly warm ... More | visit website
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King Arthurs Arms (2.89 miles)

King Arthurs Arms
King Arthur's Arms is a 4 Star family friendly Inn/pub, providing good food and comfortable bed & breakfast accommodation all year round. Ground level access has no steps and is easily accessible by wheelchairs and ... More | visit website
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Camelot Castle Hotel (2.92 miles)

Camelot Castle Hotel

Sitting proudly in Tintagel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, the stunning 64 bedroom Camelot Castle Hotel offers rooms with magnificent panoramic views over the rugged Cornish coastline ... More | visit website

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The Wootons (2.94 miles)

The Wootons Country Hotel was converted from a private house constructed in Victorian times for the local doctor. No expense was spared to modernise the hotel with panelled or tiled bathrooms in all the rooms ... More | visit website
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Trewarmett Inn (3.24 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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The Willows Bed and Breakfast (3.50 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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