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B and Bs in Tintagel

Bosayne
Atlantic Road
Tintagel
Cornwall

PL34 0DE | View map
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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 rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean, as they crash on dramatic cliffs and coves. A warm welcome awaits guests in the comfortable surroundings of our home.

As an eco-friendly family we do our best to minimise the impact our business has on the environment. Recycling, energy and water saving are all everyday practices. We use Local , Fairtrade and Organic produce whenever we can. Bosayne is now a Carbon Neutral business.

All rooms are tastefully furnished and have a wash basin, toiletries, remote control colour television, clock radio alarm, hairdryer and hospitality tray. All non en-suite rooms are provided with a bath robe. Rooms are serviced daily, unless requested otherwise by guests

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Ratings/Awards: VisitEngland 4 Stars; Green Tourism Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 8

Price per Person

Double: Standard rate £70
Single: Standard rate £35
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Tourist Board Inspected
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