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Inns in Tintagel

The Mill House Inn
Trebarwith
Tintagel
Cornwall

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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 acres of it's own wooded valley and garden, the former 18th century corn mill now provides first-class food and board as a traditional Inn. The Inn itself is a charming stone building with a bar, dining room and residents' lounge downstairs, all of which benefit from wood fires. Upstairs, there are eight extremely cosy double rooms (with bathrooms en suite). All accommodation is simply but tastefully furnished with the emphasis on the linen and comfort. Come and unwind at the Mill House...our dedicated and friendly staff are on hand to make sure your stay is relaxing. Cornwall is full of natural beauty. With its vast array of beaches and spectacular scenery the county has a lot to offer to every visitor. Trebarwith is an excellent base for a holiday in Cornwall. Nothing is far away. Fantastic beaches, rolling surf, the coastal path, great golf courses and stunning attractions all within easy driving distance. The surfing beach at Trebarwith Strand is one of the finest in Cornwall and is situated half a mile down the valley from the Mill House. Tintagel, the home of King Arthur is also within easy reach. The popular villages of Rock and Padstow are but a stones throw away, and for the younger visitor Flambards Victorian Village and Amusement Park is approximately an hours drive away. Cornwall has many things to offer the active visitor. Numerous paths and coastal routes explore some of Cornwall’s most picturesque views, and the Camel Trail either by bicycle or by foot is a popular choice. There are also many water sports and activities available locally such as sailing, surfing and diving.

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