Local Attractions

The Cornishman Inn is situated in the village of Tintagel set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast. Tintagel has dramatic sea views all within walking distance. This is a spectacular place, steeped in myths, mystery and beautiful coastal path walks.    The village and nearby Tintagel Castle are associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and The Knights of The Round Table. The Cornisman Inn is an ideal place to be based for exploring the surrounding area. Tintagel Castle Tintagel Castle is part of the English Heritage Trust and is within 3 minute walk from The Cornishman Inn.   The castle is rumoured to have been the birthplace of King Arthur. This is a must see if you are visiting as the cliff-top backdrop views are not to be missed. Merlins Cave Merlins Cave is the name given to the cave located beneath Tintagel Castle. It is a sea cave formed by marine erosion along a thrust plane between slate and volcanic rocks. The lower portion of the steps  down to the cave have been washed away and it is necessary to clamber down some boulders to reach the beach. The cave fills with water at high tide but has a sandy floor and is explorable at low tide. St Materiana's Church Saint Materiana's Church stands proudly on the cliffs between Trevena and Tintagel Castle and is a listed Grade 1 Church. The Church is a fine expample of Norman architecture and contains an array of historic artefacts.     Tintagel Old Post Office Tintagel Old Post Office is part of The National Trust and is only 100 metres away from The Cornishman Inn. This is one of the most delightful medieval buildings, enchanced by a cottage garden. King Arthurs Great Halls   A fascinating walk through the Arthurian legend the building houses a collection artefacts including the granite throne and legendary round table. Bossiney Cove Beach  Bossiney Cove is a beautiful hidden gem.  This sandy beach is only accessible at low tide via a footpath over farm land and steep man-made steps down the cliff.   Trebarwith Strand Trebarwith Strand is a long stretch of sandy beach with plenty of rock pools at low tide, just south of Tintagel. This beach is popular with surfers.    Boscastle  Boscastle is a village and fishing port on the North coast of Cornwall and is 5 miles northeast of Tintagel. It is famous for the epic flooding of a few years ago. When here why not visit the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic this is one of the most visited museums in Cornwall. Port Isaac Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village with a vibrant local community in North Cornwall. It is a must see for all Doc Martin fans has this is the fictional home of the TV series. Poldark and Saving Grace also are assocatied with this village. It's a truly picturesque villate with narrow winding streets lined with whitewashed cottages that head down to the harbour where you can watch local fishermen landing their daily catch of fish, crab and lobsters. Bodmin Moor Bodmin Moor, is one of Cornwall's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a remote heather covered upland granite still grazed by moorland ponies. Bodmin Moor was densely populated during the Bronze Age and numerous fascinating archaelogical remains have been uncovered.   There are also many walks around the Tintagel area like Barras Nose and Rocky Valley but if you would like to go further afield have a look at some of these other walks in the area.   When you have finished exploring the local area why not relax in our spectacular flowered terrace or enjoy the large garden where the children can enjoy playing in the play area. 
Reservations: +44 (0)1840 770238
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Merlins Cave Entrance
Reservations: +44 (0)1840 770238

Local Attractions

The Cornishman Inn is situated in the village of Tintagel set on the rugged North Cornwall coast with dramatic sea views and all within easy walking distance. This is a spectacular place, steeped in myths, mystery and beautiful coastal path walks.    The village and nearby Tintagel Castle are associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and The Knights of The Round Table. The Cornisman Inn is an ideal place to be based for exploring the surrounding area. Tintagel Castle Tintagel Castle is part of the English Heritage Trust and is a short walk from The Cornishman Inn.   The castle is rumoured to have been the birthplace of King Arthur. This is a must see if you are visiting as the cliff-top backdrop views are not to be missed. Merlins Cave Merlins Cave is the name given to the cave located beneath Tintagel Castle. It is a sea cave formed by marine erosion along a thrust plane between slate and volcanic rocks. The lower portion of the steps down to the cave have been washed away and it is necessary to clamber down some boulders to reach the beach. The cave fills with water at high tide but has a sandy floor and is explorable at low tide. St Materiana's Church Saint Materiana's Church stands proudly on the cliffs between Trevena and Tintagel Castle and is a listed Grade 1 Church. The Church is a fine example of Norman architecture containing an array of historic artefacts.     Tintagel Old Post Office Tintagel Old Post Office is part of The National Trust and is only 100 metres away from The Cornishman Inn. This is one of the most delightful medieval buildings, enchanced by a cottage garden. King Arthurs Great Halls   A fascinating walk through the Arthurian legend the building houses a collection artefacts including the granite throne and legendary round table. Bossiney Cove Beach  Bossiney Cove is a beautiful hidden gem.  This sandy beach is only accessible at low tide via a footpath over farm land and steep man-made steps down the cliff.   Trebarwith Strand Trebarwith Strand is a long stretch of sandy beach with plenty of rock pools at low tide, just south of Tintagel. This beach is popular with surfers.    Boscastle  Boscastle is a village and fishing port on the North coast of Cornwall and is 5 miles northeast of Tintagel. It is famous for the epic flooding of a few years ago. When here why not visit the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic this is one of the most visited museums in Cornwall. Port Isaac Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village with a vibrant local community in North Cornwall. It is a must see for all Doc Martin fans has this is the fictional home of the TV series. Poldark and Saving Grace also are associated with this village. It's a truly picturesque villate with narrow winding streets lined with whitewashed cottages that head down to the harbour where you can watch local fishermen landing their daily catch of fish, crab and lobsters. Bodmin Moor Bodmin Moor, is one of Cornwall's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a remote heather covered upland granite still grazed by moorland ponies. Bodmin Moor was densely populated during the Bronze Age and numerous fascinating archaelogical remains have been uncovered.   There are also many walks around the Tintagel area like Barras Nose and Rocky Valley but if you would like to go further afield have a look at some of these other walks in the area.   When you have finished exploring the local area  why not relax in our spectacular flowered terrace or enjoy the large garden where the children can enjoy playing in the play area. 
Merlins Cave Entrance
The Cornishman Inn, Tintagel, Cornwall All images © Kestrel Solutions Tel: +44 (0)1840 770238    CLICK ME TO E-MAIL THE CORNISHMAN INN       SITEMAP     SITEMAP.XML  Website designed and realized by   Kestrel  © Kestrel / The Cornishman Inn  2017  All Rights Reserved.