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Welcome to The Wellington Hotel

Address: The Harbour, Boscastle, PL35 0AQ

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In picturesque Boscastle, on the North Cornwall Coast, The Wellington Hotel features an award-winning restaurant and real ale bar. The historical building offers cosy log fires and scenic views. Waterloo Restaurant serves a creative menu featuring quality local produce and homemade puddings. The bar features exposed beams and open fires, and offers West Country ciders and ales. With free Wi-Fi and traditional decor, the rooms each have a flat-screen TV/DVD player. All rooms have Fairtrade tea/coffee with Cornish biscuits, and a private bathroom with free toiletries. The Wellington Hotel has an elegant guest lounge in the impressive turret, offering views across the Valency Valley. Guests can also relax in the leafy gardens, and free on-site parking is available. Just a 5-minute walk from the medieval Boscastle Harbour, The Wellington is surrounded by Cornish countryside. Boscastle village is a 10-minute walk away, and the South West Coast Path is 500 metres away.

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Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Distance 3.14 miles (5.02 km)
In all seasons, Tintagel is truly a magical place. With its spectacular location on Cornwall's most dramatic Atlantic coastline, Tintagel is a place of myths and magic, where the legend of King Arthur was born. See Atlantic breakers crash against the cliffs and through Merlin's cave as you climb the path to Tintagel Island. Visitors can take the rugged trail across to the island and experience the breathtaking views at the place where it is said that Arthur, child of the beautiful Queen Igraine lived. The ruins of the 13th century stronghold of the Earls of Cornwall remain and still have the power to inspire. The cliffs of Tintagel lie at the heart of a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Rich in flora and fauna they provide breeding grounds for sea birds, lizards and butterflies.