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Welcome to Bowood Park Hotel

Address: Lanteglos, Lanteglos, PL32 9RF

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Overlooking the championship golf course, this hotel has an award-winning restaurant, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The charming villages of Tintagel, Port Isaac and Boscastle are 15 minutes’ drive away. In the 13th century, Bowood Park was part of the Black Prince’s deer park. It is still set amid 230 acres of picturesque hills and woodland. The hotel has modern décor and luxurious fittings throughout. Each room has an en suite bathroom, a TV, and facilities for making tea and coffee. Guests can dine in the hotel’s restaurant, which offers British and international dishes, including local seafood. Cornish cream teas and a Sunday carvery are also available. The Bowood Park Golf Club has a course which meets USGA standards and is open all year round. Golf clubs and buggies are available for hire on site. The North Cornwall coast, with its surfing beaches and fishing villages, is 15 minutes' drive away.

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Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Distance 4.44 miles (7.11 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.