Cornish Valley View B&B

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We are located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a short distance from the picturesque Harbour of Boscastle one of Cornwalls most romantic beauty spots. Just a short drive from Tintagel with its castle and legends and Crackington Haven with its majestic cliffs and geology. Our local pub just a 5 minute walk away serves great food and has also featured in the Doc Martin Series. Thomas Hardy also spent may years in the local area being influenced by its beauty.

Tintagel

Tintagel

Another of North Cornwalls Historic Coastal Gems. A place of Castles and Arthurian Legends. A place of inspiration to Artists and Writers. In the Village you will find 'The Olde Post Office' as well as a variety of shops and a very pleasant walk to the foot of the castle island. Stunning coastal views can be gained from the castle itself or Barras Nose. Explore the near by magical St Nectarn's Glen with its stunning waterfall or go swimming from the secluded Bossiney cove.

Boscastle Harbour

Boscastle Harbour

The historic picturesque fishing village of Boscastle with its Medieval origins and distinctive harbour is one of Cornwall's most romantic places. Its a village steeped in History and has influenced many an artist and author over the years and continues to do so. The Boscastle Artists Cooperative is one not to miss. Around Boscastle you will find the coastwatch tower, old Forge Gallery, the 'Blow Hole', Valancy Valley and Minster church and woodland, Forrabury and 'the Stitches' and much more.

The Castle Bude Heritage Centre

The Castle Bude Heritage Centre

A Heritage Centre and Gallery in one. A great place to find out more of the natural history of this delightful seaside town and surrounding area. Hear you can learn about the origins of this dramatic landscape. The early years, shipwricks, crafts, the civil war to present day. The Gallery is open to the public and offers a various exhibitions throughout the year for established artists and local community groups. Well worth a visit!

Millook Haven

Millook Haven

A geologists dream of a place with its high cliffs and zig-zag strata. A beach made of smooth pebbles and course sand. A great place to visit whilst out walking.

Crackington Haven

Crackington Haven

A wonderful little haven with majestic towering cliffs and astonishing geology. A good little surfing beach when the tide goes out and reveals all its lovely golden sand.  There are public conveniences and two delightful cafes. The Coombe Barton Inn is a great place to have an evening meal and watch the sun go down. There are some great circular walks from Crackington Haven too.

Widemouth Bay

Widemouth Bay

A great place for surfing or learning to surf. Several surf schools operate from this beach which is served well with lifeguards, public conveniences and cafes. The kind of place you can just rock up to, unload the car with your towels and buckets and spades and relax for the day.

 
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