The fantastic ancient ruins of Tintagel Castle, reputedly the home of King Arthur’s Camelot and outstanding rock formations are at the forefront of the fabulously quaint town, Tintagel on the wild and rugged north coast of Cornwall. As well as the striking rocks along the cliff face, the shoreline and beaches are equally as stunning. Family-friendly beaches are just a short walk over the headland from the main town of Tintagel where the sea is safe and you can rest assured your child will have nothing but fun in the water.

4 cottages found 4 match all criteria.

Based in the small North Cornwall coastal village of Bossiney, The Round House a semi-detached dog-friendly holiday cottage, overlooking the beautiful land of North Cornwall. Close to Tintagel, The Round House is in a prime location for enjoying the sandy Cornish beaches, for a fun family getaway.

  • Sleeps 7
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 1

Coastal cottage in North Cornwall offering self-catering holidays in a quiet rural location with magnificent sea views over Trebarwith Strand. This Family-friendly farm cottage is a 20-minute walk to the local sandy beach and within easy reach of beaches at Tintagel, Port Isaac and Boscastle.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1

A family-friendly farm cottage in a quiet rural location in North Cornwall, Crowsnest is a coastal cottage offering magnificent sea and rural views of Trebarwith Valley and Trebarwith Strand. 5 mins drive from the beach and a short drive from Port Isaac, Boscastle and many other beaches.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1

The Garden Apartment is a small and romantic cottage for couples with sea views on the spectacular North Cornwall coast between Tintagel and Bossiney Cove. Features a wood burner, TV, double bedroom, and fitted kitchen. Close to great beaches, and stunning seaside scenery. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1

Tintagel is a bustling little village with a visit to the 14th Century Manor House known as the Old Post Office now managed by the National Trust, high recommended. It is also only a stone’s throw away from the fishing village of Boscastle which was tragically flooded in 2004. Take a visit and see for yourself how well the reconstruction has gone and enjoy a day out at the beautiful village deep in the valley. Between Boscastle and Tintagel lies St Nectan’s Glen, a beautiful walk culminating in an inspiring sixty foot waterfall at St. Nectan’s Kieve.