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Price and Availability Index in Tintagel
Holiday Letting Price Information in Tintagel
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Tintagel. Holiday letting prices are the highest in July (20/07 - 27/07). Holiday letting prices go down to £63 per night in January (12/01 - 19/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Tintagel
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Tintagel. In one week of December (22/12 - 29/12), 63% of the holiday homes are booked. Conversely, it is in October (05/10 - 12/10) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
Explore the legend of King Arthur at a Tintagel holiday cottage
Cosy Cornish cottages are the order of the day when it comes to Tintagel accommodation, either overlooking the Atlantic or in a rural location with plenty of space. Cornwall's popularity as a holiday destination ensures a huge range of other types of accommodation as well, such as log cabins, apartments, and accommodations with a pool.
Michelin-starred restaurants or beachside takeaway? The choice is yours
Padstow punches above its weight when it comes to fine dining, with famous chefs such as Paul Ainsworth and Nathan Outlaw operating Michelin-starred restaurants in the area. Padstow's reputation as a foodie town is, in no small part, due to Rick Stein, whose seafood empire was built in the town. Choose from the town's many formal eating options or just grab some fish and chips and enjoy them in the open air. Tintagel itself has a good range of shops selling basic self-catering supplies, and there are farm shops at Boscastle and close to Port Isaac selling locally grown produce.
Follow the footsteps of King Arthur at Tintagel Castle
Nobody knows for sure whether King Arthur and his knights ever set foot in Tintagel, but what is certain is that there has been a fortress on the site since Roman times. Tintagel's connection with King Arthur was first proposed in the 12th century, and today, visitors can explore Merlin's cave down on the beach, scale the steep steps up to the top of the outcrop, and find out what life was like for people who lived there 1,300 years ago. Don't miss the visitor centre, where you can learn more about Arthurian legend and the history of Tintagel castle, and there's also a tea room serving scones, sandwiches, and snacks. If you can't face the walk up the steep hill back to the village, there's even a Land Rover shuttle to speed you back up.
North Cornwall's prettiest villages close to Tintagel
Holiday cottages in Tintagel put you in prime position for exploring the best North Cornwall has to offer. Bude, to the north, is famous for its wide, sandy beach, and the Atlantic waves that batter the shore are perfect for surfing and other watersports. Boscastle has an unusual natural harbour, and Port Isaac, Polzeath, and Rock are popular with well-heeled visitors from London and beyond. Newquay attracts a younger party crowd and is the place to go for a wild night out.
Cornwall's south coast is also just a short drive from Tintagel, and Fowey, Looe, and Polperro are all postcard-perfect fishing villages with cafés, shops, and restaurants catering to visitors. Make the most of your Tintagel accommodation by exploring popular spots early in the morning or later in the evening, when the daytrippers have gone home.
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