Places to Stay
The Garden Apartment
Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Screech Owl Wildlife Park
About Castle An Dinas
1 mile North of the A30 at Goss Moor (OS Map 200; ref SW 945624) near St Columb Major. Access is easy, once you find the right road. Follow the minor road East-South-East from the A39 roundabout at St Columb Major. Castle an Dinas is marked on the road sign at this roundabout. The turning to the hillfort is about a mile and half along this road. A car-park is located about 400 metres up this track.
Castle-an-Dinas is one of the largest and most impressive hillforts in Cornwall, sited in an imposing position on the summit of Castle Downs with extensive and panoramic views across central Cornwall to both north and south coasts. It dates from around the second and third centuries BCE and consists of three ditch and rampart concentric rings, 850 feet in diameter and standing 700 feet above sea level.
Information and photo courtesy of Cornwall Heritage Trust
Goss Moor, St Columb Major, website
Closest town: St Columb Major
Places to stay near Castle An Dinas:
The Round House (Holiday Park) St Columb Major (0.28 miles)
Tregathillian Holiday Park (Holiday Park) St Columb Major (1.24 miles)
Baytree Cottage (Cottage) St Wenn (1.25 miles)
The Garden Apartment (Cottage) St Wenn (1.43 miles)
Penty-lowarth (Cottage) St Columb Major (1.53 miles)
Ferngully (Holiday Park) St Columb Major (1.66 miles)
Forget-me-not (Holiday Park) St Columb Major (1.66 miles)
The Annex, Ruthvose (Apartment) St Columb Major (1.80 miles)
Little Willow (Cottage) St Columb Major (1.84 miles)
Retreat Cottage (Cottage) St Columb Major (1.98 miles)
Want to see more? Click for Lots more Castle An Dinas accommodation nearby
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Cornish Birds of Prey Centre (2.61 miles) For an interactive, educational, and ultimately fun day out in North Cornwall try The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre in...
St Breock Downs Monolith (3.95 miles) 3½ miles South West of Wadebridge off A39 (OS Map 200; ref SW 968683)
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Camel Creek Adventure Park (4.74 miles) Heaps of family entertainment in this fun theme park. Open February to early November....
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Mawgan Porth (6.74 miles) Large, popular sandy beach seven mile north of Newquay. Swimming and surfing are good, but not a low tide. Lots...
Whipsiderry (7.15 miles) Small quiet beach just north of Porth and part of Watergate Bay. Really only feasible at low to mid tide...
Porth (7.21 miles) A large sandy beach with good access and facilities. No dogs in the summer months. Great for families....
Lusty Glaze (7.53 miles) Just north of the main beaches at Newquay is this treasure of a beach populated by all sorts of water/sand...