Places to Stay
Places to Stay
The Countryman Hotel
North Cornwall Museum and Gallery
A town in the area of north Cornwall famous for dramatic writings (Hardy, Tennyson), Arthurian legend (Camelford = Camelot?) and a spectacular coastline. Between the coast and Bodmin Moor this lovely old town has a lot to offer the tourist.
It lies on the A39 north west of Bodmin Moor on the banks of the river Camel; there is an annual Carnival each October, and is only some 6 miles inland og the wonderful north Carnwall Caost, and quite close to Tintagel, so a good base for an exploring holiday!
Places to stay near Camelford centre:
Little Warmington (Cottage) Camelford (0.05 miles)
The Countryman Hotel (Bed and Breakfast) Camelford (0.14 miles)
Widewalls Barn (Cottage) Camelford (0.18 miles)
Silvermoon (Bed and Breakfast) Callington (0.37 miles)
No 15 Tregoodwell (Cottage) Camelford (0.45 miles)
Polmear Barn (Cottage) Camelford (0.46 miles)
Itchingstone Cottage (Cottage) Camelford (0.52 miles)
Cherry Tree Barn (Cottage) Camelford (0.52 miles)
Apple Tree Barn (Cottage) Camelford (0.52 miles)
Valley Truckle Bungalow (Cottage) Camelford (0.73 miles)
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Trebarwith Strand (3.94 miles) A National Trust sandy beach surrounded by rocks. This beach is covered at high tide! Facilities are available and a...
Bossiney Haven (4.20 miles) A sandy beach with difficult access. Dogs fine, pushchairs not! The cove is completely covered at high tide, so low...
Port Gaverne (6.67 miles) A narrow cove providing a small sheltered beach of pepples and sand. Facilities in the village and parking close by...
The Strangles (7.49 miles) A large beach of pepples and sand but with difficult access (a climb down from car park) it doesn't get...
North Cornwall Museum and Gallery (0.19 miles) A museum of life in Cornwall 50-100 years ago. Also a Tourist Information Centre. Regualr exhibitions on different aspects of...
Arthurian Centre (1.07 miles) Explore the legend.... Everything about Arthur including an exhibition, video presentation, plus a gift shop, nature trail and small children...
St Nectan's Glen and Waterfall (3.79 miles) St Nectans Glen is a an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walk to the Waterfall & Hermitage through an ancient...
Tintagel Old Post Office (4.20 miles) 14th-century yeoman's farmhouse now housing a small museum. A cottage garden can be enjoyed at the rear of the building...