Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Museum of Witchcraft
Thriving fishing village boasting a small port and harbour. Lots of facilities for tourists here - cafes, restaurants & shops, and the famous Cobweb Inn. Famous for a few reasons (apart from the floods!) one one which being the place where Thomas Hardy met his wife. Wonderful coastal walks on the South West Coast Path.
The Youth Hostel (details below) is located in the former harbour stables and is a very popular base for walkers.
Historic Accommodation near Boscastle centre:
Cobblers Cottage (Historic Accommodation) Boscastle (0.13 miles)
Tregullan Cottage (Historic Accommodation) Boscastle (0.38 miles)
The Jamaica Inn (Historic Accommodation) St Neot (10.10 miles)
Slate Cottage (Historic Accommodation) Bodmin (11.93 miles)
White Hart Hotel (Historic Accommodation) St Austell (24.28 miles)
Pentillie Castle And Estate (Historic Accommodation) St Mellion (25.23 miles)
The Wellington (Historic Accommodation) St Just (58.33 miles)
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Bossiney Haven (2.02 miles) A sandy beach with difficult access. Dogs fine, pushchairs not! The cove is completely covered at high tide, so low...
The Strangles (3.69 miles) A large beach of pepples and sand but with difficult access (a climb down from car park) it doesn't get...
Trebarwith Strand (4.05 miles) A National Trust sandy beach surrounded by rocks. This beach is covered at high tide! Facilities are available and a...
Crackington Haven (4.72 miles) Small, but popular beach in a deep bay surrounded by dramatic tall cliffs (good shelter from winds). Mainly pebbles with...
Museum of Witchcraft (0.45 miles) The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia. The museum...
St Nectan's Glen and Waterfall (1.64 miles) St Nectans Glen is a an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walk to the Waterfall & Hermitage through an ancient...
Tintagel Old Post Office (2.89 miles) 14th-century yeoman's farmhouse now housing a small museum. A cottage garden can be enjoyed at the rear of the building...
KIng Arthurs Great Halls (2.89 miles) Indoor attraction dedicated to the Arthurian legends and open from March to October. The Hall was first opened in 1933...