Three Services Museum at WWII Airfield
Tintagel Castle is one of the most visited historic sites in Cornwall. Although its history dates back to the Romans, it is believed to be the birthplace of King Arthur and so is surrounded with legend and mystery. It is set high on the dramatic North Cornwall coast giving the most wonderful panoramic coastal views.
This sacred site at Saint Nectan’s Glen where the River Trevillet has carved its way through Late Devonian slate and created a magnificent 60 foot (approx.) waterfall and then punched a hole through the original kieve (basin) where the water now cascades into a beautiful valley.
The Old Post Office owned by the National Trust since 1903 is centrally placed within the village. A small medieval hall house dating back to the late 1300s and was used as a Letter Receiving Office for the area in the 1870s. It has a lovely collection of samplers and the rear garden is charming.