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Cornwall Attractions

Situated in Englands West Country, Cornwall is a super county with plenty of opportunities for great day trips. Awash with history,the regions has attractions that are ancient and industrial, small and grand. Notable places to visit include the rugged North Cornwall coast, Tintagel, The Eden Project and Bodmin Moor.

 
Museum of Witchcraft

Museum of Witchcraft

The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia. The museum has been located in Boscastle for over forty years and is amongst Cornwall's most popular museums.

Hotels near Museum of Witchcraft
The Riverside5 starfrom £40.00
Bridge House3 starfrom £40.00
The Riverside5 starfrom £40.00
The Wellington Hotel3 starfrom £45.00
The Old Parsonage5 starfrom £130.00
 
Tintagel (King Arthur's) Castle

Tintagel (King Arthur's) Castle

For visitors and locals alike, the walk from St Materiana's Church at Tintagel on the Coastal Footpath to the Castle, is a beautiful and breathtaking experience. The peace and tranquillity of the area is captured while you walk and take in the beauty of the rugged coastline. The special path is suitable for walkers and wheelchairs alike and takes you to near the Inner Walls of the Tintagel Castle. Many years ago the original Castle was split in two by the force of the sea and you now have to traverse some steep steps to arrive at the Castle gateway. (You can however approach the bottom of the steps of the Castle on a different route via a Land Rover service). The Castle, which is in ruins, was the fortress used by King Arthur in those long gone days and the Duchy of Cornwall are now owners of the property. It is operated and maintained by English Heritage.

Hotels near Tintagel King Arthurs Castle
The Cornishman Inn from £102.50
The Wootons from £60.00
King Arthurs Arms4 starfrom £56.00
Tintagel Arms Hotel from £45.00
Gordon House B and B from £70.00

 
Kit Hill Country Park

Kit Hill Country Park

A wild, rugged granite hilltop famous for its fine views and fascinating history, Kit Hill forms a dominating feature, a focal point for miles around. Climbing to just over 1000 feet above sea level (333m), it is the highest point of the Hingston Down ridge. At the summit, three viewing tables help you identify features in the surrounding countryside, including Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor, the Tamar Valley and Plymouth. On a clear day the Eddystone Light is visible.

Hotels near Kit Hill Country Park
Kendall Green from £36.00
St Anns Cottage BandB from £60.00
Sandhill House Country House Retreat from £80.00
The Tavistock Arms Hotel3 starfrom £40.00
Woodovis Park5 starfrom £45.00
 

Other Attraction in Cornwall

  • Bodmin Moor - First farmed over 4000 years ago by bronze age settlers Bodmin Moor is of one the last great unspoilt areas in the South West.
  • Veryan Castle - The largest Iron Age Barrow.
  • Falmouth Maritime Museum - Housed in an award winning building on the Falmouth harbour-side, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall transports you into the world of small boats and Cornish maritime history.