Tuesday, 12 July 2016

www.aroundaboutbritain.co.uk Pendrin Guest House, Tintagel, Cornwall

Pendrin Guest House, Tintagel, Cornwall
Pendrin Guest House, situated near Tintagel, famous for Tintagel Castle with its links to the legend of King Arthur; offers bed and breakfast accommodation in 9 guest rooms that are available throughout the year in this beautiful part of the south west coast of Cornwall. 
 We can provide packed lunches on request at an extra charge and we have bicycles for hire with bicycle storage facility for those who wish to bring their own bicycles. Luggage transfers and private parking is also available. 

Pendrin Guest House is a stone’s throw from The South West Coastal Footpath and a ten minute walk from Tintagel Castle Ruins, Castle Beach and Merlin’s Cave. Other attractions in the village are The Old Post Office which is a National Trust Property, and King Arthur’s Great Hall where the story of King Arthur is told. 
A twenty minute drive away is Port Isaac which is featured in the television series Doc Martin. Padstow is a 30 minute drive and the fishing village boasts many restaurants and shops and of course is home to Rick Steins Fish Restaurant but book early as it is very popular.

Newquay is 45 minutes away and if you enjoy surfing this is the place to try out a few waves. St Michael’s Mount is an hour and a quarter away and when the tide is out you can walk across the causeway but fear not when the tide is in, a boat carries you back and forth. The Eden Project is an hour’s drive away and is well worth a visit.
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