Tintagel - legendary birthplace of King Arthur

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Situated in Tintagel, legendary birthplace of King Arthur, looking out on the wild rugged coastline of Cornwall sits

Bosayne B&B


Atlantic Road



PL34 0DE

Tel: +44 (0)1840 770514

Email: enquiries@bosayne.co.uk 

Click for North Cornwall AONB - Pentire Point to Widemouth


Carbon Zero reducing our environmental footprintWelcome to Bosayne

a charming eight bedroom Edwardian Bed & Breakfast 

and cosy self-catering Holiday Cottage



Rugged North Cornwall coastline - A short stroll from BosayneBosayne lies only 300 metres from the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean, as they crash on the dramatic cliffs and coves of North Cornwall.


A warm welcome awaits guests in the comfortable surroundings of our home.

With strong eco-friendly principles, we do our best to minimise the impact our business has on the environment. Living within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) brings its own rewards and responsibilities.  Recycling, energy and water saving are all everyday practices. We use Local, Organic and Fairtrade produce whenever we can.  Bosayne is a business supporter of Cornwall Wildlife Trust and a recognised Carbon Neutral business.


Free WiFi  using BT Infinity (superfast) broadband connection is available in all guest areas.


Tintagel Island and CastleThe centre of Tintagel is only a two minutes stroll from our front door and is steeped in history and folklore.  King Arthurís legendary birthplace, Tintagel Castle, is the main drawing point for tourists.  The English Heritage site sits perched high on the cliff-tops with Merlin's Cave running beneath.  In the heart of the village is the oldest Post Office in Britain - a National Trust gem of by-gone days.

Trebarwith Strand - Perfect for surfing and family fun


In close proximity, and easy walking distances for those who wish to, are Bossiney Cove and Trebarwith Strand.  Both are great family friendly bathing and surfing beaches.


Outdoor  enthusiasts will find walking and cycling routes crossing the countryside and trailing the sea on coastal paths.


Cornwall is also very spiritual and contains many sites with standing stones including The Hurlers, Man An Tol and Trethevy Quoit to name but a few. 


Of significant importance is St Nectan's Glen - a top 10 spiritual site in the UK.  St Nectan's with its spectacular waterfall is only a short 3-mile walk/drive from Tintagel. 


Bosayne is also only 27 miles from the world famous Eden Project and a little further towards Mevagissey is the Lost Gardens of Heligan


For that extra bit of privacy and freedom we also offer a cosy one-bedroom self-catering cottage located at the rear of the main house.

Walking the Coastal Path with heavy backpacks? ....... Why not take advantage of our baggage transfer options


There are 4 guest parking spaces in our car park to the rear of the house.  Also ample free on-street parking on Atlantic Road itself.


We have lockable storage for bicycles if required.


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To check availability for specific dates and direct reservations we recommend guests use the live On-line Calendar and Booking facility above


We look forward to welcoming you.



Julie and Keith





Thanks to all our guests for contributing their reviews

and helping us achieve this Certificate of Excellence for the 2nd year running


 4-Star rating since October 2008   Working towards a greener Cornwall  SW Path Walkers welcome  Cyclists welcome   


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