16th Century original smugglers Inn located near the top of the hill on the Old High St in this beautiful Coastal village. Children & dogs welcome.
- View : Sea/ocean, harbour, village
- Children welcome
- Setting : Historical, Picturesque
- Windsurfing spots at 15km
- Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Pets accepted
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Refurbished in 2014. The cottage has a new fully equipped, oak kitchen with a freestanding island and new appliances. It has a large farmhouse style kitchen with a large pine table and welsh dresser. A new master bedroom with a super king bed and a new bathroom en suite. High Speed Infinity Internet.
Interior Cottage with View: sea/ocean, harbour, village
Exterior Holiday lettings in Setting: historical, picturesque
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Boscastle has a Pretty Natural harbor run by The National Trust. The Napoleon Inn, with excellent food and drink is 2 mins down the road. It is close to the Camel Valley, The Eden Project, Bodmin Moor and Jamaica Inn. Boscastle is on the coast where Romantic Novelist, Rosamunde Pilcher set her books and where Daphne Du Maurier set her books like Rebecca. Boscastle together with Port Isaac is where Doc Martin was filmed for TV. There are old churches within walking distance from the cottage, like St Juliets and Minster Church. St Juliet's is where Thomas Hardy met his wife and there is a beautiful etched window dedicated to him. Tintagel with King Arthurs legend and castle is 10mins away. Take a bike ride down the Camel Valley and visit the wineries or the tea rooms on route. Spectacular views and hiking on coastal paths. Golf course at Rock and sandy beaches a stone's throw away with surfing and swimming. Come and enjoy Boscastle.
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The village is steeped in history and has many picturesque cottages, especially in the old village which is nestled away behind the hustle and bustle of the harbour. This is where The Inn is situated, just a few doors up from the 16th Century Napoleon Inn.