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Tintagel Castle

Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE, England
+44 1840 770328
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US$ 371.89*
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Private, Full-Day Tour to Port Isaac, Padstow, and Tintagel from Cornwall
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US$ 371.89*
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Full-Day Guided Private Port Isaac, Padstow and Tintagel Tour from Devon
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This brooding 13th-century castle sits on the rugged and spectacular Atlantic coast in Cornwall, which recalls the myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. New exhibition explores the stories linking Tintagel to King Arthur which includes a 3D model of the site illustrating how it has changed over the centuries. Dog friendly and child friendly, this is a great day out for all the family.
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  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE, England
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Reviewed today

This was our second visit. English Heritage have been busy replacing and improving the information boards and these are now clear and very good. There was an archaeological dig going on whilst we were there, and some of the archaeologists were on hand with a...More

Thank Fleur50
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lovely day out, bring a picnic, sit on the beach or on the island and let the world go by and chill out, Lots of steps so be warned and £2 for the land rover to take you back to the top of the hill...More

Thank maverickandgoose
Reviewed yesterday

We visited here on a sunny day in July, an easy walk down to the sheltered cove and then all the steps up to the ruins. Sensible footwear is a must, the steps are of different heights, but there is a handrail which for me...More

Thank janmag2015
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Got there on my morning run and the hill was still closed. Not sure if i would have payed the entry fee. Sounds like a lot of visitors think it not worth it. The cave and the curch are a good alternative when you are...More

Thank Tomschter
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visiting the castle on a sunny summers' day gave my wife and I the benefit of enjoying the stupendous views of the Cornish coastline in ideal conditions. The history of the castle was fascinating as was the ruins that remain. The only issue I had...More

Thank DaveBAmersham
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I love tintagle great for little walking . Lots to see and do , little shops coffee shops and pub . Some lovely old places to see . There is a charge to get in the castle but you have to experience it , I...More

Thank Mrs M B
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited on a busy, sunny day. the views are breathtaking- as are some of the cliffs you can get scarily close to the edge of! Staff are very helpful. There is a shuttle landrover for those less mobile to get up and/or down the...More

Thank EJS84
Reviewed 3 days ago

Definitely worth walking through this whole area exploring the history as well as the rugged coastline scenery. Must have suitable footwear and fitness levels. School aged children seemed to love it too. On a bank holiday week end it was not full of people on...More

Thank Pam Q
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was our second visit, an enjoyable one too. My 5 year old son and I love history and this was a must visit! It is definitely a place to see if only once. There is quite a bit of walking to do, a lot...More

Thank Miss Daniella A
Reviewed 4 days ago

For those people who have complained about the climbing and stairs, I'm not sure how they can miss it! We came in on a path from the church nearby, but you can see the castle ruins on the island the whole time, and it's obvious...More

Thank Cindy M
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Sharonself
6 July 2017|
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Response from ItsMeYouSee | Reviewed this property |
There is a car park in very close proximity to the castle. I did not see any motorhomes when I was there. The entrance to the car park is fairly narrow and parking is limited, it's not an overly big car park.
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butler69
26 May 2017|
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2 October 2016|
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Response from cynicalwitch | Reviewed this property |
You can use the Land Rover shuttle to get to and from the base of the cliff. Merlin's Cave and the shoreline are places of interest, but the main event (so to speak) is the castle and the views up there. It's a long steep... More
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