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Tintagel Castle

Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE, England
+44 1840 770328
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US$ 367.17*
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Private, Full-Day Tour to Port Isaac, Padstow, and Tintagel from Cornwall
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US$ 367.17*
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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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  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE, England
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Reviewed today via mobile

My wife and I loved our time here. We spent hours waking around the site learning about the history of those that lived here over the centuries. The ruins are wonderful to walk and explore and the information boards are great in terms of explaining...More

Thank Keith A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lots of walking!!!! And steep steps not for the faint hearted but well worth the climb as the views were amazing - 21 pound for a family ticket kept us busy for most of the day weather was good and we timed it right to...More

Thank Faye2274
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ok where to start. Parking, park at the first car park you see (also for coaches) and it is £3.90 all day, not pricey in my opinion. Village is usual fayre of gift shops, nice toy shop and bakeries and eateries. The castle, there are...More

Thank James C
Reviewed yesterday

We were lucky with the weather, sunny and not too strong wind! Beautiful scenes! If we would have more time, could spend there all day, just relaxing!!

Thank Liene K
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wonderful place. First went here in the 70s but keep going back. Will wear you out with all the walking though!

Thank Freddie V
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

To be honest I spent 10 years avoiding it - crowds were always massive and the weather always seemed too good to be traipsing around a ruin when I could be on a beach...so it was on a windy and slightly rainy day we visited...More

Thank Matt D
Reviewed 3 days ago

The route to the top is very steep and sensible clothing and footware is recommended however the views at the top were spectacular as a very keen photograph I was able to get some really incredible shots so for me and my wife this was...More

Thank Colin D
Reviewed 3 days ago

There are shuttle land rovers to avoid the walk from the village to the castle, but we trudged along like most people. Unfortunately, it was the school holidays and there were hordes of visitors - there were queues to access the path up to the...More

Thank Titch-the-Witch
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I came here with my wife and children . Costs for entry were reasonably priced . The attraction it's self is massive and they provide a shuttle jeep for those who want to save there legs . There are a lot of steps so people...More

Thank sean o
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very enjoyable day out kids loved the walk over the cliffs and the visit to Merlin's cave scrambling over rocks beautiful village local crafts and good food with a decent choice

Thank stud8
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Sabrina M
7 August 2017|
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Response from Helen H | Reviewed this property |
I don't have children so I'm not sure how helpful I can be. To get to the cafe and main base should be fine as you can always take the minibus which travels up and down the hill frequently but to get to the actual ruins... More
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tomandjayne
28 July 2017|
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Response from Hungryfeesh | Reviewed this property |
Yes dog friendly site .....and because of this everyone who has a dog takes it with them .....good if you have a sociable dog ....less good if not
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Sharonself
6 July 2017|
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Response from kazzacola | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I've only just seen your post. I'm not sure but English Heritage are in charge of the Tintagel site so they would be the best people to speak to I guess. I hope that helps.
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