Come and explore our four unique villages,Boscastle, Tintagel, Port Isaac and Crackington Haven. Each are situated along dramatic unspoiled coastline North Cornwall. Stunning scenery abounds providing something new to enjoy in every season. Walking & cycling are popular activities in this area, also renowned for its wildlife. There are beautiful churches, historic buildings and winding country lanes bordered by Cornish hedges. There’s something for everyone nearby; from moors and river valleys inland to beaches and harbours on the coast; from stately homes and museums to potteries and galleries; from Arthurian legends to extreme sports.
In October the Boscastle Festival of ‘Real Food’, Arts & Crafts and the April Boscastle Walking Week are hosted here. This beautiful location has also been used for filming many productions such as Doc Martin and Saving Grace.
The National Trust manages much of the landscape. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with Conservation Orders and Sites of Specific Scientific Interest, the blossoming tourism industry has been sensitively developed.
The Visitor Centre in Boscastle provides a rich array of information and services, including accommodation booking. Our event listings on this website will help you plan your visit.
Please click here to download this full colour accommodation and information guide plus Boscastle map & Environment Agency Boscastle flood information.