North Cornwall

           The Heritage is yours.

But what's the difference?????

The north coast of Cornwall stretches from Lands End to the Devon border.......whereas North Cornwall's heritage coast stretches from Bedruthan Steps near Porthcothan, just north of Newquay, to the Devon border near Morwenstowe.

 

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North Cornwall 

North Cornwall is a relaxing place to stay at any time of year.
An ideal location to explore the delights of Cornwall & Devon. Famous North Cornish landmarks include the legendary Tintagel with its castle ruins atop the craggy cliffs of North Cornwall. The quintessential pictures postcard that is Boscastle and the Widemouth heritage coast. Or why not leave the beach and wander inland a along pretty country lanes that are lined with countless trees and it seems that time has stood still. Visit the hidden churches such has Minster or Lesnewth, have a pub lunch at one of the many local Inns and Taverns and take a look at the very attractive villages off of the beaten beach track. You could bole out of Bowithick onto the wild North Cornwall moors or visit the railways and mines both working and disused. There are museums of slate, of Arthurian legend and in more recent history modern forces such has the RAF Museum at Davidstow or the Army at Bodmin. Galleries, Aquariums, Adventure Parks, Go Kart Racing, Laser Shooting, Farms and Farm shops, Craft Centres, Stately Homes, Castles, Gardens together with birds, donkeys, rare breeds, wildlife and seal sanctuaries. Cycle the the ever lengthening Camel Trail (about 16 miles of level track) passing from the edge of Bodmin Moor through woodland alongside the River Camel down the estuary to Padstow. Stop off at the bird watching hides. Further afield the choice widens. Whatever you want it's here.
Eating out is a pleasure in this area, with a wealth of good restaurants or country pubs to suit every occasion.

 

 

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