King Arthur's Arms Inn
Tintagel .. King Arthur's Country
We are a family run, family friendly, inn, public house offering 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Tintagel situated opposite the National Trust property, The Old Post Office.
All our rooms have hair dryers, freeview flat screen TV's and tea and coffee making facilities. Access to ironing board and iron, shoe cleaning machine, boot drying machine, books, games, cot and highchair.
There is choice of breakfast including full English breakfast.
The bar's stock real ale and most of the leading brand lagers as well as a wide choice of draught Cornish ales and Cornish cider.
In our 2 bars we offer a varied menu including home made daily specials. Our menu includes good selection of homemade dishes, which does mean that all the dishes are not always available. The meat used in our food is locally sourced whenever possible from a local farmer/butcher from St.Tudy and all milk and cream comes from a local farm at Delabole.
The pub also has a large projection screen, discrete TV's 'for those important sports events'. Pool table and dart board for exercise and entertainment. Free W.Fi acess so you can bring along your laptop.
There is also a free to use ATM machine in the main bar.
We are generally open 364 days a year from 9am till midnight.
Tintagel in 1259 known as Trewarvene, in 1284 known as Trevene, in 1399 known as Trevena and originally known as Tre-War-Veneth Ďfarm on the hillí
For centuries Tintagel with its powerful atmosphere has been a place of inspiration for poets, composers and artists, including Turner and Tennyson. More recently Tintagelís magnificent scenery has delighted the modern equivalents of the movie and television program makers from home and abroad.
The dramatic setting of Tintagel castle, straddling the mainland and the island, seems to give credence to the myths and legends associated with it. Reputedly the ruins we see today were built on the site of an ancient fortress that would have been used by the ancient kings of Cornwall. We are convinced that our King Arthur was one of these kings. Todayís remains date from 1236 and the Earl Richard , second son of King John. The castle was added to during the 14th century by Edward he Black Prince, who was the 1st Duke of Cornwall. By the 17th century the ruins that survived had became known as King Arthurís Castle. The relentlessly pounding seas around our coastline has taken its toll on the landscape and much of the land that was around the castle has fallen away.
Tintagel is not only historic, we have beautiful beaches within easy reach, both sheltered secluded coves and family beach with lifeguard cover (summer months only) for all to enjoy. bring your surf or body boards or just hire them for your holiday
In short come and see for yourself.
Here are a few pointers
King Arthur's Castle.
Old Post Office.
King Arthur's Great Halls.
Miles of beaches along the coast of Cornwall.
Fifteen, Jamie Olivers restaurant at Newquay
Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant cookery school at Padstow.
Port Issac the setting for Doc Martin.
The Camel Trail that follows the river Camel and is a designated bike and walker trail that goes from Wadebridge to Padstow. Bikes for hire.
Lanhydrock House and Pencarrow stately homes near Bodmin.
Eden project at St Austell.
Lost Gardens of Heligan also not far from St Austell.
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This page was last updated: 04 March 2016