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Welcome to Treveighan Farmhouse

Address: Treveighan Farm, Treveighan, Bodmin, Cornwall, Lanteglos, PL30 3JN

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Located in Treveighan, 2 miles from Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Treveighan Farmhouse B&B sits in a traditional farmhouse with a conservatory bathed with sunlight offering panoramic views of the countryside. Free WiFi is available throughout. Individually decorated, the rooms come with a flat-screen TV, iPod-dock and wardrobe. They also have tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries and bathtub or shower. Every morning, guests will enjoy a fully cooked breakfast featuring home-cooked and locally sourced ingredients, along with a selection of cereals, fresh fruit, yogurts, strawberries and blueberries from a local farm. Local activities include walking and cycling, and secure bike storage is available at the property. The famous Eden Project is 18.6 miles away and Port Isaac is 7 miles away, while guests can go surfing just 10 miles away.

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Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Distance 5.76 miles (9.22 km)
In all seasons, Tintagel is truly a magical place. With its spectacular location on Cornwall's most dramatic Atlantic coastline, Tintagel is a place of myths and magic, where the legend of King Arthur was born. See Atlantic breakers crash against the cliffs and through Merlin's cave as you climb the path to Tintagel Island. Visitors can take the rugged trail across to the island and experience the breathtaking views at the place where it is said that Arthur, child of the beautiful Queen Igraine lived. The ruins of the 13th century stronghold of the Earls of Cornwall remain and still have the power to inspire. The cliffs of Tintagel lie at the heart of a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Rich in flora and fauna they provide breeding grounds for sea birds, lizards and butterflies.