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BOSCASTLE HOLIDAYS

Riverside wanders, witchcraft and Cornish tradition

Visit Boscastle

An idyllic escape awaits at the pretty little village of Boscastle, where a bustling harbour packed with fishing vessels has made way for a holiday hotspot packed with charm and history. Home to the Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle Blowhole, and many splendid riverside restaurants, there is much more to this Cornish gem than just its picturesque location, making it a perfect location for North Cornwall holidays.

Boscastle Cottages

Staying at one of our Boscastle cottages, you’ll be surrounded by an eclectic combination of Cornish cuisine, magical history and breathtaking hillside strolls that will steal your heart away.

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The Old Rectory

This cosy B&B, a 10-minute drive up the road in Boscastle, is set in peaceful Cornish surroundings. It’s here that the famous author Thomas Hardy first met and fell in love with his wife.

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A Local's Guide to Boscastle

Nestled in the crook of a steep valley at the confluence of three rivers, Boscastle is an unspoilt fishing village on the dramatic North Cornwall coast. The historic, natural harbour sits in an impressive amphitheatre of steep flower-clad cliffs and is home to quaint stone-built cottages with higgledy-piggledy rooftops, gently trickling streams and a collection of shops and tearooms – it’s impossibly photogenic.

A local’s guide to Torpoint

At the northern end of the Rame Peninsula (a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the bustling town of Torpoint offers excellent views of the River Tamar and across the water to the bright lights of Plymouth. Known as the gateway to Cornwall, it provides an ideal base for holidaymakers wishing to explore both South Cornwall and Devon.

A magical village

Small it may be, but the village of Boscastle packs an almighty punch. One of its most prominent features is the Museum of Witchcraft, home to the world’s largest collection of witchcraft memorabilia – a spookily fabulous place to while away the time!

When planning a time to visit, be sure to check out the events calendar, as every April the village hosts the Boscastle Walking Week, and there are many unique festivals celebrating Cornwall’s quirkiness throughout the year.

Adorned in history thanks to its former life as a bustling Cornish fishing village, be sure to catch the impressive sight of the Boscastle Blowhole at the entrance to the harbour. There are plenty of riverside pubs and restaurants to appease a hungry appetite too; choose whatever you fancy.

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