This historic house dates back five centuries and has been the former home of many important figures. The beach and coast are on your doorstep, while many top Cornish attractions are also close by.
Perched atop the grassy cliffs of Tintagel, the rustic Old Borough House is certain to provide guests with everlasting memories of the Cornish coast. It is no surprise Sir Francis Drake decided to call this charming sea-view cottage home, and even less surprising that guests still flock to this 500-year-old house centuries later. Whether you're drawn to the sand, sun or surf, this historical spot caters to all who seek a homely retreat.
The Old Borough House is peppered with period features; exposed oak beams, open fireplaces and slate floors hint at its history, while familiar 21st century comforts, including a conservatory and an outdoor BBQ, will help you feel at home. Its humble interior combines natural sandy pastel colours with sharp black and white touches, which perfectly reflect its unique blend of antique and contemporary decor.
Walk just 1 mile southwest and you will find local cafes, bars and shops, or if you are feeling a touch more adventurous, then take an extra half-mile stroll to Tintagel Castle and Merlin's Cave to explore the legends of King Arthur against the mystical backdrop of this Cornish haven. It's only a 3-mile drive to Boscastle, or keen walkers can hike there along the South West Coast Path to discover amazing views, wildlife and geology. Whether you choose to relax or explore, make sure you're home in time to watch the rich, vibrant sunset from the comfort of your patio.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.