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This place is temporarily closed This brooding 13th-century castle sits on the rugged and spectacular Atlantic coast in Cornwall, which recalls the myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. New exhibition explores the...more
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Tintagel Castle Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE, England
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Thank goodness the land rovers were running as it’s a fair trek without them down to the beach and stunning waterfall. Worth a visit though as beautiful and great to look up at the new bridge .... the caves are great for a wander too.
The bridge is a feature in its own right and could do with more technical information on its construction. Site access is greatly improved and you need to book a time slot to visit - also in high winds the bridge is closed.
The Castle ruins are in a very picturesque location, the views are phenomenal though it was very windy the day we went. Overall I enjoyed the experience though I was a little disappointed that there was very little reference to King Arthur.
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The bridge is amazing, you feel it moving in the wind and some of the slate are not wedged together so they move when you step on them which made me jump!
Incredible views from the top, really dog friendly and I would 100% recommend...More
Visited Tintagel Castle after the installation of the new bridge. As a result it is much easier to take in the whole site (on each side of the peninsula). The bridge is very impressive and not at all scary to walk on!!! There is now...More
On a very windy but sunny day I walked the new bridge. It was a lovely design with slate footpaths on it. As it was so windy I had to hang onto the handrail. I wandered around the ruins and my husband did all the...More
The day we picked to visit was a beautiful,sunny day, we've always wanted to see Tintage lCastle and we were not disappointed. The little town itself is very lovely, lots of shops, restaurants and yummy handmade fudges, King Arthurs Great Hall was great fun where...More
Recently had a wonderful stay in Tintagel. As guided by another reviewer, you really do not need to visit the ruins. If you walk to the church, turn right along the South West Coast Path, you can see everythi ng and take photos. Follow the...More
The roads to Tintagel are narrow. Typical of this area, I'm told. So if you can brave the roads, and don't mind paying for parking once you reach the village, then this attraction (or historic site, depending on your opinion) is well worth a visit....More