Bossiney Bay Holiday park is surrounded by lush green countryside that is distinctive of Cornwall, Bossiney Bay is located within a short level walk to the historical town of Tintagel where you will find shops,pubs,restaurants and cafes,It is a peaceful and restful place to stay that you may never want to leave.
Across the road from Bossiney Bay you will find the cove,a beautiful dog friendly beach, though tidal, its well worth a visit.
At Bossiney Bay we offer an exclusive range of lodges and cottages for your perfect
Around Bossiney Bay
When visiting Tintagel it is unthinkable that anyone would want to leave out one of it's crowning glories. The castle.
There has been a castle, or at least, a high status building, on this site since the Dark Ages.
Home at one time to Edward the 'Black Prince' the castle is , perhaps, best known as the legendary birth place of King Arthur. The baby Arthur being handed over to Merlin the magician in the cave beneath the castle that still bears his name.
King Arthur's Great Halls
One of the loveliest buildings in the area and the
brainchild of Frederick Glasscock who loved the legends so and founded his own chivalric order which still meets in the 'Halls' designed by him.The 'Halls' houses the worlds largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite stained glass showing the legends of King Arthur and his knights.
The Old Post Office.
A joy in the centre of the village. A perfect example of a medieval long house and still in use as a post office for special functions and editions of postage stamps.
Just outside the village of Tintagel. This outstanding village boasts some lovely coastline and a charming harbour as well as a fascinating museum of witchcraft with it's own unique library of the occult.
The coastal path in this region is one of the longest in the country and is within easy reach of Bossiney Bay. The views from this outstanding coastal path are truly stunning and loved by all. Following the Coastal path can lead you into Tintagel, Boscastle or further, maybe you could start your Cornwall coast path adventure from us!
St Nectans Glen
A truly magical spot housing the cell and waterfalls associated with Saint Nectan, the possible brother in law of King Arthur.
This spot has been associated with the local occult legends for centuries and is still used by many who seek spiritual guidance and seclusion.
The grounds that surround this spot of astonishing beauty can easily be accessed by a path that leads direct from Bossiney Bay. An area of natural beauty and not to be missed.
A new visitor centre is being constructed at this moment together with a cafe and rest areas.