|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Lounge and dining room:
Large sunny open-beamed lounge/dining room furnished to a high standard with a bay window seat overlooking the front garden.
Fully fitted kitchen with dish-washer, washing machine, fan oven and ceramic hob, microwave oven, fridge with freezer compartment, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils.
Beamed spacious bedroom with king-size bed overlooking the garden and fields beyond. This room is en-suite with power shower, hand basin and toilet. Built in wardrobes and plenty of room for a cot which is available free of charge if required.
Sunny double bedroom with handbasin and built in wardrobes.
Single bedroom situated on the ground floor with a 3 ft bed built in wardrobe and access to the downstairs bathroom.
Built in shower cubicle with electric shower, handbasin and toilet.
Large garden to the front of the cottage with well established flower beds, trees and patio area.
Additonal information: Veronica Cottage has full central heating and hot water at no extra cost.
All bedding and bed-linen is provided.
All you will need to bring are towels and tea towels.
There is off road parking for one vehicle and further parking available if required.
Walks and places to eat: Just a few minutes walk from the cottage is the South West Coast Path from which you can walk as far or as little as you want. In one direction is Trebarwith Strand. Over a mile of golden sand the beach is washed twice daily by the incoming tide. At low tide there are rock pools and rock formations. Look out for the beautiful pink rock pools lined with quartz and ideal for children to explore.
Trebarwith is a great surfing beach, there is a Surf School for absolute beginners or those wishing to improve their techniques. Situated on the cliffs overlooking the beach is the Port William pub and restaurant. A fantastic place to sit and watch the sun set over this lovely beach.
Going in the other direction you come to Bossiney Cove, again a tidal beach but very popular with visitors and locals alike. Further on you reach Boscastle with it's beautiful harbour, shops and valleys. Stop and have a drink at the Cobweb Inn, famous for it's local beer and food.
Local Places of Interest: The Old Post Office is situated in the centre of the village. It is one of the most famous buildings in Cornwall and is full of charm and interest. Built in the 14th century it was originally a Manor House and then in 1844 was converted into a letter receiving office for the district. It is now owned by the National Trust and is open to visitors.
Tintagel Castle, situated on the dramatic coastline, is an awe inspiring and romantic place of legends. Joined to the mainland by a narrow neck of land, Tintagel Island is the remains of the medieval castle associated with King Arthur.
The remains of the 13th century castle are breathtaking. Steep stone steps, rugged walls and windswept cliffs encircle was remains of the Great Hall. English Heritage now care for this wonderful monument.
Another wonderful week in this beloved cottage. The weather was great and made the scenery and beaches even more enjoyable. Looking forward already for our holiday in August 2011.
We (wife, daughter, husband grandson and dog) stayed for Christmas 2016. The owner (Pam) had decorated the house and we had a Christmas tree. It really set the scene for Christmas. The cottage was lovely and warm. Unfortunately I had a bad cold and had to return home early. But my daughter and family stayed on .
Thank you Pam for making our Christmas special. Roland and Julie.
What a cosy cottage Veronica Cottage was! We stayed for a week from 5th to 10th December so ready for winter weather and on arrival the cottage was lovely and warm with some provisions provided by our host Pam for us to relax and wind down with after a long drive from the North West. The cottage was well furnished, very clean and very comfortable. We were three minutes from the village centre with several cosy pubs to eat and relax in, and 10 minutes to the numerous cliff walks with our two dogs, who both loved it as well as we did !
We had a lovely short stay in Veronica Cottage. The cottage is family friendly - we travelled with our 10 year old son and his friend. The property was very clean and in good condition and made very homely with furnishings and equipment. The property overlooks a field and was very quiet. It was a few minutes walk to the village centre and about 10 minutes to the ticket office for Tintagel Castle. We all had a lovely time at the castle and the cove - fantastic views. The King Arthur pub was great - we ate there a couple of times - very generous portions - the staff were all very friendly. We also enjoyed a day at St Michael's Mount - about 1.5hrs in the car. We would highly recommend the cottage to other holidaymakers. Thank you Pam for a lovely stay. Mr Ginger (the cat) also came to visit us!
Veronica Cottage was absolutely charming and modern. Close to town yet not so close that you were in the middle of the hustle and bustle. A 10 minute stroll and your in town center.
The cottage is clean and well- maintained. The only disappointment was there was not a tumble dryer as advertised. There is a launderette in town so we were able to dry the clothes there, but we were not counting on spending time doing this.
Pam, the owner, made sure we had everything we needed and was knowledgeable on things to do and see.
All in all, I would give this a very high rating and would stay here again.
Fantastic cottage with good quailty facilities. Pam was very helpful we had a great time lovely weather for early june. Amazing walks from the cottage with lovely facilities in Tintagel our dog Dylan came everywhere with us as all the restaurants and local cafes and of course all heaches are dog friendly
Hopefully will bevreturning soon
On arrival the cottage was spotlesely clean. Tea, coffee, a pint of milk and shortbread biscuits had been kindly left for us by Pam. The cottage was a real home from home with everything you could possibly need provided and was the perfect base for visiting the many attractions North Cornwall has to offer.
Pam was very friendly and helpful recommending a dog friendly beach and finding out the times of low tide.
The cottage was a short walk of approximately five minutes to the local shops and pubs but in a lovely quiet area away from the noise of being right in the centre of Tintagel itself. Lots of dog friendly places to eat at for anyone visiting with a dog.
We would highly recommend Veronica Cottage to anyone visiting North Cornwall.
Julie, Lee and Dan.
Situated on the outskirts of Tintagel in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and within easy walking distance of the village, Veronica Cottage with its own large garden dates back to the 16th century.
Opposite the cottage is a footpath leading to the 11th century parish church, King Arthurs legendary castle, Castle Beach and the famous South West coast path, whilst the surfers paradise of Trebarwith Strand is just 2 miles away.
If you prefer to stay locally, Tintagel offers plenty of restaurants, pubs and shops. Walking the coastal footpath offers an alternative holiday for those looking for peace and tranquillity. If you wish to travel further afield, cycling the camel trail, Boscastle harbour, Padstow with its excellent fish restaurants, Bude with its many sandy beaches and the famous Eden Project are all within easy driving distance or there are bus services to any of these attractions.
Other Activities: Sight-seeing, historical buildings, bird-watching
Golf: Bowood Park Golf Course is approximately 5 miles from Tintagel and is open to members and non members alike.
Set in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland that once formed part of the 13th century deer park owned by the Black Prince.
Roserrow Golf and Leisure Club is situated between Tintagel and Rock and offers Golf, Swimming and Gymnasium.
Trethorne Leisure Park has a fine Golf course together with 10 pin bowling, farm animals, children's play area and restaurant.
There is a charge of £20 per week for dogs. We would ask that you supply their baskets and bedding.