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About North Cornwall Travel

North Cornwall Travel have many years of experience in the leisure and holiday industry. Having gained our knowledge and experience from working with large multiples such has "The Freedom Travel Group" ( CO-OP) and "The Global Travel Group PLC". Our experience in providing people with the right holiday at the right price has gained us a reputation for quality and service.

We now offer the following service to you.

If you are coming to North Cornwall for a holiday at any time of the year, and you are unable to find suitable accommodation, then contact us.

Simply click here to go to our online form.

We have over 400 of North Cornwall's quality providers offering all types of holiday accommodation. So whether you require Bed and Breakfast accommodation or a self-catering cottage, from apartments to farmhouses, chalets, villas, campsites, holiday parks or hotels, we can help you find what you are looking for.

Secluded peaceful locations or right there on the beach, just tell us your requirements and we will do the rest.

St Nectan's Glen and the Rocky Valley lay in a valley just beyond Bossiney on the road between Boscastle & Tintagel and have a beautiful walk to a waterfall through woodlands.
On from this is Tintagel. The ruins of Tintagel Castle at the foot of the Vale of Avalon are renowned for being the home of King Arthur and are a spectacular must see. Tintagel Castle is situated partly on the mainland and partly on a small island approached by a bridge above Merlin's cave. Further along the coast you will come to Port Isaac with its quaint cottages and narrow streets. Further on is Polzeath, Rock and Padstow. There is a ferry boat from Rock to Padstow if you do not wish to drive. Padstow has lovely shops and of course the famous seafood restaurant of Rick Stein. If you venture inland and go to tour Bodmin Moor you will experience an abrupt change in the landscape. Roughtor and Brown Willy jut out of the moor and Jamaica Inn lies at the heart and was the inspiration for Daphne Du Mauriers “Jamaica Inn”. Many remnants of the Bronze Age such as Stone Circles, Mould and Crosses can be seen in this area.