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Welcome to The Mill House Inn

Address: Trebarwith Strand, Tintagel, PL34 0HD

Telephone: 01840 770200 01840 770200

Hotel Description

The Mill House originally known as Treknow Mill dates back to 1760 and was a working mill until the late 1930's. It briefly became a private residence until 1945, when it was converted into a guesthouse. In 1960 the main building was refurbished and extended before becoming a public house for the first time. Since then it has been gradually upgraded by a number of different owners. The Mill House offers visitors tranquility and comfort. With easy access to all parts of Cornwall and set in acres of woodland in a quiet coastal valley this former 18th century corn mill provides first-class food and hospitality. The Mill itself is a charming stone building with a bar, dining room and residents lounge all of which benefit from log fires. The Mill is also a venue for regular live music and entertainment.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Family Rooms
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Wedding Functions
  • Walking Holidays

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Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Tintagel Castle - Cornwall - Castle

Distance 1.31 miles (2.09 km)
In all seasons, Tintagel is truly a magical place. With its spectacular location on Cornwall's most dramatic Atlantic coastline, Tintagel is a place of myths and magic, where the legend of King Arthur was born. See Atlantic breakers crash against the cliffs and through Merlin's cave as you climb the path to Tintagel Island. Visitors can take the rugged trail across to the island and experience the breathtaking views at the place where it is said that Arthur, child of the beautiful Queen Igraine lived. The ruins of the 13th century stronghold of the Earls of Cornwall remain and still have the power to inspire. The cliffs of Tintagel lie at the heart of a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Rich in flora and fauna they provide breeding grounds for sea birds, lizards and butterflies.