Atlantic View Hotel Review

Atlantic View Hotel Review
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  • Rated 2* stars
£2000 to £2000
  • 40%


Atlantic View Hotel Review

Treknow

Tintagel

PL34 0EJ

Atlantic View Hotel

Hotel Description

Atlantic View Hotel Review – The Atlantic View Hotel is a small family run hotel set back 300 m from the rugged North Cornish coast in Treknow one mile from the village of Tintagel known for its historic links with the legend of King Arthur. The hotel has nine en-suite bedrooms all with either coastal or countryside views and all the necessary bedroom and bathroom amenities. The hotel restaurant offers a five-course meal from a menu changed daily in the evenings and a vast choice of breakfast in the morning. There is also a fully licensed bar stocking a range of local beers and ales as well as an extensive wine menu. The hotel also boasts ample car parking spaces in a private car park as well as Free Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby bar and lounge area. King Arthur s Castle Ruins and Merlin s Cave are all within walking distance along the North Cornish coastal path or a very short drive along with St Materiana s church dating back to the 6th Century. The parish of Tintagel has a number of National Trust Properties notably the Old Post Office as well as numerous churches and chapels. The local beach to the hotel is Trebarwith Strand a rugged tidal beach that is attractive to surfers and families alike. Villages a short drive away include Boscastle an old fishing port and Port Isaac a small picturesque fishing village home to the filming of Doc Martin. The Atlantic View Hotel is open from March until the end of October.

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Hotel Star Rating

2*

Hotel Accreditor

AA

Cancelation Policy

Facilities

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Check-in Time:

14:30

Check-out Time:

10:30

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Directions

Launceston A30 – Road: From the A30 take the A395 sign posted North Cornwall and Wadebridge after about 10 miles turn left onto the A39 then right onto the B3314 straight across the crossroads and right onto the B3263 sign posted Tintagel and Trebarwith turn left at Tregatta to Treknow. The Atlantic View Hotel is 300 M on the right hand side.

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Telephone  

Fax  44770995

Prices From £99 TO £120

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Pros

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Cons

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