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Cornwall (England)

Cornwall is a beautiful part of South West England, it's rugged coast, high cliffs and caves fills up the imagination with smuggling, shipwrecks, ship wreckers and Privateers.
Just in case we forget, the ruined Engine Houses of the tin & copper mines are dotted all over the place to remind us of the importance of their Industrial Era.
We stayed at Bossiney, famous for its connection with King Arthur's Round Table and was once the Parliamentary seat of Sir Francis Drake. At low tide the beach at Bossiney Cove is just the place to relax.
Bossiney is situated at the Northern end of Tintagel, the home of Camelot. The view from the cliffs are quite stunning and it is an ideal place to stay.














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