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Holiday cottages in Boscastle, Cornwall

SX0990 : St. Symphorian's church, ForraburySX0990 : Arable strip field, Forrabury, near BoscastleSX0990 : Strip field at ForrabySX0990 : Cottage at the corner, Fore Street, BoscastleSX0990 : Dark Green Fritillary (?) in BoscastleSX0990 : The Coast Path
The attractive fishing village of Boscastle, with its’ harbour walls constructed in 1548, is located on Cornwall’s’ craggy, northern coast. The village is in an ideal position for exploring the Cornish countryside. Year round boat trips leave from the outer harbour taking anglers sea fishing, or providing sightseeing trips. If you prefer to stay on land the historic heart of the village is close to the river Valency, with a collection of eclectic gift and craft shops. From April to October the Witchcraft Museum is open.

Much of the landscape near the village been categorised as an “area of outstanding natural beauty”. The National Trust, who own and care for a significant amount of the land around the village, can provide details for some amazing, local walks. If interested in walking, try visiting during the third week of April for the Boscastle Walking Week. A more indulgent festival is held during the first weekend of October, when the Food and Arts Festival takes place. During the festival there are cookery and craft demonstrations as well as concerts, with a complimentary minibus provided to transport visitors between the various events and locations.

SX0990 : Slate-hung house and slate garden wall, Boscastle