I saw this church everyday from the windows in the hall at the Cornishman and I visited it more than once...it is ancient (built by the Normans in 1080 this is the original building with some adjustments but....not a huge number) and the view from here is simply wonderful. The church and it's yard are open to the public except... 更多
A lovely church, with a number of boards in different languages illustrating that it is as much an attraction as a place of worship. Perched on the clifftops, surrounded by blue skies and sea, it's beautiful. Between the stained glass showing the wonders of the earth, and the figure of St.Christopher, who presides over mariners and travelers, the church tells... 更多
A must see when travelling to Tintagel. Overlooking Tintagel, the Camelot Castle Hotel and Tintagel Castle. Wonderful starting point for a walk to Trebarwith Strand and to the Castle.
This is only a small church but its location on the cliff top makes it rather special . It has a very tranquil and spiritual feel to it. We visited Tintagel Castle first and then walked up to the church . Although combining the two is very strenuous, it's quite dramatic approaching the church that way, rather than by the... 更多
A good little old church sat on top of the hills with spectacular views of the coast. There's a small free car park but it was quite full for the majority of the time spent there. Coming onto the coastal paths past the church is better than paying to go to the castle down the road.
The church itself is some 800-1000 years old, and is in very good shape. Especially interesting is how they've kept the old stone building up to date, and you can see each layer of maintenance.
Free parking for Tintagel in the car park if you are national trust members. Windy road to get there but if you're early it's a breath taking first view as the mist is clearing and the church looks amazing. Short walk to the castle from here.