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Bossiney House Hotel

Bossiney Road Bossiney, Tintagel PL34 0AX England
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#4 of 6 hotels in Tintagel
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See why so many travellers make Bossiney House Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Tintagel. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

While staying at Bossiney House Hotel, visitors can check out St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church,Tintagel,Cornwall (0.5 mi) and Tintagel Methodist Church (0.7 mi), some of Tintagel's top attractions.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.

The property also boasts an on-site restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Bossiney House Hotel, free parking is available.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Tintagel hotpot restaurant such as Port William Inn, which is a short distance from Bossiney House Hotel.

If you’re looking for something to do, Tintagel Castle (1.0 mi), Tintagel King Arthur Walk - South West Coast Path (0.4 mi), and King Arthur's Great Halls (0.7 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Bossiney House Hotel.

At Bossiney House Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Tintagel.

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Free parking
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Breakfast buffet
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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3.0 of 5 stars
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Guy H wrote a review Jun 2023
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A lovely, great value, and super-clean place to stay in close walking distance of the centre of Tintagel so you don't get all the noise and bustle of the other tourists but you are a short walk from absolutely everything you need. The price for one night is really great value, especially considering the cleanliness, the good decor and wonderfully comfortable beds. It feels quite high-end for what you are charged. The owners are really welcoming and very helpful and accommodating. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: June 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Alverbig wrote a review Jan 2020
Gosport, United Kingdom49 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Family owned and run and a pleasant change from the formula chain hotels. Had a first floor room with views to the sea. Friendly people who gave us lots of tips about places to visit especially great walks along the coastline which is stunning.
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Date of stay: October 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Top floor rooms on one side have sea views and some have connecting rooms for children.
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englandDorset wrote a review Oct 2010
dorset1 contribution5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I would not return or recommend this hotel for a variety of reasons. I could see that parts of the hotel have been refurbished but there are many areas that leave a lot to be desired. I agree with the other comments re the dog , fine if you are a dog lover. The lounge and bar areas need a lot of attention re decoration. I gave up choosing the cooked breakfast as it was never hot as it is cooked and left on a heated tray, it was lukewarm and so was the toast. I felt that the whole place has possibilities but has a lot of work to be done to warrant the amount being charged. I would certainly not return.
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Date of stay: October 2010
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Mirabelle wrote a review Jun 2015
London, United Kingdom88 contributions120 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Our stay at Bossiney House Hotel was, regretfully, a wholly unpleasant experience, and I am puzzled by the glowing reviews and its 4-star label. I would welcome any justification supporting this accolade - according to standard guidelines Bossiney House Hotel just about makes 2 stars.

The room was extremely small, tired and dated with chipped old pine furniture and a musty odour – perhaps because it is reserved as a pet-friendly room. The bed was very hard and uncomfortable and the flat, synthetic pillows left both of us with aching shoulders and stiff necks. Both my partner and I bruised our shins on the corner of the bed while trying to squeeze between it, and something resembling a dressing table without a chair.

The bathroom was freezing and the vulgar heavy brass telephone shower-head kept falling off the wall fitting and hitting me on the head or shoulder.
There was a dead spider which remained in the corner of the bathroom for the duration of our stay. The diminutive, frayed bath & hand towels were not changed throughout our 4 day stay. We hung the towels over the bedroom radiator to dry overnight, and the following morning they were covered in rust stains from the back of the radiator.

Our bedroom opened via patio doors onto a shared enclosed path running along the length of the building, with views out to some dreary garden trellis, an old washing line, tatty plastic garden furniture, and a small mound of garden debris. A bright security light shone through the curtains and kept me awake at night.

Food was below expectations, with my fillet steak overcooked, inedible, grey and leathery (I was still charged for it however). My partner's steak was better and cooked to order.

Breakfast was a gloomy buffet affair with cold tough tasteless bacon, miserably hard or inadequately undercooked poached eggs, rubbery skinny sausages and some depressing, flaccid mushrooms.
The service of staff in the restaurant was good but we found the manager to be unapproachable, awkward and unwelcoming.

The location of the hotel is convenient to Tintagel town centre, with a nice bar, well-kept lawns and sea views from the bar and restaurant
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Wi-Fi is only available in the living room and in some parts of the bar, and was not available in our bedroom.
Despite being a pet-friendly room, there was practically no room for our pug’s bed (which is tiny) and he slept uncomfortably between the bed and the patio window. Furthermore, although their website (still) quotes the nightly dog tariff as £5.00, we were charged double and several requests for a refund were ignored.

The hotel provides: a teeny soap, one minuscule tube of shampoo to be shared, (neither of which were replenished, so let's hope you don't get dirty), an in-room safe, a kettle, a couple of tired cups & saucers, the obligatory UHT milk, instant coffee, one biscuit (again, presumably to share), tea bags & sugar.

The hotel does not provide: in-room internet or telephone, gym, conference facilities, bath robe or slippers, cosmetic / sanitary products, minibar and crèche - all of which are determining factors for 3 or 4 star hotels.

Suffice to say, we were enormously disappointed with the accommodation, amenities, food and the manager’s unacceptable attitude. We felt the rooms were seriously overpriced for the quality of lodgings and facilities, the food was sub-standard, and that the whole hotel needs a comprehensive refurbishment.
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Date of stay: April 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from mike186245, General Manager at Bossiney House Hotel
Responded 22 Jun 2015
My first encounter with this person was when serving at the hotel bar on a very busy Easter Good Friday evening. She elbowed her way through the clients at the bar and addressed me with: “You have to help us, we have a serious problem” As a hotelier, this is where you use your most reassuring demeanour (and prepare yourself for anything!) “And how can I help?” say I “Well, my partner has been walking our dog on the common down the road and come upon a young distressed lamb that was lame and calling plaintively for its mother.” (She shows enormous concern, eyes like saucers) “- We couldn’t find its mummy ....so we brought it back here” My jaw dropped! “You brought it back here? To the hotel?” There is tittering now around the bar. “Yes, Yes. Now we need you to call a vet. Oh, and we need you to call the farmer. Oh, and we need you to...” “You brought it back here? To the hotel?” I’m not slow on the uptake, I am just incredulous. “Yes” says she, breathlessly. “We have it in the bathtub” (poorly repressed laughter has broken out in the bar) “You have taken a lamb from a field and put it in a bathtub, my bathtub?” “Oh, it’s OK we wrapped it in a blanket. “ She is all earnestness. “My blanket?” “No, No. We wrapped it in our dog’s blanket.” At this revelation even the galoots in the bar are silenced! As I emerge from a fug of comprehension I realise she is continuing “... we need you to call a vet. Oh, and we need you to call the farmer. Oh, and we need you to...” I have to butt in - I have no option “You have stolen a lamb from a field and wrapped it in a dog blanket –This is not, in any way, appropriate behaviour and this is not something I can help you with. I have to get back to my work here.” My wife, in kindness, then took over the situation and called the farmer who was not at home at that time. After some time he was traced to his favourite pub and pulled from his second pint to attend our Lady of the Lamb, as she is already known in the bar. It is understatement to say the farmer is not pleased. He explains to this lady and partner that he checks his flock every evening and lambs cry to attract their mothers back to them at dusk and assuredly mum would have found her lamb had it not been removed. He explains that lambs sometimes show limps that disappear as quickly as they come. He explains that the mother will never take back a lamb that has been wrapped in a dog blanket and no longer smells like hers. He explains that townies should stick to whatever townie jobs they do and leave him to do his country job unhindered. He is not gentle about this. He takes the lamb away muttering that they have signed the lamb’s death warrant. To his credit, the farmer does not ask for money for his inevitable financial loss. The farmer later told us the lamb was perfectly well next morning and walking normally but mother rejected her lamb and the farmer’s attempts at hand rearing failed. The lamb is dead by the following Thursday. This lady and her partner stayed two more days over the Easter weekend and we all kept off the subject of the lamb and she left on good terms, smiling and without complaint of any kind. At what point in her fevered mind did she transfer responsibility for her misadventure to the hotel and I became the object of some wrongdoing, I simply do not know. Gentle reader; please understand that I was, indeed, the one that had to explain first the error of this person’s actions. I could not leave a crowded bar to sort something that was completely irresolvable. I, and we at the hotel, am mystified as to why this person now wants to denigrate us. An attractive and kindly act of protecting a lamb was most certainly ill-conceived but that does not make its intention any less kindly. How has that emotion turned into what you see in the report above? It seems to me that caring emotion has somehow given vent to some really quite ugly feelings. Personally, I would wish to put this misanthropic event behind me but so far this person has written two reports earlier on tripadvisor, trying to hide her identity behind the anonymity of the web. On the first occasion I wrote to her and she withdrew it. On the second I wrote to Tripadvisor and they withdrew it - because of its content. This time I have to answer it. For the record: We do not profess to be 4 star – never have. We avoid ratings of any kind preferring to rely on honest internet reports of which this is not one. Our beds in all double rooms are king size and recent, quality, pocket spring mattresses. Pillows are synthetic (for allergy sufferers) and good. Our bathrooms have fan heaters for instant warmth when needed. And how on earth can you have a vulgar shower head? There is no plastic garden furniture, washing line or other such thing. In the restaurant, our waitress noticed you were “toying” with your steak and asked three times whether you were happy with the steak and she was repeatedly told that all was fine! The steak was well cooked to your instruction. I put my hands up –I cannot get the wifi down to the dog friendly room you were in. The dog charge has been recently increased and was agreed at £10.00 at the time of booking. I know not where this person got the idea that we portray ourselves as 4 star hotel, we most certainly do not. She is part right - we are not going to supply crèche, gym or minibar. Our prices are very reasonable for the product we give. If you want conference facilities go to Claridges, maybe they will have facilities for livestock too. This lady expresses disappointment. Yes, I can understand disappointment. How your caring attitude for an animal can turn into the venom you have shown is a revelation and great disappointment to us all at the hotel. There must be a moral here somewhere. The Manager
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Singmot wrote a review Aug 2013
Singapore4 contributions15 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The rude owner/manager made you feel like they were doing you a favour to even aknowledge you. They watched as we heaved bags and children with no offer of help. Huge dogs wandering around - fine if you like an enormous dogs. Travel cot dumped in our room and we were told to assemble. Dated and tired decor.
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Date of stay: June 2013
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from mike186245, Manager at Bossiney House Hotel
Responded 17 Aug 2013
Aristotle is credited with the phrase “You get out what you put in”. At B H H we certainly respond to manners and good humour from visitors. Could it be that, conversely, we do not react well to rude and boorish behaviour from guests? Despite his two hernias from the over-heavy guest bags and his 66 years on earth, your manager can be seen every day helping people half his age with their bags. Could it be that he was busy with others at the time of your check-in? Could it be your husband said we need not bother, he would put the cot up? We smile and oblige, no charge, when nanny comes and asks for milk for her baby charge four times a day starting at 7 in the morning. We smile when you order two meals for nanny(s) and then cancel the order ten minutes later, no charge, even though the food has by now started cooking and two fish are spoiled. And we smile when you stage whisper insults at breakfast just because, for safety, we advise footwear in the dining room. – and, yes, we smile when you try to abuse us by internet out of sheer petulance. Your servant, Marm
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Artytheking wrote a review Feb 2017
Camelford, United Kingdom214 contributions114 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This Hotel used to be very welcoming but, since the new owners took over, the establishment has gone donwhill rapidly. What a real shame, they have totally destroyed the ambience and reputation Hotel. Why they are so rude and insular, only they know. I feel as a local, I should at least have been show some respect, not so!!! Hopefully, they get what they truly deserve.
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Date of stay: January 2017
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from mike186245, Owner at Bossiney House Hotel
Responded 17 Feb 2017
The current owners have been here 10 years and enjoy an excellent reputation for hospitality and curtsey. Check this person’s other reviews -this reviewer has a 2013 tripadvisor review on file for our restaurant (4 stars and complimentary) and his wife is an ex-employee to previous owners of the hotel. To the best of my knowledge they have not been in the place since. No-one has been rude to them - so what is all this about? This person seems to have an agenda but it is completely unknown to us. Cheap insults under the cloak of supposed anonymity are classic internet abuse and if this local person has a grievance with us would it not be more wholesome if he aired it directly with us?
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MrMassachusetts wrote a review Jul 2015
1 contribution9 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
It's basic accommodation, food and service.

Don't get all the 5 star feedback.

The rooms were rundown and colorless.

The weather was awesome though.

As for the manager feedback - maybe he shd listen instead of responding like he has.

As visitors from 'over the pond', I guess we expect a better lever of service.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Ccc W wrote a review Oct 2012
1 contribution7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Well what can I say about this hotel?? Myself and partner were looking for a place to eat a nice carvery, I choose bossiney hotel as it looks so nice outside. I was very shocked when I walked in to what appeared to be the bar 2 members of staff behind the bar one which appeared to be the owner. And one member of staff just slummped on the bar stool all talking among there selfs where I stood for about 5 mins waited to be seen I when a waitress finally walked from the restaurant I asked if I could have a table for 2. There was a table for us. I had my 5 month son in a car seat when I sat down I had to put him on the floor I was not offered a high chair or anything, when the restaurant started filling up my sons car seat was kicked a few times as people went past to get there carvery even a waitress did. No apology no one asked if every thing was ok we were looked down on every sounded 1st class snobs. When I came to pay the owner didn't ask how my meal was he just said how olds to sprog. (Sprog I thought that was out of order referring him to that) I said 5 months anyway and he said oh well he's 2 young to charge for..... Hmm something's you just don't say. To my opionion he sounded like a money grabber wants to charge for everything. I shall not be visiting here even thought I only live in Trethevy and my grandparents are very well known as he is an artist. Poor all I can say
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Date of stay: October 2012Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from mike186245, Manager at Bossiney House Hotel
Responded 27 Nov 2012
Well, we have never been called snobbish before and certainly not child kickers! For the record, this diner was responded to in a courteous and timely manner. No one "slumps" at our bar. The diner was shown to a table near the fireplace where he could, and did, place his child in carseat on the floor and well away from other diners. It is not only an insult to us but also our other customers to suggest that anyone kicked a slumbering child in a carseat placed on the floor. Personally, I would never put a 5 month child in a highchair but if he had asked for one he would have got it in short order. We try not to intrude on our diners whilst at the table and prefer to engage with them in the bar if they want to chat. To that end, when this individual arrived at the bar to pay, I attempted to lighten his somewhat heavy countenance with a small jest. I asked what age the young-un was as an opener to polite conversation. Yes, I jested that I could not charge a 5 month old but doubt that even the least erudite could construe that as "grasping". And I have never used the word "sprog". No-one here is a snob. The term suggests prejudice. It seems to me this person brought prejudice of his own to our establishment for some reason only he knows.
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J0e1974 wrote a review Sept 2016
Verwood, United Kingdom2 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Two words "Fawlty Towers"
It isn't funny though. I have never slept in a hotel room with this amount of damp, dust and mould. A TV that only worked after my fiance and I bought new batteries for the remote. The tea cups we had to clean before using them and had to buy milk to add to the tea. We were meant to be at the hotel for 2 nights but cut it short as the place is appalling.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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CvH wrote a review May 2010
Lucerne, Switzerland71 contributions38 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Coming from Zimbabwe for a break and having booked 5 nights as the internet advertisement was good and promising the arrival turned out opposite. Swimming pool not functional, Sauna as well, big garden with ocean view turns out as a middle size of lawn far away from the ocean (some blue glimbse on the horizon). Owner (?) Mr Mike rude and impatient on the request why pool and sauna are not working : " we are low budget hotel and you can not expect having all working " . Room size 12 sqm and matraces very worn out .... unfortune that the tourism board allows those people to operate "!

Afterwards been complimented out and we needed to find a new accomodation, which we found in the nearby Camelot Castle Hotel which is a secret gem at that place !.
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Date of stay: May 2010
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ChrissyBirmingham asked a question May 2015
Birmingham10 contributions26 helpful votes
Is this hotel suitable for the disabled?
Answer from mike186245
Tintagel, United Kingdom4 contributions
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need to structurally change the building to accomplish that. We will adapt when we next do major works. Regretably, the answer to your question is "no" at present. We would suggest a newer hotel where facilities are designed in.. You might consider The Falcon at Wadebridge. From the team at Bossiney House Hotel
Alverbig wrote a tip Jan 2020
Gosport, United Kingdom49 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Top floor rooms on one side have sea views and some have connecting rooms for children."
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123frenchy wrote a tip Jun 2019
Taunton, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book early"
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Leonard D wrote a tip Oct 2018
Lymm, United Kingdom58 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a sea view with Queen Bed."
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doglover20162016 wrote a tip Sept 2018
Phoenix, Arizona74 contributions23 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you need more room book one of the suites."
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Alverbig wrote a tip Apr 2018
Gosport, United Kingdom49 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Sea views from the first floor rooms, dog friendly rooms available."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bossiney House Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Bossiney House Hotel?
Nearby attractions include King Arthur's Great Halls (0.7 miles), Rocky Valley (0.4 miles), and Tintagel King Arthur Walk - South West Coast Path (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Bossiney House Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Bossiney House Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Bossiney House Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bossiney House Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Primrose Cottage Cafe, Vega, and Charlie's.
Is Bossiney House Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the centre of Tintagel.
Are pets allowed at Bossiney House Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Bossiney House Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Three Bowl Barrows (4.3 miles).
Is Bossiney House Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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