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The Old Post Office

Tintagel, England
+44 1840 770024
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Nice old house interior

The Old Post Office has about five rooms nicely furnished in old-fashion style. Remarkable is the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
RHAHJ
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Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Beatufully charming

You'll miss it unless you're reading the signs. It's indeed the most beautiful and quaint post... read more

Reviewed yesterday
toomuchfunnow
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Savannah, Georgia
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Tintagel, England
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+44 1840 770024
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Reviewed yesterday

The Old Post Office has about five rooms nicely furnished in old-fashion style. Remarkable is the access to a platform, consisting of a few steps almost vertically up. There is a nice garden as well.

Thank RHAHJ
Reviewed yesterday

You'll miss it unless you're reading the signs. It's indeed the most beautiful and quaint post office you'll ever come across.

Thank toomuchfunnow
Reviewed 3 days ago

A wonderful rare survival of a Cornish longhouse. It's owned by the NT. There is lot of info dotted around and a lovely cottage garden at the back. The staff I talked to were all lovely. I would definitely recommend a visit and it's easy...More

Thank kazzacola
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've been to Tintagel many times, but this was my first time in the post office. I am not sure what took me so long! This place is actually quite interesting. it's a 600 year old home/post office. The artifacts take you back in time....More

Thank jez09
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Love how well presented National Trust properties are. And how they have dome thing to interest children. The Old Post Office is an interesting site with loads of history.

Thank Rose-Anna F
Reviewed 4 days ago

May 6, 2017 - While visiting Tintagel, we stopped at a pub across the street from The Old Post Office. Built over 600 years ago as a farmhouse, during Victorian times, it also served as the village post office. During the 1990s, the National Trust...More

Thank JerryH9905
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We came across The Old Post Office when visiting Tintagel. It is a very very old building with a well kept Old fashioned English garden. We were told on entry that there was a quilting exhibition inside, the trouble was that was really it, very...More

Thank LindaBSevenoaks
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The post office and house are very small but it's lovely. A lovely garden but it dose get busy and as its small you need to get here at a good time. It still has a working post box,which we used.

Thank Lisapip
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It reportedly the oldest building in Tintagel, it only costs £4 per adult and is worth a look around, only 5 small rooms to look around and the small garden, so if you find yourself at a loose end in Tintagel pop in and take...More

Thank F3ster
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Won't take long but worth the visit. Looks tiny but lots packed in and a great little garden . Exhibition of quilts may not be to my liking but the building and rooms worth it.

Thank martingriffin966
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