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A really lovely tranquil little harbour one of the best I've seen so far a few little shops and... read more

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Gaz L
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A classic fishing village, typical coastal, dramatic scenery. The village has a good range of... read more

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A really lovely tranquil little harbour one of the best I've seen so far a few little shops and cafe's dotted round.would recommend

Thank Gaz L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A classic fishing village, typical coastal, dramatic scenery. The village has a good range of shops and eateries, all attracting the tourist trade, of course. You csn spend several hours or even all day here depending on the weather.

Thank Simon C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Boscastle Harbour is one of the most beautiful in Cornwall. Due to the Rock formations around the harbour it is a very narrow entrance which gives it lots of character. There is a really nice short walk along the harbour wall which leads to stunning...More

Thank davidwood33
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I love boscastle and have visited a few times before. This time I brought my mum who was seeing it for the first time. She told me it was the most beautiful place she’d ever visited in England. She loved it as much as I...More

Thank Rachel2017X
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a beautiful place to walk about, however make sure that you get there very early as it is also very popular for tourists. The walk from the harbour to the lookout point is amazing to see but not for people who struggle to...More

Thank Samantha A
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What a beautiful place! We ate a pasty while up on the rocks at the harbor, The views are amazing, such a gem. Will be returning x

Thank 4ofususually
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very pretty - A visit to the heritage centre is a must to see the video of the 2004 floods - My youngest couldn't believe what she was watching & spent the rest of the visit pointing out gardens that had had cars piled up...More

Thank helmel1101
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are willing to walk up to the harbour wall and climb up a few rocks (we’ll trodden path and fairly easy) there are some breathtaking views over the cliffs and ocean. The blow hole is quite spectacular to see too. Well worth walking...More

Thank rachdb1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On a recent trip to Cornwall we were spoilt for choice with places to visit. We chose Boscastle as one and we weren't disappointed. A lovely little village nestled around a harbour. Accessible walks along harbour walls or a moderate headland walk up to coast...More

Thank Mary O
Reviewed 1 week ago

Quaint little harbour. Nice walk on a beautiful day, stunning views and plenty of ice-cream on offer when you get back.

Thank Helen M
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