Wake to a hot English breakfast, then off to the edge of Dartmoor you’ll go by private coach to visit the Chapel of Brentor and the Cornwall Castle Ruins.

Cornwall Castle ruins of Tintagel rise to 1100 feet above sea level. The Tor is crowned by the Church of St Michael, the parish church of the village of Brentor.  The village and nearby Tintagel Castle are associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Take in the history of this amazing area.

Ye Old Malthouse Inn & Restaurant, on the north coast of Cornwall, awaits you for a delicious lunch. Its large fireplace and beamed ceilings are an appropriate atmosphere for this 14th century establishment.  The menu is farm fresh and the fish caught daily.

Rockfaces, Tintagel,CornwallAfter lunch you’ll be on your way by private coach to visit Merlin’s Cave. At low tide and located under Tintagel castle, you’ll journey down the long washed-away steps into Merlin’s Cave. Enter into the rock chamber and walk through a timeless place of historical magic where the true story of Arthur began.

There is plenty to explore and even more to experience in this mystical place. Dinner at The Mill House Inn caps off a day of adventure. Set in seven acres of its own wooded valley and garden, the former 18th century corn mill now provides first-class food and board as a traditional Inn.

After your relaxing dinner, enjoy the warm summer evening on the terrace of the Camelot Castle Hotel and set your sights on your visit to King Arthur’s Castle in the morning.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner