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Rocky Valley

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Hauntingly quiet section of the walk

Although the path abounds with walkers some places are serene and this is one of them- the stream... read more

Reviewed yesterday

Been coming here for several years now at different time's of the year never had a bad experience... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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Between Tintagel and Boscastle, Tintagel, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Although the path abounds with walkers some places are serene and this is one of them- the stream has a calming effect and it is an excellent place to eat your packed lunch or just sit awhile and ponder.

Thank GlinysW
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Been coming here for several years now at different time's of the year never had a bad experience yet!. Tracy is welcoming on your arrival and is happy to help with any problems during your stay or just with local information.

Thank jimm12345
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A lovely walk! Perfect day out on a summers day. We parked in the lay-by by Halgabron and walked down past the house. I even took a dip in the waterfall. I recommend going to St.Nectans Glen and seeing the waterfall there. They do charge...More

Thank Chi1991
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A fantastic walk from the brewery walking through St Nectans Glen and through rocky valley turning left on the coastal path and ending up at Tintagel Castle. A stunning little walk.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

2nd time we've been there and just as atmospheric as before, beautiful scenery, waterfalls, old ruins and mystic carvings, what's not to like - oh and probably not another person in sight. Particularly atmospheric (and quiet) in the early evening with the sun going down....More

Thank Julian B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Get there early and you can park for free in a lay-by at the top of the path near the Holiday cottages. Steady walk down into the beautiful valley and then an uphill section up to the top of the valley, take your camera...you'll need...More

Thank seanmccarthy1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you can do the walk with uneven path and climbing up and down steps the end is well worth it. Views are stunning and it’s like sitting on a movie setting. Tiring but brilliant.

Thank Josiejo00
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful scenery. Approached the stream/waterfalls via the coastal path. Not too onerous at all. And well worth the effort!

Thank Lin D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After visiting St Nectans Glen we carried on along the coastal path and came across Rocky Valley. Was taken back by the stunning views and how high we had climbed. It was quite steep in places so would recommend wearing decent footwear even if it's...More

Thank Daisy40_12
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

On the Coastal Path between Tintagel and Boscastle, hard work getting there (more accurately out) but spectacular views.

Thank Kaychsea
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29 August 2015|
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Response from Lynn B |
PL34 0BB is the post code. For lots of really useful info search "National Trust Rocky Valley Cornwall". Also consider visiting St Nectans Glen (which is a little way up that road on the opposite side) for a lovely (free... More