Camelford is a wonderful old medieval town in the North of Cornwall which is in the South of England, it is situated around the River Camel. When you visit the town, it is greatly advised that you stay at any one of the fantastic Camelford B&B's that way you will be able to make the most of your time there. Camelford has amazing attractions that you are able to see and do, whether you are travelling alone or you bring the whole family with you, there will always be something to keep you entertained.
There is a legend surrounding the town that the area is in fact Camelot from the old stories and that a king whose real name isn't known died at a battle at Slaughter Bridge and that this king might have been King Arthur. So, when staying at a Camelford B&B you might be sleeping in the same place that the legendary King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table slept at. That is why you must visit the Arthurian Centre also known as The Vale of Avalon, there you will be able to learn a lot about ancient Arthurian legend, you will also be able to see Ogham Stone also known as King Arthur's Grave which dates back to the 6th century.
If more modern history piques your interest, then you could also visit the Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall at War Museum. Stay at a Camelford B&B the head down and visit this incredible museum and learn more about the local area during WWII. The museum is on an old WWII airfield and most of the exhibits are centred around the history of Royal Air Force Davidstow moor, however, there are other exhibits surrounding other airfields and facets of history surrounding Great Britain during the war. They also have exhibits that are about what it was like in the UK at the time such as what food rationing was like.
You could also, if you are ok with taking the ten-minute car journey, visit St Nectan's Glen. After spending the day enjoying nature make sure you have a room ready at a Camelford B&B so that you have somewhere to put your feet up and relax. St Nectan's Glen is a scenic wooded area, the most wonderful aspect of this area has to be Saint Nectan's Kieve which is a marvellous waterfall that drops 60 feet down into the rocks below. It is named after the Celtic Saint Nectan who was supposed to have lived in the area in the 6th century.
This list doesn't mention anywhere near all of the wonderful things to see and do when staying at a Camelford B&B. Also, not just in Camelford alone is there amazing things to do, all around you in the local area will you be able to find anything from the most wonderful natural environments to incredible man-made locations. Fun for the whole family, so book a visit to Camelford today and see all the amazing sights with your own eyes.
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This page was last updated on 26 June, 2022.