Things to see & do

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What's on

 © Tintagel Old Post Office

There's always something happening at the Old Post Office from craft exhibitions to bread baking. Take a step back in time and enjoy the simple pleasures of bygone years.

What's on

Quilting © Natalie Savage

There's always something happening at the Old Post Office from craft exhibitions to bread baking. Take a step back in time and enjoy the simple pleasures of bygone years.

What's on

baking in the cloam oven © Natalie Savage

There's always something happening at the Old Post Office from craft exhibitions to bread baking. Take a step back in time and enjoy the simple pleasures of bygone years.

Group visits

With over 600 years of history the Old Post Office provides something to suit every group itinerary. For groups of more than 10 people we ask that you let us know before visiting.

Don't miss

  • Find out why the house was never actually a post office
  • Dress up as a Victorian and have your picture taken
  • Help us make a recycled rug for the house
  • See our Victorian cloam oven lit
  • In the colder months warm yourselves besides the open fire
  • Learn how this house has been adapted to survive over six centuries

Explore the coast

Families

  • rag rug workshop © Tintagel Old Post Office

    Rag rugging

    Come and see our rag rugs displayed around the house then have a go at making your own.

  • dress up as a Victorian © Paul Harris

    Dressing up

    Wondering what Victorian life was like at Tintagel Old Post Office? Dress up as a Victorian.

  • Fun in the garden © Paul Harris

    Garden games

    Try your hand at a game of noughts and crosses whilst enjoying the back garden.

Photo gallery

Tintagel Old Post Office © Natalie Savage

View the property from the street. Open March through to November, 7 days a week.

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Relax in the back garden © Sam Howes

Our tranquil cottage garden, an escape from the bustling main street.

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The back of the house © Sandy Chadwick

A picture perfect view of the back of the house.

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