The Atlantic View Hotel is a small, family run hotel, set back 300 m from the rugged North Cornish coast in Treknow, one mile from the village of Tintagel, known for its historic links with the legend of King Arthur. The hotel has nine en-suite bedrooms, all with either coastal or countryside views, and all the necessary bedroom and bathroom amenities. The hotel restaurant offers a five-course meal, from a menu changed daily in the evenings, and a vast choice of breakfast in the morning. There is also a fully licensed bar, stocking a range of local beers and ales, as well as an extensive wine menu. The hotel also boasts ample car parking spaces in a private car park, as well as Free Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby, bar and lounge area.
King Arthur's Castle Ruins and Merlin's Cave are all within walking distance along the North Cornish coastal path, or a very short drive, along with St Materiana’s church, dating back to the 6th Century. The parish of Tintagel has a number of National Trust Properties, notably the Old Post Office, as well as numerous churches and chapels. The local beach to the hotel is Trebarwith Strand, a rugged, tidal beach that is attractive to surfers and families alike. Villages a short drive away include Boscastle, an old fishing port, and Port Isaac, a small picturesque fishing village, home to the filming of Doc Martin.
The Atlantic View Hotel is open from March until the end of October.