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Kestrel 2017
TINTAGEL WEB
Castle Hotel Then Castle Hotel Now Fore street by the Old Post Office now 14c cottage 14c cottage Fore street by the Old Post Office Crossbow Crossbow now Old Chapel Old Chapel now Toll House Toll House now 14c cottage now
Then & Now Photographs More Then & Now Photos 
THEN
NOW
King Arthur's Castle Hotel was built in 1899. The Cornish National Trust was formed at this time as they were not happy with the position of the Hotel. However thank goodness they did not have a say in any planning decision!.  The photo on the left was taken in 1902 and in 2000 on the right,
 The photograph on the left was taken around the 1900s and it was coloured later. Youngsters can be seen at the site today of Celtic Crafts and  King Arthur's Arms had been built. The Wooton's Hotel is seen in the distance. Today's photo was taken in 2000
 The 14th Century Cottage is now a Gift Shop
In the 1940s/50s the photo on the left shows the  home of Mr. & Mrs. Bishop. The couple waving were probably associated with the delivery van in the picture. A house has been changed to a restaurant and today it is  called the Crossbow Restaurant.
There were many Chapels in the 1800s. Many have  been changed to homes and this Chapel was converted early in the 20th Century. Today it is the  home of Bruce & Barbara Old, as well as the Hardware Shop in Tintagel Before this it was a Grocery Store owned by Mr. Ferrett.
The coloured photo on the left shows Old Houses.  The building still stands and it is the home today of Roger & Angela Gabriel. It was the Dangar family home for many years and I can remember  buying ice creams from the window on the left.  Minnie & Mildred Dangar lived here for many years.
Copyright © David Flower 2000-2017 Disclaimer: No part of this website may be reproduced, stored on a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the written consent of tintagelweb.co.uk (David Flower). You may however, download on to a personal computer owned or controlled by yourself and you may make a single copy of any part of this publication, for your private use or study. Tintagelweb, nor it's affiliates, are not liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of information or material contained in the site or from your access to the web sites of customers or other material on the internet obtained via links from this site.
Kestrel 2017
CONTACT E-mail: flowcrick@aol.com Phone: 01840 770775
Then & Now Photographs More Then & Now Photos 
Castle Hotel Then Castle Hotel Now Fore street by the Old Post Office now 14c cottage 14c cottage Fore street by the Old Post Office Crossbow Crossbow now Old Chapel Old Chapel now Toll House Toll House now
THEN
NOW
King Arthur's Castle Hotel was built in 1899. The Cornish National Trust was formed at this time as they were not happy with the position of the Hotel. However thank goodness they did not have a say in any planning decision! The photo on the left was taken in 1902 and in 2000 on the right,
 The photograph on the left was taken around the 1900s and it was coloured later. Youngsters can be seen at the site today of Celtic Crafts and  King Arthur's Arms had been built. The Wooton's Hotel is seen in the distance. Today's photo was taken in 2000
14c cottage now
 The 14th Century Cottage is now a Gift Shop
In the 1940s/50s the photo on the left shows the  home of Mr. & Mrs. Bishop. The couple waving were probably associated with the delivery van in the picture. A house has been changed to a restaurant and today it is  called the Crossbow Restaurant.
There were many Chapels in the 1800s. Many have  been changed to homes and this Chapel was converted early in the 20th Century. Today it is the  home of Bruce & Barbara Old, as well as the Hardware Shop in Tintagel Before this it was a Grocery Store owned by Mr. Ferrett.
The coloured photo on the left shows Old Houses.  The building still stands and it is the home today of Roger & Angela Gabriel. It was the Dangar family home for many years and I can remember  buying ice creams from the window on the left.  Minnie & Mildred Dangar lived here for many years.
TINTAGEL WEB