Tintagel Old Post Office
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|Tintagel Old Post Office|
|National Trust Property|
The Old Post Office from the east
|Region||South West England|
|Location||Fore Street, within the village of Tintagel|
|Style||Traditional Cornish longhouse|
|Material||Stone and slate roof|
|Owner||Owned by the National Trust|
|Visitation||Step to entrance, ramp available. Ground floor has steps, uneven floors, ramp available. Stairs to other floors. (Open 7 days a week, 8am to 5.30pm, 4pm in the winter)|
|Map Ref: SW6813|
Tintagel Old Post Office is a 14th-century stone house, built to the plan of a medieval manor house, situated in Tintagel, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The house, and its surrounding cottage garden, are in the ownership of the National Trust, and the building is Grade I listed.
The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter receiving station for the district. The Trust has restored it to this condition. It was among the early acquisitions of the Trust (1903) and closes in the winter months.
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