Friendly family run 4 Star Gold B&B in Cornwall idyllically located in an elevated, tranquil area of Camelford. Toppesfield House is the ideal base to visit the many miles of stunning coastline including the South West Coast Path well known for its connections to the author Rosamunde Pilcher. Located just 5 miles inland from the scenic villages of Boscastle and Tintagel, Toppesfield House is also close to an award winning Golf Course, the 18 mile traffic free Camel Trail, Padstow and Port Isaac where the popular Doc Martin is filmed.
Toppesfield House is the perfect location for exploring everything Cornish.
Specialised B&B service
Any discounts, promotions or special offers applicable are only valid for reservations made through the Toppesfield House B&B website . More information on booking can be found in our terms and conditions.
Your B&B experience
Every room includes:
- Weather permitting, catch a stunning early sunrise
- Tranquil, Bright and airy rooms
- Fabulous views
- Fluffy towels
- Comfortable Pocket Sprung mattresses with sumptuous fillings
- Egyptian cotton bedding
- Free WiFi
- Complementary refreshments tray with bottled water
- Karndean flooring throughout
- Blackout curtains
- Fridge for sole use
- Covered veranda with own garden furniture
- Free private parking
Our Energy-Inducing Breakfasts
- Bright and fresh dining area
- Freshly brewed coffee/ choice of teas
- Excellent choice on offer to cater for most tastes
- Selection cereals
- Fresh fruit salad
- Full English Breakfast
- Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs
- Toasted waffles and bananas with maple syrup
- Smoked kipper
- Special requests catered for
Camelford Area, Bodmin Moor and the coast
The ancient town of Camelford makes an ideal touring centre being only a few miles from the surfing beaches of North Cornwall and the natural beauty and ancient sites of Bodmin Moor. The town historically a vital crossing point on the River Camel was formally an important market town due to its position on the main route into Cornwall and with the patronage of local MPs flourished which is reflected in some of the fine old buildings that line the Main Street.
Head to cornwalls extinct volcano ‘Rough Tor’ at 1,311 feet makes an excellent viewpoint over the surrounding area. It is one of the moors most famous landmarks. At the summit stands a monument to the soldiers who died in World War II.
If you want to go higher Brown Willy which can be seen from your room is 1,375 feet which offers superb views in clear weather.
What our customers say:
Absolutely fabulous accommodation and hosts - would highly recommend staying here, we certainly will be if in the area again. Thank you for your hospitality.Paul
Warm and friendly reception, lovely comfortable room with view of lovely garden. 1st class breakfast... for us the best B&B in the U.K.Thomas
About your hosts
To book either call us, click book online button now or alternatively if you need to talk to us please fill in the form with reservation booking details and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
Karen & Paul Wilder
26 Mill Lane
PL32 9UF (Get directions here)