This double-fronted 3-storey building has the square and compasses on the wall and signs for ‘King Arthur’s Great Halls’. There are two masonic rooms behind the souvenir shop. The smaller Hall is used in winter with entrance through the shop front door. The large baronial Hall is used in the summer; if the shop is in use, entrance is through a side door in the right-hand driveway.
The lodge rooms are on the ground floor and are wheelchair accessible. The dining room and toilets on the first floor are up narrow stairs and are not so accessible.
From the east and north…
On the B3263 from Boscastle, follow the signs to Tintagel into Bossiney Road. After passing the Roman Catholic Church on the left, there is convenient parking before the bend in the road, within walking distance of the Hall which is on the right.
From the west and south…
On the A39 just before Camelford, at Valley Truckle, turn left onto the B3266 and follow the signs to Tintagel via the B3263. On entering Tintagel on Molesworth Street, at the T-junction the Hall can be clearly seen immediately opposite. Turn left or right for parking.
Tintagel is a popular tourist centre and there are several nearby public and private car parks. Roadside parking is permitted in winter on some yellow lines.