village of Boscastle is in North Cornwall and is a
tourist attraction and is also used for fishing.The village
gets the name from
Botreaux Castle, the Castle dates from the 12 th century and
little of the Castle is now left. Boscastle has two
walls which were built in 1584 by Sir Richard Grenville who is famous
for his exploits in the Royal Navy in "HMS Revenge".|
The village is quite near Tintagel and Bude and is popular
partly because of its appearance and location. Port
Isaac is quite near too.
The National Trust owns some of Boscastle together with areas nearby.