|The village of Tintagel is in Cornwall and not
too far from the town of
Bude. The village is well known for what is called Tintagel
Castle and this may have a connection to the legendary King
Arthur. In approximately 1136 AD Tintagel was mentioned in
Historia Regium Brittanniae by Geoffrey
The Cornish name for the village was Tre war Venydh. The Post
Office came in the middle of the nineteenth century AD.
"The Old Post Office" is from the 14 th century and is owned
by the National Trust. Tintagel is
quite near to Bodmin Moor.