Looking up Fore Street in Boscastle, which is quite probably one of the steepest in this North Cornwall village. The building to the left is Boscastle Methodist Chapel, built in 1825 by Thomas Pope Rosevear. His father had built a previous church on the same spot to give thanks for allowing one of his fleet of merchant ships safe passage to Boscastle Harbour.
The hall inside the Old Post Office at Tintagel, looking to the open fire. 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.
Port Isaac, Cornwall, England, UK. The road into the town of Port Isaac is just as steep. I remember many years ago, my mother insisting on getting out of the car with me while my dad drove down into the town!