Kingsley Museum: The second museum in Clovelly (the entrance to both museums are included in your ticket price) is the Kingsley Museum.
Chapel of St Peter: This small chapel dates all the way back to 1846 and is located near the Fisherman’s House.
However, if you want to visit a charming South West village without all of the trappings of a tourist destination (as in a place where you have to pass through a visitor centre to reach a ‘heritage attraction’), then I highly recommend driving a little further down the coastline and towards the charming villages of North Cornwall.
There, you’ll find real gems such as Tintagel Wear sturdy footwear: The ‘cobbled’ lane leading down to the village is like nothing I’ve ever experienced before.
We found it altogether quite pleasant to sit by the harbour wall, snap some photos and watch the world go by for a little while.
Too soon, it was time to return to our car (and the real world!
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Indeed, one of the churches in the village dates all the way back to the late Norman period and remains one of the oldest building still standing in Clovelly.