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Mausoleum of Sir James Tillie of Pentillie Castle, Cornwall - In 2013, archeologists discovered human remains at the Grade II* listed mausoleum at Pentillie, despite suggestions in the 19th Century that all bodies had been removed from the site. It is speculated that the remains are of the original owner of Pentillie, James Tillie. In his will, Tillie had instructed that he should not be buried, but dressed in his best clothes, bound to a stout chair and placed with his books, wine and pipe

| Boscastle, north Cornwall | Boscastle dates back to the 12th century when a Norman motte-and-bailey fortress, Botreaux Castle, was constructed for the de Botreaux family. The village takes its name from this, though few remains now survive. Boscastle harbour is a natural inlet within two steep hillsides protected by stone harbour walls built in 1584 by Sir Richard Grenville (of HMS Revenge). These replaced a much earlier harbour. It is the only significant harbour...

The Mount, Marazion, Cornwwall ....this you can actually walk on out to the Castle in the middle of the ocean

14th century Carn Brea Castle in Cornwall, England, now a beautiful restaurant... If I ever get to Cornwall, I must eat here.