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Tel code: 01822 | code search
Postcode: PL18 | code search
Population: 880
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Boot Inn
"Lovely "fresh" food, well prepared and wonderfuly presented ,with a bonus of free sparkling mineral water, fresh bread rolls and butter, however it was unfortunate that we had to ..." More

Boot Inn
"really enjoyed the food ,unfortunatly its one of those resteraunts where you have to order chips, veg, and potatoes seperatly so costs alot more the meals were fantastic all local ..." More

Boot Inn
"Fantastic pub which specialises in West Country meat, fish and game. Food is seasonal, local, home made. We would love to have a pub with this standard of food down ..." More

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Calstock is a pretty Cornish village on the banks of the River Tamar in South East Cornwall positioned in the very heart of the Tamar Valley, nudging the borders of Devon the narrow winding streets are lined with attractive houses and cottages that rise gently up the hills overlooking the river where the Ferry sails to the Tudor splendour of Cotehele House. Calstock dates far back into history to Saxon times and beyond, with both the Romans and Saxons leaving their mark, from small beginnings to the Mining boom in the 19th Century where Copper, Tin and Silver was expertly extracted the legacy of which can still be seen today. The spectacular engineering prowess of days long since past may be seen in the impressive Railway Viaduct that soars to 120', and shows no less than twelve 60' wide arches crossing the river where the Tamar Valley Line travels on it's scenic journey southwards to the maritime city of Plymouth. The temptation to explore stunning countryside is offered with the Tamar Valley Discovery Trail that covers thirty miles between Devon and Cornwall, or close at hand are the interesting shops and restaurants where that special find is soon uncovered.

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Rumleigh Farm (0.89 miles)

Rumleigh Farm
Rumleigh Farm sits in the wonderful wildlife haven that is the Tamar Valley. On the edge of west Devon, facing Cornwall, it is ideally suited for exploring the moors, the coasts and is close to ... More | visit website
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The Rifle Volunteer (1.87 miles)

The Rifle Volunteer

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Built in the 17th century The Rifle Volunteer was originally built to accommodate a Mine Captain and his family during the hey day of the mining industry in the area. ... More

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Horn of Plenty (The) (2.84 miles)

Horn of Plenty (The)
The Horn of Plenty is one of those very special places that one constantly seeks but rarely finds. Surrounded by four acres of gardens and orchards, the property nestles into the foothills of Dartmoor with ... More | visit website
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Pentillie Castle and Estate (2.99 miles)

Pentillie Castle and Estate
Enjoy the best in luxury B&B and boutique accommodation by staying at Pentillie Castle.
The 17th century Castle is set within 2,000 acres of woodland on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall. Offering ... More | visit website
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St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club (3.54 miles)

St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club

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St Mellion Hotel, Golf and Country Club is located in the Cornish Countryside yet only 10 minutes drive from Plymouth. With a choice of 2 ... More

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The Who'd Have Thought It Inn (3.82 miles)

The Who

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By choosing The Who'd Have Thought It Inn, you may be dining with us and staying just overnight on business, or perhaps seeking a short break packed with sightseeing or ... More

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Old Coach House Hotel (4.13 miles)

Old Coach House Hotel

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This lovely 19th century coach house is set on the edge of Dartmoor, close to historic Tavistock and the Tamar Valley. The valley is of ... More

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Smeaton Farm (4.37 miles)

Smeaton Farm
Located near to Saltash; the farm is fully organic; both in its arable and livestock activities. Farm fresh meats are available for sale; all of which come from the animals that can be seen grazing ... More | visit website
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Browns Hotel (4.56 miles)

Browns Hotel

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The historic West Country town of Tavistock was the birthplace of one of England's most intrepid explorers, Sir Francis Drake, while back in Victorian times it was renowned as the world's major ... More | visit website

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Bedford Hotel (4.58 miles)

Bedford Hotel

Situated on the site of a former Benedictine Abbey overlooking the church in the historical market town of Tavistock - known as the Gateway to the Moors.

The ideal base for touring the West Country and ... More | visit website

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