|Holiday Cottages Cornwall|
Holiday Cottages Cornwall
Renowned as an unspoilt and pretty victorian village Calstock clings to the hillside on the northern bank of the Tamar River, a small and compact village in the Tamar Valley. There are a few pubs, cafes and village shop. Plenty of free car parking at all times of year adjacent to the quay, behind the village hall. Beautiful views over the river with quayside cafes and pubs with seating spilling out onto the waterfront. The Tamar Inn has indoor and outdoor seating with good food and large restaurants. The Riverside Cafe is an excellent spot to enjoy the view. The village is a favourite for walkers. Try the under 2 miles walk along the river bank, through woods, to National Trust Cotehele House and quay. There are scenic pleasure boat trips from the Barbican in Plymouth along the Tamar Estuary, stopping for the round trip at Calstock. Watch the passengers unload at Calstock and perhaps join the return journey back to Plymouth.
|Calstock||Netting on the river for salmon||Calstock|
|The Tamar Inn (on the quayside)||The Riverside Cafe||On the quay-childrens 'play ship'|
|River walk||Start of walk to Cotehele House||Continuing walk to Cotehele House|
|Continuing to Cotehele House, passing tiny chapel||Continuing to Cotehele House-view from lane||Continuing to Cotehele House|
|Arrival at Cotehele Quay (Cotehele House)|