Calstock is an historic town on the River Tamar. It’s steep narrow streets and riverside setting make it an attractive place for tourists. The majestic railway viaduct dominates the riverside scene.
Nearby Gunnislake is worth a trip too, as is Morwellham Quay up the river.
Getting to Calstock by Train
Unlike many towns in Cornwall, Calstock has managed to retain its railway station and there is a regular (although not frequent) First Great Western train service to and from Plymouth. The trains usually go further north up to Gunnislake.
Getting to Calstock by Boat
Trip boats operate up the Tamar from Plymouth most days in the summer months. The timings vary daily because of the tides so you need to check. Sound Cruising operate a service.
The Quay, Calstock, Cornwall PL18 9QA
The Tamar Inn is situated right by the river in the centre of Calstock. It's close to the quayside moorings so the pub can suddenly get very busy when the trip boats up from Plymouth arrive. The older exterior gives way to a more open modern ... Read full review of Tamar Inn
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