Places to Stay
The Old Cider Press
Places to Stay
St. Mellion International Resort
Kit Hill Country Park
About Dupath Well House
1 mile East of Callington off A388 (OS Map 201; ref SX 374693)
Dupath Well is an almost complete granite Well House built over an ancient spring. It is said to have been built in 1510 by the Augustinian canons of St Germans Priory. It is the largest and most impressive Well House in Cornwall, constructed from grey granite blocks, with a roof made from long stones that run the length of the building, overlapping each another.
The building was used as a baptistery (where people could be baptised) and oratory (a quiet place where people could pray).
Information and photo courtesy of Cornwall Heritage Trust
, Callington, website
Closest town: Callington
Places to stay near Dupath Well House:
Green Pastures Bed and Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast) Callington (0.55 miles)
Coachmakers Arms (Pubs and Inn) Callington (1.00 miles)
The Chrysalis (Holiday Park) Callington (1.36 miles)
The Beehive (Holiday Park) Callington (1.36 miles)
The Old Cider Press (Cottage) Callington (1.50 miles)
Yurt Luxury + Bathhouse (Camping and Caravanning Site) Callington (1.70 miles)
Highbury (Cottage) St Mellion (1.80 miles)
Halfpenny Cottage (Holiday Park) Gunnislake (1.89 miles)
Frogwell Chapel, Callington (Holiday Park) Callington (1.94 miles)
St. Mellion International Resort (Hotel) St Mellion (2.11 miles)
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