Callington, Cornwall
The Old Cider Press

Places to Stay
The Old Cider Press

0.76 miles

Cadson Manor

Places to Stay
Cadson Manor

1.71 miles

Nearest Beach
Portwrinkle (Finnygook)

9.56 miles

Attraction
Dupath Well House

0.78 miles

About Callington

Small market town in between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, in the 18th century it was the gateway to the copper mining industry and dominated by the mining stack at Kit Hill (now a country park).

Close to the Tamar Valley & 14 miles from Plymouth.

Callington is best known for its sporting connections, with very active football and cricket clubs, it has itys own station, and is the home of Ginsters Pies!

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Places to stay near Callington centre:

Coachmakers Arms (Pubs and Inn) Callington (0.34 miles)
The Old Cider Press (Cottage) Callington (0.76 miles)
Green Pastures Bed and Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast) Callington (0.93 miles)
Cadson Manor (Bed and Breakfast) Callington (1.71 miles)
Peartree Cottage (Cottage) St Mellion (2.52 miles)
St Mellion International Resort (Hotel) St Mellion (2.61 miles)
The Headmasters Cottage (Cottage) Callington (2.66 miles)
The Escape (Cottage) Callington (2.66 miles)
St Ann's Cottage Bed And Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast) Gunnislake (2.85 miles)
Post Box Cottage (Cottage) Calstock (2.86 miles)
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Nearest Beaches:

Portwrinkle (Finnygook) (9.56 miles) There are 2 beaches at Portwrinkle - Finnygook is a sandy beach to the east. Dogs are allowed here and...
Portwrinkle (9.60 miles) Popular and busy family beach close to Finnygook (east of Portwrinkle). No dogs here in the summer. Good facilities close...
Seaton (9.97 miles) Popular sandy beach with facilities and parking. Dogs allowed all year as well....
Downderry (10.00 miles) Long beach of sand, shingle and rocks. Many facilities and shops in Downderry with parking near the beach. Dogs...

Closest Attractions:

Dupath Well House (0.78 miles) 1 mile East of Callington off A388 (OS Map 201; ref SX 374693)
Dupath Well is an almost complete granite Well...
Kit Hill Country Park (2.09 miles) Located between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, a 400 acre country park featuring 'Kit hill' a granite hill top famous for...
Tamar Valley Donkey Park (3.08 miles) Marketed as 'Cornwall's Happiest Donkeys' - and we don't doubt it! The Donkey Sanctuary is situated in beautful countryside and...
Cotehele (3.74 miles) Tudor house and gardens sitting high above the River Tamar and ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family. Explore the historical...

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