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If you are looking to explore the great outdoors, we have plenty of it here in the Tamar Valley. The Valley itself is classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. And not just country walks either - there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and active,from mountain biking to canoeing to treesurfing.

Tamar Valley Holidays Leisure Activities

Why not enjoy our Swimming Pools and Gym?

With two swimming pools – the choice is yours!

Sunny out? Head to our heated outdoor splash pool, if not, head inside!

A great place for keeping active, Tamar Valley Resort offers two pools on site:

Tamar View Nurseries and Garden Centre

Family run traditional Garden Centre.

Cotehele (National Trust) The front of Cotehele House, Cornwall

Cotehele is a National Trust-owned Tudor house with extensive garden, orchards, estate, quay and working water mill. The garden and estate walks are open daily throughout the year. The house is open daily from April to the beginning of November. The mill is open every day from mid March to the end of October.

Tamar Valley Holidays Cornwall, Hot Tub, Swimming Pool, WiFi, Walkers Welcome, Romantic Breaks, Licensed, Dog Friendly, Cyclists Welcome, Child Friendly, Cafe on site, Evening Meals Available, Great Views, For larger groups

Tamar Valley Holidays offer the choice of a large range of holiday properties, situated on a quiet and peaceful holiday park in St Ann's Chapel. We are ideally positioned to visit not only the versatile towns and villages of Cornwall but also the diverse landscapes of Devon. Our lodges sleep between 4-8 comfortably and we are especially keen to promote group bookings. So whatever your needs, contact us to see what we have to offer. Not only do we have a beautiful 20 acre site we also have a delightful Manor House which is available for parties, Disco's and events.

Gourmandaise

Take one award winning chef and one ex- ballerina who both have a passion for good food, good wine and great company. Put them together and you have 'Gourmandaise'

Blisland Harness Makers

Founded in 1980 by Jane Talbot-Smith on returning to her native Cornwall.  After spending two and a half years building horse drawn vehicles, Jane decided that leather was the medium for her and took up a place at Cordwainers College, Hackney, London, to study rural saddlery.

On leaving college Jane worked as an improver with Bridleways of Guildford working under Master Saddler, Les Cocker, famous for his side saddle used by HM Queen Elizabeth II and his work for the late Shah of Persia.

Stoke Climsland Village Market

1st Saturday of each month 9:00am - 12:30pm The Old School, Stoke Climsland

Siblyback Lake Country Park Windsurfing at Siblyback Lake

Siblyback Lake is surrounded by the striking Bodmin Moor and offers a wide range of activities both on and off the water. There is plenty to do at this scenic lake, including miles of walks, cycle trails, excellent bird watching, children's play areas and a cafe overlooking the water.

UpDown Cottage Bed & Breakfast Cornwall, WiFi, Pets Not Allowed, No Children, Free Parking, Public Transport Nearby, Walkers Welcome, Cyclists Welcome

Welcome to UpDown Cottage, Lower Downgate near Callington in the beautiful and fascinating Tamar Valley. We offer a quiet, homely Bed and Breakfast and for those who prefer our home is child and pet free!

Altarnun Craft and Local Produce Market

Altarnun Market is a new venture which started in July 2016 but which promises to become a thriving and popular venue.

It is held monthly on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 2-4pm.

Most markets are held in the mornings but it was decided to hold this in the afternoon as there has been nowhere in the village for the increasing number of visitors to get a cup of tea and refreshment. Altarnun has appeared as the venue for the marriage of Doc Martin and Louisa as well as featuring in Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn.

Just Be Coffee and Wine Lounge

Just Be is a place where you can truly relax and enjoy the remarkable surroundings of the waterside at Saltash, whether you are choosing from the freshly prepared selection of food dishes, enjoying one of our great coffees or teas or sampling from our extensive list of fine wines and craft beers. 

Tre Pol & Pen

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We believe that the best meals come about when friends, food and family meet.

Our store is about bringing people around the table to share and enjoy food they love whether at our store & kitchen or at home.

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Plymouth Boat Trips

Fishing Trips, Ferry service and Cruising.

Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park

Former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Miraculously the walls of his red stone Tudor House survived a direct hit by bombs in 1941 and it was restored by the Earl in 1958.

Drawn to the Valley

A grouping of over 150 professional artists and designers based in the Tamar Valley.

Cornish Welcome Tours

Cornish Welcome Tours offers tailor-made tours of Devon and Cornwall for individuals or small groups.

Endsleigh Gardens Nursery Endsleigh Gardens Nursery - heritage apple

Endsleigh Garden Nursery is set in an old walled garden in woods above the River Tamar. It was once part of the Duke of Bedford's estate at Endsleigh.

Rosamund Pilcher Tours

The route our Rosamunde Pilcher tour takes can be adapted dependant on your accommodation pick up point. Alternatively why not let us take the hassle out of booking your accommodation and stay in a comfortable Bed and Breakfast near Launceston on the Cornwall/Devon border. Launceston is an ideal place from which to explore the area as it is centrally located and close to the highway network. It is the ancient capital of Cornwall with a ruined castle, historic church and remains of the town wall and gateway.

Andrew Thompson Heritage

Andrew Thompson is an archaeologist and historian who has spent his working life exploring, explaining and interpreting the history and heritage of South West England.

Launceston Castle - English Heritage

Launceston was the former capital of Cornwall and the castle, commanding the town and surrounding countryside, controlled the main entry route into the county.

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