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County - Cornwall | Map
Tel code: 01579 | code search
Postcode: PL17 | code search
Population: 4670
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Callington is a small town surrounded by woodland and streams in the county of Cornwall, home to five thousand people, and dates back to Saxon times. There is an interesting Trail and Museum that tells a fascinating story. The Medieval church of St Mary has many treasures to share, and a walk down the lane opposite will uncover the Pannier Market. Close by is Dupath Holy Well which is enclosed by a 16th Century granite stone chapel. For lovers of the great outdoors a walk up Kit Hill which rises a thousand feet is a perfect place for a pic nic with a view. Or for a true insight into times long past it has to be seven hundred year old Buckland Abbey, once the home of Cistercian Monks, and the brave heart Sir Francis Drake, there are interesting exhibits, and the house is set beside meadows, and orchards near the River Tavy. Or be prepared to be bewitched at Cotehele House, this Medieval masterpiece houses fine furniture, and tapestries, and the beautiful grounds will show a kaleidoscope of planting, there is also a working Corn Mill still producing flour, or perhaps a journey on a Tamar Sailing Barge will complete this fabulous trip.

Accountant

Dawe Hawken & Dodd
HMC Associates
Oliver Associates

Attraction

Dupath Well House
Kit Hill Country Park

Budget

The Chantry *book online*

Cottage

Manor Barn
The Dairy
The Hayloft
The Shippon
The Stables

Dentist

C. R. Mercer
Dentalcareplus

Doctor

The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Kittows
Maitlands Estate Agents
Miller & Co

Holiday Park

Honicombe Manor Resort

Inn

The Rifle Volunteer

Market

Callington Country Market

Performing Arts

Callington Community Gospel Choir

Pub and Bar

Bulls Head
Carpenters Arms
Church House Inn
Coachmakers Arms
Cross House Inn
Manor House Inn
Old Clink
The Swingletree

Restaurant

Balti King
Coachmakers Arms
Langmans Restaurant
Manor House Inn
The Thyme & Plaice

School

Callington Primary School
Callington School & Community College
Duchy College
Stoke Climsland School

Solicitor

Blight Broad & Skinnard
R Hancock & Son

R Hancock & Son

Taxi

Dial a Cab

Vet

Calweton Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Callington Town (Amateur Football)
East Cornwall Tennis Centre (Tennis)

Shops

Rising Sun Nurseries
Bonnies
C E Underhill & Sons Ltd
Andy's of Callington
Louis Tea Rooms
The Hideaway Cafe
Annies Tea Room of Callington
Cornerstone
The Pasty Stop Bakery
The Callington Cornish Bakery
Callington Florists
Lloyds Pharmacy
Wayne's Movies & Games

Places to Stay near Callington

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The Chantry (0.33 miles)

The Chantry
A large functional building with 9 rooms with four shared bathrooms and additional toilets. This property has a fully-functional kitchen for guest use and a comfortable dining area. Callington is an ideal location for those wishing to ... More | visit website
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Cadson Manor (1.89 miles)

Cadson Manor
Cadson was well and truly established by the time Charles I and his troops crossed the Bridge over the River Lynher in 1643, fresh from victory at the Battle of Braddock Down. Today the entrance ... More | visit website
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St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club (2.48 miles)

St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club

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St Mellion Hotel, Golf and Country Club is located in the Cornish Countryside yet only 10 minutes drive from Plymouth. With a choice of 2 ... More

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The Rifle Volunteer (3.30 miles)

The Rifle Volunteer

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Built in the 17th century The Rifle Volunteer was originally built to accommodate a Mine Captain and his family during the hey day of the mining industry in the area. ... More

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Smeaton Farm (3.91 miles)

Smeaton Farm
Located near to Saltash; the farm is fully organic; both in its arable and livestock activities. Farm fresh meats are available for sale; all of which come from the animals that can be seen grazing ... More | visit website
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Pentillie Castle and Estate (4.15 miles)

Pentillie Castle and Estate
Enjoy the best in luxury B&B and boutique accommodation by staying at Pentillie Castle.
The 17th century Castle is set within 2,000 acres of woodland on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall. Offering ... More | visit website
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Wheal Tor Hotel (5.09 miles)

Wheal Tor Hotel
Highest Inn in Cornwall - Wake up to the wide open spaces in the ruggesd charm of Bodmin Moor. Built in 1850 the property is in an ideal location for exploring Bodmin Moor and touring ... More | visit website
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Inn On The Hill (5.09 miles)

Inn On The Hill

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Wake up to the rugged charm of Bodmin Moor at the Inn on the Hilll, which was built in 1850 as a Mine Captains accomodation and Counting House for the ... More

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Holland Inn Hotel (5.26 miles)

Holland Inn Hotel

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Holland Inn Hotel is an individual Hotel, offering traditional Inn hospitality, where a warm welcome awaits. All 30 en-suite rooms situated away from the main building, in landscaped grounds, with ... More

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Rumleigh Farm (5.27 miles)

Rumleigh Farm
Rumleigh Farm sits in the wonderful wildlife haven that is the Tamar Valley. On the edge of west Devon, facing Cornwall, it is ideally suited for exploring the moors, the coasts and is close to ... More | visit website

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