Callington Cottages

Whether you're drawn to its rural landscapes, historical connections, outdoor activities, or the opportunity to experience Cornwall's local culture, Callington provides a laid-back atmosphere and a glimpse into the region's charm and heritage. This quaint town is a gateway to explore the breathtaking landscape of the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Immerse yourself in the lush countryside as you meander along scenic walking trails, uncovering panoramic views and idyllic riverbanks. Discover Callington's fascinating history through its charming architecture, including the iconic St. Mary's Church and the historic Cotehele House. Indulge in local delights at traditional pubs and cosy cafes. With its blend of history, natural beauty, and warm hospitality, Callington offers a truly enchanting escape. Discover this area at your own pace from the comfort of your Callington cottage.

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Inspiration of things to see and do from our cottages in Callington

Nestled in the Tamar Valley, Callington boasts a picturesque countryside setting with rolling hills, scenic landscapes, and a tranquil atmosphere, ideal for those seeking a peaceful getaway. If you're looking for a town with a difference then check out Fowey. Fowey's blend of natural beauty, literary connections, maritime history, and vibrant culture makes it an appealing holiday destination for those seeking a quintessential Cornish experience by the water's edge. Stay in one of our Fowey cottages for a holiday with a difference. With a wide selection of Cornwall self-catering holiday cottages, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top 5 things to see and do from our cottages in Callington:

Explore the town's Mining Heritage

Explore the town's historical connection to the mining industry, with remnants of its mining heritage visible in the surrounding area.

Explore Nearby Attractions

Callington serves as a great base for exploring nearby attractions such as Kit Hill Country Park, known for its panoramic views and historical significance, and Cotehele House, a National Trust property with beautiful gardens and a historic house.

Discover Local Markets and Shops

Discover local produce, crafts, and goods at Callington's markets and independent shops, offering a taste of Cornwall's local culture and artisanal offerings.

Enjoy Outdoor Activities

Enjoy outdoor pursuits like walking, hiking, and cycling in the surrounding countryside, with various trails and paths for exploration.

Get involved with Community Events

Experience the town's community spirit through events and festivals that celebrate local traditions, arts, and culture, providing insight into the local way of life.

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