Enjoy a virtual tour of the Tamar Inn In the sleepy riverside village of Calstock is this 17th century free house on the bank of the River Tamar in a beautiful location with fantastic views of the viaduct and part of the Tamar Valley Line Rail Ale Trail.
Allegedly once a meeting place for smugglers and highwaymen. Built on a split level, it sits close by the waterfront in the village centre. The pub interior is wood beamed, the main bar is divided into two sections with several drinking areas and is decorated with paintings and artwork from the Calstock locals. There is a selection of several changing local ales, ciders and food available at lunchtime and evenings throughout the year.
- The viaduct was built in 1907, standing at 120 feet tall with 12 sixty foot arches.
- Winter, Mon-Thu 12:00-14:30, 16:30-23:00.
- Fri & Sat 12-Midnight.
- Sunday 12-22:30.
- Winter Mon-Fri 12:00-14:30, 18:00-21:00.
- Sat 12:00-21:00.
- Sun 12:00-16:00.
This pub serves 1 regular beer.
- Sharp’s Doom Bar
This pub serves 4 changing beers.
Changing beers typically include:
- Exeter Ferryman
- Tintagel Cornwall’s Pride
- By Car, there is a free car park just opposite, if not there’s 2 hours free at the train station.
- By Train, every 2 hours. Just a short 5 minute walk down the hill from the station.
- By Bus, every hour from The Quay, just outside the pub. No. 79 will take you to Tavistock.
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