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CALLINGTON HOLIDAYS

Scenic surroundings, outdoor pursuits and adventure

Callington cottages

Visit Callington

Situated between the moors of Bodmin and Dartmoor, Callington is a small town on the eastern border of South Cornwall. Callington holidays are particularly enjoyable as you will find yourself in a quiet, rural location, which has a dash of culture and a handful of traditional country pubs. There are plenty of things to do in the area too, from fishing at Siblyback Lake Country Park to hiking in the surrounding moors.

Callington Cottages

If you’re looking for accommodation, our selection of holiday cottages in Callington provide the perfect base. Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat or family-friendly haven, we’ve got a property to suit.

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A base for exploring

Callington is a great base for exploring Cornwall and being on the border of Devon means you can visit both counties during your holiday. The Cornish Mining World Heritage site of Morwellham Quay is a 20-minute drive from the town or head further afield for a fun day trip. The Eden Project can be easily reached within an hour's drive, and the picturesque Lost Gardens of Heligan are just over an hour away.

Being between two moors means you are in a perfect location to head out for a walk, hike or drive depending on your ability. Take a picnic with you, head up to Dartmoor and explore the tors and moorland, admiring the wildlife as you go, or head further into Cornwall and explore the south Cornwall coastline. Portwrinkle and Seaton are the nearest beaches to Callington for those looking for a taste of sea air.

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