Found on the Cornish border with Devon, Callington is a town surrounded by moorland, with Dartmoor to the East and Bodmin Moor to the West. The beautiful surrounding countryside is what draws people to this town, offering a great variety of walks, allowing you to explore the local area. It's close proximity to Devon means there even more things you can see and do during your stay in Callington.
Why visit Callington?
With incredible natural beauty, great location and intriguing heritage, Callington is the perfect location if you want to explore inland Cornwall. Away from the hustle and bustle of the seaside towns, Callington offers an opportunity to see some of the best rural countryside in the South West,
Things to do in Callington:
Not only are there a great range of walking and cycling routes in and around Callington, allowing to explore the local area, there are plenty of other things to do as well. Visit some of the historic houses, castles and World Heritage Sites to learn more about the history of the town.
Why stay in a Callington cottage?
Our cottages in Callington provide you with a fantastic opportunity to visit rural Cornwall and visit some incredible countryside. With our selection of cottages in Cornwall, including dog-friendly cottages so you can bring your four-legged friend with you, you will be sure to have a wonderful holiday.
Three must-see things in Callington:
- Kitt Hill Country Park is the highest point in the Tamar Valley, offering unrivalled views of the surrounding countryside.
- Previously described as a 'national treasure', Pentillie Castle Garden has a fantastic selection of plants throughout the grounds.
- Head to Morwellham Quay, an award-winning Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, to learn more about the history of local mining.