Calstock is a lovely lively village located on the banks of the River Tamar.

The village is fortunate enough to have two pubs that both serve great local food as well as playing host to live music and events. You can also take a short scenic walk from Calstock to Cotehele House and Gardens, the nearby National Trust property – see below for directions.

  • Great local food
  • Countryside walks
  • Visit Cotehele house and gardens
  • Calstock Jazz and Blues Festival


Calstock’s pair of pubs, The Tamar Inn and The Boot, serve great local food and play host to live music and events.

The vibrant local arts scene includes Calstock Jazz and Blues Festival, the Bike Show (music, camping and motorbikes), and weekly events at Calstock Arts.

Calstock Highlights

Walk from Calstock to Cotehele

The walk to Cotehele from Calstock station is a very easy, accessible walk. Starting out at the station, follow the signs down towards the village. Take the first road to the right signposted Cotehele and from here the road follows the river, past Danescombe House and up the hill to Cotehele House where you can explore the house and gardens (admission fees apply), have lunch in The Barn restaurant or you could head down to Cotehele Quay and beyond to the working Mill for a longer walk.

Calstock is on the Rail Ale Trail

The Rail Ale Trail is a great excuse to sit back, relax and let the train take you through the beautiful countryside of the Tamar Valley, whilst enjoying some great local pubs.

Calstock Station Information

The station is on the Tamar Valley Line. There are no facilities for buying tickets at the station. Tickets can be bought from the guard on the train. There is step free access at this station. Commercial Road, Calstock, PL18 9QY


Buying Tickets to Calstock

Plymouth to Calstock



Off-Peak Day Return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.

Great fares from further afield




Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

2 hours

Approximate journey time




Adult Off-Peak Day Return

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1h 40min

Approximate journey time


Tamar Valley Line

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