Local trains ride over the spectacular Tamar Viaduct to Plymouth, a historic seaport offering extensive shopping outlets and eateries. There are also cycling routes along the Tamar Trails and opportunities to visit National Trust heritage sites, such as Morwellham Quay, Cotehele, Lydford Gorge, and the mines at the heart of Poldark country.
The quaint market town of Tavistock (birthplace of Sir Francis Drake) is nearby and easily accessible for visiting Dartmoor National Park (prime deer county where you can walk between the Dartmoor Tors). The local area also boasts an award-winning golf course, St Mellion (a Jack Nicklaus-designed course) just a short drive away, along with its superior leisure facilities, open to all. And you are only a 30 minute drive to the coast, meaning you can truly make the most of what the coast and country has to offer in both Devon and Cornwall.
A short walk in to the village of St Ann’s you will find The Rifle Volunteer serving real ale and good food whilst offering more of those spectacular views!