Perfectly located for touring both Devon and Cornwall, this charming, beautifully furnished cottage is set in the tiny village of Lower Metherell in the heart of the stunning Tamar Valley 3 miles from the picturesque riverside village of Calstock.
You will appreciate the homely feel that exudes throughout, the moment you enter this lovely cottage which is full of character.
The living room with cosy sofas and a delightful dining area is a most relaxing room and leads through to the well-equipped kitchen.
From here there is access to the pretty little patio which is a real suntrap and ideal for an early morning cuppa.
There are two well-furnished double bedrooms here, both having the advantage of en-suite facilities.
Less than a one minute walk back along the lane to the village centre takes you to the iconic Carpenters Arms serving quality homemade food and quality local ales, this very friendly 15th century pub with low ceilings and slate floors is most peoples’ idea of the perfect country pub and is highly recommended.
A beautiful walk along country lanes and footpaths takes you to one of the National Trusts finest Cornish properties, Cotehele House which is a must visit.
With the beautiful villages in the Tamar Valley just waiting to be explored and both the historic towns of Tavistock and Plymouth both within half an hours’ drive, Blue Mist offers excellent accommodation in a perfect village location to be enjoyed all year round.
About the location
Calstock 2 miles; Tavistock 7 miles; Plymouth 15 miles.
The village of Lower Metherell is set in the Tamar Valley, which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famous for its stunning scenery, countryside and riverside walks. Lower Metherell is a peaceful quaint village with character Cornish cottages and two pubs with restaurants serving real ale and local produce. The village is two miles from the picturesque riverside village of Calstock, dominated by the majestic 120 feet high, twelve arch viaduct. Boats and canoes can be launched on the River Tamar and Calstock offers two local pubs, a village shop and an art gallery. Cotehele House, a 14th Century National Trust property, is a short 20 minute walk along the river from Calstock and is well worth a visit. The Tamar Valley branch line connects Plymouth to Calstock and the train journey boasts beautiful scenery. Further afield is the historic pannier town of Tavistock and the vibrant city of Plymouth has theatres, the Barbican quayside, marine aquarium and shops.