Gunnislake, is a large village set in the heart of the Tamar Valley and gateway to Cornwall. It grew up during the busy industrial years of Cornwall's history and is rich in industrial archaeology.
It is within Calstock Parish and is twinned with St Thuriau in Brittany.
There are many interesting things to do and see, with the whole of Cornwall to explore all within a short distance. The City of Plymouth just a short, beautiful trip on the train, and Dartmoor just a stones-throw away, actually within sight.
Enjoy your stay.
The Cornish Inn
This village centre pub presents a warm and friendly atmosphere and is suitably located for country walks in the valley.
For more details: Tel: 01822 834040.
The Rising Sun
This 17th century Inn retains much of its original charm and character with oak beams and log burners. The award winning gardens provide a picturesque area to enjoy the stunning views over Chimney Rock and Morwellham.
For more details visit: www.rising-sun-inn.co.uk Tel: 01822 832201.
This is a warm and friendly family pub with a home from home atmosphere. Situated at the heart of the village, this pub offers a large and open fire and beer garden. It is the ideal location to quench a thirst after a riverside walk.
For more details: Tel: 01822 833752
The Tavistock Arms Hotel
This traditional friendly, family hotel is situated in the centre of the village, and has a cosy bar with open fire. This is an ideal location for exploring the Tamar Valley or Dartmoor National Park.
For more details visit: www.tavistockarmshotel.co.uk Tel: 01822 832217