From your screened private patio area you have a wonderful view of the garden, the evening sun will mean this is the perfect spot for a barbecue.
Viewtown LInhay has been fitted out to the highest standard and nothing has been overlooked.

Please note the sofa has been upgraded.
The kitchen offers everything you need from being able to cook a full roast to a quick buffet lunch.
The bathroom has a large walk-in electric shower and benefits from a heated towel rail.
Viewtown Linhay hides at the back of the owners' bungalow this handy carport is your designated parking space.  You can also securley store bikes in the garge area.
A place to sit and recharge after a full day of exploring.
The studio is spacious and airy as light floods through all the windows.
The wonderful skylight will allow you to star gaze at night or enjoy the skies during the day.
The Linhay offers a Smart TV, digital radio and Bluetooth speaker for those days that you want to stay in and recharge.
Every guest will enjoy wonderful welcome flowers as the owner is a florist and they run their own nursery.
Style, quality and convenience echoes through the Linhay.
Enjoy a good night's sleep in this wonderful King size bed. Please note the door to the side of the bed links to the owners' bungalow but this will be locked, with a soundproof curtain fitted for privacy.
The shower-room is located by the bedroom area.
The door to the right links through to owners' bungalow, this will be locked as well as fitted with a soundproof curtain for privacy.
The kitchen also offers a microwave housed above the oven.
Time to relax in this wonderful hideaway.
The kitchen is fully functional along with a washing machine.
A Nespresso coffee will be ready to greet you on arrival.
From the dining-table you have a picture perfect view of the garden.
The gardens are immaculate and offer a place of calm and tranquility after a day of walking.
Although the garden is not fully enclosed or private, the owners' patio is to the other side of the bungalow and they very much invite you to enjoy the open space.
A place to sit and let the world go by.
The Linhay is to the left-hand side of the bungalow but your patio area is fully screened and private.
The owner has created a private walkway through their nursery and fields, offering the perfect morning walk for you and your hound before a spot of breakfast.
A place to sit relax and allow the day to go by.
Manicured lawns and gardens with numerous birds to enjoy spotting.
Barbecue time.
A chilled bottle of something with the perfect backdrop.
Cotehele is a wonderful National Trust treasure and can be walked to but is only four minutes away by car.
The quay at Cotehele is a walkers' reward and a view to enjoy.
Your designated parking area and own private entrance to a perfect hideaway.  If you decided to bring bikes the garage offers a secured lock up option.
Dogs are more than welcome and treated on arrival please remember your bed though.

Viewtown Linhay


2.7 miles E of Callington / Sleeps 2 + cot (no children from 2 to 16)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Carpenters Arms (½ mile)

Situated in the heart of the Tamar Valley, this 15th century village pub offers real ale, plenty of outdoor seating and a warm welcome. Food is freshly cooked and dogs are welcome.

Nearest beach

Hoodny Cove (10 miles)

This sandy cove is quite sheltered and offers a good safe place to swim. There are also great places to snorkel at high tide.

Nearest walk

Cotehele Gardens (1 ½ miles)

The greater estate is a wonderful place to take your dog. Wander along miles of wooded paths with views of the river and surrounding countryside. Walk to the Old Quay and Discovery Centre or perhaps take a boat trip on the river in summer.

Nearest town

Calstock (2 ¼ miles)

Perched on the banks of the great Tamar River, the historic waterway that divides Devon and Cornwall, Calstock is a pretty village full of whitewashed cottages that tumble down to the water’s edge. The skyline is dominated by an imposing viaduct that spans the river; an endless stream of boats of all shapes and sizes sail through the arches throughout the day. It is impossible to visit Calstock without getting on the water at least once – try a trip on the Tamar Passenger Ferry – a lovely open wooden boat which plies the river between Calstock and the National Trust’s historic Cotehele Quay.

Also nearby

Cotehele (1 ½ miles)

A medieval house in amazing condition, with fabulous collections of armour, textiles and furniture from the period. The estate is open daily from dawn to dusk throughout the year, dogs are welcome in the grounds and there's miles of woodland paths and countryside to explore.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2013


This is one of the most beautiful houses in UK. Well worth a visit.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2012

Stoic British carried on in AWFUL weather!

Wonderful House, Gardens, grounds and shops..AWFUL half term weather, but we braved it all! NB the house has NO electric lights so visibility in the house is limited on dull days!. Mill lovely and the walk down from the house through the gardens and past the chapel to the quay side and then the mill was lovely....a little slippery in places as it a little steep in parts and was SO wet..but we all remained upright! Lovely Cornish ice creams at the Quay and great bread flour can be bought at the mill shop. Hurrah for the VERY helpful and lovely mini bus driver who can ferry any less able bodies around the 3 sites...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2009

Cotehele is a beautiful National Trust property - I recommend walking the wider estate, including the folly behind the property which gives you a bird's eye view for miles! The walk down through the quay to the mill is stunning, and the waterwheel and mill race is currently being renovated, which is an interesting project. You can even buy flour that has been milled on site.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2009


A medieval gem with a magical garden sloping down to the Tamar. Plenty of walks on the Estate. Highly recommended are the scones at the restaurant on Cotehele Quay - just the thing at the end of a stroll along the river.

Canoe Tamar (1 ¼ miles)

Guided canoe trips on the River Tamar. Take in the scenic views of Cotehele up river and paddle passed the village of Calstock and into the wilds of the upper river.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe May 2011


Canoe Tamar are a really friendly organisation offering a fantastic opportunity to explore the Tamar. We did an early morning canoe (timings depend on the tides, but early morning means no-one else around) from Cotehele Quay, up the Tamar past Calstock and under the viaduct, almost as far as Morwellham Quay. I have never seen so many fish jumping out of the water - literally hundreds! The guide was really helpful and friendly, and anyone could give it a go, as long as they can get in and out of the canoes (the Canadian type, open and fairly stable). I would highly recommend this as a way to see the riverside from a totally different angle.

The Royal Inn (3 ½ miles)

This 15th Century Inn on the Tamar river is on the Tamar Trail. Stop off for some traditional home cooking and real ale.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Jo Rider May 2012

Traditional pub food in a lovely setting

Good traditional pub food, open fires, one side carpeted , the other with old slate floors so it's OK to have muddy boots and dogs. On the Devon side of the Tamar just next to the ancient Horsebridge.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2011

A great traditional pub with a lovely friendly atmosphere and good food. Try the lamb shank if they've got it - it's delicious!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe May 2011

Very traditional but welcoming pub - good home cooked food and a nice open fire. Very atomospheric and popular with the locals - a beautiful setting that would be hard to beat. You must try the beer from the pub's own micro-brewery if you visit.

Morwellham Quay (2 ¾ miles)

You will find plenty to keep the family entertained here at this award winning World Heritage site. There is a historic port, copper mine, Victorian farm, railway, heavy horses and museums of costume and mining all set within 200 acres.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2012

Morwellham (2 ¾ miles)

A living, breathing riverside village circa Victorian times. It's beautifully preserved and you can visit the open air museum, restored quay and visitor centre.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2009

Free entry into this village reclaimed from decay. An insight into the industrial heritage of the Tamar Valley. You can take a ride in a carriage or go down a mine in a little train, dress up in 19th century costume, visit a working farm. The Ship Inn has recently been taken over by chef Peter Gorton and offers very good lunches. An evening visit to the restaurant is an eerie experience - Morwellham is utterly deserted except for visitors to the Inn.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2008

Morwhellam Quay is a facsinating living museum tucked away in stunning countryside. The underground mine train trip is to be recommended - but it is cold underground, take a jumper! The shop offers the usual range of visitor gifts, and some lovely books and local products. Food in the restaurant is good, but it does get busy. In the summer a picnic overlooking the river is idyllic.

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