Tamar Inn – The History
Welcome to the Tamar Inn Calstock. This lively, family and dog-friendly 17th century pub, situated in the beautiful Tamar Valley in East Cornwall, was allegedly once a meeting place for smugglers and highwaymen. Built on a split level, it sits close by the waterfront in the village centre.
Stone-built in a mixture of granite, slate and other materials, the pub interior is wood beamed overhead whilst underfoot is a mix of floorboards and slate flagstones. The front bar is divided into several distinct drinking areas and decorated with paintings, a small bookshelf and locally produced artwork from Calstock’s thriving creative community.
There is a selection of several changing local beers, and food available at lunchtimes and in the evening throughout the year. Live music is hosted most Friday and Saturday evenings during the summer.