A warm welcome awaits you at
Tamar Views Bed & Breakfast
Penny, the landlady of Tamar Views.

Gunnislake is the first village in Cornwall, situated in the Tamar Valley, (designate an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

The village has three pubs, two of which serve excellent food, two general stores, a Post Office, and a bazaar - which sells the most unusual things, amongst several other shops. You’ll also meet William The Miner sitting on the seat opposite the traffic lights.

We offer 3 very large comfortable family sized rooms all with en-suit, colour TV’s, central heating and tea / coffee making facilities. Rates are £25 per person per night, with discounts available for long stays. We are pet-friendly - well-behaved dogs are welcome.

Although you cannot see the River, two of our rooms have superb views across the Tamar Valley, (there are several trails to help you discover the Tamar Valley which start in Gunnislake). The Gunnislake to Plymouth train service (the Tamar Valley Line) is one of England’s most scenic railway branch lines.

Maps and directions to Tamar Views, supplied by Yell.com

The dining room.

The Ancient Stannery Town of Tavistock is just a few miles away and well worth a visit. The birthplace of Sir Francis Drake, whose statue stands prominently overlooking the town. The tavy river runs through the meadow area in the town centre, which is also home to bowling greens, tennis courts and a children’s play area. Further along the meadow there is a swimming pool and the Wharf centre, which incorporates a cinema, theatre and exhibition hall. The main street has many quaint and interesting shops and there is an indoor pannier market open every day except Monday and Sunday.

If you lust after the larger shops and stores Plymouth is 17 miles away, and has a great selection of things to see and do. The Barbican, The Hoe, The National Marine Aquarium and the Plymouth Pavilions, with its fun pool and ice rink, to name but a few.

One of our spacious rooms.

The wild and beautiful moors are just beyond Tavistock, with their wild Dartmoor ponies and sheep roaming freely – a great day out for everyone.

Morwellham Quay (a unique open air museum based around the ancient port and copper mine workings in the heart of the Tamar Valley), Lydford Gorge (famous scenic gorge on the edge of Dartmoor), Cothele House (An ancient and romantic house and gardens lost in woodlands above the River Tamar), Kit Hill (Highest Point in the Valley – stunning views), Brentor Church (beautiful little church built high on a hill with wonderful views), Buckland Abbey (Drakes ancient home), Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park (Tudor mansion and landscape gardens) to name but a few, are all within a few miles and well worth a visit.

Another room in Tamar Views.

The Eden Project is about 1 hour’s drive away, and we are about 25 miles form both the North and South coastal beaches.

There is also plenty of fishing, hiking, and golf for the enthusiast.

For the Attention of Golfers – Discounted Green Fees are available for many fine Golf Coursed in Devon and Cornwall when you book Golf breaks with us

All this could be yours along with comfortable accommodation with a friendly atmosphere and a superb breakfast cooked freshly for when you want it.