About this listing
Brooming’s Attic is a quirky place to stay in a fantastic location.
Newly constructed apartment in the attic of a traditional stone built Cornish cottage and on the edge of the River Tamar.
A cosy loft apartment with outstanding views across the River Tamar. A quirky place to stay in a fantastic location.
A newly constructed apartment completed at Christmas 2012 on the edge of the River Tamar in a traditional Cornish stone cottage. The apartment has a separate shower room with designer fittings and a washing machine, a compact kitchenette with dishwasher, combination microwave oven and hob. The main living space boasts a top quality wall bed and a Juliet balcony window with views across the Tamer Valley. The apartment has been fitted with character features including a reclaimed pine floor.
Calstock is quiet village situated in the north of the Tamar Valley (‘an area of outstanding natural beauty’) with excellent transport links by both car, local bus and train. Tavistock and Dartmoor are short drives to the east, and access is excellent to both the north and south coasts of Cornwall and Bodmin Moor. Calstock has its own railway station and branch line from Plymouth with excellent connections to the north and London. There is a small village shop and thriving village pub serving excellent and affordable food. A Tesco home delivery is possible if ordered in advance with the owners. Several local families ‘grow their own’ and sell free range eggs and vegetables at the garden gate. The historic Cotehele House is a short walk through the woods and there are many other easy walking opportunities for keen ramblers. Canoe and cycle hire is also possible locally.
A self contained flat with compact fitted kitchen with dish washer, fridge with freezer compartment.
Interaction with guests
Owner lives in cottage underneath flat. Own separate access via 2 storey stair case.
Calstock is a quiet village situated in the Tamar Valley, it has excellent transport links by car, local bus and train. Access to Tavistock, Dartmoor and access is excellent to both the north and south coasts of Cornwall and Bodmin Moor.
There are two thriving village pubs serving excellent and affordable food, Calstock Arts Centre is adjacent to the property and well as a small gallery just few metres away. There is a good village shop (open all hours) and a hairdressers
Calstock has its own railway station and branch line from Plymouth with excellent connections to the north and London (4 hours + 30 mins to Calstock). Cornish Rover tickets on the train for £10 daily usable from Calstock with a change in Plymouth to further west.
There is a regular bus service to Tavistock and Callington. There are loads of local walks to distract you for a short stay.
Other things to note
Ideal for short stay for those attending events locally, and longer for those wanting a base and access via car to North and West Cornwall and West Devon.
You can manage without a car is you want a little retreat.
At least 2 nights stay preferred.
No smoking, no pets. Respect the property, it is the owner little get away and prize possession!
Don't complain about the sound of birds singing or ducks quacking!