Tavistock Arms Hotel

A Restaurant with rooms in Gunnislake, Cornwall (Tamar Valley)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Fore Street
PL18 9BN

Tavistock Arms Hotel, Gunnislake

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Accommodation Description:

The Tavistock Arms Hotel is a restaurant with rooms and bars. Situated in the middle of Gunnislake in the Tamar Valley an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it is accessible to Devon and Cornwall as well as the cities and towns such as Plymouth, Callington, Saltash, Launceston, Liskeard, Dartmoor and Princetown.

A long established venue the Tavistock Arms is gaining a reputation for its restaurant and cuisine. The Restaurant has recently been refurbished maintaining the cosy feeling of a family run hotel whilst providing an interesting and tasty menu. The bars are popular with an interesting selection of beers (we are a free house) as well as tea & coffee and the hotel is popular for locals and visitors.

The hotel also caters for long-term residents which help with the family feeling. We are pleased to cater for parties weddings & other social occasions. The Tavistock Arms is owned by Robert & Audrey Hughes and has been owned by the Hughes family for over 20 years.

Our team of staff are commited to giving you the best service possible.

3 star rating

From: £40.00

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Room Facilities
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities

Room service
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
The Restaurant has recently been refurbished maintaining the cosy feeling of a family run hotel whilst providing an interesting and tasty menu.


Child Facilities

Pet Policy

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