Pub B&B Torpoint Cornwall

Good pubs in Torpoint Cornwall including gastro pubs and boutique pubs & Inns to stay.

Torpoint

Torpoint (Cornish: Penntorr) is a town in the far South East of Cornwall. Separated from the City of Plymouth by a stretch of water referred to as the Hamoaze, which is the mouth of the River Tamar. Torpoint's link to Plymouth (and Devonport) is facilitated by three passenger and vehicle ferries. The current ferries are propelled across the river by pulling themselves on chains. These chains sink to the bottom to allow shipping movements in the river. The ferry journey takes approximately 7 minutes. Torpoint is an eighteenth century planned town. The grid-based design for the town was commissioned by Reginald Pole Carew in the Parish of Antony in 1774. His family continued to have a strong influence in the area, having become the Carew Poles, and still reside at their family seat, Antony House. Due to the presence of Devonport Dockyard, the town grew as Dockyard workers settled there. The establishment of the Royal Navy's main training facility, HMS Raleigh, on the west side of Torpoint, boosted the number of inhabitants.

Torpoint, B&B

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Pub B&B accommodation Torpoint

Carbeille Inn,Torpoint

Carbeille Inn - Torpoint

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The Liscawn Inn,Torpoint

The Liscawn Inn - Torpoint

12 en-suite bedrooms each with remote controlled colour television and full hospitality trays.

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Real ales, great food

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Inn on the Shore,Torpoint

Inn on the Shore - Torpoint

comfortable accommodation with the most stunning views of the ocean

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