Calstock is 7 miles south west of Tavistock just off the A390. It is 18 miles from the centre of Plymouth, which is a 35 minute drive via Callington and the A388/390.
Free parking is available in the main village car park and at Calstock railway station.
Bus route 79 runs from both Callington and Tavistock.
You can also come by train to Calstock railway station, which is only 2 minutes walk from the Old Chapel. The Tamar Valley lines runs from Plymouth to Gunnislake and is one of England’s loveliest country branch lines. It travels via Devonport, Dockyard, Keyham, St. Budeaux, Bere Ferres and Bere Alston. Train times generally coincide with our performances but please check as the schedule can change. Train times can be found here.
Depending upon the tides, you can even arrange to come to Calstock by boat.
The main venue of the Old Chapel provides good access and full facilities for the disabled. Please contact us if you are attending a performance and need wheel chair access and space.
There is parking available reasonably close to the Old Chapel but the building does face onto a steep hill. For those being driven they can be dropped off at the main entrance.
At present there is no disabled access to the Gallery Bar and the Kelly Room. For events where food and drink are available, we are happy to serve disabled visitors in the main auditorium.
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There is lots to do in Calstock & the surrounding area so why not make a day or even a weekend of a visit to the Old Chapel.
This includes pubs (The Tamar Inn & The Boot Inn), a coffee shop (Lishe) , ice cream parlour (Valentis), gallery (LimeKiln Gallery) and a pottery (Salmagundi) all within the village and much more nearby.
We also have a social club and village hall by the Quay.
Calstock is on the new Tamara Coast to Coast Way.
The National Trust house and gardens at Cotehele are 40 minutes walk from the village.