Morwellham Quay is currently closed please view this website for opening information.


The Ship Inn Pub is open seven days a week serving food and drinks. To book a table CLICK HERE
                                                          

 Camping 2021 see below.


Mad Dog Mcrea beer and cider festival event tickets CLICK HERE

Moody River Festival here on 18th/19th September
Live music covering wide range of genre including
folk, rock, jazz, flamenco, soul, punk, funk and more
featuring over 30 live acts.
To find out more an book tickets CLICK HERE


The village of Morwellham was once a thriving port with copper ore mined from its George & Charlotte mine being shipped throughout Europe.  Morwellham now forms the Eastern Gateway to the Cornwall & West Devon Mining landscape UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Ship Inn, is an 18th Century riverside pub situated in the center of Morwellham village alongside the River Tamar. The Inn offers a fine selection of local ales, & cider from our own brewery and orchards, with home cooked food, sourced from our farm & local suppliers.

Customers to the Ship Inn are free to arrive by Road or River and explore the center of the village and Shop where they can purchase our own pottery, beer, cider. gifts and locally produced ice cream.

If you're eyeing a break in this leafy part of Devon, Morwellham provides camping and caravan pitches in our village or campers also have the option to pitch up on the banks of The River Tamar. For more details, availability and booking online please click here.


If you wish to take up the unique opportunity to stay in our Village we are offering Camping and Caravan  pitches.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

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Morwellham Craft Courses
If you’ve ever thought about trying your hand at something different, realising your creative potential, or simply gaining an insight into some traditional rural crafts, then a series of courses being held at historic Morwellham Quay could be just what you’re looking for. More course info and fees