The Rifle Volunteer, St Ann's Chapel, is on the A390 between Tavistock and Callington. The Inn can be reached from North Devon Via the A30 to Okehampton, taking the A386 to Tavistock and then the A390 sign posted Callington and Liskeard. Alternatively, the Inn can be reached on the A390 directly from Callington. The Rifle Volunteer Inn is ideally situated with a large catchment area which includes the major centres of Plymouth, Tavistock, Okehampton, Launceston, Liskeard, Callington, and Saltash. The area is popular all year round and benefits from proximity to many visitor attractions including The Tamar Valley Railway Line, Morwellham Quay, Cotehele House (National Trust), Calstock Viaduct, Buckland Abbey (National Trust), The Garden House, Dupath Well House and Kit Hill amongst others. St Mellion Golf Club is a short drive as is Dartmoor National Park, its South Western fringes being less than a 20 minutes drive from the Inn. The Ancient Market Town of Tavistock is approximately 5 miles from The Rifle Volunteer.
The Rifle Volunteer Inn is a deceptively large stone built detached property with white washed elevations under various pitch roofs. The premises have been significantly extended over the years particularly with the impressive Conservatory Restaurant and Terrace at ground floor level. The Inn is well presented throughout and offers a very welcoming atmosphere with character trading areas.