Saltash

Saltash is a fair sized town, the first in Cornwall for those crossing the Tamar from Plymouth on Brunelís Albert Bridge. A town tour explores its plentiful history, taking in among other sights its medieval church and a house Drake knew... Read More

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Port Eliot Festival
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Saltash Christmas Festival
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Hotels in Saltash - 13 places to stay

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The Crooked Inn

The Crooked Inn
Set in the beautiful and peaceful countryside of Cornwall with pleasant views over the lush Lynher Valley. The 'Crooked Inn' is a mere six miles from the historic heart of maritime Plymouth. with the added ... More | visit website
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St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club

St Mellion Hotel, Golf & Country Club

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St Mellion Hotel, Golf and Country Club is located in the Cornish Countryside yet only 10 minutes drive from Plymouth. With a choice of 2 ... More

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China Fleet Country Club

China Fleet Country Club

Set in 180 acres of exquisite countryside, on the cusp of Devon and Cornwall, China Fleet is one of the South Westís leading country clubs. Just 15 minutes from Plymouthís city centre, sitting on the ... More | visit website

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Pentillie Castle and Estate

Pentillie Castle and Estate
Enjoy the best in luxury B&B and boutique accommodation by staying at Pentillie Castle.
The 17th century Castle is set within 2,000 acres of woodland on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall. Offering ... More | visit website
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Eliot Arms

Eliot Arms

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The Eliot Arms is an idyllic community based pub set in a rural and tranquil setting known as St Germans. It is ideally situated for touring the Western Cornish Peninsula, ... More

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