Cheap Hotels in Saltash
Near Elliott's Grocery Store Museum
This leading Country Club is set in 180 acres of beautiful Cornish countryside, just over the Tamar Bridge. Guests have free use of the China Fleet County Club’s health club facilities; these include a 25-metre pool, fitness suite, racquet sports, and Aqua Spa which features sauna, steam room, salt room, laconium, ice feature, heated loungers and spa bath. The hotel also boasts a championship golf course and a 28-bay floodlit driving range. A new Woodland Adventure Golf Course is also featured. The spacious apartments are equipped with free broadband, satellite TV and tea and coffee-making facilities. China Fleet also has a brasserie, bar, upper deck bistro, barn spa, day care, nature trail and conference facilities. The property now features a new dining option, The Cabin - Cafe & Bar, which offers alfresco and indoor dining, and guests can choose to eat in or takeaway.
Higher Chapel Farm Bed & Breakfast Hotel
Near Tamar Valley
The Weary Friar Hotel
Smeaton Farm Hotel
Pentillie Castle & Estate Hotel
On a river
Hotels in Saltash
One of the most striking landmarks of this quiet Cornish town is Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge, which marked its 150th anniversary in 2009 and links Devon and Cornwall.
This attractive settlement has existed since the Middle Ages, and benefits from fine views over the River Tamar estuary. If you're keen to learn more about the town's history, consider visiting the Saltash Museum, which opened in 2000 and contains an interesting collection of artefacts related to the town's heritage.
The Royal Albert Bridge
172 feet high and almost 2, 200 feet wide, the Royal Albert Bridge is among the most architecturally impressive river crossings in the country. The structure, which took almost five years to build, received a prestigious Grade I listed designation in the 1950s, and is often included in many local tourist guidebooks.
The Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park
Surrounding more than 800 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, Mount Edgcumbe House dates back to the 16th century and was carefully refurbished after the Second World War. Visit the much-loved Stables CafÃ© and enjoy some scrumptious fresh breakfasts, lunches and cakes, and don't forget to see the Grade I listed Cornish Gardens and the Italian Garden.
Another imposing historic house, Saltram dates back to the Georgian period and commands superb views of the scenic River Plym. The building was originally the residence of the affluent Parker family and is renowned for its large painting collection and elaborate Chinese-themed dÃ©cor.
Enjoy some excellent hospitality and stylish accommodation at the St Mellion International Resort, or book a stay at the affordable and well-presented Travelodge Saltash or the deluxe China Fleet Country Club. Other reputed, value-for-money Saltash hotels include the Trenethick Farmhouse B&B and Smeaton Farm.
Places to dine in Saltash
If you're after some delightful British, Mediterranean and seafood dishes, choose The Cardinals Hatt, or enjoy some divine Italian cuisine at the Caffe Corradi. You can also treat yourself to other delicious British dishes at the Windy Ridge Eating House, Rod & Line Pub, or the Heskyn Mill Restaurant.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Saltash
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Saltash?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Saltash are China Fleet Country Club, The Brunel and The Crooked Inn - Inn.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Saltash?The lowest price for a double room in Saltash is £60.
What are the best hotels in Saltash near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Saltash, you can consider staying at The Brunel, China Fleet Country Club and The Crooked Inn - Inn.
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