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Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Saltash, Cornwall

Crocadon Farm

Crocadon most probably is recorded in the original Doomsday book. Local records acknowledge its existence since 1237. The historic farmhouse of Crocadon offers spacious and comfortable facilities set in a private rural location. With 4 bedrooms, a drawing room with a TV, open fires and a pool table.

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Higher Chapel Farm

Higher Chapel Farm

Higher Chapel Farm is a working dairy farm with a herd of about 120 brown Swiss cows. Quite and rural but yet not far from the South coast of Cornwall with Looe and Polperro only about 20-30 minutes away by car. We are just over 1 mile from the National Trust property of Cotehele House with gardens and walks.

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Lantallack

Lantallack is a place for the free-spirited, for those who yearn something different and special; beautiful views across undulating countryside and wooded valleys, big open skies and unforgettable sunsets. Its peaceful situation makes it an ideal retreat for a truly relaxing holiday.

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Leigh Farm

Leigh farm offers secluded accommodation with unbroken views across open fields and woodland. It is the ideal location for a romantic getaway or a quiet and pleasant break. Despite the farm's secluded position, the A38 is just a 10-15 minute drive away. Plymouth city centre is easily accessible.

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Pentillie Castle

Pentillie Castle

Pentillie Castle, near to Plymouth and Saltash, on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall, has recently been fully restored to its rightful glory. There are nine luxury appointed en-suite bedrooms available for Bed and Breakfast stays.

Whatever brings you here, Pentillie Castle can be exclusively yours. Perfect for your wedding party or anniversary, great for conferences and the natural choice for shooting parties or golfing weekends. The house and grounds are a great backdrop for a fashion shoot and a stunning film location.

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Pentillie Castle and Estate

Pentillie Castle and Estate

Enjoy Pentillie Castle this year by booking B&B accommodation (Late Rooms discount inc in room rate) and explore the stunning landscaped gardens in all their glory. Pentillie Castle is recently refurbished family-run boutique accommodation on the border of Devon and Cornwall. Nine luxuriously appointed double bedrooms (one downstairs for guests with limited mobility) provide traditional country house accommodation with a modern twist. All the bathrooms are brand new and offer power showers most also offer deep baths. Each room has a television tea and coffee making facilities fabulous views comfortable Vi-Spring beds and wonderful linen. Toiletries are provided from the Cath Collins range. There is a games room with pool table tennis and Sky Sports for guests enjoyment. The outdoor Solar power heated swimming pool is open from April until September and as if this isn t enough the gardens recently compared to those of the Lost Gardens of Heligan by Channel 4 s Ruth Watson are yours to explore. Awarded a Gold award for B&B/Guest Accommodation at the Visit England Awards for Excellence 2012 Pentillie is not just a luxury place to stay but is also imbibed with history. Originally built in 1698 when James Tillie a flamboyant businessman built his grand home on the Cornish bank of the River Tamar and erected a statue of himself outside. In 1809 the family had more money to play with and commissioned 18th Century architect William Wilkins renowned for his Gothic flair to transform Pentillie into a castle. However by 1968 dated amenities and inheritance taxes led to the demolition of three wings and the scaling down of this tremendous property to its current size and layout . Pentillie Castle is also available for exclusive hire corporate meetings and conferences.

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Smeaton Farm

Smeaton Farm

Located near to Saltash the farm produces beef lamb and pork aswell as potatoes and cereals. Farm fresh meats are available for sale all of which come from the animals that can be seen grazing on the farm. br / br / br / br / The farm is ideally located for those wishing to discover this part of Cornwall with both AA 4-Star Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast and camping facilities available. Guests can enjoy our farm trail children s play area and picnic area. br / br / br / br / Every year the farm is home to the Amazing Cornish Maize Maze which attracts thousands of visitors from far and wide. While the Maze is open the farm offers a variety of additional attractions and activities including a gift shop cafe quizzes and games.

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