Dining Out in Saltash, Cornwall
Ashtorre Rock Tea Room, Saltash
Ashtorre Rock is the first building you pass as you enter Cornwall driving over the Tamar bridge or by train over the Brunel Bridge into Saltash. You pass over the top of our beautiful building. Situated directly under the bridge and alongside the water front, there is no better place to sit enjoy a coffee or tea and look out over the River Tamar and across to Devon. Ashtorre Rock is a registered charity that was created in 1991. Originally it was a single story community centre then after ten years fund raising a first floor extension was added. The ground floor now acts as a tea room, open to everyone 7 days a week from 10.00am4.00pm.The first floor is used by community groups and clubs. If you wish to hire the first floor for a community group contact us.The tea room is run totally by volunteers.
Old Ferry Road, Waterside, Saltash
Tel. 01752 844255
Who'd Have Thought It Inn, Saltash
The 'Who'd Have Thought It Inn' at St. Dominic, near Saltash is a quintessential country pub and restaurant, located on the edge of the river Tamar within the Cornwall countryside. With breathtaking views as far as the eye can see, and its award winning kitchens the 'Who'd Have Thought It Inn' is the perfect retreat for a spot of lunch, or an evening to remember.
Tel. 01579 350214
Stay at a nearby Holiday Park and keep the kids amused all day! Parks in the vicinity include those at:
Plenty of hotels are available locally. Consider those in the local towns: