Self Catering Asccommodation in Saltash

Saltash is a quaint little waterside estuary village where the River Tamar flows into Plymouth Sound. It is sufficiently removed from neighbouring Plymouth’s urban bustle by the huge expanse of water so beloved of sea farers and navel captains. Many of its little fishermen’s houses together with some grander Victorian properties are now available as holiday cottages all year round. Saltash will appeal to those looking for a peaceful self-catering holiday in an idyllic cottage in a peaceful village-like atmosphere yet within easy reach of major attractions and quiet coves in Plymouth and East Cornwall. Saltash is indeed a true gateway to Cornwall or Devon, depending on your direction of travel. You can reach it by car, train or boat.

3 cottages found. 3 match all criteria.

The Boathouse is a large, detached Cornish holiday cottage, beautifully furnished, in a special waterside spot on its own quay on the tidal reaches of the Tamar in Cargreen near Saltash. Relax and watch riverside life drift gently by. Enjoy, superb waterside and rural views in every direction.

  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

This secluded country cottage with swimming pool has stunning views across wooded valleys. It has a large private garden and a patio with built-in bbq. It's perfect for exploring many of the wonderful nearby local beaches, while Dartmoor,Bodmin moor and the Eden Project are just 25 minutes by car.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

Once a Medieval fortified mansion, Crocadon Farm offers high quality self-catering accommodation near Saltash in Cornwall opposite the renowned St Mellion Golf and Country Club. This large, beautiful and pet friendly holiday cottage in Cornwall sleeps 14 in comfort and style.

  • Sleeps 14
  • Bedrooms 7
  • Bathrooms 4

There are plenty of opportunities to get out on Plymouth Sound, from sailing to kayaking. Take a boat up to the National Trust’s historic house at Cotehele or further on to Calstock (home of the best Cornish ice cream) Alternatively, just take the car ferry at Torpoint across the Sound to visit Plymouth’s many visitor attractions such as its Theatre Royal, the National Marine Aquarium on Plymouth Hoe (where Drake played bowls) or the magnificent Tinside Lido, a restored Art Deco open air pool. It has sweeping views of Drake’s Island, back across The Sound to Saltash and Torcross.

Play soldiers with the kids at Crownhill fort – 34 cannon placements and half a mile of secret tunnels and take them to visit the Cornish Seal Sanctury at Gweek If you like winter sports, then you can ski on the dry slopes at the Plymouth Ski Centre or take a turn on the ice at the Plymouth Pavilions Ice Rink. In Cornwall, the resorts and fishing villages of of Looe and Polperro will be within a day or half day-trip range of your holiday cottage as will the amazing Eden Project near St. Austell.