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{"LocationDetails":{"Id":136,"Name":"Saltash \u0026 Torpoint","Description":"\u003ch1\u003eOur guide to Torpoint \u0026amp; Saltash holidays\u003c/h1\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eSituated on the Rame Peninsula and known as the \u0026#39;gateway to Cornwall\u0026#39;, Saltash connects Devon to Cornwall by rail and road. Saltash is accessed via a suspension bridge engineered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1859, which crosses the River Tamar. The bridge is an attraction in itself, a feet of engineering and graceful design, and can also be crossed on foot. Saltash is an ideal base for exploring the counties of Devon and Cornwall.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eNearby Torcross looks across the river towards Devonport, which, like Plymouth, is accessible by ferry. The quaint twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are nearby, with superb views across the estuary to Plymouth.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","Alias":"saltash-torpoint","MainImageLocation":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/emily.judge/2018/11/Saltash \u0026 Torpoint .jpg/carousel.jpg","PointOfInterests":[{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Cotehele House to Quay and Mill Walk","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe Tamar Valley acts as a natural border between Devon and Cornwall, so it\u0026rsquo;s always been an interesting area for a short stroll. Cotehele in the heart of the valley was once home to a thriving quay and flickering lime kilns, and today it makes a great place to explore without the car. The quayside is always a good place to start as you can enjoy a leisurely lunch in the Edgecumbe Arms and have a closer look at the historic barge, Shamrock before setting off.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe gardens are a beautiful example of how the area would have dazzled in the days when mining made the Tamar Valley a bustling hub of activity, and they set off the river views to perfection. You may find the landscape of the wider estate steep in places, but it\u0026rsquo;s worth the effort when you reach the Chapel and Prospect Tower.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eBuilt in around 1879, the tower was built as a folly by the owners to mark a visit from King George III. If you\u0026rsquo;ve got enough energy left you can take advantage of the staircase added by the National Trust and head up to the top.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.4948,"LocationLongitude":-4.22587,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/05/1367481872.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"the-tamar-valley/saltash-torpoint/cotehele-house-to-quay-and-mill-walk","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/05/1367481872.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Cotehele","Body":"\u003cp\u003eStep back in time at this peaceful Tudor house packed with textiles, armour and furniture. Much of the house is medieval and it\u0026rsquo;s thought to date all the way back to 1300, and the alterations made by Sir Richard Edgcumbe make it one of the UK\u0026rsquo;s best examples of a Tudor building.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe home\u0026rsquo;s medieval roots made it the perfect ancestral home, and the wealthy Edgcumbes enjoyed impressing their guests with it \u0026ndash; including King George III in the year 1789. The house has more than its share of tales and legends woven into its history, and the many textiles and tapestries found inside bring them to life for visitors. The walls are draped with imposing tapestries, the tables shine as though ready for guests and the whole building feels as though its influential owners might return any second. The house is also home to historic oak furniture, brass and pewter\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eCotehele is just as inspiring on the outside as inside, and visitors can take their pick of beautiful spots for a walk or just sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. The surrounding land is gorgeous in any season, and many visitors come every year to enjoy the gardens as they change. The first flowers of spring are always exciting as the gardens reawaken, and the herbaceous borders delight visitors during the summer.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eWander the Valley Garden until you feel a world away from the house, and make sure you get a photo of the dovecote as you pass. The Upper Garden has two orchards, and they produce local apples and cherries each year. \u0026nbsp;This is a garden with something for everyone, no matter when they discover it. Lastly, make sure you don\u0026rsquo;t miss Shamrock, the newly restored boat docked at the quay.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.4948,"LocationLongitude":-4.22587,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/JosephG/2013/05/Bunting.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"the-tamar-valley/saltash-torpoint/cotehele","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/JosephG/2013/05/Bunting.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Rame Head Peninsula","Body":"\u003cp\u003eDevon holidays are all about discovering those windswept landmarks that take your breath away, and few do so quite like the Rame Peninsula. Found inside the beautiful Rame Head Country Park, this landmark juts proudly out into the Tamar Estuary and it\u0026rsquo;s known by those who live nearby as \u0026lsquo;the forgotten corner\u0026rsquo;.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eYou don\u0026rsquo;t have to travel far from the Devon border to find yourself on this dramatic Cornish headland, and with water on three sides it has the feeling of being far more remote than it really is. There\u0026rsquo;s a tranquil atmosphere at this spot, and the landscape\u0026rsquo;s beauty makes it a popular starting point for a coastal walk. You\u0026rsquo;ll discover hidden little beaches where the only sound is the waves, and you can pick up the South West Coast Path at Cremyll and pass through Mount Edgecumbe Park (heralded as England\u0026rsquo;s most stunning walking route by the Shell Guide).\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe Rame Peninsula may be beautiful but it\u0026rsquo;s also been the site of some important historical finds over the centuries. Discoveries of flint tools and traces of a cliff castle show that Rame Head was settled as early as the Mesolithic period, and it\u0026rsquo;s difficult to imagine living in this exposed and rugged spot. You\u0026rsquo;ll also see the remains of a medieval chapel on the headland which was built from local slate, and if you walk a little further on you\u0026rsquo;ll pass a chapel once built by 11\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e century monks.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3127,"LocationLongitude":-4.22305,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/james.lund/2013/08/Rame Head at dawn.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/whitsand-bay-downderry/the-rame-head-peninsula","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/james.lund/2013/08/Rame Head at dawn.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Antony House","Body":"\u003cdiv\u003e\r\n\u003cdiv\u003e\r\n\u003cdiv\u003e\r\n\u003cdiv\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eAntony House is an imposing National Trust property with a rich history and it sits quietly in the countryside near Plymouth. If you get the feeling that you\u0026#39;ve seen the exterior of the house and its well-kept gardens somewhere before then you might just recognise them from the set of Tim Burton\u0026rsquo;s version of Alice in Wonderland. The elegant house and gardens were the perfect location for filming of the quirky film in 2009, and if you look closely you may see the odd strangely shaped hedge or statue leftover.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThere\u0026#39;s a classic beauty to the house and its fine collections make it a fascinating attraction to wander. The Woodland Gardens are also home to plenty to see and admire, so leave plenty of time for your visit. The stately home, gardens shop and tea rooms are open for tours between March and October, and the beautiful building remains home to the Carew Pole family, so you\u0026rsquo;ll get a unique view of the mansion as a family home too.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003c/div\u003e\r\n\u003c/div\u003e\r\n\u003c/div\u003e\r\n\u003c/div\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003e\u0026nbsp;\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3855,"LocationLongitude":-4.22636,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2013/09/chandelier.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"the-tamar-valley/saltash-torpoint/antony-house","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2013/09/chandelier.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Rising Sun","Body":"\u003cp\u003eKingsand holidays are all about embracing the traditional, stumbling across hidden gems and dining in listed buildings with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We\u0026rsquo;ll leave you to explore the many walks and hidden attractions once you\u0026rsquo;re in the area, but we can point you in the right direction for some hearty pub food in a listed building \u0026ndash; the Rising Sun.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThis is the kind of pub where locals will greet you like old friends and you can tuck into a hot meal and see if the many warm TripAdvisor reviews have got it right. It\u0026rsquo;s best to book a table in advance as the pub gets pretty busy, and being an old building it\u0026rsquo;s not the biggest. That said, the service is friendly and fast and many visitors return night after night during a holiday nearby.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3344,"LocationLongitude":-4.20125,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/james.lund/2013/08/urbanburger.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/kingsand-cawsand/rising-sun","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/james.lund/2013/08/urbanburger.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Halfway House Inn","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe Halfway House Inn was once in Cornwall AND Devon, and its heritage alone makes it a must for a visit during your holiday in Kingsand or Cawsand accommodation!\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe stream that runs behind the inn was once the marker for the ancient border between the two neighbouring counties, and is today the point at which the two pretty villages meet. The Halfway House is as traditional a Cornish inn as you could hope to visit, and it welcomes children and dogs on leads, so the whole family can come.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3333,"LocationLongitude":-4.20153,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/james.lund/2013/08/Pub fire.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/kingsand-cawsand/the-halfway-house-inn","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/james.lund/2013/08/Pub fire.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Devonport Inn","Body":"\u003cp\u003eHow does this sound, a picturesque inn in Cornwall, with no traffic for miles, Real Ale and views right across the Rame Peninsula? That\u0026rsquo;s what you\u0026rsquo;ll enjoy at the Devonport Inn in Cawsand. This is just the kind of pub that South West holidays are all about, welcoming, unassuming and in a beautiful setting.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eDogs are welcome both inside and out (please keep them on their leads and on the floor) and if the weather\u0026rsquo;s warm you can sit outside on the one the colourful chairs and watch the world go by. If you take the Cremyll Ferry over to Cornwall why not walk along the cliffs to the pub and reward yourselves with something from its gourmet menu? Although they don\u0026rsquo;t offer a children\u0026rsquo;s menu they are usually happy to serve half portions and the usual children\u0026rsquo;s favourites.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe chips at the Devonport Inn have taken on something of a legendary status amongst those of you who have already tasted them, and they always ensure that some tables remain unreserved so if you haven\u0026rsquo;t booked there\u0026rsquo;s a good chance you\u0026rsquo;ll be able to dine anyway.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3341,"LocationLongitude":-4.20011,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2014/01/pint.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/kingsand-cawsand/devonport-inn","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2014/01/pint.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Cross Keys Inn","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe Cross Keys Inn is one of the most popular eateries with those enjoying self-catering Cawsand accommodation. The inn is located on The Square and enjoys its location just a stone\u0026rsquo;s throw from Cawsand Beach. The restaurant prides itself on its fresh fish and impressive grills, served in the roomy dining room.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eIf you\u0026rsquo;re in the mood for something different, make sure you check the specials board too. All meals are cooked fresh on the premises, and the experienced chefs take care to use local ingredients and produce wherever possible, so you\u0026rsquo;ll get a real taste of Cornwall!\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.331,"LocationLongitude":-4.20193,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/james.lund/2013/08/fish dish.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/kingsand-cawsand/the-cross-keys-inn","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/james.lund/2013/08/fish dish.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Port Eliot House and Gardens ","Body":"\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll find Port Eliot House and Gardens quietly tucked in the Saltash countryside, and if you\u0026rsquo;re lucky enough to be in the area between March and June you\u0026rsquo;ll be able to wander this Grade 1 listed house. Still home to Lord and Lady St Germans, this rather beautiful country house is full of ancient treasures that make it the kind of place you could explore for hours.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eIf you\u0026rsquo;re keen not to miss a thing, there are guided tours of the house available included in the entry price. And, if you fancy peering behind the scenes of the house, tours of its kitchen, basement and even the candlelit wine cellars are available on a Monday or a Thursday during its open season. The basement\u0026rsquo;s fascinating, and you\u0026rsquo;ll be able to see some of the house\u0026rsquo;s oldest sections \u0026ndash; including walls that date all the way back to the 9\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e century and the monastery windows that date back to the 12\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e century.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eIf you were hoping to explore the gardens with your dog (and we have to admit they look like the perfect spot for a dog walk with a difference), you\u0026rsquo;ll be welcome to bring your pet into the grounds with a garden ticket.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.3974,"LocationLongitude":-4.30975,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2016/11/iStock_23033164_LARGE.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"the-tamar-valley/saltash-torpoint/port-eliot-house-and-gardens","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2016/11/iStock_23033164_LARGE.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]}],"MetaData":{"Title":"Holidays in Saltash, Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Saltash \u0026 Torpoint","Description":"Saltash \u0026 Torpoint are towns situated in the southeast of Cornwall. 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