Saltash is a
town and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It has a
population of 14,964. It lies in the south east of Cornwall, facing
Plymouth over the River Tamar. It was in the Caradon district until
March 2009 and is known as "the gateway to Cornwall". Saltash means
ash tree by the salt mill. Saltash is the largest town within the
East Cornwall area and is one of the largest in Cornwall.
Saltash hosts a number of annual festivals: Saltash Mayfair takes
place in and around Fore Street during early May, and Saltash Town
Regatta brings music and entertainment to the Waterside area in the
summer. On the water there are intense Gig races with the best teams
taking part, along with Flashboat rowing and dinghy racing, and the
now infamous 'England and back' race between local organisations.
For 2008 a new five towns challenge has been added to the list of
events, pitting Saltash against Liskeard, Callington, Looe and
Torpoint. Ashore you will find many stalls, music and marquees.
Kilna Guest House
Tel: 01752 851236
Kilna Guesthouse offers
comfortable accommodation with older style furnishings to suit
the character of our old Cornish House with surrounding country
views. Close to A38 but set well back from the road our windows
are double glazed.
There are 2 family
rooms, 2 double rooms and 1single bedrooms and are all en-suite
except one single room which has its own private bathroom. down the
hall. All bedrooms are non-smoking. Each room has free view
television, tea and coffee facilities and a hairdryer.
The surrounding gardens are open to all guests, you can wonder
around the lawn, take a seat under the gazebo. The breakfast is
served in the very quaint dining room, which has kept all of its
character over the years. The lounge
room is available to all guests, the room provides plenty of
Offering 3 star accommodation and we have an award for our
Breakfast, free wi-fi connection and large off road parking which
can accommodate larger vehicles.
Kilna Guest House is situated near the Conwall/Devon border and a
quarter mile from the village of Tideford where the local pub has an
excellent reputation for good local food. Saltash is the nearest
town and adjoins Plymouth by the Tamar and Brunel bridges. The
property stands in 12 acres of land. By the side of the house is a
pretty country lane with a circular walk into the village.
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