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B and Bs in Saltash

Hay Lake Farm
Lantallack Cross
Landrake

Saltash
Cornwall

PL12 5AE | View map

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Hay Lake Farm offers very comfortable, modern bed and breakfast holiday accommodation with spacious en-suite facilities. Situated in a quiet location in the countryside within easy access of the A38, Plymouth, Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor and both the north and south coast of Cornwall. Many National Trust properties and the Eden Project are within easy reach by car, and there are facilities for both golf and coarse fishing in the area. If you are visiting the area for a wedding or family party there is easy access to Plymouth, Saltash, Liskeard, Tavistock and Callington. The owners can also offer you the opportunity to bring your horse on holiday with you as they have Equestrian facilities available, offering the pleasure of hacking around the quiet country lanes. For those who enjoy walking or cycling there are miles of lanes and footpaths around the house that offer an ever changing scenery of hedgerows and wildlife throughout the year. Local attractions include the towns of Looe and Polerro, Whitsand Bay, Dartmoor National park, Bodmin National Park, St Mellion Gold Club, the Eden Project and The Lost gardens of Heligan.

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