The Crooked Inn

Inn in Saltash, Cornwall

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Stoketon Cross
Saltash
Cornwall
England
PL12 4RZ

The Crooked Inn, Saltash

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Set in the beautiful and peaceful countryside of Cornwall with pleasant views over the lush Lynher Valley. The 'Crooked Inn' is six miles from the historic heart of maritime Plymouth. Traditional Cornish hospitality is ensured in this family-run inn.

Fifteen tastefully designed, well appointed en-suite rooms makes it an ideal base for a Westcountry holiday, weekend or overnight break.

Set in the beautiful and peaceful countryside of Cornwall with pleasant views over the lush Lynher Valley. The 'Crooked Inn' is a mere six miles from the historic heart of maritime Plymouth. with the added attraction of traditional Cornish hospitality this family-run inn has tastefully designed en-suite accommodation making it an ideal base for a Westcountry holiday, weekend or overnight break.

Though only half a mile from the Penzance to Plymouth trunk road, this friendly hostelry is within easy reach of local resorts, secluded beaches, moorland and other attractions for which Cornwall, England's most westerly county, is famous. Your Hosts will not only ensure a pleasant welcome but will also make you feel at home in this delightful pub with an ambience all of its own. An extensive range of home cooked meals, using local produce, is served in the ancient timber beamed bar before an open log fire.

Tony keeps a well-stocked cellar with a good choice of real ales, wines and spirits. The Rooms are available to all through the year for the short stay business man needing quick connections to Plymouth and the South West. Or for those who prefer to take advantage of the mild climate of Cornwall in the quieter seasons of the year.

Our bar & restaurant are location in the oldest part of the property. Still keeping many original features it is that perfect mix between traditional surroundings and modern comforts. The log burners keep you warm in the winter whils't the doors open out on marveouls views for the lazy summertime afternoons.

Our extensive lawns and gardens spread around the entire property, we have more than enough space for a marquee so if your wedding or birthday requires more room then we can accommodate you easily. We have a great BBQ area for sunny days and warm evenings. We can arrange a complete BBQ feast for as many or as few as you require.

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