Orchard Cottage is a gorgeous Gothic Victorian style cosy retreat with beautiful arched windows. It benefits from your own private hot tub and is set in extensive grounds with facilities including a tennis court, games room, river frontage, woodland and an orchard.
What makes a stay at Orchard Cottage unique?
The peace and tranquility feels like you are a million miles from City life, you can relax in the hot tub during your evenings and spot wildlife galore including owls and bats. During the day, there are kingfishers and otters often seen in the pond just outside your garden and on the Salt Marsh. A swing in the hammock in orchard is not to be missed with stunning views over the Tamar Bridge. The amenities of city life are close by in Plymouth and plenty of delicious eating out options both in Plymouth and other surrounding villages. For those with a young child, the hot tub is just outside the backdoor so you can hear your little one.
What is the capacity for Orchard Cottage?
The cottage is suitable for up to 3 people. It has a studio bedroom / sitting room with a king size double bed (that can be changed for 2 singles) and a double sofa bed suitable for a youngster. There is space of a cot for a baby. The kitchen / dining room and bathroom are separate.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Saltash area?
Walks along the river front, or further afield along the South Coast Way finding hidden coves. Or perhaps a moorland walk on Dartmoor or Bodmin Moor both of which are within an easy drive. There are also lots of cycling, golf, water sports (including SUP) and children's attractions locally. Discounted tickets for The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are available to guests.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Lots of dining options in Plymouth, Saltash. Nearby pubs include The Weary Friar, a lovely traditional inn with traditional pub food, and the Who'd Have Thought It Inn has breathtaking views over the Tamar from their conservatory. The renown Rod and Line Pub has the pub atmosphere of old and an excellent reputation as a music venue. The Springer Spaniel Pub (20 minutes away) has very tasty ‘fine dining' food. A visit to the riverside village of Calstock is well worth it and there try The Tamar Inn. The Carew Arms in Anthony (30 minutes away) does excellent food and is very close to Portwrinkle beach. For tea, lunch, tapas dinner The Long Gallery in St Germans is recommended.
There are a number of bookable experiences and treats here at Lower Marsh Farm including private wild food foraging workshops, wine or gin tasting evenings, spa treatments, afternoon tea, suppers and more. Enquire for more details when making your booking.