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Welcome to The Cardinals Hatt

Address: Hatt, Saltash, PL12 6PJ

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Just 3 miles from Saltash, The Cardinals Hatt features an à la carte restaurant and comfortable en suite rooms. Near the Devon/Cornwall border, with Plymouth just 15 minutes’ drive away, it has a cosy bar with free Wi-Fi, and free parking. All rooms include a TV and tea and coffee facilities. Each has en suite bathroom facilities with shower and complementary toiletries. Full English and vegetarian cooked breakfasts are joined by Spanish omelettes, bacon baps and smoked salmon bagels on the Cardinals Hatt menu. There are also ham and cheese croissants, cereals and porridge with maple syrup. Evening meals can be purchased in the bar, which also stocks a range of real ales and wines. The Cardinals Hatt is just under 15 miles from Dartmoor National Park. The Cornish coastal town of Looe is 13 miles away.

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St Mellion Golf & Country Club - Cornwall - Golf

St Mellion Golf & Country Club  - Cornwall - Golf

Distance 2.75 miles (4.41 km)
Play championship golf in Cornwall at St Mellion International Hotel, Golf and Country Club, near Plymouth, Devon - the leading venue in Cornwall for golf and perfect for a break whether for business or pleasure. With its two championship golf courses, this famous West Country golf resort has hosted the Benson & Hedges International six times, making St Mellion the finest venue for golf in Cornwall and one of Europe's premier golf and leisure resorts.

Cotehele - St Dominick - Country Home

Cotehele - St Dominick - Country Home

Distance 4.51 miles (7.22 km)
At the heart of this riverside estate sits the granite and slatestone house of Cotehele, built mainly between 1485 and 1560 with later modifications, and a home of the Edgcumbe family for centuries. Intimate chambers feature large Tudor fireplaces and rich hangings. Outside, the formal gardens overlook the richly planted valley garden below, with medieval dovecote, stewpond and Victorian summer house, and 18th-century tower above. At the Quay interesting old buildings house the Edgcumbe Arms tea-room and an outstation of the National Maritime Museum. The restored Tamar sailing barge Shamrock is moored alongside. A network of footpaths throughout the estate provides a variety of riverside and woodland walks with nature conservation and industrial archaeology interest.

Whitsand Bay Hotel and Golf Club - Portewrinkle - Golf

Whitsand Bay Hotel and Golf Club - Portewrinkle - Golf

Distance 5.38 miles (8.6 km)
Standing proud above the rugged Cornish coastline stands the magnificent country house that is the Whitsand Bay Hotel & Golf Club. An easy 20-minute drive from the busy maritime city of Plymouth, this spectacular venue is steeped in history and tradition. Set between Crafthole and the sea at Portwrinkle the course has dramatic panoramic coastal views. The course was laid by Fernie of Troon in 1905 and although Max Faulkner holds the course record of 62 set in 1947, it is designed for the holiday golfer as well as the serious club golfer. Challenging holes mingle with straightforward holes with dramatic views. A fabulous place to learn, play and compete.

Plymouth Argyle Football Club - Football Club

Plymouth Argyle Football Club - Football Club

Distance 5.62 miles (8.99 km)
During 2001 Home Park was transformed, with three sides of the ground being completely re-built. Both the ends and one side of the ground has been replaced , by single tiered, covered all seated stands. Most impressively the corners between these stands have been filled so that the ground is totally enclosed on those sides. This just leaves just the Grandstand at one side of the pitch, as the only remnant of the old Home Park. This classic looking stand dates back to the late 1940's, is partly covered, with seating at the rear and a large terrace at the front. Home Park is the most westerly and southerly League Ground in England.