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Pentillie Castle & Estate

  • VisitEngland 5 Star Guest Accommodation
  • VisitEngland Gold Award
  • VisitEngland Breakfast Award
  • Green Tourism Gold Award

Guest Accommodation with 9 rooms

VISITENGLAND 5 STAR GUEST ACCOMMODATION, VISITENGLAND GOLD AWARD, VISITENGLAND BREAKFAST AWARD, GREEN TOURISM GOLD

Contact

Regan Bailey

Pentillie Castle,
Paynters Close,
Saltash,
PL12 6QD

01579 350044

Address

St Mellion,
Saltash,
PL12 6QD

Pentillie Castle & Estate

Pentillie Castle & Estate

Details

CORNWALL TOURISM AWARDS 2011 - B&B/Guest Accommodation of the Year - Gold Award
CORNWALL TOURISM AWARDS 2010 - B&B/Guest Accommodation of the Year - Bronze Award
ENJOY ENGLAND 5 Star Guest Accommodation and Gold Award
WINNERS OF THE BED & BREAKFAST AND GUEST ACCOMMODATION OF THE YEAR AT THE SOUTH WEST TOURISM AWARDS 2011

Set within a 2,000 acre country estate, 17th century Pentillie Castle, offers award-winning accommodation, beautiful gardens and a warm homely atmosphere.

The current generation of the Coryton family inherited Pentillie Castle in September 2007. Following an extensive renovation project, and advice from Channel 4?s Ruth Watson when featured on Country House Rescue, Pentillie Castle now offers luxurious accommodation in spectacular surroundings overlooking the River Tamar.

There are nine luxury en-suite bedrooms for you to enjoy; eight upstairs with super-king size beds and great views, and one downstairs which is suitable for guests with limited mobility.

There is also an outdoor solar heated swimming pool for guests to enjoy (April-end October) and a games room with widescreen TV, Sky, pool/ table tennis, darts board and DVD player.

However it is the grounds that are truly spectacular. We urge all guests to borrow a pair of our wellies to explore the beautiful woodland gardens down to the River Tamar and across to Sir James Tillie’s mausoleum.

The Castle is also available for exclusive hire, corporate meetings, conferences and relaxing holidays.

Children welcome from any age.

Location

Directions

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Map reference: NS 409450  Lat: 50.45870 Long: -4.24279

Pentillie Castle and Estate is located about 15 miles from Plymouth on the Tamar River. It is a straightforward 4 hour drive, or 3.5 hour train journey from West London.

Train
Plymouth is on the main London Paddington to Penzance trainline, about 3.5 hours from London. Pentillie is only 20 minutes by car/taxi from the station.

Car
From West London
Take the M4 to the West, Bristol and Wales. Keep going until Junction 20 (approx 2 hours) where you head for the South West and Exeter.
Follow the M5 until it becomes the A38 at Exeter (approx 1 hour). Keep in the right hand lanes as you pass Exeter to ensure that you remain on the A38.
Continue on the A38 until you reach the Tamar Bridge (approx 45 minutes).

From the Tamar Bridge follow directions below from Plymouth...

From South London
Take the M3 towards the South West.
At Junction 8 take the A303 towards Andover and Salisbury. After 7 roundabouts, and approximately 3 hours take the ramp towards Plymouth, Torquay, Okehampton and the M5.
Merge onto the M5 and then follow the A38 until you reach the Tamar Bridge (approx 45 minutes)

From the Tamar Bridge follow directions below from Plymouth...

From Plymouth
Take the A38 signposted to Saltash and Liskeard.
Cross the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall and keep in the right hand lane towards Liskeard and the A38.
The road passes through a tunnel and then up a long hill. Towards the top of the hill move into the right hand lane as at the roundabout you need to turn RIGHT onto the A388 towards Callington and Launceston.
Cross the mini-roundabout and continue through Carkeel and out towards Hatt.
Go straight across HATT roundabout towards Callington.
Take the 3rd right after Hatt roundabout, at a large roadsign called PAYNTER’s CROSS with direction signs to Cargreen and Landulph, and the Crooked Spaniards Inn.
The road jinks left and then right. As it turns to the right you will see the granite gateposts and entrance to Pentillie Castle straight in front of you.
Drive through the granite gateposts and follow the driveway down to the house taking care of the speed humps.

From South and West Cornwall
Follow the A38 to Saltash.
At Saltash, turn left onto the A388 towards Callington and Launceston.
Cross the mini-roundabout and continue through Carkeel and out towards Hatt.
Go straight across HATT roundabout towards Callington.
Take the 3rd right after Hatt roundabout, at a large roadsign called PAYNTER’s CROSS with direction signs to Cargreen and Landulph, and the Crooked Spaniards Inn.
The road jinks left and then right. As it turns to the right you will see the granite gateposts and entrance to Pentillie Castle straight in front of you.
Drive through the granite gateposts and follow the driveway down to the house taking care of the speed humps.


From North Cornwall
Take the A30 to Launceston.
At Launceston, take the A388 towards Callington and Saltash.
Go through the village of St.Mellion and straight across the roundabout after the village.
Take the 3rd left (the first two are little ones) at PAYNTER’S CROSS, signposted to Landulph, Cargreen and the Crooked Spaniards Inn.
The road jinks left and then right. As it turns to the right you will see the granite gateposts and entrance to Pentillie Castle straight in front of you.
Drive through the granite gateposts and follow the driveway down to the house taking care of the speed humps.

Facilities

Children welcome from any age.