Welcome to Saltash, “The Gateway to Cornwall”. This town and civil parish finds itself in South West England, facing Plymouth over the River Tamar. It is perhaps best known for Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Royal Albert Bridge, which was constructed in the 1850s.

However, it’s also an excellent place to stop and enjoy an Afternoon Tea in Saltash. Why not find out today?

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When it comes to the history of Saltash, most think of the Royal Albert Bridge. Yet it was also once the home of Mary Newman, the first wife of Sir Francis Drake.

Geographically, the area is within easy reach of many major attractions in both Cornwall and Devon. You don’t have to venture too far, though, when it comes to finding a delightful Afternoon Tea Saltash venue. Go on – treat yourself and indulge today. You won’t be disappointed.