TIN MINE - 2 unusual romantic riverside retreats. Log fires, river views, wildlife, ruins. Each sleeps 2. The Count House was the mine captain's office & The Smithy the workshop of the mine. Both are Grade II Listed within 16 acres of woodland on the banks of the Tamar Situated on the tidal reaches of The Tamar nr Morwellham Quay where the series "Edwardian Farm" was filmed. …see more
TIN MINE - 2 unusual romantic riverside retreats. Log fires, river views, wildlife, ruins. Each sleeps 2. The Smithy was the workshop of the mine & The Count House the mine captain's office. Both are Grade II Listed within 16 acres of woodland on the banks of The Tamar. …see more
Additional Information: Offering tantalising glimpses of the glittering Tamar River, Honicombe Manor is a delightfully leafy retreat on the very edge of Dartmoor. Surrounded by woodland and quiet streams, it's also conveniently close to historic Plymouth. The sleeping arrangements are 1 double bed, 6 single beds & a sofa-bed in the lounge …see more
The property is situated overlooking the River Tamar. Calstock has its own railway station and branch line from Plymouth with excellent connections to the north and London (4 hours + 30 mins to Calstock). …see more
pretty character cottage in walkers paradise this delightful property has been tastefully refurbished by its owner yet retains much of its traditional rural cottage charm. Situated in the village of bere alston in the tamar valley an area of outstanding natural beauty it is a great base for exploring the southern coastline of both counties. You will find there is so much to do in this area; nestling on the devon/cornwall border with rugged dartmoor on your doorstep there are many beautiful scenic walks and devon and cornwall s beautiful unspoilt beaches are within easy reach. The ancient market town of tavistock is only a 5 mile drive and boasts a covered market attractive shops and farmers markets. Slightly further afield yet still within easy reach you will find plymouth which offers a wide variety of restaurants and shops historic barbican and hoe theatre royal and cinema complex as well as the national marine aquarium. Other must see attractions in the area include morwellham quay buckland abbey and the garden house as well as an array of national trust properties to visit. The accommodation offers two bedrooms: 1 double on the first floor and 1 small single room on the ground floor. Bathroom: with shower over bath and wc (located on slightly elevated level). Lounge/diner: cosy room with feature fireplace (non-working) and flatscreen tv/dvd. Kitchen: compact area with electric oven and hob fridge with freezer compartment microwave and washer/dryer. Outside: enclosed garden accessed via steps with lawn area and garden furniture. Amenities: free parking in local car park behind the property 50-100 yards. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no smoking inside the property. 1 well-behaved dog welcome. Additional info: lovely circular walks around bere alston passing the river train station and woods. Tesco will deliver. Location: beach at wembury 17 miles train station 0.5 miles play area and park pub and village shop within walking distance. …see more
This cosy 250 year old terraced holiday cottage is set in the picturesque centre of a preservation area of the village of Calstock. This is a south facing village, near to the NT property, Cotehele. The Tamar Valley is renowned as an area of outstanding beauty, withi... …see more
spacious self contained annexe enjoying large private enclosed garden located within the quiet hamlet of harewood within easy reach of the charming village of calstock. A short walk from the train station with regular services into plymouth meander along the banks of the river tamar taking in some of the estuary scenes popular with all ages. Plymouth offers a wealth of restaurants shops and pubs as well as an array of activities for young and old alike to enjoy from the theatre royal national marine aquarium the eden project and the historic hoe to name but a few. The historic town of tavistock with its independent shops and ancient pannier markets is 7 miles away. Within easy reach to both the coast and moorland the property can be used as a great base for touring the whole of this area of outstanding natural beauty. The accommodation is all on one level and offers one bedroom: double. Shower room: with wc. Lounge: offers ample seating with flatscreen tv dvd and skytv . Kitchen/diner: with cooker fridge freezer and microwave. Outside: offers a large enclosed garden and patio area with seating and bbq. Amenities: off-road parking. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 dog welcome. Use of owner s washing machine if required. Location: beach 12 miles shop and pub 1 mile. …see more
A detached holiday cottage in the grounds of the owner's property, with views across the open countryside and down river. A perfect retreat for active couples who enjoy cycling, canoeing and hiking, or for those who are just in search of picturesque settings, quiet w... …see more
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