Longbow Barns Dartmouth
Barn | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Longbow Barns is self catering holiday accommodation situated next to the Britannia Royal Naval College and just a short walk downhill to the River Dart and Dartmouth Town.
Designed to give the maximum freedom for our guests to relax and enjoy their holiday, our ground floor apartment is suitable for children of all ages.The sitting room french windows open out onto a patio and a large garden area which has a pagoda type gazebo, (bbq, sun beds and garden furniture in season) and views of Kingswear over the River Dart estuary and out to the sea.
The accommodation has three bedrooms each with tv/dvd. Comprising two double bedrooms and a twin, all three have their own bathrooms, one of which is en suite.
The kitchen diner is a good size and a social space, the heart of the apartment. It is fully equipped and has seating for up to eight/ten people comfortably. It leads into the sitting room on one level, making the layout easier for guests with limited mobility. The cosy sitting room has three settees, a coffee table and flat screen tv/dvd. The french windows give direct access to the patio and garden.
A gently sloping lawned area leads to a pond with a child safety grid and a bridge over. There is always a lot of frog spawn in season, and assorted wildlife at other times to fascinate children! The garden is pretty, with shrubs and trees, but is not "precious",so children can run around without fear of damaging anything.
The barn has a wifi connection .
There is plenty of room for off road parking on the forecourt.
Longbow Barns also has an upper apartment sleeping up to four people in two en suite bedrooms, details of which can be seen on our Upper Apartment advert number 223089.
These apartments can be rented separately or combined to sleep up to ten people, ideal for family groups and friends get-togethers. Details can be seen on our Whole Barn advert number 269570.
Further details of the accommodation can be seen on our web site www.longbowbarns.co.uk
With its proximity to the South West Coastal Path, Dartmouth is ideally placed for walkers.
From Longbow,a good introduction to the town itself is to leave the barn and take the route through Mount Boone, down the winding paths through the old picturesque cottages into town near the Old Market, and walk through Dartmouth to Bayards Cove and the Dartmouth Arms; then on to Warfleet, along the coastal track road to the Castle from where a short walk through a wooded area will take you down to the rocks and the water's edge.
To the north of Longbow there is the historic town of Totnes. Get there by a twenty minute drive or a wonderful ferry trip up the River Dart passing Agatha Christie's Greenway on the way. Greenway house and garden is open to all during the season. Active guests have walked to Greenway from Longbow too, but a dedicated ferry is the option of choice for most!
The wilderness of Dartmoor is a forty minute drive but worth it. Winding roads along streams and gullies. Woods and rolling downs steeped in history. Choose a sunny day.
The nearest beach is beautiful Blackpool Sands with it's shop and award winning Venus Cafe and licenced restaurant; just a ten minute drive from Longbow Barns. Further on are three miles of Slapton Sands (shingle) and Slapton Ley nature reserve. Beyond the Ley and through small villages, there lies the ancient town of Kingsbridge and a few miles to the east is the yachting town of Salcombe with it's nearby sandy beaches . Further on, stunning Bantham and Bigbury-On-Sea are certainly worth a visit.
Or just sit back on the Dartmouth Town Embankment with fish and chips or an ice cream and watch the boats and ferries go by. Children of all ages love crabbing off the embankment. No-one fails to catch at least one.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Blackpool Sands 4 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||400 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter, Nearest railway: Totnes Main Line.|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Longbow Barns is self catering holiday accommodation with two separate fully equipped apartments. It has a friendly atmosphere and has been described as "a home from home". There is plenty of room both inside and out, with generous spaces. There are two gardens, one for each apartment.. There is ample off road parking on the forecourt.
The apartments can be rented separately or combined to use the whole building.
|Further details outdoors|
The private garden to the Lower apartment has estuary and sea views and is fully equipped with bbq, table/chairs, loungers (in season) and gazebo. A gently sloping lawned area has a child friendly pond with safety grid and bridge, and is edged with trees and shrubs. It is a sunny garden with room for children to play games or simply run about.
At the front of Longbow Barns there is room for up to seven cars on the forecourt.
If leaving your car on the forecourt for a trip into Dartmouth town, the bus service runs every twenty minutes (Check timetable) and the bus stops are just around the corner. The top deck of the double decker bus to Plymouth is the place to be for a great day out, and the bus stop is a matter of yards up the road.
We ask for a 50% deposit when booking your holiday and the balance one month prior to your arrival.
For bookings more than a year in advance, we ask for a third deposit. These can be paid by cheque or bank transfer.
The West Country region
Dartmouth is located in the area known as The South Hams, Devon and enjoys a temperate climate due to the near proximity of The Gulf Stream. Steeped in maritime history such as Bayards Cove where the Pilgrim Fathers embarked upon the Mayflower on their journey to the New World in 1620.
Dartmouth has been a fishing port for centuries and an important Royal Naval base since the Elizabethan times when explorers such as Raleigh, Drake, Hawley, Davis and Gilbert opened up the trade routes and remains to this day a bustling port with commercial and leisure vessels of all shapes and sizes coming and going.
With Dartmoor to the North and the sparkling coastline in the South to explore, and all the towns and villages to visit, its no wonder that visitors return to Dartmouth time and time again
In Dartmouth town you will find wonderful restaurants to dine in and sample the local food including the catch of the day or enjoy the atmospere of the local inns.
Shopping along the narrow streets of Dartmouth is a joy and all this is at the mouth of the picturesque River Dart with it's historic past. Take ferry trips to ancient Totnes or around the bay.
The town holds festivals almost every month of the year including the popular Royal Regatta at the end of August and the famous Red Arrows display.
Dartmouth is surrounded by beautiful countryside which offers stunning walks along the South West coastal paths that take you through woods and farms, past beaches and coves. Or just relax along the Dartmouth embankment and watch the boats go by with an ice cream.
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23 Apr 2014
We and the family shared both apartments of this wonderful, historic converted barn and enjoyed every minute of it. This was a 70th birthday get-together with extended family and it was such a happy t… More
20 Sep 2013
"Want a superb place to stay in Dartmouth? Look no further!"
To put it simply; we had a fantastic stay at Longbow Barns. We stayed in the lower apartment which is beautiful, characterful and cozy. It has everything you need and more from a wonderful view, a wel… More
19 Aug 2013
"Well positioned character property"
We all had a comfortable stay in this spacious barn. Wonderful kitchen, each bedroom has its own bathroom and fantastic views from the living room, kitchen and garden. Great position for Dartmouth tow… More
29 Jul 2013
"Excellent everything we needed"
We stayed in the lower apartment 4 adults and one 3 year old. Apartment had everything we needed to make our stay comfortable and is well laid out. Lovely garden with wonderful view down to the river.… More
22 Mar 2012
"Lovely old barn with great views, spotless, well equipped with lots of parking."
We stayed in the lower apartment for 3 nights mid march. We were visiting our daughter at The Naval college. The barn was lovely, warm and spotlessly clean. We were very impressed with the well equipp… More
24 Aug 2011
"a very nice holioday!!"
This was a very comfortable house to be on a spot ecellent!!… More
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