The property has been stylishly renovated with luxurious fittings such as the new kitchen and the Jacuzzi bath tub. The quality of materials used is uncompromising and is evident throughout, with highlights including the high quality sofas and the fine Egyptian linen.
Externally there is parking for one car along with a sun terrace. The enclosed south facing garden provides a secluded and tranquil place for al-fresco dining.
Dartmouth town centre is within a 5 minute walk along the river and has a wide selection of fine restaurants, bars, cafe's, galleries and shops top explore. From the embankment take a leisurely scenic boat tour up the River Dart to the market town of Totnes or visit the Greenway National Trust property. Catch the passenger ferry across the river to Kingswear and follow the undulating South West Coastal Path to Brixham or sit back and relax on the steam railway running to Paignton.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter International 40 km, Nearest railway: Paignton 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||TV, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||3 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
* The living room offers unrestricted views of Britannia Royal Naval College and the River Dart.
* Furnished with a sofa, matching sofa bed, coffee table, and a stool situated in the window.
* Features an LCD TV with integrated Freeview and a Blu-ray DVD player.
* The dining area features a wooden table and four matching wicker chairs.
* Furnished with a sofa bed, captains chest and a lamp.
* The kitchen has been created to maximise space and comprises of integrated appliances including an electric oven with halogen hob, fridge/freezer and microwave.
* Full range of utensils and accessories including a kettle and toaster.
* Views out onto the River Dart and surrounding countryside.
* The bedroom benefits from views out onto the River Dart.
* Furnished with zip and link beds which are arranged as a king size or twin beds on request.
* Also furnished with bedside shelf and lamp, chest of drawers and an LCD TV with integrated Freeview.
* Vanity area complete with wash basin.
* Additional guests can be accommodated on the sofa beds situated in the living room and dining room.
* The modern bathroom comprises of a jacuzzi bath with shower over, wash basin, large mirror and wc.
|Further details outdoors|
* Secluded lawn garden with patio area and sun terrace.
* Enclosed south facing garden with wooden table and 6 seats.
* Designated parking for one vehicle.
It is no surprise that South Devon, with its sheltered climate, plentiful river estuaries and seaside towns has a long history of tourism. Bordered by Exeter, Dartmoor, Plymouth and the sea, this is one of the most picturesque parts of the county. The sheltered coast, with the scenic estuaries of rivers flowing off Dartmoor, is the focus of the region’s tourist industry. The agricultural inland characterised by rolling hills is quieter but contains some gems such as the capital of alternative culture Totnes.
The coastal resorts on offer in South Devon are diverse. The small towns of Dawlish and Teignmouth just south of Exeter offer an understated and underexploited charm. The ten mile bay stretching between Hope’s Nose and Berry Head is known as Torbay and contains the busy tourist resorts of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. Further south west are the rural South Hams containing elegant Dartmouth and pretty Salcombe along with some of the most beautiful beaches in the county.
There is plenty on offer to both families and couples. The South West Coastal Path offers some great walking and fantastic scenery. The sea offers plentiful opportunities to sail, scuba dive or fish. There is no shortage of attractions in the region. Paignton Zoo, Kents Cavern, two steam railways, the Golden Hind and numerous National Trust houses and gardens are just a few of the things on offer.
Dartmouth and Kingswear provide the perfect base from which to explore the South Hams. They are elegant towns facing each other on opposite banks of the River Dart and are connected by car and passenger ferries that travel to and fro throughout the day and evening.
The two towns have very different characters: sitting on the Torbay side of the river, Kingswear is the quieter relation. Largely residential, but with enough shops to keep the fridge stocked, and set into the steep river bank most of the houses enjoy fantastic views across the water to Dartmouth. Kingswear is the perfect base if you can’t choose between Torbay and the South Hams, providing easy access to both.
Arguably the food capital of Devon, Dartmouth sits on the South Hams side of the Dart and is home to a number of very high quality restaurants and numerous delicatessens and cafes. The town provides excellent shopping for those seeking something special, whether that be a piece of art or clothing. The river banks are busy here, with ferries coming and going from Kingswear, Totnes, Torquay and Dartmouth Castle.
Discover the South Hams by exploring its traditional villages and sprawling beaches, many with a short drive of Dartmouth. Slapton Sands, Blackpool Sands and Bigbury-on-Sea provide the perfect getaway to soak up the coastal splendour on offer or spend the day passing through idyllic countryside and experiencing the natural beauty of this stunning region. Within a short drive to the coast is the English Riviera, here you will find an abundance of attractions, events and activities all year round. You are also perfectly based to visit the city of Plymouth and still within a day trip of the famous Eden Project in Cornwall.