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Oak Cottage from across Hooe lake

Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Here there is a treat in store, as discovering Oak Cottage is like finding a treasure hidden in the attic! Tucked in a quiet corner, charmingly furnished and well equipped with a delightful, private waterside terrace/quay, this cottage is simply not to be missed. Here is the best of all worlds - situated on the waterside of the picturesque tidal Hooe lake, a sheltered area of water off the Plym Estuary and close to Plymouth Sound in Devon, with stunning views across the ever changing waterscape scene with its abundance of wildlife, it is hard to believe that the historic centre of Plymouth is only a short distance away. The cottage has its own pontoon and a nearby slipway (boats by arrangement).

With many beautiful local sites to visit and plenty of coastal footpaths to explore, the cottage is close to the Mountbatten Diving Centre and Marina which hosts international yachting competitions and caters for top class sailing and other activities such as fishing, Deep Blue diver training and diving trips in and around Plymouth. Plymouth City Centre approximately 4 miles away is easily accessible by car or via a regular bus service, or take a local ferry ride across to the famous Barbican centre for restaurants and unusual shops. Visit the historic Hoe, Smeaton's Tower, the National Marine Aquarium and The Citadel and further into the heart of the City there are theatres, cinemas and shops galore, a haven for shopaholics. All this on the doorstep of Oak Cottage.

?I've stayed in a lot of cottages, I don't think I've ever stayed in one quite so comfortable, you have thought of everything - many thanks, we will be back for sure!? Karen, Hannah & Johnny

?Charming, delightful, cosy cottage. A true home from home. Thank you.? The Berryman Family.

Accommodation:

Stable door into tiled galley style kitchen, well equipped with a large gas range cooker with five ring hob, a grill and two ovens, fridge with ice box, dishwasher and microwave. Door into utility cupboard housing the boiler, washing machine and tumble dryer. A large fridge/freezer is located in an outbuilding just outside the front door. Arch into attractive dining room with polished wood floor, dining table to seat 6 and attractive decorative wood burner (not for use). Door from here into the sitting room, comfortably furnished with a large sofa and two chairs, TV with DVD, a good collection of books and DVD's, woodburner and excellent window views across the lake. Stairs to the landing. Superb master bedroom with 5ft bed, hanging rail, TV, feature exposed scissor beams and dual aspect windows with lovely water views. The second double bedroom has a 4ft 6in bed, hanging rail, chest of drawers and views towards the adjacent park. Single bedroom with 3ft bed, desk and velux window. Smart bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC and large wardrobe.

Outside:

The cottage is approached along a walkway, from which a gate leads to a path down the side of the cottage. This opens out to the terrace in front of the cottage, with low walls and provided with teak table and benches, ideal for al fresco meals. A fixed ladder drops down to the water and a floating pontoon, where guests can moor their boats. (The pontoon is for use at own risk).

Parking: Unrestricted on street parking next to Yonder Lane. Restricted parking a minute's walk from the cottage alongside the park. Further on road parking available.

Features:

Included: Bed linen (not towels), WiFi, central heating (gas), electricity and intial supply of logs.

Security Deposit: £150

Telephone: With honesty box.

Local Facilties: Beach at Bovisand 10 minutes by car. Pub, The Royal Oak and local P/O store around the corner. The Borrington Arms at Turnchapel within walking distance. Cliff top golf course, Staddon Heights, 5 minutes by car. Watersports and Leisure centre five minutes by car.

Shops, cinemas, restaurants Plymouth city centre 4 miles.Boats: Can be launched at a public slipway close to the property. Note: the lakeside wall drops to the water below so small children will need to be supervised. Use of pontoon by arrangement.

Please Note: Regret this property is not suitable for toddlers.

Size Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms
Family friendly Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (1), Double beds (2)
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Private garden, Private fishing lake or river
Access Parking

The West Country region

The large county of Devon can be found in the South West of England, with coastline on both its northern and southern borders. Devon offers a fantastic array of unspoilt scenery, coastal walks, beautiful sandy beaches and quaint villages that are begging to be explored.

The contrasts go much further than just the landscapes, with some of the finest shopping and dining experiences only a stone's throw from history and tradition. From a family getaway to a romantic retreat or relaxing break for a group of friends, holiday cottages in Devon provide some of the richest holiday destinations in the United Kingdom.

There is a wide range of accommodation available throughout Devon which can cater to all tastes, no matter what the requirements of visitors may be. If, for example, guests are looking for dog friendly cottages that will allow them to take along their beloved family pet, this will not be a problem. Homes with swimming pools, expansive gardens and that are right next to the beach represent just some of the other varied properties which can be booked all year round.

Devon holiday cottages offer the chance to escape the stresses of day-to-day life and enjoy a break which is truly tranquil. The rolling countryside and the glorious seaside combine to deliver a visitor experience which will live long in the memory and prove to be the perfect choice for all those hoping to make the most of time away with their loved ones.

Cottages in Devon are among the most popular in the whole of the UK, with many people choosing to stay in the county in all four seasons. Devon is still a beautiful and fascinating place to discover even in the colder months, and can provide the same levels of relaxation for guests whenever they decide to visit.

One of the advantages of coming to this stunning part of the South West in winter or autumn is that it is not as busy as in the height of summer, meaning that Devon cottages are the ideal destination for anyone looking for a break which offers true peace and quiet.

Plymouth

Few areas of the UK, or even Europe, have a lure greater than beautiful South Devon. Dramatic Dartmoor gives way to rolling hills, wooded valleys and stunning coastline that never fails to leave visitors wishing they could stay just that little bit longer. While away days in market towns and villages that have retained their tradition whilst now offering great dining and excellent shopping, or leave the townships behind and head to any one of the outstanding sandy beaches that dot the South Devon coast. It's hard not to fall for the otherworldly pace of life making a stay in a South Devon holiday cottage the perfect escape from the 9-5.

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Review 1-1 of 1

10 Dec 2013

5/5

"Lovely cottage in Hooe, a quiet comfortable village"

We spent 2 weeks in this lovely cottage, my husband, our two children and I, and we felt very comfortable, just as if we were at home.
The cottage is very well furnished and equipped and it has a cosy little garden, that looks right on the Lake, where we had our breakfast and dinner every day, since we have been very lucky with the weather.
The nearby pub, very close to the cottage, was a nice company: cold beers at hand and sometimes live music during our dinners, but not until late.
There is a bus stop very close and a small ferry that takes you to Plymouth in a few minutes.
The surroundings are beautiful and the people are very friendly.
We really had a lovely stay!

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