The Old Brewhouse, Dittisham is a stunning Grade II Listed cottage (believed to be over 200 years old.) It has been totally refurbished to a high standard, retaining lots of the original features, whilst now being equipped and furnished in a bright, modern and contemporary style. The cottage sleeps up to four and has clear river views through the east facing C19 Gothic leaded light windows in the sitting room and master bedroom.Accommodation: Through bespoke front door into hallway leading to a kitchen / dining room, dining table and chairs, plasma TV and DVD and internet access and telephone. Integrated fridge with ice box, washing machine / tumble dryer, dishwasher, electric oven and halogen hob with handcrafted oak worktop and shelves over. Downstairs bathroom with contemporary bath with shower over, Roca WC, basin and heated chrome towel rail. Upstairs to the first floor and sitting room – (off landing) with east and west river views, painted beams, TV, sofa (sofa bed as an alternative to the bunk beds), Gothic window. Bedroom offering two child size bunks and vaulted ceiling. Upstairs to the second floor where there is a double bedroom with vaulted ceiling (with velux roof windows), and exposed roof trusses. River views framed by an arched Gothic window, en suite bathroom with bath, Roca WC and basin. Outside there is a small walled courtyard with sandstone paving, pebble margin, garden furniture, barbeque, bollard lighting, small power (hot and cold) shower – ideal for washing wet suits and children.There is a choice of two car parks approx 300m (steep hill up to 'The Level' car park), it is possible to pull out up outside for loading/unloading.
The ancient village of Dittisham surrounded by glorious countryside and the river Dart running by makes a lovely spot for a self catering holiday at any time of year. The dinghy pontoon on the Dittisham Quay will provide children with endless fun crabbing and just along the river bank is The Ham, an open green space with swings and lots of room to play and have a picnic. Right on the Dittisham quayside are the Ferry Boat Inn and the Anchorstone Cafe, both serving excellent local produce. There is a village shop and Post Office operating within the Red Lion Inn at the top of Dittisham. Dittisham is situated at the widest part of the River Dart making it an ideal place for learning to sail and many families return year after year to mess about in boats. Dittisham has two sailing schools for lessons and boat hire.