Townhouse, Dartmouth [id: 891]

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Region: Devon
  • Location: Dartmouth
  • Type: Self-catered
  • Sleeps: 6 Adults
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Swimming Pool: No


Key Features

  • WIFI

All Features

  • Cot
  • DVD
  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs allowed
  • Heating
  • High chair
  • Hob
  • Iron
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine


Key Amenities

  • Beach: 10 mins by car

All Amenities

  • Golf: 10 mins by car
  • All amenities: 10 mins by walking

Stunning Contemporary Town house Overlooking Warfleet Creek, Dartmouth
Peaceful Location with Parking 10 min Level Walk to Town Centre, with accommodation for 6 people, in 3 bedrooms.

The new house forms a boundary with unspoilt National Trust woodland, offering views over Warfleet Creek and the Dart Estuary enjoying peace and quiet in a secluded area of Darmouth, away from the crowds, only 5 minutes walk from Dartmouth Castle and the South West Coastal Path and yet only 10 minutes level walk to Dartmouth town centre.

Dartmouth itself is an attractive and stimulating lively year round place with excellent local restaurants such as The Carved Angel under TV chef John Burton Race, centuries-old pubs, bistros and cafes to enjoy. A local steam railway puffs from Kingswear to Paignton and back and the local market offers everything from fudge to locally made cheese. It is host to many events such as Dartmouth's Musical festival and Regatta week.


Kiln House, at The Pottery is an entirely new 3 storey terraced town house complemented by a co-ordinated range of unashamedly contemporary fixtures and fittings with 3 very spacious double bedrooms, each one with en-suite.There is under-floor heating, and oak floors, finely furnished with built-in planters, feature lighting and all mod cons.


Bedroom 1 with double bed, en-suite shower room/WC.
Bedroom 2 with double bed, with double ended steel bath with hand held microphone-style shower head.
Bedroom 3 with twin bed or double with own shower room comprising shower WC and separate end bath.


Each en-suite bathroom is fitted from the David Chipperfield range. Chrome wall mounted taps over basins, showers with low profile over sized trays and clear glass panels. Thermostatic mixers and fixed 'salt cellar' style shower heads.


The kitchen is fitted with integrated dishwasher, electric fan oven, wide touch control ceramic hob, microwave and fridge/freezer, within honed granite worktops with under-hung sink and glass splash-backs and is well equipped.

Living Rooms
The spacious living room/diner is located on the ground floor. Furnished to a high standard with dining table and contemporary sofas, flat screen TV, DVD player.


There is a further bathroom, with low WC, wash basin and washing machine.

Cleaning/towels/linen/maid service: Duvets with linen and towels.

NOTE: Not suitable for wheelchair users.

A small patio courtyard is to the rear of the property with table and chairs.

The stretch of the Devon Coast is rightly celebrated for its mild micro climate, excellent beaches as follows: Bigbury Beach / Burgh Island 8 miles, Blackpool Sands 5 miles, Bantham Beach 15 miles.

Bigbury golf course 15 miles. Dartmouth Golf and Country Club 3 miles. Cherston Golf Club 4 miles via ferry.

Excellent communications are key component in its success as a regional holiday centre. The M5 runs directly to Exeter, just 30 miles to Dartmouth, and then it's an easy drive on the main A380 into the town. Both Exter and Plymouth are rail termini offering direct links throughout the UK. There are regular services from London with a fastest journey time of a little over 2 hours. There are also direct services from nearby Totnes to London. Nearest airports are Exter and Plymouth.
Slapton Sands 5 miles. Plymouth 20 miles (Aquarium) and Plymouth Hoe, good shopping. Torquay 8 miles via ferry.

25% deposit payable on booking and balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival.

Flexible changeover days. Departure 11.00am, arrival time 5.00pm.

Available all year. Discounts for midweek breaks.

Linen and towels provided.


The climate in Devon is amongst the best that England has to offer. With hot summer weather from late May to September, temperatures tend to peak in July and August.  Many days of sunshine can be expected during these months, with occasional refreshing breezes.  Generally the months between May and September are much drier than the rest of the year.  Due to its coastal position, the winter season tends to be cool, but not unbearably cold and usually does not get much below freezing.

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