Ref-002755 Totnes, Devon, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4
- Sleeps 4- 1 X Double & 1 X Zip 'n' Link
- Lawned Orchard Area
- Wood Burning Stove With Logs Provided
- Set In A Rural Location
- Dog Friendly
- Child Friendly
- Nearby Golfing
- Wireless Internet Access
- Open Fire
- Nearby Fishing
- Rural Location
Newly converted 5 Star Gold Visit Britain luxury self catering cottage, with lots of character.
Downstairs has a large open plan lounge and dining room with underfloor heating throughout, an adjoining fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, separate fridge and freezer, microwave etc.
Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, the larger is double bedded and the smaller has the option of a 5ft double or twin (2ft 6) beds (suitable for children).
There is a separate bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath and separate/shower/toilet.
Beautiful Surrounding Gardens
There is a lovely lawned orchard with garden table, chairs and barbecue facilities for the exclusive enjoyment of guests.
- Full central heating
- Separate laundry room
- Beautiful orchard in which to relax
- Area of outstanding natural beauty
- Barbecue facilities
- Welcome pack
- Wood burning stove
- 3-4 nights available between September and May, Please contact Late Lettings
- Internet access
Located between the village of Stoke Gabriel and the medieval town of Totnes, in glorious South Devon, Aish Cross Holiday Cottages are just a 5 minute drive from one of the country’s most beautiful rivers, the River Dart. The River Dart valley is great place to spend a holiday appealing to families, couples, walkers, water enthusiasts and bird watchers alike. Just 1 mile away in Stoke Gabriel you can take a walk alongside the banks of the river, go crabbing or launch your own boat or canoe. A 15 minute drive further down the Dart towards Kingswear you can visit the National Trust gardens of Greenway House, Agatha Christie’s previous home. From here you can take the short passenger ferry across to the picturesque waterside village of Dittisham and enjoy a pint and meal at The Ferry Boat Inn. At Kingswear take the car ferry across to Dartmouth. Here you can sample some fabulous food, great shopping and take one of many different boat trips on offer. Away from the Dart there are some great beaches within an easy drive including the popular Torbay beaches. Beyond Brixham, just off the beaten track is Mansands which is more peaceful. In just under a hours’ drive you can get to the superb blue flag rated Blackpool Sands and many other excellent beaches. The wonderful mild climate of the River Dart valley means it is a great place to enjoy all year round, perfect if you enjoy walking, fishing, bird watching, eating & drinking, golf, horse-riding not forgetting canoeing, sailing and crabbing.