On a steep hill which leads down to the waterside and town centre and with period features complemented by modern comforts, this is ideal accommodation for enjoying the popular town and its surroundings.
Step into the hall and from there into your spacious sitting room, a lovely space with its high ceilings, wooden floors and sash windows.
You can snuggle up beside the woodburner to watch the Smart TV or gaze at the sublime views from the bay window.
Head downstairs to the pristine, white kitchen which has a table for enjoying family meals and glass doors to open wide to the terrace on a fine day.
The three comfortable bedrooms are laid charmingly over the first and second floors.
The sunny terrace is situated at the back of the house, where you can share alfresco meals and views to the River Dart.
The great bonus of this house is that you can wander out to browse the Elizabethan streets with their interesting shops and galleries and eat and drink at friendly pubs and great restaurants, meaning there is never a dull moment for all the family.
You can catch the ferry across to pretty Kingswear or take boat trips to the bustling old town of Totnes or the beaches at Torbay, and even hire a boat of your own.
Maybe take a tour of the historic and impressive Royal Naval College in Dartmouth.
This is nautical heaven and Regatta House, in the hub of waterside life, is a fascinating place to stay.
Four levels. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor family bedroom with king-size (zip/link, can be twin on request) and single, 1 x first floor super king-size, 1 x first floor king-size. Second floor bathroom with hand-held shower, double basin and WC, second floor shower room with basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC, lower ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Lower ground floor kitchen/diner. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Snug.
About the location
Totnes 12 miles.
Dartmouth lies on the banks of the beautiful River Dart estuary in the popular and picturesque South Hams area of South Devon. Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to the coast, Dartmouth is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Devon. It offers a stunning waterfront, ancient narrow streets lined with boutique shops, restaurants and art galleries plus many local events such as the annual Dart Music Festival and the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta. There are many interesting cycling and walking routes around Dartmouth, including the South West Coast Path, the Dart Valley Trail and plenty of quiet country lanes. A trip on the Dartmouth Steam Railway through picturesque countryside to Paignton is a must, and so is a boat trip across to Kingswear and on to Brixham, a pretty little harbour town. For those seeking some beach activities, there is a wide choice in the South Hams area such as Blackpool Sands and Slapton Sands, both extremely popular sandy beaches are a stone's throw from Dartmouth. A relaxing location in South Devon.
Note: This property is not suitable for those with limited mobility. Note: This property is best for maximum of 6 adults.