Located in Newton Abbot, Devon
This second-floor apartment in Newton Abbot, Devon can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
Apartment 18 is an enchanting second-floor apartment resting at the heart of Newton Abbot in Devon. There are two double bedrooms within the property, one with an en-suite shower room whilst the other benefits from an adjacent bathroom, making the dwelling suitable to sleep up to four people. There is also an open-plan living space which holds a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is a designated parking space for one car, with amenities within walking distance. Apartment 18 is perfect for two couples to explore this area of Devon.
Converted from the hotel formerly known as ‘The Queens Hotel’, this second-floor apartment can be found at the heart of the action of Newton Abbot in Devon. Built in the 1850s, the hotel is thought to be one of the oldest in South Devon, adding additional charm to the now contemporary-styled dwelling. Take the lift up onto the second floor and step inside the apartment to find a welcoming spot to spend your holiday; begin in the open-plan living space, where you will be greeted by all of the appliances and home comforts that you could need for a relaxing break. The kitchen area oozes style in its seaside hues of blues and greens, encompassed by a range of useful appliances including a washer/dryer, a dishwasher and a large fridge/freezer, making your holiday a true breeze. Sat within the kitchen is a extendable dining table, where you can spend your evenings together with a home-cooked treat, prepared with produce from the nearby local shops and markets on your doorstep. Spend some time unwinding in the evening in the lounge area, where you can relax on two plush sofas settled around the 50" Smart television or sharing in family entertainment of board games or cards, perfect for a relaxing evening indoors when you’re not exploring the delights of the local area. There are two charming bedrooms, each with a king-size bed and one with its own en-suite and the other having a shared bathroom adjacent to the room; each of these elegant rooms holds ample storage space and a soft spot to rest your head at the end of an action-packed day. The location of the property is perfect for a wide range of attractions, positioned next to Courtenay Park, where you can enjoy a picnic with friends on a warm day, as well as making a great space for children to play. The park also has a public bowling green, a bandstand hosting various concerts and a children's play area. Close by is the Newton Abbot racecourse which holds frequent events for all of the family to enjoy at various times of the year, or if you would like something more relaxed then spend the day at Decoy Country Park where you can find lovely walks around the lake and watersports such as paddle boarding and canoeing. Swimming and sports activities can be enjoyed at the local leisure centre. Surrounded by beautiful countryside including Dartmoor National Park, Newton Abbot is a thriving historic market town, which offers cafés and restaurants, shops, supermarkets, the racecourse, post office, pubs and a cider bar. The town centre is a three minute level walk from the property. Venture further afield to the coastal towns of Teignmouth, Shaldon, Dawlish and Dawlish Warren for a day of sandcastle building, or head to the popular tourist hot-spot of Torquay to discover attractions such as the renowned Paignton Zoo and Living Coast Aquarium, the museum, Dinosaur World and much more. Offering links to various locations across Devon and beyond, Apartment 18 is perfect for your family getaway at any time of the year. The property is conveniently close to the mainline Railway station offering connections to the local towns as well as the Penzance to Paddington Railway Line.
Newton Abbot is a thriving, bustling, historic market town. It has many shops including the famous Trago Mills, indoor and outdoor market and an array of restaurants, The Jolly Farmer pub is famous for its selection of gins and delicious home-cooked food, especially it’s chips! The Tean Thai restaurant is well known with the locals for its friendly atmosphere and great food. Dartmoor National Park is just 20 minutes away. There are great cycle routes and walking trails, The Great Templar Way runs for 18 miles from Dartmoor National Park through the town finishing at the coastal town of Teignmouth. The Virtual Jet Centre with its simulator is a must for any adventurous kids and adults alike. For those who love horticulture, there are the Orchid Farm to explore or the Local Nature Reserve within Newton Abbot itself. Decoy Park is a big country park with a playground and is dog-friendly, some beaches do allow dogs but please research this first as some are seasonal. If you do want a car-free day at the beach, then Teignmouth, Dewlish and Torquay are accessible by train from Newton Abbott and takes 11 minutes. No visit would be complete for those who love horse racing without visiting Newton Abbott Racecourse.