Located in Dartmouth, Devon
George Cottage is a semi-detached cottage in Dartmouth, Devon and can sleep four people in two bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
George Cottage is a semi-detached property resting in Dartmouth, Devon. It comes with a king-size bedroom and a twin bedroom, together sleeping four people and served by a bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC, ideal for up to four people. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area and a first-floor utility cupboard complete with a washer/dryer. Outside, there is a rear garden with a terrace area and a lawn area, as well as off-road parking for two cars. George Cottage is a wonderful base for touring this corner of Devon.
Situated within easy walking distance of the town centre is this well presented semi-detached abode, George Cottage. With its close proximity to the coastline and a plethora of things to see and do, this cottage is ideal for families who are seeking a relaxing space to call home as they endeavour on an action-packed holiday.
Once you have situated your car in your designated off-road parking spot, take the external steps up to enter into the property and discover an open-plan living room, offering a spacious social area, where you can all gather together to unwind. The contemporary kitchen space comes complete with a range of quality appliances, which are certain to encourage a spot of home cooking, whether that be preparing picnic’s for the next day’s coastal adventure or whipping up a family-favourite recipe. Joining the space is a large dining table and an inviting seating arrangement, where you can look forward to kicking back and flicking through the channels of the TV, whilst amidst the refreshing colour palette and nautical theme touches.
The contemporary elegance continues onto the first floor, where you will find your sleeping spots, comprising of a plush king-size bedroom and a twin bedroom, each one benefitting from quality linens, fluffy white towels and plenty of storage space to keep your things.
During balmy afternoons enjoy the south-facing terrace where table and chairs offer an alternative dining arrangement.
Positioned five minutes away from Dartmouth’s centre, so that you won’t have to venture too far to find the perfect spot for food and drinks, with its narrow streets littered with superb restaurants and pubs, as well as boutique shops and enticing art galleries, that are waiting to be enjoyed. Be sure to meander to the waterfront, where you can catch a glimpse of the colourful boats bob happily in the water or if you are feeling adventurous, hire a boat to explore the waters even further. Whilst here, you can pay a visit to the Royal Avenue Gardens or brush up on the local history at Tudor-style Dartmouth Museum and the 15th-century fortress of Bayard's Cove Fort.
Keen walkers can take the coastal path to Dartmouth Castle to soak up the views of the estuary, before lazing on the shoreline of the Sugary Cove Beach; alternatively, walk along the famous South West Coast Path, where you can pay a visit to the likes of Brownstone Battery and Berry Head National Nature Reserve.
Families can look forward to embarking on a journey on the Dartmouth Steam Railway, where you can take in the magnificence of the Devonshire countryside before arriving at Paignton, which is home to an array of things to do, including the Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, a number of sandy beaches, a picturesque pier and adventure golf.
The delights of Brixham, Kingswear and Salcombe are all well-worth exploring too, as is a day out at Woodlands Family Theme Park and Torquay's Dinosaur World.
George Cottage promises to be a wonderful place to call home as you enjoy this part of Devon.
Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, Dartmouth is a beautiful harbour town in South Devon, a perfect destination for all year round short breaks and holidays. Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Dartmouth provides stunning countryside surroundings with the coast within very close proximity making this area one of the most popular for visitors to Devon. The beautiful estuary and the coast are home to many watersports such as sailing, kayaking and paddleboarding or why not try surfing at one of the nearby surf schools. Relax on the sandy Blue Flag awarded Blackpool Sands Beach, one of the most popular family beaches in the area or if feeling more energetic use the beach as a base for a walk as the beach is directly on the South West Coast Path.
Visit Dartmouth Castle, superbly located in the mouth of the estuary with wonderful views from the top tower and has been guarding the area since 1388. Explore Greenway, the holiday home of Agatha Christie now run by the National Trust. Nearby Woodlands theme park boasts the largest watercoasters in Devon, a farm with all the family favourites including meerkats, all set within beautiful grounds of 100 acres. Take a trip on one of the many ferries and head out for a day to explore nearby Salcombe, Torquay or Totnes or stay on land and explore the English Riviera on the Dartmouth Steam Railway.
We have a large range of Dartmouth self-catering cottages from romantic getaways for two through to cottages sleeping large families or groups. This is an excellent area for a family holiday and we have a huge choice of Dartmouth holiday cottages for families including cottages with sea views, with swimming pools, hot tubs and pet-friendly