Located in Dartmouth, Devon
This stylish four-storey townhouse is situated in the heart of the riverside Devon town of Dartmouth and can sleep
- Sleeps: 7
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pet Friendly: 2
Regatta House is a stylish four-storey house on a quiet lane in the heart of the Devon riverside town of Dartmouth. The house sleeps seven people in three bedrooms over the first and second floors, two doubles and a family room with double (can convert to twin) and single bed, plus a bathroom and shower room on the second floor. On the ground floor is a sitting room with wood burning stove and snug and on the lower ground floor is a smart kitchen with a dining area and doors to the terrace. Outside is the terrace at the back with outdoor furniture, as well as parking for one car in a reserved space 100 yards away (with additional chargeable parking in a public car park). On the hillside above the waterside and town centre, Regatta House is an ideal base in a central location for exploring lovely Dartmouth on a break in Devon.
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 electric 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. PARKING - This property has access to a free private parking space which is a rarity in Dartmouth but this is up a steep hill from the property - you may find it easier to stop at the junction with Jawbones Hill to unload. Sometimes there are spaces on Jawbones Hill on the right hand side on the way up (if your clutch control is good!). Your Off road parking in a reserved parking space is back at the top of Jawbones Hill (turn into the road and continue to the top until you see the parking area at the top on the right) - your parking bay is No 4 - please see the map inside the front door if needed, together with instructions for parking a second car using Dartmouth’s pay car parks.
- Central heating, electric fires with wood burning effect
- Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with Blu-ray, DVD, WiFi, Phone incoming calls only
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Travel cot and highchair available on request
- Off-road parking for 1 car in reserved parking space 100 yards way up a steep hill
- Enclosed patio garden
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry no smoking
- Shop and pub 5-minute walk
- Note: This property is not suitable for those with limited mobility
- Note: This property is best for a maximum of 6 adults
- Note: This property has a 4 pm check-in
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