Located in Newton Abbot, Devon
This terraced cottage is in the village of Combeinteignhead near to Newton Abbot in Devon, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 2
Springside Cottage is in the village of Combeinteignhead near to Newton Abbot in Devon, near to the coast and the River Teign. Springside Cottage has three bedrooms sleeping six people, and one bathroom. The rest of the cottage has a kitchen/diner and living area with woodburning stove
Springside Cottage, set in the pretty village of Combeinteignhead, is ideal for both beach and countryside holidays with plenty of family-friendly attractions within a short drive. This beautiful period cottage has recently been converted into stylish holiday accommodation. A bright and spacious home, there are many thoughtful touches throughout. On the ground floor is a large lounge with wood burning stove and a neat kitchen/diner. Upstairs are three bedrooms, two smart double rooms, and a cheerful bunk room. To the rear of the cottage is a small courtyard garden overlooking the historic church with a table and chairs for you to relax and enjoy.
- Gas central heating and a wood burner
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Roadside parking is first-come, first served but no restrictions
- Private enclosed courtyard with furniture and BBQ
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Note: Parking available at the community hall about 200 metres away, please check signs for any restrictions
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.