Stairs up from entrance hall to first floor open plan living room with balcony and floor to ceiling French doors, corner sofas and feature Godin Parisienne gas fire, large flatscreen TV with DVD, video player and hifi, easy chairs and coffee table looking out towards the estuary. Dining area withhandsome dining table to seat eight. Beautifully stylish fitted kitchen with electric double oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge freezer. On the ground floor level is the utility room with washing machine, butlers sink, drying rack and shower room with WC. On the second floor: Master bedroom with 4ft 6in double bed, built in wardrobe, chest of drawers and a beautiful Juliet balcony overlooking the water.Second double bedroom with 4ft 6in double bed and chest of drawers. Large twin bedroom with 3ft single beds which will zip and link to form a 6ft superking if required, with chest of drawers, wardrobe and velux windows (current phototobe updated shortly). Family bathroom with bath and shower over, wc and basin.
Private area of lawn opposite the cottage with garden furniture provided, overlooking the estuary.
Private parking for two cars (or one car and a boat trailer). Additional public parking available nearby.
Slipway to estuary adjacent to property. Small boats can bee moored at Bridgend Quay, also nearby (fee payable to Harbour Authority).
- Included: Bed linen, towels, WiFi, cot, high chair, electricity and heating.
- Local Facilities: Beach, 2 miles. Shop, three quarters of a mile. 3 pubs, each within half a mile. Bigbury Golf Club 12 miles. Modbury 6 miles. Plymouth 8 miles.
One of a cluster of cottages converted from a former malthouse with a fabulous waterside setting, Anchor Cottage is a smartly presented mews style cottage designed to make the most of the stunning views. Located towards the end of the Yealm Estuary that separates the popular villages of Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers, if offers superb family sized accommodation, well equipped and in a superb location from which to visit the two neighbouring villages and the South Hams beyond.