Comfortable living room with sofas and chairs, Freeview TV with DVD/VHS and decorative fireplace. French doors open to the spacious garden room with ceiling fans, pool table, sofa, wall-mounted 32" TV with Freeview, CD player and dining area with large dining table with benches and chairs. Well equipped fitted kitchen with electric hob and built-under oven, dishwasher, microwave and larder fridge. Utility room with fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and adjacent shower room with large enclosure, basin and WC. Inner hall and front door (rarely used). Downstairs single bedroom with 3ft bed and decorative Victorian fireplace. Upstairs: Twin bedroom with 3ft beds. Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Single bedroom with 3ft bed, river views and standard cot. All these bedrooms have decorative Victorian fireplaces. Further singlebedroom with 3ft bed and river views. Family bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.
Attractive enclosed gardens with lawned terraces and steps up to the gravelled driveway. Paved patio area outside the garden room provided with garden furniture and barbecue.
Parking: Gated entrance to driveway with parking for two cars.
- Included: Bed linen (not towels), WiFi, cot, high chair, electricity and heating (night store and convector heaters).
- Pets: One dog only.
- Telephone: For incoming calls only.
- Local Facilities: Beach at Blackpool Sands 6 miles. Estuary, waterside café, pub, quayside and passenger ferry to Dartmouth at the bottom of the road. Shop/PO and pub 500 yards. Golf at Dartmouth Golf and Country Club 4 miles. Boat hire facilities in the village. Dartmouth 7 miles.
Homelands, a most comfortable and attractive property, enjoys the best that the South Devon waterside village of Dittisham can provide. The cottage has secluded gardens with river views, gated parking, a large conservatory/playroom and is a real home from home in this outstanding waterside village. A short walk down the lane leads to a well known waterside inn and the river pontoon where children can spend endless hours ‘crabbing’ and ferries ply the Dart from Dartmouth to Totnes. This is a superb area for those who enjoy messing around in boats, with plenty to do from river cruises, visits to local National Trust properties, walking the scenic footpaths on both sides of the river and Dartmoor is within an easy drive. This is an idyllic setting for a memorable holiday in the South Hams.