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*** SPECIAL OFFERS SEPTEMBER – w/b 8th £649 (was £784) w/b 15th & 22nd £584(were £689), OCT from £643 *** - 'Annacombe' is a spacious and imaginative coachhouse conversion perfect for a child friendly escape for family, for friends or a romantic bolthole for two. The cottage is set in the grounds of a large country house in the beautiful countryside of the South Hams near south Devon's historic and buzzily-alternative town of Totnes. Lying not far from the river Dart, and between the sailing centres of Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Salcombe and the rugged wilderness of Dartmoor, it is an ideal base for exploring this unspoiled region with its excellent beaches, landscape and charming towns and villages. A whole array of inviting pubs and restaurants will tempt a break from self catering, and the attractions nearby - castles a...
*** SPECIAL OFFERS SEPTEMBER – w/b 8th £649 (was £784) w/b 15th & 22nd £584(were £689), OCT from £643 *** - 'Annacombe' is a spacious and imaginative coachhouse conversion perfect for a child friendly escape for family, for friends or a romantic bolthole for two. The cottage is set in the grounds of a large country house in the beautiful countryside of the South Hams near south Devon's historic and buzzily-alternative town of Totnes. Lying not far from the river Dart, and between the sailing centres of Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Salcombe and the rugged wilderness of Dartmoor, it is an ideal base for exploring this unspoiled region with its excellent beaches, landscape and charming towns and villages. A whole array of inviting pubs and restaurants will tempt a break from self catering, and the attractions nearby - castles and country houses, adventure parks and children's farms, golf and riding, boating and sailing, sporting and fun - provide lots to do for children and adults alike.The centre of the accommodation is dominated by the impressive, double-height, south facing living room with its gallery, open roof beams, natural stone fireplace, bookshelves, pottery and rugs. It is open plan with both a living and a dining area. The stylish fitted kitchen/breakfast room, with unusual granite work surfaces, is well equipped with dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave, induction hob and double-oven together with a breakfast table. A utility room houses the washing machine and tumble dryer, and the oil-fired boiler. On the other side of the living room, beyond a vestibule and third WC, is a ground floor double bedroom. Like the living room and kitchen, it overlooks the large cobbled courtyard belonging to the house. The en-suite bathroom has a bath, with thermostatically controlled shower above, WC and washbasin.Upstairs, at either end of the living room gallery are two bedrooms, one with twin beds and a cot and the other with a double bed. Next door to the double bedroom is the second bathroom also fitted with a bath and thermostatically controlled shower above, WC and washbasin.Outside, across the courtyard, two archways in its stone wall lead to an attractive, enclosed garden lawned and bordered by shrubs and climbers growing against the wall. There is ample parking for two or more cars.What our guests said:-“Just to thank you for the cottage, we had a great time there many thanks. Great cottage, good quiet location enjoyed driving down the lanes. I would also like to think we will return as there is still a lot to see and do, we only scratched at the surface of the amenities the area offers.” B F, November 2013“My granddaughter is telling everybody what a lovely cottage they've got.” Mrs N L, October 2013“Thank you for your help and we very much enjoyed our stay at your cottage.” E B, October 2013“It is a lovely house, really sunny and homely and we really enjoyed our stay.” S P & P R, October 2013“Many thanks. We had a great time at the Cottage” Mrs K P, September 2013“The cottage was perfect for the needs of adults and young children. The family had a marvellous week at Harberton and we were able to visit some of our favourite places – in brilliant sunshine.” Mrs J D, August 2013“We had a great time in Devon and will certainly be leaving a favourable review for you on Google. We shall definitely be considering 'Annacombe' cottage again next time it's holiday season.” I S, August 2013“We had a great week. Lovely place, very well equipped kitchen, living room and upstairs main bedroom.” I & K F, July 2013“We had a lovely sunny week at your wonderful cottage, and we hope to come again in the future.” D & Y T, July 2013“We had a fantastic time, and the cottage is superb for both accommodation and location.” PG, June 2013 “We both wish you to know how very much we have enjoyed our stay in your charming house, neither of us wished to leave and wanted a further week in the glorious south Hams.” AF, June 2013“We really enjoyed our stay and the place is just fantastic. We think we may be back next year.” MB, May 2013
• Ground floor bedroom with ensuite bathroom • Almost level access to ground floor • Thermostatic showers above baths • For babies and young children, liquidiser, stairgates and booster seat provided (+ highchair and cot). • Room for cot in all bedrooms • Bed linen and towels available for hire • Fibre Broadband Wi-Fi - speeds up to 38Mbps
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
1 Full bath
1 Half bath
1 Attached (ensuite)
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About the neighbourhood
Things to do:-
• Relaxing in the garden, on the beach or in front of a log fire doing nothing.
• Wandering down to the local pub which dates from medieval times.
• Walking - locally, along the Dart estuary, on Dartmoor, along the coastal footpath.
• Totnes - Elizabethan houses, Norman castle, cream teas, second hand bookshops, cheese shop, museums, etc
• Dartington - Dartington Hall gardens, High Cross House, Cider Press Centre (craft shops ++)
• Cruises on Dart estuary from Totnes/Dartmouth - combine with:-
• Steam Railways:- Paignton & Dartmouth Railway - Paignton/Kingswear
• South Devon Railway - Buckfastleigh/Totnes
• Butterfly Farm and Otter Sanctuary, Buckfastleigh
• Woodlands Leisure Park,- (for exhausting children), near Dartmouth
• Pennywell Farm,- animals and family entertainment, Buckfastleigh
Golf Riding/Pony Trekking Canadian Canoe Trips Sailing
How to get there
• By car, only 8 minutes off A38 (M5 extension to Plymouth)
• Fly to Exeter (35 minutes), Bristol (90 minutes) or London Airports (Heathrow 3 hours)
• Train to Totnes (10 minutes) First Great Western or Cross-Country, taxis available
• A car is highly recommended to explore this wonderful area and reach remote beaches and wild places
Airport: Exeter (but Bristol 150km): 51.0 km
Railway: Totnes: 3.0 km
Ferry: Plymouth (but Channel Tunnel 425km): 37.0 km
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 15.0 km