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Devon - Dartmouth

Dartmouth is a town and civil parish in the English county of Devon. It is a tourist destination set on the banks of the estuary of the River Dart, which is a long narrow tidal ria that runs inland as far as Totnes. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and South Hams District, and has a population of 5,512.

Dartmouth was of strategic importance as a deep-water port for sailing vessels. The port was used as the sailing point for the Crusades of 1147 and 1190, and a creek close to Dartmouth Castle is supposed by some to be named for the vast fleets which assembled there (Warfleet Creek). It was a home of the Royal Navy from the reign of Edward III and was twice surprised and sacked during the Hundred Years' War, after which the mouth of the estuary was closed every night with a great chain. The narrow mouth of the Dart is protected by two fortified castles, Dartmouth Castle and Kingswear Castle. Originally Dartmouth's only wharf was Bayard's Cove, a relatively small but picturesque area protected by a fort at the southern end of the town.   

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Appletree Court House

Tel: 07768 534335

Appletree Court House is a delightful, spacious and unique bed and breakfast with stunning views of Dartmouth and the beautiful river Dart. Home from home with all the luxurious comforts that you would expect from a 5 star award.

Home to John and Chrissie Smither who provide you with The Appletree Court Experience – simply a standard of Bed and Breakfast in a class of its own. The large south facing double en-suite bedroom – configured as either a super king or two 3ft singles, which has lovely country/river views from the bedroom and is impressively equipped to ensure your stay is comfortable.

Secure private parking behind electric gates is available with easy access to and from the centre of Dartmouth.

In keeping with our 5 star AA award the bedroom is beautifully equipped with hair dryer, dressing gowns, slippers, hot water bottles, extra blankets, flat screen TV, Roberts radio, DVD player, also WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. Plus two Harrods teddies to watch over you!

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Mariners Cottage

Tel: 01803 882125 / 07971 882125

Mariners a self catering cottage benefits from parking directly opposite the cottage. Guests have a private enclosed garden which offers superb views over the Mill Pond and river Dart. This ancient and unspoilt village still retains its ancient roots from the 800 year old yew tree in the churchyard to its gentle tangle of cottages leading down to the river where locals have fished for Dart Salmon for centuries. With its old Inns and the hubbub of daily life, it still retains that quintessential English village atmosphere.

From the quay by the River Dart, where children can go crabbing, there are gentle strolls to be taken along the riverbank or through the old apple orchard and winding streets of the village where unexpected glimpses abound. There is always something to see and do in this lively community where everyone is made welcome. 

Many of our guests return to Mariners Cottage in Stoke Gabriel year after year and tell us that it's like a home from home without the heavy price tag of other rental cottages in the area.

Mariners has been tastefully restored and refurbished to a high standard...yet unlike many others still retains the charm and cosy feel of a fishermans cottage by the side of the water.

Inside Mariners Cottage you will find all of the modern conveniences required to make this a comfortable stay in Stoke Gabriel. As you enter you are welcomed into a sitting/dining room with feature stone fireplace, which includes a gas wood burning stove.

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Cladda in Dartmouth

Tel: 01803 835957 / 07967 060003

Bed and Breakfast or Room only, and Self Catering, Quality at Affordable Rates.  We have our own Free Guaranteed On-site (off-street) parking.

Cladda is an ideally located, award winning Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering accommodation in the historic Devon harbour town of Dartmouth. It is very convenient for the Town Centre.  Cladda is renowned for its delicious, home made breakfasts featuring local, South Devon produce. Cladda is one of Devon's most thoroughly well-appointed Holiday Accommodation. 

Children are very welcome at Cladda and our Self Catering rooms are very family friendly. Woodlands theme park is a short drive or bus ride away and in town there are playing fields at Coronation Park. Dartmouth is worth visiting all year round.

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Luxury Bed & Breakfast Guest House/B&B Self Catering

Nonsuch House

Tel: 01803 752829

“One of the top UK B&Bs”,  Nonsuch House has won many awards for its hospitality and food. This stunning Dartmouth luxury guest house offers superb accommodation and is set on a south-facing hill in Kingswear, South Devon – it is only a five minute walk and ferry ride away from Dartmouth and commands breathtaking views across the river and out to sea.

From the warm welcome on arrival to the fond farewell at the end of your stay, you, the guest, are our only priority and we want you to feel special and pampered. We do all that we can to ensure that your first, and subsequent visits to Nonsuch House near Dartmouth, are memorable.

Nonsuch House near Dartmouth, South Devon is a special place to stay. Take a look at our rooms on our website and contact us on 01803 752829 to discuss the rooms further and to book your stay.

Your comfort is paramount – nothing is too much trouble.

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Southford House B&B

Tel: 01803 832899

This extensively refurbished Georgian Town House is situated in a central but quiet part of Dartmouth, just a short walk from the town with its many shops, galleries, bars and great restaurants.

It offers accommodation on three levels, the Southford Suite on the first floor, the Britannia Suite on the second floor and the self-catering Carefree Apartment on the lower ground floor.

This unique spot has more or less everything you might wish for in a waterside break. With the ceaseless activity of the boats on the river and jaw-dropping views towards the sea, great places to eat the locally-caught fish and crab and some of the finest walks along what is arguably the prettiest coastline in the UK.

What better place could there be to stay than this ever-popular South Devon seaside town?

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