This converted former coach house was once the home for horses which served in WW1. Set in the pretty village of Newton Ferrers on the Yealm estuary ideal for sailors and walkers.
Packed with character and history, this charming former coach house makes a wonderful bolthole on the south west coast, ideal for unwinding amid the sea air. The contemporary style property sleeps four, with plenty of space to bring the dog along for a proper family escape. Soon you will be enjoying the many walks from the front door, getting sandy paws on the beaches and soaking up the sea views from the clifftops.
Feel immediately at home from the moment you step through the door, with the welcoming decor, cosy furnishings and thoughtful details inviting you in. Snuggle with your loved ones on the sofa in the lounge for a family night in, your canine companion snoozing at your feet after an exhausting day of stick chasing and tail wagging. Open the French doors in the large, contemporary kitchen/diner and let the outside in as you enjoy a delicious dinner or hearty home-cooked breakfast to fuel you for a day of adventure. Wake up in one of the spacious first-floor bedrooms and take your morning coffee on the pretty, Mediterranean-style enclosed patio area. There is allocated parking directly outside the property for one car, with additional roadside parking subject to availability.
Surrounded by ancient woodland and creeks, the sleepy village of Newton Ferrers enjoys a relaxed way of life. Keen walkers will go mutts for the clifftop trails at The Warren, while sea lovers and sailors will find an excellent slipway and boat moorings on the Yealm Estuary. At low tide, walk across the estuary to Noss Mayo (1 mile) and dine at one of the village’s local pubs – or hop on a ferry if the tide is high – or take a mooch around the dog-friendly park at Saltram House and Gardens (8 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.