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2 Dartview provides excellent ground floor accommodation for one couple or solo travellers looking to explore Dartmouth and South Devon. Enjoying river views across the harbour and over to Kingswear the apartment is conveniently situated on Newcomen Road, a couple of minutes’ walk from the river and the town centre as well as being en-route to Dartmouth’s historic castle and the South West Coast Path. The apartment occupies part of the ground floor of this impressive old house. Whilst there is no parking on site there is space to stop outside to unload and a parking pass is provided for the Mayors Avenue Car Park a 2-minute walk away.

Accommodation:
A few steps up to the front door of the building leads to a communal hallway. The front door of the apartment opens into the open plan living room, with compact kitchen area featuring oven, microwave, ceramic hob and fridge with ice box. The sitting area has two sofas, TV with DVD player, dining table and chairs set into the window, with lovely view out over the river.

There is one bedroom at the rear of the property with a double bed and storage. The bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, toilet and wash basin, washing machine/tumble dryer.

Central heating.

Parking:
The car park pass provided is valid for Mayors Avenue car park a 2-minute walk away. It is also valid across the South Hams for use in long stay council run car parks, so as well as Dartmouth you can park for free at Slapton, Totnes, Kingsbridge, Salcombe, Bigbury, Ivybridge and Modbury (details are on the pass). Please note that at significantly busy times of the year such as Regatta and the height of summer the pass does not guarantee a space, on the rare occasion the car park is full the permit is valid for the park and ride at the top of town.


Nearby:
A flight of steps opposite the property will take you down to the river at Bayards Cove, this historic cobbled quayside was where The Mayflower stopped before departing for it’s journey to the Americas. At the end of Bayards Cove is the historic ruins of one of Dartmouth’s sea defences and at the other end you will find The Dartmouth Arms perfect for enjoying a drink on the waters edge and some good pub food. On the south embankment you will find a number of pubs and restaurants including The Seahorse and the Rockfish owned by celebrity chef Mitch Tonks as well as the Bayards Inn and Bellini’s Bar. Heading up the hill from the apartment you will soon pick up the South West Coast Path and Dartmouth Castle.

Availability:
In the peak season, May, June, July and August we need to keep to Saturday changeovers and a minimum stay of 7 nights. However, please do contact us with any requests you may have and we will accommodate if possible.

Out of peak season we don't need to keep to a Saturday changeover.
 
ABOUT DARTMOUTH

Dining Out

Dartmouth hosts a number of great pubs and restaurants including most famously Mitch Tonks ‘The Seahorse’ and ‘Rock Fish’. Local favourites include Kendrick’s and Taylors in the town centre as well as great pub food from the Floating Bridge and The Dartmouth Arms. The Sportsman’s Arms on the way out of town is a favourite for a Sunday carvery , there is also an abundance of great restaurants in the surrounding villages such as the Laughing Monk in Strete and Radius 7 in Stoke Fleming.

Shopping
If you are looking to do a big shop before your stay there is a Sainsbury’s and a Lidl on the edge of Dartmouth or an M and S Simply Food in town as well and a range of shops on the high street.

Towns to explore
The market town of Totnes is 14 miles from Dartmouth. Accessible by road or river, Totnes has an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants (especially if you are interested in vegetarian and vegan cuisine). From Totnes the towns of Torbay are easily accessible as well as attractions including Paignton Zoo, Living Coasts and Pennywell Farm.
Paignton can also be visited via steam train from Kingswear on the opposite side of the river to Dartmouth. Arcades and piers are still main feature of this seaside town.
Salcombe is 20 miles away, this popular coastal town is the home of Salcombe Dairy Ice cream, 2 lovely beaches and some great sailing.

Local places of interest
Dartmouth Castle sits at the mouth of the river, this English Heritage site is open to the public to see how the mouth of the river was once defended.
The former holiday home of crime writer Agatha Christie and now National Trust property ‘Greenway’ is a short ferry journey or steam train ride from Dartmouth.
Sharpham Vineyard near the village of Ashprington gives a great insight into the production of award winning English wines and cheeses with regular tours; be sure to book in advance.
Woodlands Family Theme Park just outside Dartmouth is Devons largest theme park, with rides, slides, indoor and outdoor play areas Woodlands is a great day out year round.

If you are interested in learning a new hobby whilst you are away Marshalls Sailing School in Dittisham offers sailing and stand up paddle boarding lessons to people of all levels in a quiet part of the river just up stream from Dartmouth.

Beaches and Walks
The closest beaches are Blackpool Sands (3miles) and Slapton Sands (5 miles) Blackpool Sands is a blue flag award winning sand and shingle beach, the beach boasts great swimming water as well as café, shop and canoe/ paddleboard hire. Slapton Sands is 3 miles long with 3 distinct areas each with their own parking and toilets. Behind Slapton Sands is Slapton Ley which is great for peaceful walks.
The Dart Valley Trail is a 10 mile circular walk up and down the Dart with crossings at Dittisham and Dartmouth. The South West Coast Path can be picked up by Dartmouth Castle with a number of wonderful walks along this great stretch of coastline.
Roy
On Sunday, 27 Oct 2019
“The Apartment was a quiet and comfortable place with the added bonus of a parking place in town, if available? (Which for us, it was). The apartment had a lovely view over to Kingswear”
Chris
On Thursday, 19 Sep 2019
“Lovely view, short walk to town.”
Julia
On Friday, 06 Sep 2019
“This was a nice ground floor apartment for two with good facilities and beautiful views from the dining table across the Dart estuary. A free car parking pass was provided for parking on the public car park in the centre of Dartmouth. We just left the car there most of the week and used ferries, steam train and bus for seeing the area.”
Tim
On Tuesday, 27 Aug 2019
“Great location, superb views”
Hilary
On Monday, 12 Aug 2019
“This is a compact apartment for 2 people. Accommodation is comfortable with adequate facilities for two. The outstanding feature is the fabulous view from the front window.”
Darren
On Saturday, 03 Aug 2019
“Great view. A nice apartment in a perfect location very close to everything in Dartmouth and a great view of the harbour.”
Jennifer
On Saturday, 06 Jul 2019
“2 Dartview is in a great location. It’s very near the centre of town, but away from all the noise and bustle. The views across the river are wonderful. The kitchen appliances were all easy to use which made cooking trouble free. Throughout, all the furniture was comfortable (sofas, bed). The apartment was clean.”
Deborah and Nigel
On Sunday, 16 Jun 2019
“Clean comfortable and great views of the river Dart. Lovely stay.Great views. A very enjoyable stay with lots of things to do – no need for a car at all.”
Neil and Brenda
On Saturday, 18 May 2019
“This has been a wonderful base for our week in Devon. We loved the breakfast views down onto the river. Hope to return to this cosy apartment in the future”
Alan and Pat
On Saturday, 27 Apr 2019
“Had a fantastic week in Dartmouth. 2 Dartview is a brilliant location with stunning views across the estuary. Everything is well thought out with shops, bars and restaurants on our doorstep – no need to use the car. We used the ferries and steam train. All very enjoyable and hope to return! Thank you”
H&P
On Thursday, 25 Apr 2019
“Gorgeous short stay at Dartview number two. Perfect little place to stay for a romantic getaway. Amazing view and such a joy to sit at the table eating breakfast as the morning sun fills up the room. Great base for exploring all that the beautiful town of Dartmouth has to offer. Super cosy bed – we struggled to leave it this morning! We will be back. Thank you.”
Jackie and Mr Beaker
On Friday, 29 Mar 2019
“Practically perfect in every way.!! I holiday with my 8 year old Border Terrier, Mr Beaker (whom due to a long term illness is in a doggy buggy. The property big enough to accommodate it.) so the property was perfect for us two….Level access throughout and only three steps up to main building makes the property perfect for all ages. Having access to Bayards Cove opposite was simply perfect too, we could be at the ferry within 2 minutes, (we had travelled by train so no car) taking us over to Kingswear to catch local buses to Brixham or Torquay (both services bang on time and accepting dogs in pushchairs). One tip, do take your binoculars as the view from lounge window again ‘simply perfect’, and an ever changing live picture. I sat for hours at this window reading and watching life on the ocean wave. I cannot thank the owner of this property enough for allowing dogs, Beaker is my absolute world and to be able to holiday with him in such a central level ground property was the icing on the cake. Also being a female alone on holiday this property and its location made me feel safe at all times. Dartmouth is exceptionally dog friendly, in fact I have never found anywhere else that can match it, so I do holiday in Dartmouth often…Give it a go, whether alone, with a loved one or like me with a four legged soul mate, you really won’t regret it and if you decide to stay at 2 Dartview, Newcomen Road I can assure you, you will have picked a little Gem. Simples!!!”
Elaine
On Saturday, 16 Mar 2019
“Had a very enjoyable week staying again at No 2 Dartview. The property suits our needs and is a comfortable property to come back to chill out in after a days walking. No doubt we will be back soon. Dart Valley Cottages are very helpful and easy to book with. Very good all round (Well it is lovely Devon)”
Elaine and Marc
On Saturday, 22 Dec 2018
“Apartment had all we needed – even managed Xmas day lunch! Warm, clean and ideal for walking into town and the bonus of a wonderful view. Loved the extras – xmas tree and mince pies. Much appreciated. Perfect location for visiting Dartmouth any time of year. Visited for Xmas week and accommodation was warm and welcoming with great views over the river Dart. Within walking distance of town and castle. Parking outside is on a first come basis but a small price to pay for location. Would highly recommend.”
David
On Friday, 14 Sep 2018
“Great location almost in the centre of town, 1 minute from the car park (for which we had a pass), but nonetheless nice and quiet. The river front is 2-3 minutes away, and a well-stocked M+S Food store is just round the corner. Unloading was a bit interesting (parking blocks the entire street!) but hey! You only do that once and it’s a generally pretty quiet street. The apartment is nicely decorated and comfortable (good beds), with bits of quirky humour all around the place; the kitchen is well equipped in comparison with most lets, and the shower is decent. We were welcomed with a naughty-but-nice cake and a bottle of Prosecco – a lovely welcoming touch – as well as some milk in the fridge. It’s been one of the nicer lettings we’ve experienced, and would recommend it.”
Myriam, Boriz, Max and Lily
On Sunday, 29 Jul 2018
“What a lovely week we just spent here at Dartview No 2! The location is superb, we enjoyed the proximity to the city centre and the kids just loved being only a staircase away from their favourite crabbing spot. It was our first time in Dartmouth and we simply loved it. Hope to be back soon”
Shona and David
On Thursday, 28 Jun 2018
“This was our first visit to Dartmouth and we hope it won’t be our last! We’ve had a fab week and enjoyed the most glorious sunshine which has shown off Dartmouth and the river Dart to its sparkling best! We love the location of the apartment with its wonderful views and proximity to all the lovely eateries and pubs in town. All in all a wonderful stay! Thank you so much!”
John and Angie
On Monday, 11 Jun 2018
“We loved staying at No 2 Dartview – so easy to get around, even popping back when we’d forgotten something. Everything was so well thought out in the flat and we don’t think there was anything we’d like to be different. We would love to return one day. I am sure we will – love Dartmouth so much. Many thanks”
Renee & Edward (from Florida) and Katie
On Friday, 25 May 2018
“Our first time in Dartmouth – we enjoyed it tremendously! ..You have a lovely place, perfect for the three of us!”
Hilary and Mike
On Friday, 11 May 2018
“Enjoyed the weekend in Dartmouth for the music festival. We come every couple of years after discovering by accident when the visited by boat. Lovely views from apartment”
Mert and Jerry (from California)
On Thursday, 03 May 2018
“Really enjoyed our stay in Dartmouth. Walked a lot and ate too much – appreciated coffee!!”
Jackie & Michael
On Sunday, 01 Oct 2017
“We had a lovely stay at No 2. Everything was clean ans cozy and we loved the view! The location was fab it was good to park the car up and expolre by boat, steam train, bus and of course foot. We would recommend to our friends”
ABOUT DARTMOUTH

Dining Out

Dartmouth hosts a number of great pubs and restaurants including most famously Mitch Tonks ‘The Seahorse’ and ‘Rock Fish’. Local favourites include Kendrick’s and Taylors in the town centre as well as great pub food from the Floating Bridge and The Dartmouth Arms. The Sportsman’s Arms on the way out of town is a favourite for a Sunday carvery , there is also an abundance of great restaurants in the surrounding villages such as the Laughing Monk in Strete and Radius 7 in Stoke Fleming.

Shopping
If you are looking to do a big shop before your stay there is a Sainsbury’s and a Lidl on the edge of Dartmouth or an M and S Simply Food in town as well and a range of shops on the high street.

Towns to explore
The market town of Totnes is 14 miles from Dartmouth. Accessible by road or river, Totnes has an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants (especially if you are interested in vegetarian and vegan cuisine). From Totnes the towns of Torbay are easily accessible as well as attractions including Paignton Zoo, Living Coasts and Pennywell Farm.
Paignton can also be visited via steam train from Kingswear on the opposite side of the river to Dartmouth. Arcades and piers are still main feature of this seaside town.
Salcombe is 20 miles away, this popular coastal town is the home of Salcombe Dairy Ice cream, 2 lovely beaches and some great sailing.

Local places of interest
Dartmouth Castle sits at the mouth of the river, this English Heritage site is open to the public to see how the mouth of the river was once defended.
The former holiday home of crime writer Agatha Christie and now National Trust property ‘Greenway’ is a short ferry journey or steam train ride from Dartmouth.
Sharpham Vineyard near the village of Ashprington gives a great insight into the production of award winning English wines and cheeses with regular tours; be sure to book in advance.
Woodlands Family Theme Park just outside Dartmouth is Devons largest theme park, with rides, slides, indoor and outdoor play areas Woodlands is a great day out year round.

If you are interested in learning a new hobby whilst you are away Marshalls Sailing School in Dittisham offers sailing and stand up paddle boarding lessons to people of all levels in a quiet part of the river just up stream from Dartmouth.

Beaches and Walks
The closest beaches are Blackpool Sands (3miles) and Slapton Sands (5 miles) Blackpool Sands is a blue flag award winning sand and shingle beach, the beach boasts great swimming water as well as café, shop and canoe/ paddleboard hire. Slapton Sands is 3 miles long with 3 distinct areas each with their own parking and toilets. Behind Slapton Sands is Slapton Ley which is great for peaceful walks.
The Dart Valley Trail is a 10 mile circular walk up and down the Dart with crossings at Dittisham and Dartmouth. The South West Coast Path can be picked up by Dartmouth Castle with a number of wonderful walks along this great stretch of coastline.
 
 
 
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