Creek View is an attractive and welcoming stone terraced self-catering cottage, one of 8 in a converted malthouse, with exceptional views down a tidal creek bordered by woodlands.
The properties have their own private drive. Creek View has 2 car parking places in front; there is an adjacent slipway that provides easy access to the creek for water sports.
Inside, the cottage is decorated to a high standard and is well-equipped. There is unlimited broadband. To make the most of the spectacular views it is on 3 floors with an entrance hall and twin-bedded room with ensuite shower and loo on the ground floor; lounge/dining room with balcony and separate kitchen on the middle floor. The main bedroom with wonderful views down the creek and a second twin-bedded room and bathroom with hand-shower and loo are on the top floor.
Guests can enjoy the varied bird and water life from the small west-facing balcony off the lounge and watch the tide as it ebbs and flows.
Creek View is well located at the head of the creek separating Noss Mayo and its twin Newton Ferrers. Both are picturesque sailing villages at the mouth of the beautiful Yealm estuary 10 miles from Plymouth. There are excellent pubs including The Swan, The Ship and the Dolphin offering home made food and are within walking distance. At low tide you can walk across the Voss from Newton to Noss . When the tide is in children enjoy crabbing from the jetty below The Swan .
The Co-op and the Community shop in Newton Ferrers cater for most needs. Ben's Organic Farmshop at Yealmpton specialising in locally produced food has dishes available to eat on the premises or to takeaway. Modbury has a good variety of independent shops, pubs and restaurants and is a good place for present buying.
Cellar and Stoke beaches are within easy reach. Mothecombe with its new restaurant specialising in sea food is a 15 minute drive . The beach at Wembury is popular with guests , especially children who enjoy its rock pools and small museum.
For walkers there is the nearby South West Coastal Path providing spectacular views down the Yealm estuary and of the Mewstone. The Dartmoor National Park is always worth exploring.
National Trust properties in the area include Saltram, Killerton, Cotehele, Overbecks and Colleton Fishacre. Greenways, once owned by Agatha Christie borders the River Dart and offers a unique insight into her times. It can be reached by ferry from Dittisham, Dartmouth or Totnes , by road and by steam train from Kingswear or Paignton.
The National Marine Aquarium is at Plymouth.
Golfers can enjoy the excellent golf courses at Bigbury, Thurlestone, Dartmouth and St.Mellion .
Noss Mayo has 2 tennis courts while at Ivybridge there is the South Devon tennis centre with indoor and outdoor courts. Close by is the Ivybridge sports centre with indoor swimming pool, gym and badminton courts.
Teenagers have great fun at the Dynamic Adventures Outdoor Activity Centre at Dartington with canoeing and kayaking on the River Dart, climbing , abseiling, bike hire and ziplines
For a day out guests can use the leisure facilities at the Dartmouth Golf & Country Club (jacuzzi, fitness centre, indoor swimming pool and 2 golf courses) at a reduced fee.
Changeover details: The property is available on a Friday - Friday basis. Guests are asked to arrive after 3pm and to depart before 10am.