|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Quicks Cottage is a Grade II listed thatched cottage in a quiet lane close to the church, village stores and pub. It has an attractive garden to the side and rear with views across the River Dart from the garden. 100 yards from the cottage is a small path leading down to the river. Minutes away is the pretty quayside where boats can be hired and a ferry boarded for Dartmouth or Greenway, former home of Agatha Christie.
Dittisham is one of the prettiest and most unspoilt villages in the South Hams. It boasts two excellent pubs, a riverside tearoom, a well-stocked village store, and the opportunity to hire a variety of boats to explore the upper reaches of the River Dart. Dittisham is the perfect place for 'crabbing' – lines and bait are available at the tearooms.
The historic town of Dartmouth is five miles away – with numerous restaurants. During the summer months, a passenger ferry service to Dartmouth operates on the house, for those wishing to escape the car. Out of season a water taxi can also be booked.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps four guests. Two bedrooms with one double bed and two single beds. Two en suites. Comes with woodburning stove. Enclosed garden. Car parking available. Includes Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, no pets allowed. Minimum of a three night stay.
Kitchen includes microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. Washing facilities including tumble dryer. Freeview television. DVD and CD player. Travel cot and high chair available.
Stairgate available upon request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Beautiful walks in the vicinity, along the river to Dartmouth and Totnes. Furthermore, there are a range of picturesque coastal walks nearby Dartmouth Steam Railway is within walking distance via ferry Paddle steamer trips and boat trips available in the area Cottage is located near Dartmouth, where there are shops, cafes, and castles Located near Agatha Christie's former house Close to Woodlands Family Theme Park Supermarkets within the area which will also deliver foodFor additional inspiration on what to do within the area, visit the Discover Dartmouth website by clicking here.