The Post House has been refurbished in a contemporary style to offer spacious accommodation in the heart of Noss Mayo, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The large open plan living/dining room provides a comfortable place to enjoy the breathtaking views of the estuary. Enjoy dinner on the large terrace as the sun sets over the river or wander below to Popes Quay with a beer from the nearby Swan Inn to watch the many river activities (including the Regatta and fireworks in August). Walk to The Ship for fine food or at low tide cross the causeway (and get diverted by a spot of crabbing on the way) to the pretty village of Newton Ferrers, The Dolphin and the shops. At high tide use our kayaks to secure fresh breakfast croissants from the local Community store. The stunning South West Coastal Path is a short walk away from the house and is accessible with suitable pushchairs.
After a day of leisure wash off under powerful showers or soak in the bath and relax in the large sitting room, enjoy a meal in comfort, prepared in the large and well equipped kitchen. Finally you can bed down in one of three spacious double bedrooms with a single that can be made into a twin at the rear. Even here views of the estuary can be had from its secret balcony.
Some lovely beaches (offering rock pooling to surfing) are within 15-40 mins, whilst Plymouth, the National Marine Aquarium, cinemas and the historic Barbican are 20 mins drive. Tour the Plymouth Gin distillery and whilst there enjoy a cocktail or two before going on to eat at one of Plymouth's fine eating establishments. Large taxis are on hand from Noss to ensure you can all enjoy the night out without worrying about who is going to drive.
For the more adventurous Woodlands Theme Park and the Tamar Valley trails (canoeing, biking and tree surfing) are all within an easy drive.
This part of Devon also boasts a host of historic houses and gardens with Buckland Abbey (home to Sir Francis Drake) and Cotehele House particular favourites.