(NOTE: Where possible owners try to operate a Saturday / Saturday calendar, or if your stay is less than 7 nights, a Sunday or Monday start is preferable.) Before booking please email us for more photos, information and confirmation of any optional extras if applicable.) A great location for families. This chalet looks out over one of the most picturesque areas of the South Devon countryside just minutes from the historic town of Dartmouth in the tranquil countryside setting of Norton Park.
A stunning location with wonderful views of the rolling Devon landscape and only a short drive from the superb Blackpool Sands and Slapton beaches. This is a particularly practical location (if you don't wish to drive on holiday) being on a short, direct bus route into Dartmouth and the beaches.
Superb, open views over picturesque, rolling Devon countryside and the valley leading down to one of the River Dart tributaries. Equally convenient for superb beaches or Dartmouth town & the river. Grassy outside area for play / sunbathing.
- Sleeps four in two bedrooms
- Superb views to rolling countryside
- Short drive to two superb beaches
- Two minutes to Dartmouth centre
- Ideal for family holidays
- Grassy garden area outside
- Plenty space for play & sunbathing
- Easy parking
- Easy access to beaches & attractions
- Electricity - Chalet has coin meter accepting £1 coins
Mill Creek Chalet (chalet ref. REV) - Dartmouth - Overview
- Superb open aspect with far reaching rural views from lounge, front & side gardens area.
- Light, modern lounge with fantastic rural views. 32” flat screen TV with freeview box & separate DVD /CD player.
- Well equipped kitchen
- Double bedroom with plenty of built in storage space and with rural views.
- Twin room with two single beds.
- NOTE: Linen : Duvets, blankets and pillows are supplied but please bring sheets, pillow cases, duvet covers and towels. (It is possible to arrange for linen etc. to be supplied for a modest additional cost however usually at least ten days notice is needed for this). There is also a laundrette in Dartmouth.
- Bathroom with shower, toilet, basin, heated towel rail and linen cupboard
- Children's play area a couple of minutes walk from chalet
- Blackpool Sands beach approx. six minutes drive & Slapton Sands beach approx. nine mins drive.
- A great, practical location with garden area to front & side of property & convenient parking.
The chalet is in a commanding, position looking directly out onto the rolling rural Devon landscape beyond. Set within one of the prettiest parts of the Dartmouth countryside, this property overlooks the glorious, picturesque rural valley which leads down to one of the tributaries of the River Dart estuary.
Superbly convenient setting only three minutes approx. from the historic and beautiful town of Dartmouth. A tranquil, practical location (superb rural views, no problems with parking, easy access to beaches) surrounded by rolling Devon landscapes yet only a short drive from the Dart Estuary or the truly superb Blackpool Sands and Slapton beaches.
Comments from previous guests regularly refer to the chalet and its lovely location offering very good value compared to many of the other self-catering options in Dartmouth (and with the added benefit of space, views, comfort and quiet). Visitors appreciate the views, the tranquillity and the way in which the property is ideal for either relaxing in or using as a base for exploring this stunningly beautiful area.
Most of the chalets are set out in a short terrace style (this chalet is end of terrace and benefits from a lovely grassy area in front and also to the side) with spectacular views over adjoining countryside - ideal for children to play on and or relaxing in the sun.
The chalet looks onto one of the most picturesque rural areas of the South Devon countryside just minutes from the historic town of Dartmouth in the tranquil countryside setting of Norton Park. Adjacent to most of the chalets are numerous grassy areas.
This is a great location for taking advantage of nearby Dartmouth's excellent range of ‘characterful’ cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops and is a particularly practical location (if you don't wish to drive on holiday) being on a bus route down into Dartmouth (very short journey - 2 mins approx) and the nearby beaches. A tranquil, practical location with glorious rural views, no problems with parking, easy access to beaches and surrounded by beautiful countryside yet only a short drive to Dartmouth, the estuary embankment and the superb local beaches (Blackpool Sands and Slapton).
Comment from guest staying in chalet REV:
“Just to let you know we had a great week down at the chalet-and what a chalet it was! Everything you could possibly ask for- a real home from home. Don't think we have ever been to a self catering establishment before that was so well equipped”. (Leila Laycock)
This chalet looks out over one of the most picturesque areas of the South Devon countryside just minutes from the historic town of Dartmouth in the tranquil countryside setting of Norton Park. A stunning location with wonderful views of the rolling Devon landscape and only a short drive from the superb Blackpool Sands and Slapton beaches. This is a particularly practical location (if you don't wish to drive on holiday) being on a short, direct bus route into Dartmouth and the beaches.
The town of Dartmouth
Dartmouth with its beautiful old-world centre is considered the capital of the South Hams, famous for peaceful rolling countryside, renowned coastline, excellent beaches (Blue Flag status) & coastal walks along footpaths leading to secluded beaches.
Dartmouth’s focal point is its bustling harbour and broad, wooded river. The town is designated a Conservation Area with 16th and 17th century timbered buildings, historic narrow streets, beautiful old shops, intimate pubs and excellent restaurants. Beach lovers will enjoy Sugary Cove near Dartmouth Castle as well as the beautiful Blackpool Sands and the long, unspoilt expanse of beach at Slapton Sands both of which are approximately 10 minutes drive.
Numerous attractions include the outdoor pool, pleasure cruises upriver to Totnes; Sailing or hiring motor boats for exploring the river or fishing; taking the Kingswear car ferry across to Torbay’s more bustling resorts of Brixham, Paignton and Torquay (10-15 minutes) or travelling on the restored steam train running between Kingswear and Paignton.
In August, Dartmouth hosts The Royal Regatta with funfair, sporting events, fireworks displays and an array of boats. Some of the great beach destinations include Slapton, Torcross, Hope Cove, Beesands, Prawle, Salcombe, Bantham (surfing) Modbury and Thurlestone.
Recommended day trips include the estuary towns of Totnes and Kingsbridge, the riverfront village of Dittisham, a trip to scenic Dartmoor, a visit to the superb Plymouth Aquarium, a day at the truly superb Paignton Zoo or Woodlands Leisure Park.
For fishing enthusiasts there are plenty of opportunities to go out to sea and fish for flat fish, bream, pollock, bass and mackerel. Sharks and Conger Eel are also caught regularly. Fesh water fishermen have abundant opportunities for both coarse and game fishing in well stocked reservoirs or on river boats.
The Devon region
There is a wealth of things see and do in the West Country as well as having some of the most breath taking scenery in the United Kingdom, it has several award winning beaches to relax on. The climate during the summer is often balmy as the Gulf Stream warms the seas in the area, makes for excellent surfing and other water based pursuits. As far as attractions are concerned there is the Eden Project a vast eco-project with huge bio-domes to explore which offer many species from around the world as well as plenty for kids to do.