Rose Cottage is a beautifully renovated 1600s Grade l Listed Devon stone cottage and sits in a lovely, quiet location. Rose Cottage is ideally located 20 minutes from the South Devon Coast and Torbay. It is also 20 minutes from Dartmoor, the best of everything Devon has to offer.
Set in the heart of Ashprington, one of Devon's most magical locations above the Dart Estuary where Bow Creek meets the Dart. Ashprington is formerly part of the Sharpham Estate, a picturesque Devonshire village of stone cottages and houses set in the heart of the South Hams. Three miles downstream from Totnes, five miles upstream from Dittisham and ten miles from Dartmouth. The beautiful 550 acre Sharpham Vineyard, set between the village and the banks of the Dart, hosts one of the South Hams Venus Cafes and offers wine and cheese tasting. The Vineyard boasts 12000 vines basking in the sun on the south facing slopes and a herd of Jersey cows. The Durant Arms offers a menu of locally sourced Devonshire fayre.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps five guests.
Three bedrooms, one en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
Front garden and courtyard to rear.
Sorry, no pets.
Children over three years of age are welcome. Sorry, no babies.
Minimum stay of three nights.
Range electric double oven with separate electric hob.
Combined washer/dryer, small fridge, small freezer, dishwasher.
Television with freeview in master bedroom and kitchen/dining room. Further television with BT TV and Sky Sports Channel in the sitting room.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Ashprington is set in the rolling countryside on the Dart Valley footpath and cycle trail running along the banks of the Dart.
The award winning pub The Durant Arms is within easy reach of the property.
There are plenty of lovely walks along single track paths and across meadows that brim with wild colourful flowers to Ashprington Point where seals can be seen from time to time and spectacular views along the Dart.
The Riverlink boats provide tours along the river down to the sea at Dartmouth and up river to Totnes. An excellent base to explore the South Hams, Devonshire Coast and the beauty of the estuary.
Totnes with its Castle is a thriving picturesque town, with a unique mix of independent shops and a bustling market on Fridays and Saturdays.
River trips run to Dartmouth ten miles away which links to Kingswear via the Upper and Lower ferries and the steam railway.
Beaches are twenty minutes away including the National Trust beach at Thurlestone, Salcombe and Bigbury.
Agatha Christie's Holiday Home Greenway, owned by the National Trust, is five miles away opposite Dittisham.
Dittisham has two excellent pubs, the Red Lion Inn, and the Ferry Boat Inn.
River Terrace Cafe in Dittisham.
Dartmouth, with its castle has excellent shopping and hosts the Dartmouth Regatta in August. Sailing courses and boat hire are available at Dartmouth and Salcombe.
The vibrant city of Exeter is forty minutes away offering excellent shopping .