Dartmouth is a fascinating maritime town, perfect for your holiday home, nestled on the edge of the picturesque River Dart in South Devon. Dartmouth is surrounded by quaint villages, unspoilt beaches, all weather local attractions and miles of beautiful countryside. Take the ferry across the water to the pretty town of Kingswear, head to Slapton and visit the shingle beach and unique fresh water lake ‘Slapton Ley’ -popular with bird watchers and naturists – or take a boat trip up the River Dart to the village of Dittisham for a spot of lunch, admiring the beautiful scenery and wildlife along the way!
Dartmouth itself is home to many award winning restaurants, sites of historical interest and lovely cobbled streets lined with boutique shops, art galleries and cafes, such as Cafe Alf Resco. Head to Dartmouth Castle or Agatha Christie’s former residence for an exciting afternoon, or journey to the nearby Blue Flag awarded Blackpool Sands beach, popular with water sports enthusiasts. We have a fantastic selection of baby and dog friendly holiday homes and cottages in the Dartmouth area.
Recent posts on Dartmouth:
Dartmouth Music Festival – May 2014 sees the 17th year of the fantastic Dartmouth Music Festival and this year looks set to be another successful celebration. Whether you like flamenco guitar, heavy rock, reggae, skiffle and 40’s jive, or prefer classical music from baroque to 20th Century alternatively modern A Capella choral performances, there is set to be something to suit all tastes over the 3 day event… Read more on the Dartmouth music festival.
Where To Eat In Dartmouth: Meet The Café Owner – Anyone who’s been to South Devon knows that there are dozens of quality eateries in the area, from Michelin Star restaurants to cosy country pubs. Whatever your budget and taste you’re spoiled for choice… Read more on Restaurants in Dartmouth.
3 Delicious Dishes Inspired by The Dartmouth Food Festival – October means one thing in Dartmouth: time for the Dartmouth Food Festival. This celebration of the art of fine cooking attracts foodies from across the country, and features local, national and even international exhibitors. It’s a weekend of epicurean delights, and if you’re staying in one of our Dartmouth holiday cottages you’ve got to get involved… Read more on the Dartmouth food festival.