3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Garden, Parking, Free Wi-Fi, Country-side views
Check-in: 3:30 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Excellent, modern, comfortable and ideally located to access all that South Hams has to offer.
We enjoyed 12 wonderful nights staying at Caroline's great house in Loddiswell. The location of the property was ideal for us as a staging point for visiting any of the beaches, towns and attractions in the area.
A well appointed house with all modern conveniences required for a short break away. The garden is well planted with good afternoon sun, especially useful for drying the wetsuits etc. The kids especially enjoyed the play park in the communal playing fields directly opposite the house.
Expect to spend some time in the car to access Salcombe and all the awesome beaches that South Hams has to offer. There is also some noise from the road running past the house, but the advantage of being by the main road outweighed this issue. (A speedy link to the main roads rather than having to fiddle through narrow country lanes every time you want to go out is a significant advantage.)
Excellent communications from the owner.
All in all a really great place to stay and thoroughly recommended... Oliver
Information from www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/
With a strong rural and maritime heritage the South Hams is noted for its quality local food, culture and scenic landscape. The South Hams is a region of rural and coastal Devon much of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching as far as the edges of Dartmoor National Park and featuring one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the UK which spans between Torbay and Plymouth.
The South Hams has a long history stretching back to Anglo Saxon times, when the area was a feudal estate. Since medieval times many of the villages were centred around the production of wool, and the local ports thrived on the export of local products. The strategic position of many coastal towns has meant that the Royal Navy has been a dominant presence throughout the centuries and still plays a major role in the economy and character of the region today.
Things to do
If you love the outdoors, you’ll love The South Hams. It’s a wonderful outdoor environment, with rivers, moor land, coasts and the sea offering visitors a range of activities including canoeing, walking and sailing. Heritage fans will love local attractions such as Totnes Castle and The South Devon Railway and a range of arts and food festivals keeps culture-vultures happy throughout the year. For the nautically inclined the coast has a big tradition of sailing regattas and arts events.
Food and drink
The West Country is one of the most important producers of food and drink in the UK, noted for its quality and traditional methods. Here you’ll be treated to some of the best fine dining using locally made produce. For seafood, towns such as Dartmouth and Salcombe boast award-winning restaurants, while inland gastro pubs serve excellent home cooked fare.