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Rose Cottage, panoramic views of Dart Estuary

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Rose Cottage, affords truly spectacular panoramic views over the River Dart, Dartmouth, Dart estuary, the Britannia Royal Naval College and upstream towards Dittisham. The stone cottage was built in 1880.

Our changeover day is Saturday ONLY for 1 week stays, we do not offer short breaks during school holidays.

WE DO NOT SUPPLY BED LINEN OR TOWELS, EXCEPT TO INTERNATIONAL GUESTS FOR £60PW.

Rose Cottage is accessed via 53 steps down to it.

Peace and quiet - no road noise what so ever!

Die Unterkunft
We are situated on the sunny side of Dartmouth, the other side of the river is in shade for most of the day. During the Summer the sun is on our garden from late Breakfast to Sunset! Our side of the river has a micro climate with sub tropical plants growing all year round.

Zugang für Gäste
A village near to the mouth of the river Dart Estuary, it is on the North East bank of the river Dart estuary and stands opposite the ancient sea faring port of Dartmouth, Devon. The village has a Church, Primary School, Library, local shops, public houses, restaurants, rail station which has a seasonal steam train service to Torquay. It is the home of the Royal Dart Yacht Club and has the convenience of an established marina, Darthaven, Devon .

Two vehicle/passenger and one passenger only ferries link Kingswear with Dartmouth and run throughout the day all year round.

A bus service links the village with the Torbay towns of Brixham, Paignton and Torquay.

A great steam train service runs between Torquay, Paignton and Kingswear with other stops along the way. This service is a must for steam train enthusiasts, children and anyone who wants to rekindle their memories of steam trains. They run a wide range of steam engines including Thomas the Steam Engine. The steam trains run from Easter to October inclusive.

Visit Higher Brownstone Farm, National Trust, with its 298 acres and footpaths, or try Coleton Fishacre Estate, another National Trust property with walled gardens, coastal footpaths and cove. This has been extended recently. Close to the house there is a formal pool garden and elsewhere wooded areas full of wild flowers descend the slopes to the sea. The micro-climate in the narrow valley at Coleton allows many rare and tender plants to flourish. The wide variety of exotic plants provides interest throughout the year. Bamboos, mimosas, myrtle and other moisture-loving plants grow profusely around the pool and streams. In the spring the thickly planted rhododendrons, magnolia and camellias create a stunning display of colour. A gazebo provides superb views over the sea below.

Broadband we have installed a free use connection which you can use for emails, surfing the web, etc. - all you have to do is bring you computer, and other associated equipment with you.

We supply a modem / router but some people like to use their own modem as it will not require changing network settings.

Food

Usual pub grub fare
The Steam Packet offers bar meals eat in, or takeaway
The Ship Inn and the Royal Dart Yacht Club all serve food
Two pubs serving food are within 5 minutes walk of Rose Cottage
Fish & Chips at the Rock Fish is exceptional quality at a fair price.
Pubs

Ship Inn - quiz nights out of season, and the Steampacket Inn, best for meeting the locals
In addition to The Ship Inn there is also the Steam Packet. The Ship Inn is the only one with a beer terrace though.
Clubs (Dance Music)

Oh come on, this is a small sleepy Devon village.
Music Venues

The Steam Packet offers music most Saturdays and are well attended
Cinemas

Torquay has the nearest multiplex cinema, but Dartmouth does have a great Art Centre called The Flavel which is situated by the Mayors car park Dartmouth, and offers a great range of films and entertainment.
Buses

Kingswear

The local bus stop is called the Banjo and is situated in front of the Village Shop, you can visit Brixham, Paignton & Torquay from here the bus timetable can be seen and printed from the following two links -

http://www.stagecoachbus.com/PdfUploads/Timetable_27305_120.pdf

http://www.torbaybusroutes.co.uk/Timetables/22-24.pdf

Dartmouth

The closest Bus Stop in Dartmouth is the Pontoon by the side of the Float, it is situated between the Float and the Station Restaurant / Pontoon, you can visit Blackpool Sands, Plymouth, Totnes, Salcombe -

http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/devon_cornwall/journey_planning/



KINGSWEAR TAXI

The local taxi man is Kingswear Taxi 0 77 59 76 64 42



Greenway Ferry

A fully restored World War 2 MTB called The Fairmile is a great boat to see the local sights from, they offer a great range of trips on various ferries at very reasonable prices, so have a look at the link -

http://www.greenwayferry.co.uk/

Greenway

The National Trust has spent a fortune renovating Greenway House & Garden, it was the home of Agatha Christie, you can walk their from Rose Cottage along the river wood path or take the Greenway Ferry.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/greenway/

Coleton Fishacre

The National Trust also owns the local holiday home owned by the D`Oyly Carte family at Coleton Fishacre. You can walk their from Rose Cottage along the coastal path, or drive to it.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/coleton-fishacre/



Steam Trains

You can travel by steam train to Paignton.

The best trip is the "Round Robin", it has three legs - Steam Train to Paignton, Open Top Bus Paignton to Totnes, Ferry Totnes to Dartmouth. You can go whichever way you want and spend as long as you want at each location as long as you don`t miss the last legs. Its a great day out for everyone and is a very reasonable price. Full details at -

http://www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk/times-fares


Kingswear Castle Paddle Steamer

This is the last coal fired Paddle Steamer and it has returned to where it first sailed from -

http://www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk/days-out/paddle-steamer-kingswear-castle

Weitere wichtige Hinweise
MAY TO AUGUST INCLUSIVE ONLY SATURDAY CHANGEOVERS, we only accept short breaks during that period if you make a reservation two weeks before your expected arrival date.
We ask guests to supply their email address and mobile phone number so that we can send comprehensive information and have an Emergency Contact.
Today`s Inshore forecast
Inshore weather and shipping forecast, Dartmouth, Devon
Dart Harbour web site provides live shipping and inshore weather forecasts directly from the Met Office. This information is updated four times per day at or after approximately 0015, 0505, 1130 and 1725 hours

http://www.dartharbour.org/weather-and-tides/inshore-forecast/



Today`s Weather & Tides
Today`s tide times are taken from data supplied directly to Dart Harbour by the UK Hydrographic Office.

Dart Harbour also provides a daily printed booklet with tide times, shipping and inshore forecasts, a three-day forecast and synoptic charts. It is free and can be collected from reception during opening hours.


http://www.dartharbour.org/weather-and-tides/



Woodlands Theme Park, Dartmouth

http://www.woodlandspark.com/

Lets go! It`s half term and Woodlands multi indoor centres are packed with fun. Outdoor zones are all geared up for a fantastic day out, all for the cost of £6.00 per person.

The variety of play in the massive Empire of the Sea Dragon provides action for all ages with three rides, the best slides, fantastic venture challenges and exciting soft play for little ones. The riskiest ride in the Empire is the Trauma Tower, hold on as it climbs up 45ft but watch out for the big drop which leaves stomachs high in space. For the best views of the five floors of action whirl up on the Dragon Mini Wheel, or for a more gentle thrill the submarine ride is perfect.

Trot over to the Master Blaster where all ages play the zippiest game in the Universe, volcanoes, blasters and cannons keep families in a firing frenzy of fun. Next door toddlers have their own activities in the Big Top Soft Play, juniors enjoy climbing, swinging and sliding in the Acrobats Funderland while the circus train puffs by.

As well as the 100,000 sq.ft. of undercover play a whole lot of the outdoor rides are open. The Sea Dragon Swing Ship is a white knuckle monster 11 metres high for a whoosh of negative G force, then bish bash your way around the Bumper Boat pond. The Big Fun Farm has five massive barns to explore. Amazing new daytime & nightime creatures join favourite animals, there are not only rabbits to cuddle but rascally raccoons and exotic cockatiels to enjoy with creepy Giant Millipedes, Sugar Gliders and glow in the dark Scorpions to marvel at. The Reptile House is home to tiny Bearded Dragons and at the other end of the ‘scale’ Homer, a 12 foot Albino Burmese Python. It’s a Zoo-in-a-Farm! Accelerate the Big U-Drive Tractors past the giant scarecrows; little ones can pedal tiny tractors and fire engines round Windmill Village.

The Falconers are on hand to show you the birds and answer questions but there are no flying displays at the moment. If you haven’t got one of those lucky coloured tickets yet try asking at your local TIC. Half term outings are big at Woodlands; it’s incredible value for all the family. Click here to see their website.



Television filming location

Dartmouth is used as a filming location for a varied range of television programmes and feature films they range from the Onedin Line to the currently very popular such as Down to Earth and Return of the Chef. The latter features John Burton Race in The New Angel restaurant. You will often see UK and European TV and feature film crews working in Dartmouth.



Kingswear to Brixham - Coastal Footpath

A very well travelled neighbour told me that this is his most enjoyable walk in the whole World.

In Kingswear, find the train station or lower ferry crossing (very easy in this village) and walk through the arch beside the Post Office, turn left up Alma Steps and then right along the single track road. The road passes by plenty of small, expensive houses, but the town quickly peters out and after turning right downhill, you`re finally away and on a wonderful woodland path. Dive steeply into the woods and back up the other side; this is a taste of what`s to come. Views of the mouth of the Dart and Dartmouth Castle pop into sight occasionally, and an old tower overlooking a cove is passed. The signs saying `DANGER! Keep Out!` put paid to any childlike exploration. Once away from civilisation and regulations, the walk becomes somewhat life-affirming; dappled sunlight sprays through the trees on a sunny day, and some of the old conifers here are truly fantastic.

The coastguard lookout and World War Two battery at Froward Point provide an excellent excuse for a break, though coast path virgins may wonder how the distance covered so far can be little more than a mile and a half! Now run by the National Coastwatch Institution, the area is well worth exploring, as much of the World War Two infrastructure is still intact. From here, purists will walk down the hill to the right, as it passes closer to the sea; those with less time or stamina, or both, can walk past the buildings and save a few hundred yards. Keep an eye on the twin rock of the Mew Stone here, where sea-birds drop guano and seals may be seen by the lucky hiker. Somewhere around this part of the route, walkers usually begin to feel they are doing something really special.

The path now variously takes in wild, open sections with good views and woodland strolls; steep slopes and level ambles; and, on a path that often feels remote, odd sections where plants have escaped from the gardens of the National Trust`s Coleton Fishacre estate. On Pudcombe Cove`s steep cliffs, peregrine falcons breed, buzzards hover overhead, and stonechats may sweet-chick away. Eventually, descend a bracken-covered hillside to reach Scabbacombe Sands. This is the most remote beach you will come to, and is popular with nude and semi-nude bathers; those with conservative sensibilities may wish to continue. In fact, over the next hill is Man Sands, a longer stretch of pebble and sand - and probably a preferable lunch stop, as there is only one really serious climb left to go after this. The beach here is a lovely stop, backed by a small lake, a row of whitewashed houses and with a good long stretch of sand where it is possible to find some quiet at any time of year.

The last big climb of the path is pretty hard going, but eventually levels out, and arriving at the top of Southdown Cliff few would argue that the views are not worth it. The rest of the route is laid out before you; first Sharpham Point, then Durl Head, and finally Berry Head and the start of Torbay. The route undulates from here, always attractive but never spectacular, and at St Marys Bay the Brixham Holiday Parks begin.

Just as it feels like the walk has gone from the wonderful to a long, slow drag, the walker finally comes onto Berry Head, a National Nature Reserve. This is a very important place; for migratory birds, which see the headland from far out to sea and make a bee-line for it; for its history, with its Napoleonic forts; for navigators, who are guided by its lighthouse; for bats (a nationally important colony of greater horseshoes call it home); for rock climbers, who see this as one of Devon`s best venues; and for coast path walkers, who make straight for the cafe on the promontory and gorge themselves on cream teas and lemonade.

When you reach Brixham reward yourself with a snack and drink at the Brixham Deli, their Daily Specials are always first class. Their scallops are hand picked by a diver! Every time I stay at Rose Cottage, monthly, I always have lunch at least once at the Brixham Deli.

Linger for a while, have a poke around, look for dolphins and whales, which are often sighted from this high place and then think about getting to Brixham. The path descends through woods and then suddenly comes out near Shoalstone Pool, an open air swimming pool fed by seawater. A gentle, undulating stroll takes you into Brixham via the breakwater - keep your eyes out for the seals that lurk in this area, attracted by fishing boats - and near the marina, the first pub, the Prince William. Though tempting, there are probably better drinking options further round the harbour, where you will probably be seduced by the odour of fresh fish and chips at the end of the day`s walk.

Then take the regular bus from Brixham to Kingswear which stops outside the Kingswear Village Shop.



Ferries



Dartmouth to Kingswear Ferry

Two vehicle/passenger and one passenger ferry link Kingswear with Dartmouth and run throughout the day all year round. The ferry lets you quickly reach the busy town of Dartmouth, Devon by either foot or car, and return to your peaceful holiday cottage for all that is best about self catering holiday accommodation in Dartmouth Devon.

The three ferry services are operated by three different companies, each offers a heavily discounted book of tickets. We strongly recommend that you buy a book of tickets.



Ferry Times

Lower Ferry Times (Weekdays and Saturdays)


Start from Dartmouth, Devon07.00
Last ferry from Dartmouth, Devon22.55
Last Ferry from Kingswear22.45
Sunday - Start from Kingswear
08.00




Higher Ferry Times (Weekdays and Saturdays)

Start from Dartmouth, Devon(06.30 Weekdays and Saturdays)
Start from Dartmouth, Devon(08.00 Sunday)
Last ferry from Dartmouth, DevonMon - Thurs & Sun -22.45 Fri & Sat - 23.45
Last ferry from KingswearMon - Thurs & Sun - 22.50 Fri & Sat - 23.50
Summer Service
Last Sunday in May for 16 weeks, 7 days a week, last ferry -

Dartmouth 23.45, Kingswear 23.50
Bank Holidays - Sunday service




Passenger Ferries (Weekdays including Saturday)


Starting from Dartmouth, Devon07.00
Last Ferry from Dartmouth, Devon23.10
Last Ferry from Kingswear, Devon23.15
Sundays Starting from Dartmouth, Devon09.00
Last Ferry from Dartmouth, Devon23.10
Last Ferry from Kingswear, Devon23.15














Places to visit
Beaches

Start Bay, Devon




Blackpool Sands, Devon

The timeless South Hams, Devon west country heritage coastline curves around the glittering expanse of Start Bay to the dramatic promontory of Start Point, where you can visit the lighthouse and meander spectacular cliff paths and enjoy the coastal views. Seals sometimes laze on the rocks west of Start Point and seabirds of all kinds nest in the craggy cliff crevices. Around the glorious sweep of Start Bay you can laze on the beach at Blackpool Sands and watch the waves lap over the sand, or visit the famous nature reserve at Slapton Ley.



Dartmouth

Britannia Royal Naval College and Dart Estuary from Rose Cottage, Dartmouth

Dartmouth, Devon is situated within a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, approximately 34 miles from Exeter, 25 miles from Plymouth, 13 miles from Totnes and 3 miles from Brixham in Torbay. To the North, the land rises to the granite heights of Dartmoor, Devon. To the East and South of the town, flows the River Dart, which is navigable 8 miles to Totnes, Devon.

The climate is mild, being close to the southernmost point of the county. Grapes flourish in the warm climate and are commercially grown in the area. The town is fiercely proud of its history and traditions and works very hard, as it has down the centuries, to welcome visitors and make them feel at home. This isn`t always easy as the care and conservation of the town has to be reconciled with the needs of tourism, business and industry.

The population of Dartmouth, Devon showed little fluctuation between the 1971/91 census. The 1971 census indicated a population of 5,700: in 1981 it was 5,250 - a decrease of 8%. The census in 1991 showed the population increasing again to 5,650 – an increase of about 8%. Overall, then, between 1971 and 1991 there was a 1% decrease in population, but the most recent figures indicate that, in 1996, the estimated population of Dartmouth was 5,744.

Dartmouth has an attractive, compact shopping centre. During the summer months the Park and Ride initiative (situated at Norton) provides an efficient and effective means of parking for shopping, sightseeing etc. while at the same time reducing town centre congestion.


Dartmouth and Kingswear Castles - Dart Estuary

Woodlands Theme Park, Dartmouth

http://www.woodlandspark.com/

Lets go! It`s half term and Woodlands multi indoor centres are packed with fun. Outdoor zones are all geared up for a fantastic day out, all for the cost of £6.00 per person.

The variety of play in the massive Empire of the Sea Dragon provides action for all ages with three rides, the best slides, fantastic venture challenges and exciting soft play for little ones. The riskiest ride in the Empire is the Trauma Tower, hold on as it climbs up 45ft but watch out for the big drop which leaves stomachs high in space. For the best views of the five floors of action whirl up on the Dragon Mini Wheel, or for a more gentle thrill the submarine ride is perfect.

Trot over to the Master Blaster where all ages play the zippiest game in the Universe, volcanoes, blasters and cannons keep families in a firing frenzy of fun. Next door toddlers have their own activities in the Big Top Soft Play, juniors enjoy climbing, swinging and sliding in the Acrobats Funderland while the circus train puffs by.

As well as the 100,000 sq.ft. of undercover play a whole lot of the outdoor rides are open. The Sea Dragon Swing Ship is a white knuckle monster 11 metres high for a whoosh of negative G force, then bish bash bosh your way around the Bumper Boat pond. The Big Fun Farm has five massive barns to explore. Amazing new daytime & nightime creatures join favourite animals, there are not only rabbits to cuddle but rascally raccoons and exotic cockatiels to enjoy with creepy Giant Millipedes, Sugar Gliders and glow in the dark Scorpions to marvel at. The Reptile House is home to tiny Bearded Dragons and at the other end of the ‘scale’ Homer, a 12 foot Albino Burmese Python. It’s a Zoo-in-a-Farm! Accelerate the Big U-Drive Tractors past the giant scarecrows; little ones can pedal tiny tractors and fire engines round Windmill Village.

The Falconers are on hand to show you the birds and answer questions but there are no flying displays at the moment. If you haven’t got one of those lucky coloured tickets yet try asking at your local TIC. Half term outings are big at Woodlands; it’s incredible value for all the family.



Riverford Field Kitchen Restaurant, Riverford, Near Totnes

If you like field fresh vegetables, organic food and a different food experience then a visit to Riverford Field Kitchen Restaurant is a must. If I could I would eat there every day! This restaurant is unique, both the food and the staff are great. This concept will change your ideas about vegetables and food.

The Riverford Field Kitchen Restaurant is located in the middle of the farm, the daily menu isn`t published till the morning as it is dependant on what is being picked that morning! Unless you have an allotment you will not know how sweet fresh carrots can be! You will have a choice of six+ very interesting organic vegetable dishes plus one meat dish, several deserts and a great range of fruit drinks and wine.

It is essential to make a reservation as it is a term of their planning permission, included in the price is a farm tour on a tractor trailer.

A co-operative of local farmers supply the Field Kitchen Restaurant and the Riverford Organic Vegetable scheme that delivers boxes of mixed vegetables to your home all over the UK.

Telephone 01803 762 074

Website http://www.riverford.co.uk/visit/riverford/field_kitchen.php

Email fieldkitchen@riverford.co.uk
Rose Cottage, affords truly spectacular panoramic views over the River Dart, Dartmouth, Dart estuary, the Britannia Royal Naval College and upstream towards Dittisham. The stone cottage was built in 1880.

Our changeover day is Saturday ONLY for 1 week stays, we do not offer short breaks during school holidays.

WE DO NOT SUPPLY BED LINEN OR TOWELS, EXCEPT TO INTERNATIONAL GUESTS FOR £60PW…
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Dartmouth

Dartmouth is situated at the wide mouth of the River Dart the town rises up the hills.

The large modern marina has meant up-market shops being introduced, but the town`s history is never far away. It has a very large range of restaurants, public houses and small specialist shops as well as the major chains. The range of restaurants is considerable so their is no need to ever cook in your vacation rental home.

Market on Tuesdays and Fridays. The river front gives good views and you can book river trips to Totnes, Dittisham, etc. The castle at the entrance to the river is a popular walk, about one mile.

The Mayflower left here for America in 1620, an event recorded on a stone. The town has a proud naval history, and is the home of the Britannia Royal Navy College, Devon which can be seen from your holiday cottage.

Well known for its impressive firework display at the end of Regatta Week, the last week in August. This is the busiest week of the year so it is essential that you book your holiday accommodation early.

Dartmouth, Devon is a great location for a family holiday as their are attractions to meet every need, you can enjoy a weekend break or stay a week or more in the west country.

A national newspaper stated that there were only two places to be at New Year, either Times Square, New York or Dartmouth. This is because everyone dresses up in fancy dress at New Year and people come from all over the country to have a good time without any trouble!

The Flavel Art Centre has a great programme of films, theatre, exhibitions, etc - it is essential that you look at the programme. The Flavel Art Centre is situated next to the Mayors Car Park and offers a Bistro and library facility.

http://theflavel.org.uk/TheFlavel.dll/Home



Crab fishing - if you have young children you must buy a "hand line" and fish for crabs anywhere along the river bank. It is the cheapest pastime known to man and your children will remember it for the rest of their lives. It is not cruel as the crab is not hooked, please return all crabs into the river!



Food

A wide range of restaurants can be found in Dartmouth that include Michelin stared fish, Polish, Chinese, Indian, Local Produce only, pub grub, fish & chip, English, you will be spoilt for choice and value.

Pubs

The Castle Hotel, the Market House
The Cherub - great range of cask ales, bar snacks and restaurant
Royal Castle Dartmouth Arms - great food and drink, opposite The Float
No need to worry about drink and driving as you can walk to your self catering holiday cottage from here, but try using the ferry rather than swimming
Cafes and coffee shops

loads
Cafe Al Fresco`s is brilliant, great coffee, great food and great ambience, try one of their breakfasts.
Tazza Cafe Italian style coffee bar with expresso etc and light snacks, Licensed.


Dartmouth Thursday Walks

Enjoy an organised walk, a different route each Thursday, all the walks are graded and timed, full details at -

http://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/sites/default/files/Dartmouth%20programme%20Sept-Dec%202013.pdf
Dartmouth

Dartmouth is situated at the wide mouth of the River Dart the town rises up the hills.

The large modern marina has meant up-market shops being introduced, but the town`s history…

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Visitor comments

"Peace and quiet - no road noise what so ever!"

Paul & Lorraine

Its all about the view - spectacular! We enjoyed our few days. A comfortable & spotless cottage. Delicious fish & chips at Rock Fish. Thank you.

Kim

Lovely stay in a lovely peaceful cottage. Clean, comfortable and well equipped. Will be back with my husband. Thank you.

Ber & Gordon

Most clean & well equipped cottage we have ever stayed in. View fantastic from cottage. Loved everything. Thank you.

Mehran

View was beautiful like a postcard. Nice well equipped, clean, comfy cottage.

Gordon

Beautifully clean & comfortable. Wanted to stay longer to enjoy the peace and quiet.

The Clark Family

Another happy holiday here. We all love Rose Cottage! Beach, long walks, train, crabbing.

Jan + Riena from Holland

It was a great holiday

McConnells

Visit No.4 to Rose Cottage, it remains a haven for body and soul
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Its all about the view - spectacular! We enjoyed our few days. A…
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