Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Nestling in a tranquil position on the edge of the glorious unspoilt village of Kingston, 3 Gabberwell is a beautiful cottage in an idyllic location in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Warm and welcoming at all times of the year, the cottage is sensitively renovated and freshly decorated, retaining many of its original features.
Surrounded by stunning open countryside, working farms and miles of beautiful coastline and estuaries which are havens for birds and wildlife, 3 Gabberwell (incorrectly spelt Gaberwell on the OS Map) forms one end of a row of three pretty 300-year-old cottages on a quiet and secluded leafy lane.
- Private parking for two cars through gated entrance
- South-west facing enclosed lawned garden
- Small sheltered patio area in a sunny position
Accommodation for one or two families sleeping up to seven (please note some low lintels). The accommodation comprises:
- Attractive Sitting Room with new woodburner, comfortable sofas, books, fine Welsh dresser and TV with BT Vision package supplying YouView TV plus broadband wifi and landline payphone
- Play Room (games/toys, TV/DVD)
- Dining Room seating eight
- Well-equipped fitted Kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, hob, oven and microwave with butler sink, tiled floor and back lobby to garden
- Spacious Ground floor shower room (wet-room suite with wc and sink etc).
Upstairs, 3 bedrooms comprising
- Double bedroom with window seat and meadow views, 5' King Size bed with a Feather & Black mattress and white goose down duvet plus an electric blanket for those winter nights
- Double-aspect bedroom with twin beds and a day bed - the larger picture window faces west catching the early evening sun - with hanging space and chest of drawers. Comfortably sleeps two adults and a child or 3 children
- Single bedroom with pull-out truckle, bedside table and useful hanging space and storage beneath the open tread and wooden stairs leading up to
-Low ceilinged Attic Quiet Room with books/storage
- Pretty bathroom with suite inc bath-shower
Picturesque and characterful, 3 Gabberwell is an easy stroll from the cottage into the prize-winning village. The Dolphin Inn, just 600 yards away, is a 16th century olde worlde country pub, serving home cooked food using local produce. There is a circular 2-hour walk from the pub encompassing woodland, the estuary, the coast path and farmland, and giving easy access to the stunning South Devon coastline. Kingston with its thatched cottages, is just one mile from the lovely Erme Estuary and Wonwell beach and within a few miles of three golf courses. The location is close to tourist beaches with surfing and windsurfing facilities. Fishing trips can also be arranged from the Erme
Refundable Damage Deposit £90
Dogs welcome (2 max) by arrangement, £15 charge
Bed linen and towels for hire - £48 p.w.
Stair and fire guards, and travel cot supplied
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