|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
The entrance stairs lead into the contemporary kitchen/diner which is fully equipped with dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge/freezer and a dining table to seat 9 guests. Off the first floor landing is
the spacious sunny lounge, tastefully furnished with two huge sofas, a wood burning stove, HD TV with DVD and WiFi connection. On the same floor is the master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, which has a walk in shower and vanity wash hand basin. The WC. is situated off the first floor landing. On the upper floor are three double bedrooms, one of the bedrooms has a double bed with single bunk over. All the bedrooms are well equipped with built in wardrobes and drawer space. The bathroom on this floor has a walk in shower, vanity wash hand basin and WC.
All the bed linen is supplied and tea towels but not towels. Eagles Nest is situated on the second floor and has an external and steep internal staircase. The property is on the level in the centre of Dartmouth.
St. Saviour's Reach apartments are in a central location with views across the Boat Float to Avenue Gardens and the Dart Estuary. The individual shops and excellent restaurants are on the doorstep. A 10 min walk takes you the Castle at the mouth of the estuary with local beaches 'Castle Cove' and 'Sugary Cove. Blackpool Sands and Slapton Sands are a 15 min car ride away. You can explore the Dart Estuary on the regular Dart Cruises to Totnes or take the ferry to Kingswear or Dittisham. Or by foot on the many stunning walks that Dartmouth has to offer. The two self contained apartments offer spacious sunny accommodation with huge windows overlooking historic Fairfax Place with views across the Boat Float to Avenue Gardens and the Dart Estuary. The lower 1st floor apartment sleeps 4 and the 2nd floor upper apartment is on 2 floors and sleeps 9. They can interconnect to make a huge space to accommodate up to 13 with wood burning stoves for the winter months, HD TV & DVD and WiFi.
We live in Worcestershire and discovered Dartmouth 15 years ago. Our two daughters have grown up there spending long summer holidays enjoying all that Dartmouth has to offer.
We love boating on the River Dart and out to the coastal coves and beaches for picnics, live music in the pubs, great places to eat and glorious walks with our cocker spaniel 'Bobby'.
Dartmouth is called 'A town for all seasons' and we just love it all year round and get there as often as we can.
Jane Jackson purchased this apartment in 2000
As a family we had been visiting the South Hams area for a few years and really fell in love with Dartmouth which we felt had an all year round appeal. When we purchased St. Saviours Reach apartments which is right in the heart of Dartmouth, our children were young and loved the freedom and safety of this lovely town and being so near to the water. The property is one of Dartmouths historical listed buildings which we completely renovated when we purchased in 2000 into two very spacious and comfortable apartments. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and The beautiful Dart Estuary right on the doorstep. The Dart cruisers take you to Totnes or the small ferry boat to Dittisham for great crabbing, The Anchorstone cafe and Ferry Boat Inn for great food and drink.
St. Saviours Reach Apartments are in the heart of Dartmouth with views of the estuary and on the level. They are two self contained apartments but can interconnect to create accommodation for 13.
Both apartments have a car parking pass.
A beautiful and well decorated and sunny apartment with a great shower and the comfiest bed I've slept in. However, my sleep was disturbed every early morning by the thump of footsteps upstairs ..some sort of sound proofing needed.
Reply from owner....
We have since fitted carpets over the wooden floors in the apartment above and hopefully rectified the problem.
This is the second time we have stayed here. The apartment is clean, well equipped and perfect for a holiday with extended family. The best thing about it is the central location, our grandchildren could easily pop out to the park or go crabbing as everything that Dartmouth has to offer is on your doorstep.
Stunning blue flag beach 'Blackpool Sands' is a 15 min car ride away with an excellent cafe/restaurant. Further on is Slapton sands, a 3 mile stretch of pebble beach, with a pub and restaurant offering excellent food. Dartmouth has 2 small coves close to the Castle at the mouth of the Estuary called 'Castle Cove and Sugary Cove.
The nearest railway station is Totnes which is approx 12 miles from Dartmouth. Buses run hourly from Dartmouth to Totnes. Exeter is the nearest airport. A car is not essential as all modes of transport are on the doorstep unless you want to explore the beautiful surrounding areas in the South Hams.
The Ferry to Kingswear is 1 min away where the Paignton Steam Railway is. There are ferry's to Dittisham, 'Greenways' the home of Agatha Christie and many other trips by the Dart Cruisers.
M & S simply food is next to the main car park, the co-op is in Fairfax Place and Sainsburys is located at the top of town by the park and ride. The individual shops, restaurants, tourist information centre, museum and cinema are all in town on the doorstep of St. Saviours Reach.