- £514 per week
- £73 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- Washing machine
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- River views
- Pony trekking/horse riding
How far to ...?
- Pub 10 miles
- Shop 1 mile
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
Life in The Edge is sheer indulgence… a beautiful holiday property with some of the best coastal views! This stylish, contemporary property on the banks of the Dart is the ideal boutique bolthole for four.
It's just a short hop on the lower ferry across the river to historic Dartmouth. Stroll around the towns winding streets packed with good restaurants, cafes, delis and stylish shops. Take the car and head a little further afield… drive along the beautiful coastal road from Dartmouth towards Slapton, stopping off at the lovely Blue Flag sandy beach at Blackpool Sands a family friendly spot with plenty of facilities for a great day out.
Kingswear is one of the most sought after villages in South Devon, sitting on the banks of the River Dart at the river's mouth opposite the town of Dartmouth. The village is a 'Mecca' to the sailing community, a superb natural harbour with numerous marinas and deep-water moorings and home to the Royal Dart Yacht Club, hosts of the annual Royal Regatta.
Kitchen: Stylish well equipped kitchen with a Siemens electric oven and hob, built in fridge, Dualit kettle and toaster.
Dining area: Table and cushioned benches with view to the river.
Lounge: 2 seater wicker settee and two matching single wicker chairs with views of the River Dart, large wall-mounted flatscreen Freeview TV.
Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed, fitted wardrobes and drawers, bedside wall-mounted lamps. A small flatscreen TV.
Luxury en-suite bathroom: Spacious with a large shower, marbled bath with a mirrored panel, W.C., wash-basin. A heated towel rail.
First floor accessed via Wooden spiral staircase.
Bedroom 2: Master-Suite with kingsize bed, fitted wardrobes and drawers. Two bedside lamps and a small wall-mounted flat-screen TV.
Luxury en-suite: Large shower, W.C., wash basin, heated towel rail. Patio doors leading out onto the wooden decking with a glass balcony with excellent views over the River Dart, Dartmouth Castle and beyond.
Bathrooms: Three in total – the 2 en-suites and an additional cloakroom by the front door.
Outside: Wooden decking and glass balconies offering excellent views of the River Dart, Dartmouth Castle and the open sea. A great space for alfresco dining.
Parking/Utility: Garage next to the main gate to the house. The white electric door is operated from inside the property and can be found on the first floor. There is room for one average sized car. There is also a fast charge electric pod point for an electric car. Utility area in the garage with washing machine and fuse box.
Facilities and services: WiFi connection available. Bed linen and towels provided. (Beach towels not provided.) Arr/Dep. For weekly bookings is Friday. Short breaks available in low and mid season, minimum 3 nights. Parking. Sea and river views. Balcony. Shop 1 mile, pub 1 mile. No smoking. Sorry no pets.
NOTE: This stunning property is located on the water front so children must be to be supervised at all times.
This property has a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £200, which is payable to Marsdens Devon Cottages with the final balance of your holiday, eight weeks prior to your arrival, and is refunded within 5 working days of your departure. Alternatively, you may wish to pay a non-refundable Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver equivalent to 10% of the Accidental Damage Deposit value, which covers you for the full value of the Accidental Damage Deposit, should any damage occur during your stay.
The Edge was fantastic for us and would definitely come back. We are a couple with a 4 year old child. The access to the property down Brecon Road is very tight and the garage will only fit a smallish family car, we had a Mini Countryman Mk1 which was OK, anything bigger wouldn't fit the garage although wider, low cars could negotiate the access road they may be too long for the garage. Parking is available at the marina for £8 per 24 hours so factor this in. The property itself is fantastic, handy for the ferry and the station and lovely views over the river up to the castle. It faces south west so gets plenty of sun. The bedrooms and bathrooms are a great size and well fitted out. The kitchen and dining area do the job but above all it's the terraces/balconies that make the property....the views are amazing and ever changing. We couldn't fault the cleanliness. The only issue we had was the button that closes the garage door which is on the inside would not work when you leant in after extracting your car as the sensor wouldn't allow it to come down despite what is said in the property instructions. Therefore we had to close the door from the inside, walk downstairs and through the property and the gate, onto the road and up to the car - luckily the road is very quiet so blocking it for 2 minutes wasn't a problem.
Amazing location, lovely river and sea views.
Everything about The Edge is superb, especially the mesmerizing view from the glass balconies! There is always something happening on the water to catch your eye as the fishing boats, gigs and visiting yachts glide past. Being on the Kingswear side of the river offers the best of both worlds, with easy access to Dartmouth via the passenger or car ferry just a step away plus glorious sunshine from day break right up until sunset. The property itself is smart, clean and well thought out, with lots of storage space and little touches of luxury wherever you look. You can get lost in Dartmouth all day, wandering around the picturesque streets and garden, browsing in the independent shops or watching the buzz of activity on the water from the long, open embankment. The riverboats and steam engine were not running during our stay because of Covid restrictions, so we embarked instead on some incredible coastal path walks around Dartmouth with glorious panoramic views of the rugged coastline. But we also couldn't resist spending a whole day at The Edge just relaxing, having lunch on the balcony and enjoying everything it has to offer. We loved our time there and have already booked again!