Eureka, Newton Ferrers
This stylishly presented holiday let is located in the pretty village of Newton Ferrers. From its hillside position, the house offers great views over the surrounding Yealm estuary. And it’s just a short distance from scenic coastal and riverside walks in this serene and idyllic corner of South Devon.
2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 6
Prices from £75 per night
WiFi available throughout the property
Free parking at the property
Pets allowed at an additional charge of £25
Features & amenities
Eureka is a lovely two-bedroom holiday rental located in the idyllic setting of Newton Ferrers in South Devon. The house is beautifully presented and packed with home comforts to promise a thoroughly enjoyable UK getaway.
In addition to a pleasant and light-filled interior, the house has great outdoor space, with three separate garden areas and breathtaking views. And with the Yealm estuary on your doorstep, you’re ideally placed for quiet country rambles and exploring the South West Coast Path. This holiday let also provides abundant options for visiting the many beaches and other coastal delights of this beautiful area, and the attractions of the wider Devon and Cornwall beyond.
- Two super king size beds plus a sofa bed in the lounge, sleeping 6 in total
Pets allowed (at extra charge of £25) but we ask that you cover the sofas with throws
Three garden areas with lovely views over surrounding area, outdoor seating and boat berth
Fully stocked kitchen, with features that include a cooker, microwave, washing machine, large fridge freezer, coffee maker and dishwasher
Spacious living area with large television, two large and comfy sofas, and a wood burning stove
Towels, bed sheets, soap and toilet paper provided
Iron, ironing board, wardrobe space and hangers
Smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm and fire extinguisher installed
WiFi throughout property and dedicated workspace available
Eureka is located in the tranquil coastal village of Newton Ferrers in the stunning South Hams area of south Devon.
Newton Ferrers is a secluded spot perched on the banks of the Yealm Estuary, with the smaller village of Noss Mayo on the opposite side of the river. This sleepy corner of south Devon is a charming mix of traditional thatch-roof Devon cottages, pretty scenery, ancient woodland and peaceful rural life. From Newton Ferrers, you can stroll along the South West Coast Path towards the shoreline, and discover open views out to the English Channel.
This area has a warm community feel, with a treasured local pub, The Dolphin, welcoming locals and visitors alike with its local ales and acclaimed bistro dining. There’s also a small selection of local shops for convenience supplies. Newton Ferrers offers a laid-back, not overly touristic, holiday feel and an authentic taste of coastal Devon life. And its location makes it the ideal choice for water-based activities – or just to take in the sea air and sensational scenery.
If travelling into the Westcountry, you can drive to Exeter then head west along the A38 (or west along the A38 through Plymouth). From the A38, take the exit for Smithaleigh/Yealmpton. When you arrive in Yealmpton, turn left into Torr Hill and continue onto the B3186. This road continues into Court Road, and Eureka – you’ve found it!
There are multiple rail services to Plymouth. From here, you can catch a bus direct to Newton Ferrers or use a local taxi service for the remaining part of the journey.
You can catch a coach service to Plymouth, followed by a local bus or taxi service for the final leg of the journey to your holiday let in Newton Ferrers.
Noss Mayo is another pretty village nestled on the opposite bank of the River Yealm. A 25 minute stroll takes you around the creek to the other side, where alternative views and various nature-filled walks await, along with an extra selection of pubs to check out.
Nestling in a rocky cove, this sheltered beach boasts soft golden sand, rockpools and shallow waters, making it perfect for a family seaside day out. What’s more, it backs on to classic rolling Devon landscapes and links to coastal paths with sensational views.
Known as ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, Plymouth is a seaside blending seafaring history and modern urban attractions. Discover the National Marine Aquarium, The Box museum, the cobbled streets of the Barbican, diverse shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres and more.
Dartmoor National Park
This ruggedly beautiful wilderness is the perfect place for rambling, mountain biking or horseriding. Climb the granite tors, explore ancient woodlands and enjoy a picnic while you take in the sensational views of this majestic and legendary landscape.