Newton Farmhouse Garden Flat, Newton Ferrers
This ground floor flat is a lovely home from home in the idyllic setting of Newton Ferrers in Devon. A part of Newton Farmhouse, the property offers period charm and a welcoming country feel, while being light and airy. Its spacious garden, with lawn and traditional stone walls, is set against a gorgeous leafy backdrop, adding to the charm and tranquillity of this tempting holiday let near the wonderful south Devon coast.
2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 4
Prices from £90 per night
Allocated parking space outside property
Features & amenities
This characterful ground floor flat is a warm and welcoming holiday home in the gorgeous Devon village of Newton Ferrers.
Inside the property, period character meets modern comforts. Wooden floors, beamed ceiling and soft, natural off-white hues create a cosy charm and evoke a sense of history. A traditional kitchen with cream-painted panelled doors and solid timber worktops add to this appeal. The home is also equipped with plenty of facilities to deliver modern-day convenience and entertainment – including a stainless steel range cooker, dishwasher and TV.
The garden is a wonderful asset to this property. With high stone walls, grass and patio areas, and space for outdoor eating, and abundant greenery within sight, this space inspires enjoyment of the outdoors. And a conservatory, opening from the lounge, helps to connect the inside and outside spaces.
- Lounge with soft, comfy sofa and armchair, coffee table and television
- Conservatory connected to the lounge
- Kitchen with range cooker and extractor hood, dishwasher, electric kettle, microwave and large amounts of storage cupboards
- Dining space with wooden table and chairs for four
- French doors leading onto the garden
- Double bedroom
- Twin bedroom
- Large garden with stone walls and paving, a lawn and seating against a quiet leafy backdrop
- Central heating and double glazed windows
- Broadband WiFi included
- Not suitable for dogs
This holiday flat is situated in the waterside village of Newton Ferrers in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Newton Ferrers and its adjacent village Noss Mayo make up a vibrant and picturesque area near the South Devon coast. The communities are centred around the River Yealm, which runs between them. This estuary location makes Newton and Noss a favoured spot for sailing and paddleboarding. It’s ideal too for a relaxed meal or drink at the one of the area’s choice of riverside pubs. Or for a leisurely stroll along the river through country lanes and woodland trails.
Stroll a little farther out and foot and you’ll arrive at the coast, with breathtaking scenery of the dramatic landscapes, the English Channel and across the countryside of both Devon and Cornwall. And a short drive from your base at Newton Ferrers can take you to dreamy sandy beaches, rugged moors and the area’s historic cities and towns.
If travelling from outside the South West, you can drive towards Exeter then head west along the A38. From here, take the exit for Smithaleigh/Yealmpton and when you arrive in Yealmpton, turn left into Torr Hill and onto Ford Road and along the B3186 into Newton Ferrers.
You can take a train service to Plymouth city centre, followed by a taxi service for the remaining half-hour journey to your holiday flat in Newton Ferrers (or catch the infrequent bus service to Newton Ferrers if the times are carefully planned).
There are many coach services arriving at Plymouth. From here, you can either catch the local bus service to Newton Ferrers if timings allow, or for the more convenient option, take a taxi for the half-hour journey.
Less than 1 mile
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.