Revelstoke Park House, Noss Mayo
A stunning historic holiday house right beside the South Devon coast. This spacious 17th Century farmhouse has been sensitively reimagined with stunning modern finishes and lovely home comforts. But it also retains abundant character period and unique features. Plus, this wonderful holiday let is only minutes away from a beach, and the sensational seaside allure of this quiet and scenic corner of the Westcountry.
3 bedrooms, sleeps up to 8
Prices from £739 for 7 nights
Private offroad parking for 2 cars
Dogs welcome (at an additional cost)
Need more space?
Revelstoke Park House can be booked together with Stoke Cottage, located immediately opposite. Together, these two holiday lets accommodate up to 14 people.
Features & amenities
Revelstoke Park House is a gem of a holiday property. A farmhouse dating back to the 1600s, this house has all the picture-postcard appeal you could hope for from a Devon let. It’s ideal for an idyllic family or group getaway beside the Devon coast.
It may be centuries old but this property has been given a seriously modern overhaul when it comes to comfort and amenities. Warm white walls with soft lighting impart a stylish and spacious feel throughout the house. The slate flooring lends a quality feel to the place, while the underfloor heating is a lovely bonus during colder months. Upstairs, soft thick carpets raise the cosiness factor.
But you’re never far from features that highlight the house’s heritage too. From the pleasingly irregular curved walls to exposed timber work, there are period touches aplenty. And the headline acts must surely be the grand gabled porch with its huge, stunning metal-studded door, and the striking inglenook fireplace in the lounge.
Outside, you’ll find a lovely enclosed garden, complete with terraces and decked areas, patio tables and chairs. Perfect for firing up the barbecue or simply lounging outside and taking in the Devon sea air.
What’s included at the property:
- Spacious lounge with cosy leather corner sofa and chair and an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove
- Dining area with large wooden dining table and ample seating
- Large kitchen with a gas range cooker, large fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave, and plenty of cupboard storage space, with a tumble dryer also available
- Cloakroom on ground floor, with toilet and hand basin
- Oak staircase leads to first floor, which features a reading snug area, double futon bed and armchair, plus books and games
- Bedroom 1 has a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, and comes with an en-suite wetroom that includes a shower, wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail
- Bedroom 2 has a king size double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers
- Bedroom 3 has bunk beds, with a double bed on the bottom and a single above, plus a wardrobe and chest of drawers
- Family bathroom with a bath, over-bath shower, wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail
- Underfloor heating and central heating
- Dogs welcome – Maximum of three at a price of £25 per dog for the duration of the stay
- Rear garden with enclosed courtyard, terraced, decks, a patio table and chairs, and barbecue
Revelstoke Park House is positioned in Revelstoke Park, a small private holiday park near Noss Mayo, just minutes away from the beach on Devon’ south coast.
This quiet rural setting is perfect for access to the sea. The house is on the South West Coast Path, a continuous route around the region’s stunning coastline. It is only a few minutes’ walk to Stoke Beach, with dramatic rocky cliffs and gorgeous coastal views to take in. You can also visit the remains of the medieval Church of St Peter on the clifftops.
The twin villages of Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers can be found nearby, via a 5-minute drive or a lovely amble along a country trail. Here, you can find the idyllic Yealm estuary, a magnet for boaties and paddleboarders. Enjoy tempting gastro dishes, local ales, coffee or ice-cream in the welcoming local pubs. Plus, there are plenty of local amenities, including local shops, a Post Office and butcher’s.
A little further afield, discover the delights of Dartmoor, the historic maritime city of Plymouth and, just over the River Tamar, the many attractions of neighbouring Cornwall.
If visiting from outside the Westcountry, head to Exeter then west along the A38. Take the exit for Smithaleigh/Yealmpton and when you arrive in Yealmpton, turn left into Torr Hill, driving on to Ford Road and along the B3186. From here, turn left into Widey Hill and proceed into Newton Ferrers. When you reach Noss Mayo, turn onto Stoke Road the continue along this road out through the village, for around 1.5 miles. Go straight ahead at the crossroads and you’ll see a sign for Revelstoke Park. Your holiday let is shortly after this, on the left.
Catch a train service to Plymouth city centre. From here, there is a bus service to Noss Mayo but it is infrequent. Alternatively, there are numerous taxi services that can take you on the short remaining journey to your holiday let.
There are lots of coach services arriving in Plymouth city centre. From here, there is an infrequent local bus service to Noss Mayo. Or you might prefer to use a local taxi service for the remaining half-hour drive to your holiday house in Noss Mayo.
Noss Mayo & Newton Ferrers
Take a scenic walk to Noss Mayo, with Newton Ferrers just opposite on the pretty, sloping banks of the estuary. This tranquil corner of the South Hams offers breathtakingly scenic walks, lovely traditional pubs, and opportunities for sailing and paddleboarding.
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.