Tylecroft, Noss Mayo
This spacious and homely property is located in a wonderful waterside spot in the idyllic South Devon village of Noss Mayo. It offers fantastic views, including a beautiful vista over the Yealm estuary from a large balcony, and is within a short walking distance of local shops and the South West Coast Path. With facilities that include a wood burner, pool table and table tennis table – plus opportunities for walks, water sports and pub stops – there’s everything you need for a leisurely Devon holiday.
3 bedrooms, sleeps up to 6
Prices from £100 per night
Private offroad parking and EV charger
High speed fibre broadband and WiFi available
Features & amenities
This welcoming waterside house is ideally set up for a relaxing and engaging Devon escape.
Inside, the house is bright and nicely decorated, with a clean, airy, homely feel. The open-plan ground floor brings a great sense of space, with a sociable connection between the kitchen, lounge and dining area. It’s perfect for allowing your holiday party to be together whether you’re cooking, dining or relaxing. Plus, a woodburner provides a warm and cosy focal point for holidays during the cooler months.
The real star of the show is the wonderful view that can be enjoyed throughout the house – a big picture window by the dining table and another in the lounge overlook the leafy slopes of the estuary. And a large decked balcony shows off the scenery in its full glory. With a table and chairs, this is the ideal spot to dine and chill in the open air, overlooking the water, village and rolling countryside from an elevated position.
Tylecroft also comes with a games room, featuring a pool table, and TV with Freeview and DVD player, plus and a table tennis table undercover outside. So whatever the Devon weather brings, there’s plenty here to keep your family or group of friends entertained. And your practical needs are well considered too – there’s an EV charger for electric car drivers and the high-speed fibre broadband brings exceptional connectivity, whether you’re checking in on work or simply streaming for entertainment.
- Lounge with a Smart TV, comfy seating and a wood burner, and a large picture window, with access to the balcony.
- Private EV (electric vehicle) charging point.
- Dining area with wooden table and comfy dining chairs for six, beside large window with views over the Yealm estuary.
- Kitchen with integrated eye-level electric oven, gas hob, microwave oven, coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dryer, and a breakfast table.
- Downstairs cloakroom, ideal for storing coats, footwear and bags.
- Large decked balcony, with wicker table and chair set, plus a separate table and stools set for two, and barbecue set – affording sensational views out over the Yealm estuary.
- Bedroom 1: king size bed, with plenty of clothes storage, TV and ensuite shower room including walk-in shower, toilet and wash basin.
- Bedroom 2: king size bed, chest of drawers, wash basin, and views over Noss Creek.
- Bedroom 3: twin beds and window with views over the estuary.
- Family bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, toilet and wash basin.
- Games room, with pool table, TV with Freeview and DVD player.
- Table tennis table outdoors on patio beneath the balcony.
- Storeroom which can be used for keeping bikes, sailing and fishing gear.
- Offroad parking for two small or medium vehicles and additional parking below the property.
- Please note that there are a number of stone steps between the parking bay and front door.
- Central heating and double glazing.
- Up to two dogs allowed (at additional cost).
Tylecroft is in a stunning waterside location in the highly desirable village of Noss Mayo in South Devon. It is in a quiet spot, with stunning elevated views over the Yealm estuary from the house and balcony – and close to the heart of village life, with easy access to the water.
Noss Mayo and its sister village Newton Ferrers are in a lovely waterside community on the south-west coast of Devon. It’s the ideal place for river-based activities like sailing, paddleboarding and fishing, with the tidal creek just moments away from the holiday house.
There’s a choice of great pubs, including the Swan Inn and Ship Inn within walking distance of from the house. Here, you can get local beers, wines, coffees, ice creams and delicious meals in a relaxed setting next to the water. The village also offers a number of useful amenities, including a pharmacy, Co-op store and a cafe with a bakery – providing easy access to supplies locally.
And Noss Mayo is a dream location for walkers. From the property, you can wander out through quaint lanes, ancient woodland and a coastal path that takes you alongside the English Channel, where you can gaze out to sea and along the dramatic cliff coastline.
Noss Mayo is also the ideal base for days out to sweeping sandy beaches, and a wide variety of villages and towns, with the historic maritime city of Plymouth, and the lure of Cornwall and Dartmoor all within easy reach on a day trip.
Travel along the A38 to Yealmpton. At a crossroad in the villages, turn down into Torr Hill (B3186) and continue onto Ford Road then into Newton Ferrers. Continue onto Parsonage Road then onto Bridgend Hill. Follow this road with Newton Creek on your right then at the head of the creek, take a sharp right round into Stoke Road. Pass the sign to Junket Corner, continuing on the left fork along Stoke Road, and find Tylecroft a short way along on your right.
There are plenty of train services to Plymouth city centre. From here, there is a bus service to Noss Mayo but it is infrequent – you may find it easier to use one of the many taxi services available for the remaining half-hour journey to your holiday house.
There are numerous coach services serve Plymouth, arriving in the heart of the city centre. From here, there is a local bus service is available but it is infrequent. You may find it more convenient to take a taxi for the half-hour journey to Noss Mayo.
Noss Mayo & Newton Ferrers
Less than 1 mile
You’re near the intersection between Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers, with easy access to all that these villages offer. 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.