Skilfully crafted and cleverly designed, Malthouse enjoys a prime location on the Kingsbridge Estuary in stunning South Devon
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Formerly part of a brewery some 200 years ago, the Malthouse has been reimagined and is now a surprising, modern home in Kingsbridge, Devon. This part of the county is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, something you will appreciate as you discover its rugged coastline and secluded beaches.
You will enter the house via a courtyard. The interior is intriguingly laid out, with a central enclosed yard a particular talking point and a fine place to dine. Beside it, a well-equipped kitchen with top quality appliances and a dining area. Above, the living space offers plenty of seating as well as Sky TV, Netflix and a Sonos sound system.
There’s more chill-out space in Pietro’s Room (named after the resident cactus), a family-friendly place complete with two child’s beds and a vintage record player too – don’t forget to pack that vinyl. The adjoining master bedroom is a spacious one, enough to house the comfy king-size bed, a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower.
A cosy second bedroom with king-size bed offers more privacy, and a light and roomy bathroom with tub and double sinks feels wonderfully decadent. This house is one clever conversion, which has incorporated an additional mezzanine level into what was previously a two-storey property – certainly more than meets the eye from the outside.
Beautiful beaches line the coast, with Bantham – just ten minutes’ drive from Kingsbridge – known for its excellent surfing. Mothecome, Bigbury and Slapton are also recommended, along with nearby South Milton. The coastal path is a great route for walkers exploring the area – it’s bound to be a bracing experience.
Malthouse is great for adults but the children will love it too, and many family attractions can be found around the area for some memorable days out. The Woodlands Theme Park, South Devon Steam Railway and Pennywell Farm – just on the edge of Dartmoor National Park – are among those you could head to.
When it’s time to eat, your options are numerous. Don’t miss out on the foodie treats you can find in many local pubs. The pizza at The Crabshell gets the Malthouse seal of approval – and, even better, it’s only five minutes’ walk from the house.
An incredible house in an area you will fall in love with, Malthouse really is worth seeing for yourself.
Exeter 40 miles, Bristol 100 miles
1 Jan - 9 Feb £743
9 Feb - 23 Feb £857
23 Feb - 30 Mar £743
30 Mar - 13 Apr £1043
13 Apr - 4 May £857
4 May - 11 May £991
11 May - 25 May £1062
25 May - 1 Jun £1432
1 Jun - 15 Jun £1236
15 Jun - 22 Jun £1383
22 Jun - 6 Jul £1609
6 Jul - 13 Jul £1722
13 Jul - 20 Jul £1904
20 Jul - 24 Aug £2019
24 Aug - 31 Aug £1441
31 Aug - 7 Sep £1000
7 Sep - 21 Sep £948
21 Sep - 19 Oct £878
19 Oct - 26 Oct £1074
26 Oct - 14 Dec £743
14 Dec - 31 Dec £1615
Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.
No hidden charges or booking fee.
A 1?3 deposit secures your dates.
Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
There is a charge of £30 per pet per week or short break
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