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Nos 1 and 2 Coleton Barton are a pair of recently refurbished holiday cottages within five minutes' walk of the house and garden at Coleton Fishacre. These comfortable early twentieth-century cottages enjoy lovely rural views over rolling farmland, and share the large lawned garden surrounding them. Situated on the Kingswear peninsula with easy access to the sights and sounds of the South West Coast Path, they are surrounded by breathtaking scenery, with Scabbacombe Head and the sea to the east and south, whilst the colourful and historic Dart Estuary is to the west. This is an exceptional location from which to explore one of the very special corners of South Devon.
Heating: Night storage heating included.
Parking: Parking area is adjacent to the cottages.
Utilities: The water is fed from a private water supply which is tested regularly by the local authority. If there is an interuption to the supply bottled water will be supplied.
Please Note: The stairs in this cottage are steep and winding.
Mobile reception: There is no mobile reception in this cottage.
Offers: Guests will enjoy unlimited access to Coleton Fishacre throughout the duration of their stay. A leaflet with the code to unlock the gate to the gardens will be left on the welcome tray within the cottage.
Additional Logs can be pre-ordered upon request for your convenience.
Guests will also benefit from a discount voucher which can be redeemed at National Trust Shops across the English Riviera.
Guests who bring a dog to this cottage will receive a “doggy bag” with treats for your four legged friend.
Devon's a big and beautiful county with much to offer. From bucolic sleepy market towns to the miles and miles of coastline, much loved by surfers, swimmers, families, and walkers from all over the world, a trip to this special place will stay with you for ever. We have a great range of holiday options in Devon, from holiday cottages brimming with character and lovingly restored to our bunkhouses and bothies, all located on or near land in the care of the National Trust.