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This apartment offers guests the experience of staying in the holiday home of the much loved crime writer, Agatha Christie. Spread over the first and second floors of Greenway House, at the heart of the magical garden, this house boasts glorious views of the River Dart. Greenway Apartment has its own small garden, however guests also have the privilege of access to Greenway garden at all times, as well as access to the house, café, and shop during normal opening times.
Heating: Oil central heating is included in the cottage.
Parking: There are 3 reserved parking spaces only, by the Visitor's Reception approx 100 metres from the property.
Garden: Guests have access to a small private garden.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Guests have free access to Greenway house during opening hours and unlimited access to gardens during their stay. The garden is large and extensive with some steep banks, eventually leading down to the River Dart.
Guests will also benefit from free entry to Coleton Fishacre, Compton Castle and Bradley Manor upon showing their booking confirmation. Also guests will receive a discount voucher which can be redeemed at National Trust Shops at Greenway, Coleton Fishacre and Dartmouth.
Please Note: The accommodation is located above the visited areas of the house, some noise will be evident during normal house opening hours.
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.