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Cherubs Nest
15 Higher Street
Dartmouth
Devon

TQ6 9RB | View map
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The Cherubs Nest is a pretty Grade 2 listed merchant's house situated in the heart of Dartmouth. It has an AA 4 Star Rating and is the ideal retreat for a relaxing break.Situated in the heart of the town, a level walk to the river, boat float and shops. At night it is the ideal spot to explore the abundance of good quality pubs and restaurants that Dartmouth has to offer. The beauty of the River Dart is recognised throughout the world. You can enjoy a cruise on the river steamer to Totnes when the tides are right, or around the harbour for a shorter trip. Perhaps take the small ferry to Dittisham, have lunch and walk back along the Dart Valley Trail or hire a little boat and explore the river independently. Dartmouth is a great place to base yourself and explore the surrounding areas. Dartmoor National Park is just 40 minutes drive away and there are many places to visit for families and couples alike.Dating from 1710, this former merchant's house, bedecked with flowers during the summer, is located in the very heart of historic Dartmouth. Full of character, the individually decorated bedrooms vary in size, but all are attractive and well-equipped. A choice of breakfasts is served in the cosy dining room. PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00 to 18:00. Check Out is by 10:30. PLEASE STATE TIME OF ARRIVAL IF POSSIBLE. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets. We can accept Children over 10 years of age.

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