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What our customers are saying about our Christmas Cottages In Plympton To Rent.
Jamie - verified booking
"A lovely part of the world: we enjoyed some great walks in Dartmoor, visited Buckland Abbey which is literally right outside the village of Milton Combe, and had a day at the coast at Wembury which is just 40 minutes' drive away. The village itself is very peaceful and set in a deep valley so you really feel like you've got away from it all. The local pub ('Who'd Have Thought It') served stunning food - we went there three nights in a row. Because the village is so small, there isn't a shop in it, but you don't have to drive very far to find one. The cottage was nice and cosy, especially once we had lit the wood fire. Both bedrooms and the bathroom were fine. We didn't cook at all so can't really say much about the kitchen, though the toaster could do with being replaced. Dishwasher and washing machine both worked OK. In a perfect world there would be a garden out the back that the dog could be let into, but that is impossible given the location - the slope behind the row of cottages is almost vertical. Not a major issue, though, as it is easy to walk the dog around the village and there is almost no traffic to worry about."
Suzanne - verified booking
"We visited this cottage for new year as three families with four children between us all. It is a beautiful cottage and so much bigger than it appears when you look at it from the front of the house. There is more than enough cutlery/crockery and glassware supplies without having rob constantly wash every by hand which was very welcomed by us. Let’s be honest when you go away you want to be able to leave the sink behind! The cottage has more than enough separate areas for you all to be comfortable and not on top of each other if you want your own space. The only downside to this cottage is the parking, there isn’t specific parking for the cottage, it’s a case of finding somewhere on the road which isn’t a problem as there are plenty of options but it does make for an interesting load and unload of your suitcases etc! Would definitely recommend this and would certainly come back again! Many thanks for letting us stay in your beautiful home"
David - verified booking
"Beautiful house, beautifully decorated and expensively furnished (keep your eye on any children!) with luxurious white carpet upstairs (so bring your carpet slippers). Well appointed kitchen and adequate dining space. Outside spaces great for relaxing and front lawn good for recreation. Great location on edge of village with two pubs, two cafes and village shops. Garage with shop over road. Nearest pub does food and the ‘Volunteer’, in the centre of the village, is a lovely village pub with a very welcoming landlord and landlady. They do a quiz on Thursday evenings and will shortly start putting meals on. Great beers and homely welcoming atmosphere. Some lovely walks in village by the river. Beaches a short drive away but beware of traditional narrow and steep-sided Devon lanes leading to them. Car sensors were beeping like mad!"
Andrew - verified booking
"Loved the location and modern decor of the converted barn accommodation with plenty of cupboard and storage space. The Mussel Inn pub across the road was also very good. Fantastic walks available to Heybrook Bay (Eddystone Inn recommended), Bovisand beach (dogs allowed), Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers are all definitely worth a visit. We didn't need to use the car once with a local village shop also just around the corner. If being picky you could say the bed was a bit small and not particularly comfortable, there was only a toilet and sink downstairs and some of the mugs were a bit dirty and probably need bleaching. However, that really is being picky and we absolutely loved the place and would highly recommend and possibly return (though we do like to explore different locations in Devon & Cornwall). Thank you"
Pauline - verified booking
"Positives good location for visiting different areas of Devon & Cornwall. Well equipped comfortable cottage with good secure garden with small outdoor raised swimming pool. Good welcoming pub within walking distance although due to close in January. Good children’s play park also in the village up a a hill.Negatives door opens directly on the road which can be a safety issue with children. No parking outside the cottage even to unload & limited parking on the road in the village. As we had 3 cars, 1 car had to park one distance away.The children’s bunk room has a separate access to the other bedrooms which work well for us"