11 The Moorings,
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Short Breaks No
- Dogs allowed No
- Changeover day Friday
- Property Code 11MOR
- Age restrictions apply
- Age restrictions apply
- Romantic breaks
- Nearby beach
- Nearby shop
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Designated parking
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Non smoking
- Nearby golf facilities
- Access statement available on request
Superb views, high quality and extreme comfort describe this lovely apartment situated on the second floor. 11 The Moorings is most attractively and comfortably furnished, enjoys stunning views from all rooms, including the bedrooms and has its own balcony with drinks table and chairs. The apartment provides its own mooring for up to 4.5m visitors’ boats by arrangement with the owner and the Harbour Master.
The Moorings is an impressive development situated on the water’s edge of the beautiful Kingsbridge/Salcombe estuary and occupies probably the best situation in Kingsbridge. Set in attractive, shared, landscaped and enclosed gardens alongside the estuary, with occasional seating, although not suitable for children’s games, they provide an idyllic spot to appreciate the views. All the apartments enjoy these superb views from most of their rooms, balconies and/or terraces with vistas down towards Salcombe, across to the wooded banks and meadows on the opposite side and upstream to the town itself. The town, a short walk, approximately one third of a mile on the level along the embankment, has a wide range of interesting shops, restaurants, pubs, two major supermarkets and a fine leisure centre. Electric gates secure the entrance to The Moorings and there are designated parking spaces for each apartment and further visitor parking. Good sandy beaches within 5 miles.
“It has once again been a pleasure to return to the beautiful town of Kingsbridge and stay on the estuary at the excellent 11 The Moorings.”
Carpeted communal entrance lobby to the lift and stairs to the second floor. Entrance hall. Most attractive sitting room with triple aspect windows and superb views both up and down the estuary, 2 deep comfortable sofas, chair, combination TV/DVD/video player, Sky channels available and CD player/radio. Dining table and chairs. Low window/door with excellent views to Kingsbridge leading to the balcony with drinks table and chairs. The kitchen has well fitted range of units, electric hob, built-under oven, combi-microwave, dishwasher, fridge with small freezer compartment, washer/dryer, TV and table with 4 chairs. Twin bedroom (3ft beds that can be pushed together), fitted cupboards and attractive white furniture. Both the door to the balcony and window offer delightful views of the gardens and estuary. En-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail & WC. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, fitted cupboards and lovely views. En-suite shower room with good size shower cubicle, basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Parking: Designated space for 1 car and visitor parking. Video phone entry.
- Included: Bed linen, towels, broadband internet connection, electricity and central Heating (gas).
- Telephone: With honesty box. Mobile reception good.
- Please Note: Regret no babies or children under 8 years.
Kingsbridge is a pretty market town at the head of the Salcombe estuary with numerous cafes, restaurants and shops.
The Reel Cinema offers a quaint and cosy movie-going experience with a selection of the latest releases.
Work up an appetite with a Stand Up Paddleboarding lesson at The Crabshell, then treat yourself to a pint and a meal by the water.
Enjoy delicious Southern Indian food at the highly acclaimed Kerala Delicacies in Kingsbridge, where under 7's can now eat for free!
Whether you’re kite surfing, paddleboarding or wild swimming, South Devon provides fantastically scenic opportunities for trying out all sorts of adventure sports.
Walk the miles of stunning South West Coast Path with your four-legged friend, stopping off in quaint villages and deserted coves.
Devon boasts Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, steeped in seafaring history, or for a spot of retail therapy why not visit historic Exeter.
You’ll feel closer to nature whilst in Devon, but if you fancy a more exotic experience, try Paignton Zoo or the National Marine Aquarium for great family days out.
Explore the quaint villages, miles of beaches and walk the coast path in South Devon, making sure you stop off for a cream tea en route!
Property reviews for 11 The Moorings
This was our fifth visit to 11 The Moorings and once again we weren`t disappointed. We had a lovely relaxing week in this superb pristine apartment which contains everything you could need for a very enjoyable holiday. The fact the apartment overlooks the estuary makes it very special with beautiful views.
Mrs Maureen Payne
This property is superb
11 The Moorings
This was our fourth visit to 11 The Moorings and once again we had a lovely relaxing holiday in a beautiful apartment. The apartment is spacious and contains everything you could possibly want. The decor together with the furnishings and fittings are beautiful and together with the view what more could you want.
Excellent stay in a lovely apartment with wonderful views.
This booking through Toadhall Cottages would give us certain confidence to be more than happy to book any cottage listed with them again.
Had a great weeks holiday in a fantastic property.
This property is exceptional and we've loved it each of the three years we've used it. We need good accessibility for my elderly mother which this provides as well as beautiful views and easy walking to the town
11 The Moorings exceeded our expectations. It is the most comprehensively equipped apartment we have ever had. With river views from all rooms the location is perfect. It is a great choice for 4 sharing as the apartment is spacious. We found the caretaker most helpful when we rang her before our visit.
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