The charming South Hams village of East Allington is surrounded by farmer’s fields and quiet country lanes. Its colouful history is characterised by Sir Henry Fortescue of Fallapit Manor, who famously defended Salcombe Castle and was allowed to march home to pipe and drum. The village is served by the Fortescue Arms, a gorgeous nineteenth century pub still full of features from yesteryear. Mentioned in the Domesday book in 1086, Cuttery House, is one of our most splendid holiday cottages, ideal for large families and groups. Providing both space and elegance, and nestled into the beautiful South Hams countryside, this magnificent former farmhouse is also one of our many dog-friendly properties. Finished to perfection, with an ultra modern kitchen with breakfast bar, 1 Martel, has set a very high standard. This stunning lakeside conversion enjoys access to eighteen acres of private land and is also ideal for large family gatherings, reunions, and groups, with room for up to ten guests.