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'Mill Poole House'
7, Market Street
Dartmouth
TQ6 9QE

Lynne and Ian



Welcome you to their lovely home a Grade II listed Georgian town house
set in the heart of beautiful Dartmouth two minutes from the river and town attractions


Our character rooms are all ensuite with south facing balcony
affording glorious views of the valley and market square.

Smoking is strictly prohibited throughout and including balcony areas.

Phone Lynne or Ian for details
Telephone: 01803 834598
Mobile: 07970 991 976
or 07780 970 803

Email: iannoble@tesco.net


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Our aim is to make your stay with us as welcoming and comfortable as possible. Combine your stay with a fishing or diving trip aboard our charter boat 'Samuel Irvin 3'. See our website below.
Our rooms are characterful and pretty with original fireplaces and french doors which lead onto a south facing balcony. Our guests often enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching a beautiful sunset. Our informal and friendly setting encourages our visitors to return year after year.

25- 30 per person per night
Payment by cash is always preferred
however we do accept cheques with cheque card.
We do not accept credit cards.
We offer a full English breakfast and any variations you may like! Alternatively you may prefer a continental breakfast including croissants and freshly baked bread collected daily from either of our lovely 'French Bread' shops. Public parking facilities close-by
We ask our guests to vacate their rooms by 10.30.am on day of departure
We welcome well behaved children however we do not have special facilities or family rooms. Regrettably our property is not suitable for pets
Mill Poole House is the home of 'Samuel Irvin 3'our fast Blyth catamaran.
Fishing and Diving Charters available.
Click here for our website

Link to further information @ Dartmouth TV

Link to 'The Inn Theatre Company' responsible for the open air Shakespeare productions at Dartmouth Castle

Link to Dartmouth Shakespeare Week

Dartmouth is surprisingly close.
London and Liverpool only 4 HOURS away, Birmingham or Basingstoke only 3 HOURS, Bath around 2 HOURS.
There is plenty to see and do in the Town and Nearby.

Dartmouth is in an area of unspoilt natural beauty, surrounded by tranquil countryside with high rounded hills and steep sided valleys, lush with vegetation. The nearby spectacular coast line offers superb cliff top walks. Explore the winding country lanes and visit the many picturesque villages close by.

Situated at the mouth of the River Dart, the towns greatest asset is its deep water harbour. For over 900 years sailors have set out for different parts of the world.
The river provides a fascinating and continually changing panorama of activity with fishing boats, ferries, yachts, and on occasions, cruise ships. Frigates and submarines often visit the Britannia Royal Naval College.

PICTURE PICTURE
A Town For All Ages

Dartmouth is a beautiful, historic small town.
We think the villages and countryside of the South Hams are the most lovely areas of the country.
There is always a warm welcome for visitors.

Come in the Spring
and see the hedgerows filled with wild flowers and the woods a sea of bluebells.
Early visitors can enjoy the peace of the area with good walks along the Coast Path and inland villages, or around the Dart Valley Trail.

Come in the Summer
and have fun on the beaches.
Experience the excitement of the Dartmouth Royal Regatta, the best in the west, the Red Arrows and firework displays.
Enjoy a trip on the River, visit Dartmouth Castle, or just watch the world go by from a deck chair on the Embankment.

Come in the Autumn
and see the colours change on the steeply wooded banks of the Dart.
This is a favourite time for walkers, and those wishing to explore the area and visit some historic towns and houses.
Dartmouth has a wealth of small interesting shops and galleries making it an ideal starting point for Christmas shopping.

Come in the Winter
there is warm and comfortable accommodation to come back to if you have been out walking or shopping.
Many visitors come for Christmas, and to enjoy the fun of New Years Eve.

Link to further information