Property of the week

Published: Monday 13th Feb 2017

Written by: Sophie Hassall

Holly Trees - Kingsbridge, South Devon.

Property Reference: BC204

Kitchen Holly Trees The kitchen at Holly Trees

Check out our new property Holly Trees in Kingsbridge that has recently joined the Blueriver Cottages portfolio.

This fabulous property sleeps up to 8 people and has been recently refurbished throughout with all the latest technology to make your stay enjoyable.

Holly Trees is now taking bookings for the summer holidays and is a great celebratory property. With a large kitchen/diner which opens out onto the patio area with a hot tub for your own use what more could you ask for on your holiday. The garden is South facing and therefore benefits from the sunshine all day. Cook up a BBQ feast for your guests and enjoy the private garden and sit back and relax whilst the children enjoy bouncing high on the trampoline.

Conveniently located in Kingsbridge and within just a 10 minute walk down to the town centre you can find many local shops, restaurants and cafes to explore. Don’t forget your Blueriver Cottages Privilege card there’s plenty of local business that will offer you discounts when you present your card. What a great way to get to know and discover the local town. Grab a coffee from The Panty and stroll along the estuary in the morning whilst the sun is rising or book a table at The Crabshell Inn for the evening. The Crabshell do great pizzas and have a menu that accommodates all ages. The pub is right on the water’s edge and is beautiful to sit outside and watch the boats pass by and the sunset.

The market town of Kingsbridge is centrally located to many of the other local towns and villages that you must visit such as Salcombe and Dartmouth. Both boating and sailing destinations that are full of local shops and restaurants as well as picturesque walks and boat trips. 

Are you in need of the South Hams sunshine this summer? Call our sales team now on 01803 833682 to find out more about this stunning property Holly Treesin Kingsbridge.

Sophie Hassall



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