Nonsuch House

Guest house in Dartmouth, Devon

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Church Hill, Kingswear
Dartmouth
Devon
England
TQ6 0BX

Nonsuch House, Dartmouth

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Nonsuch House offers luxury award winning accommodation overlooking Dartmouth in Devon. It offers four well appointed ensuite rooms and has won many awards and accolades for its hospitality and food. It is situated in a sunny, warm spot perched on the side of a hill with magnificent views over the River to Dartmouth and out to sea.

This stunning Kingswear Edwardian villa offers superb five star accommodation and is set on a south facing hill offering superb views over the river to Dartmouth and out to sea. Beautifully situated for the amazing restaurants and shopping in Dartmouth (it is only a five minute walk and romantic ferry ride away), for long walks straight from the front door or for sitting comfortably in the conservatory or on the terrace watching the world go by on the river, Nonsuch has to be the place to stay. The four well appointed rooms are extremely comfortable and spacious and have wonderful views from each one.

Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy white towels and Molton Brown toiletries are to be found and guests have use of a drawing room (with real log fires in the winter), a conservatory and a dining room. The terrace is also a favourite place to sit and watch the world go by on the river whilst enjoying a glass of wine!. Newspapers, magazines and books abound and cofffee and tea are constantly on offer.

A winner of the AA Best Breakfast Award Kit offers a substantial breakfast with homemade muesli, jams, breads, fruit, freshly squeezed orange or apple juice, followed by a full English breakfast or a daily special. From the warm welcome on arrival to the fond farewell at the end of your stay, you, the guest, are our only priority and we want you to feel special and pampered. We do all that we can to ensure that your first, and subsequent visits to Nonsuch House, are memorable.

Should you wish to plan something special - a birthday, an anniversary, a celebration or just a quiet peaceful weekend, we shall take care of it all and will make sure that you feel that everything is just 'perfect'. Do come and visit and be assured of a genuine welcome. As more than one guest has commented - 'simply the best' and we hope that you will feel the same too.

If you are looking for award winning accommodation in Dartmouth, Nonsuch House should be top of your list

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From: £95.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Dartmouth Travel and Heritage Information

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Torbryan, Holy Trinity Church - 10.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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