Mallard Cottage and Wharf Corner are part of an old stone warehouse, probably dating from about 1800 and converted 30 years ago into 3 substantial apartments. Situated on the banks of Bow Creek, a tidal tributary of the River Dart, they are named after the friendly mallards that frequent the area and the creek side wharf that Quay Place used to serve. The view is constantly changing and with it the types of birds that visit - at high tide we have cormorants, at low tide egrets and herons, and at mid-tide kingfishers. There is no better way to explore the river than by kayak - there is one provided, but you can bring your own form of river transport. Fishing is permitted. Within walking distance there are good local facilities for eating out. Throughout the year the Maltsters Arms hosts musical and other events indoors which can only be heard by attending them. In the summer months these activities (sometimes accompanied by quayside BBQs) move outdoors, always shutting down by 10.00pm.
Accommodation Summary :
Bedroom 1 with king size double.
Bedroom 2 with twin beds.
Bedroom 3 with full size bunk beds.
Bathroom with bath and shower over, toilet and basin.
Separate toilet and basin.
Newly installed kitchen with hob,