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Highlights in Dartmouth
- A dog friendly destination
- Impressive landscapes and hiking routes
- A steamy National Heritage
- Family friendly beaches
- Plenty of festivals and events all year round
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Dartmouth
In Dartmouth you will find from cosy to chic, traditional and affordable rentals both in town and the surrounding area. Staying in town is the way to be close to all the action but if you are looking for some extra peace and quiet, the countryside is a great option. Choose your favourite holiday rental in Dartmouth and get stunning views of the river, sea and estuary.Fantastic rentals with the best amenities
Dartmouth accommodates families, groups of friends, couples and solo travellers. Many rentals offer different options including family friendly arrangements, pets allowed and all the amenities to make your stay a memorable one. Beautifully decorated lettings with nice wallpapers and exquisite details. Traditional properties with lovely outside areas for BBQs and dinings al fresco. Private gardens and garages are also available to keep your own car. Book your holiday rental now and enjoy a lovely time in Dartmouth.
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The area and getting around
In the county of Devon, Dartmouth town is a beautiful civil parish with stunning landscape and lots of historical buildings to visit. The town’s local produce is delicious and the River Dart is the perfect playground to practice your favourite water sports including boat trips, sailing, paddle boarding, surfing and kayaking. You can also spend a lazy day just taking in the splendid views.Get to know South Devon
Get to know the history of the city and its heritage including Dartmouth’s Castle and Agatha Christie’s Holiday Home. Families with kids can enjoy the attractions at Woodlands Theme Park and spend some time crabbing on the embankment. Explore the town at your own pace, visit the museum, art galleries, browse the independent shops and enjoy a nice meal at the varied eateries. Once you visit the town, head to the countryside and walk along the many footpaths that will lead you to incredible and stunning surroundings as well as getting impressive coastal views. You can also walk part of the South West Coast Path. For a nostalgic trip, take the steam train from Kingswear along South Devon or get on a ferry and enjoy a trip to Totnes, Torquay or Salcombe.
Travellers and activities
Dartmouth has a long association with the Royal Navy. Many naval officers have received their training here since 1863. The town has got medieval and Elizabethan roots still giving several historical monuments its distinctive appearance. Visit Dartmouth Castle and Bayards Cove Fort and marvel at these wonderful heritage sites. In 1620, the sailing of the Mayflower was also linked to this coastal town. Find out about the history of the cityDartmouth for outdoor lovers
In the surrounding South Devon countryside, you can plan great days out with the most varied activities including cycling, a round of golf, hiking trails and of course, enjoy the pleasures of the River Dart. An outstanding natural beauty that will make you fall in love with Dartmouth and the Dartmoor National Park, also full of beauty and charm to enjoy a pleasant day out with the family.
Dartmouth is quite popular for being one of the most dog friendly destinations so your furry four legged friends will always be welcome here!
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Here you can enjoy fantastic beaches like Castle Cove and Sugary Cove, close to Dartmouth Castle, an excellent choice to enjoy a laid-back afternoon and a nice cuppa at the Castle Tea Rooms. A few minutes away from town, you find the stunning Blackpool Sands, one of the most beautiful beaches in the UK. This is a perfect beach for families and for those who wish to practice water sports. A bit further away, there is the historical Slapton Sands, a golden stretch ideal for fishing, windsurfing and sailing. Just behind it, Slapton Ley Nature Reserve is a great place for birdwatching and walking.2. Enjoy the events and festivals
There is always something going on in Dartmouth, so if you are planning on visiting Dartmouth for a specific event why not make a holiday out of it? Dartmouth loves celebrating things so you can find annual events and seasonal events. The town is home to the Dart Music Festival in spring or the Dartmouth Food Festival in autumn and the Candlelit in the winter. If you love ships, the Royal Regatta in August is a great event to attend. Enjoy food festivals, royal regattas, music events, markets and shows. Dartmouth always has something for everybody all year through. Come and celebrate!3. Enjoy the port and its activities
A beautiful port with more than 3,000 moorings and a big fleet of fishing boats, sometimes eclipsed by the warships visiting Dartmouth and its Royal Naval College. The famous Royal Regatta happens here as well at the end of August. For a day of family fun you can select any of the activities taking place including rowing races, markets, sailing events and admire beautiful air displays and fireworks.4. Walk a bit of the South West Coast Path
The popular South West Coast Path is a 630 mile route around southwestern England. Dartmouth is a perfect location to get a taste of this popular route. Hike the tricky bit of this trail and take in the rugged scenery where high cliffs descend into the water and rise up again. Try the easy ten-mile walk to Torcross or push yourself and take the challenge all the way to Brixham, crossing valleys along the River Dart. Get your walking gear and enjoy nature at its best surrounded by stunning landscapes.5. Get on a heritage journey
Enjoy a fantastic 6.7-mile ride on The Dartmouth Steam Heritage Railway. Cover the route this branch line did in Devon, between Paignton and Kingswear. Sit back, relax and enjoy the 35-minute journey. If you get your seat on the right side, you will enjoy the beauty of the Torbay coastline and its lush green hills on the Dart Estuary.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Dartmouth
Our data shows that Dartmouth has an average price of £133.33 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in the United Kingdom.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Dartmouth are January, March, and February, with average prices of £91.94, £97.91 and £108.21, respectively.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Dartmouth, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £201.52, £147.38, and £140.57, respectively.
It's better to book sooner than later in Dartmouth as only 30% of the properties are available, according to our 2020 data.
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are January (with an availability of 70.5%), February (54.8%), and March (50.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 0.2% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (1.75%), and July (8%).
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