Imposing and impressive with views onto the River Tamar, this absolutely remarkable castle is a magical haven for families and friends seeking elegance, style and a property with an abundance of grandeur.
Dating back to 1698, this incredible castle provides a magical experience to the South Coast, with beautiful views across the River Tamar. Endless activities can be enjoyed from your doorstep, with paddle boarding and kayaking along the scenic river, clay pigeon shooting, 4x4 off-roading and wine-tasting, which can be arranged with the owner at an additional cost. Take a dip in the heated outdoor swimming pool, before nestling round the fire pit as the sun sets. The South West is a remarkable location, with tranquil coves and beaches to explore.
Welcoming and spacious living spaces throughout are fitted with sumptuous decor and period features, inviting guests to relax in the drawing room, snuggled up by the cosy fire, or to enjoy the sun streaming through the double doors of the morning room, which also has a homely open fire and Smart TV. Cook up a feast in the farmhouse style kitchen with an Aga and rustic dining table which create a wonderful country living atmosphere. Children will appreciate the games room cellar down a set of stairs with table football, a pool table and a dart board. Completing the ground floor is the first of eleven bedrooms, each appointed with luxurious decor, vintage furniture, and comfortable beds. Eight of the bedrooms are located on the first floor, each with an en-suite, while the final two bedrooms are in the castellated turrets with beautiful views of the estate. Spend lazy afternoons on one of the three terraces overlooking the ambling Tamar River playing bowls or croquet, or explore the impressive 55 acres of grounds, including woodlands, orchards, and the Lime Avenue.
Venture further afield with outdoor pursuits on the South Coast, with the dramatic views from the South West Coast Path perfect for walking enthusiasts, as well as wonderful beaches dotted along the way, such as Whitsand Bay 15 miles away. If you fancy a quick trip to the city, Plymouth is conveniently located just across the river, or you can stay rural by exploring the landscapes and National Trust sites of the Tamar Valley.