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Junket Cottage

Sleeps 4
2 dogs
2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms

Junket Cottage is a semi-detached stone cottage overlooking the River Yealm in Noss Mayo. Just 500 yards from the waterside pubs, and with stylish contemporary style, it offers lovely accommodation for small families or couples. From the lane, you step up to your front door into the hall. From here, head into your sitting room with cosy wood burning stove or the smart kitchen where you can enjoy leisurely mealtimes. At bedtime, head upstairs to the two comfortable bedrooms where you can wake to fascinating views of the river. Across the lane, with access through the gate to the left hand side of the hedge, you have your outdoor seating area, from which steps wind steeply down to the riverbank. Here you share a table and chairs on a quay and a slipway and outhaul mooring with one other cottage. Noss Mayo is perfect for boating fans and you can launch your dinghy on to the water at the public slipway 100 yards from the cottage. For some different water activity, try paddleboarding or wakeboarding hire or trips, or stay on dry land and walk the woodland or to the cliff top Coast Path. Along the coast, Mothecombe is a beautiful beach and Wembury is good for rock pooling and its marine conservation centre. And at the end of the day, chill out in the pubs beside the river. With its riverside setting and closeness to the popular pubs, Junket Cottage is a lovely place.

Central heating with wood burning stove. Microwave, fridge, freezer, tumble dryer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with DVD, WiFi, Phone, Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair available on request. Off road parking for three cars. Two well-behaved dogs welcome (not allowed upstairs) no puppies under 1 year. Please note there is a supplementary charge for the 2nd pet. Sorry no smoking.

Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en suite shower room with shower, WC and basin, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, hand shower, WC, basin. Hall. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Kitchen with dining area.

The tiny, pretty village of Noss Mayo is hidden away on the southern bank of the Yealm Estuary and is home to two good pubs. Across the water is the larger village of Newton Ferrers, and you can get between the two villages by a causeway at low tide and a seasonal ferry that operates a triangular route and calls in at the SW Coastal Path, Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers. Newton Ferrers has a local butcher, chemist and Post Office. The village pub has fantastic views across the water towards Noss Mayo and the creek. The area is blessed with many walks that meander along the waterside and across the fields, while to the north Dartmoor's high tors and open spaces beckon those who love wild country. The city of Plymouth with its shops, Marine Aquarium and Barbican quayside area is just 10 miles away.


Tennis Court Access
River Views
Parking Available
Garden / Patio
Watersports Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Walking / Hiking Nearby
Golf Nearby
Shop Nearby
Stair Gate
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
High Chair
Cot / Travel Cot
DVD / Blu-ray Player
Outdoor Furniture


“The cottage was extremely clean, well equipped and comfortable. The owners were really friendly and helpful. Ample parking opposite which is a bonus in Nos Mayo. There are 2 pubs in the village which serve good food.”
— Previous guest, 1 July 2021
“Visited Noss Mayo last month. Such a stunning area and this cottage was simply beautiful. Everything has been done to a high standard and you really do not need for anything. We cannot recommend this lovely place enough. Enjoy as we did. We will return hopefully for a winter break. ”
— Previous guest, 6 November 2019
“Posted on behalf of my parents.....Wonderful cottage, tastefully furnished, overlooking the Creek at Noss Mayo. Outside decking area with sun on most of the day, perfect for an evening sun downer. Made very welcome by Linda the proprietor, thank you!”
— Previous guest, 29 May 2018


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