Rosemary Cottage | Dittisham
Welcome to Rosemary Cottage
Rosemary Cottage is a holiday cottage in Dittisham on the River Dart and takes its name from the huge clumps of rosemary that tumble over the front wall of the house. This Dittisham holiday cottage stands in a private and elevated position in Manor Street which leads down to the River Dart. Rosemary Cottage is a Grade II listing building and dates from the end of the 16th and beginning of the 17th centuries and is built mainly from Devon cob.
Cottage stands in large, private gardens to the front, side and rear of the
house, of lawn, flower beds, terraces and sloping orchard. Two steps lead from
the street to the front path. A porch shelters the front door, a stable door
which in turn opens into the living room. The ceilings are low and display
original wooden beams. There is a wood-burning stove in the living room.
A few steps lead to a study area with French doors that open onto a terrace facing the river. The large kitchen/dining room has a 4-oven electric AGA and a stable door that opens to the front garden. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, a bathroom with bath/shower and WC and a utility room with stable door access to the back garden and a separate WC and handbasin.
At a glance