The Dolphin Inn
JUNE 16 NOW UNDER NEW TENANCY
Craig & Leah Worthington have taken up the challenge of running our village pub, providing bed and breakfast in the village centre.
The Dolphin is well known for good food with a varied menu for both lunch and dinner, now with the addition of afternoon cream teas, dogs and children welcome in the garden. booking advisable as the kitchen is small and the food is good.
Tel: 01548 810314 Postcode: TQ7 4QEThe Dolphin Inn supports the Purple Angel, the global symbol of Dementia Awareness.
|There are also a number of self catering cottages to let in Kingston, most handled through agents.|
|The Coach House, Kingston is a lovely old coach house, recently converted to a very high standard, providing a lovely base for 2 people to explore this fantastic part of South Devon. Situated in the coastal village of Kingston and just a mile from the sea, coast and beaches. The wilderness of Dartmoor is just a 20 minute drive away - giving you a fantastic choice of walks and cycle routes nearby, as well as water sports!
The cottage is totally detached and has its own private garden overlooking the fields behind. There is a double bedroom and bathroom (bath with shower over) downstairs. Upstairs is a light and airy open plan living (with woodburner) and kitchen room and a utility room - handy for coats and boots!
Prices are from £250 to £400 a week (fully inclusive of all heating, power, bed linen and towels) depending on the time of year.
|Helpful Holidays, one of the leading holiday home specialists in the West Country, has eight holiday cottages in Kingston. A Devon based, family run business, they are advocates for holidaymakers with a "tell it like it is" ethos, offering straightforward advice for people wanting self-catering holidays in the West Country. Their knowledgeable telephone team has first-hand experience of all eight properties in Kingston to help guide you to your perfect holiday home.
Tel: 01647 433593 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
are a well-established family run holiday cottage letting agency, with over 22 years unrivalled experience for providing self catering cottages in Devon for visitors looking for high quality accommodation in the South Hams. Our properties are chosen for their character and must possess that “certain something special” along with good quality, home from home accommodation. Many properties welcome dogs and have internet broadband.
We have several wonderful holiday properties in the delightful village of Kingston including a large, detached and very comfortable family home, with an acre of spacious gardens, doorstep walks to the beach and the nearby coastal path and a pub around the corner. Sleeps 9, but also priced for lesser number of people.
We also have a delightful, small and comfortably furnished 2 bedroomed cottage with a wood-burning stove situated off a quiet lane, a pleasant stroll from a well-known pub.
Perhaps you would prefer our classic, detached, thatched chocolate-box 17th century Grade II Listed cottage. Sleeps 6 but also priced for couples.
How about part of a lovely and very large secluded stone property situated in a small hamlet just over a mile from the village and set in beautiful, peaceful, informal grounds of 6 acres with a lake. Excellent value for a couple.
Click this link to go directly into these properties and why not book a cottage break, romantic getaway or family holiday on line. Alternatively telephone our proficient and cheerful team based here in Kingsbridge in South Devon who will be sure to give you a personal and welcoming service. Tel: 01548 853089
|There is a wide range of other accommodation nearby, from hotels in Kingsbridge, to pubs in Modbury, the nearest small town, and farmhouse B & Bs. |
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|Kingston residents display an extraordinary range of talents. Many are given freely to the benefit of the community when common needs arise. However, all are also available at a price and everyone is encouraged to use local tradespeople to keep our economy thriving. You could learn to play the clarinet, hire a jazz musician, order a fabulous cake or a complete dinner for two. How about buying an unique fused glass picture from a well known local artist? Do you need your garden sorting out, require home care or help with minor legal issues? It is all possible in Kingston. Just click on the Directory of Trades and Skills above.|
|Carole Rolfe at Smashing Glass Carole is an artist in fused glass pictures. She creates ''expressive, intuitive glass that contains overtones of drama, movement and the natural harmonies found in nature. There are visual links to Art Nouveau as glass lends itself to sensual organic forms'' . Carole's intention is to display glass and its purity of colour at its best. Her exciting and unpredictable technique is an ancient process used by the Romans and revived by the Victorians, but with a contemporary twist. Even Carole does not quite know what will finally emerge from the kiln. See details via the link above and read an article on one of Carole's commissions under 'Diary Articles' September16th 2011. |
Anne's Wonwell Nursery, Wonwell Court Farm est.1996 ( specialising in bedding plants with a small selection of perennials house plants etc. Sundries also available eg compost, bamboo canes). A selection of plants are also available at the Tuesday Morning Market. Normally open every weekend in May from 10-12noon.Other times by appointment only.
|Scobbiscombe Farm Produce have a freezer full of of LAMB and BEEF from animals that have been out grazing in the fields at Scobbiscombe as well as home reared SAUSAGES, BACON AND HAMS. No Christmas lunch in Kingston would be without a bronze free range Walters Christmas Turkey , traditionally reared and prepared in the time honoured way to give a moist, flavoursome meat. Walters Turkeys meet the Golden Promise standard with welfare a top priority.|
For further information or to order please ring the Walters family at Scobbiscombe Farm, Kingston. 01548 810259, go online at http://www.turkeysfromdevon.co.uk/ or drop into the Tuesday Morning Market held in the Reading Room between 10-12noon. Potatoes and eggs also available.
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