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The Count House


A unique self catering cottage for two on the banks of the River Tamar


Just above the tidal waters of the River Tamar, nestled amongst the trees on the south facing bank, lies the Count House. Steeped in history and surrounded by nature, it is a peaceful riverside retreat that exudes calm and cosiness. Over the years it has had many uses, but has now been lovingly converted into a quiet and comfortable hideaway, filled with artwork, photos and books from another age. 

The Count House, a self catering cottage for two by the River Tamar
The view of the river from the cottage

• Sleeps 2

• Super king size bed

• Roll top bath 

• Towels and blankets

• Cosy country kitchen with Rayburn

• Books, binoculars and Scrabble

• Wood burner

• Wifi and mobile coverage

• Terrace with magnificent river views 

• Access to the river from the jetty

• Kayaks and paddle board

Use of sauna

• Croquet lawn


• Dog friendly

• Bikes available

• Parking

"Utterly perfect. I would like to get married all over again so I could come here on my honeymoon. The most wonderful location at any time of the year. Fabulous hosts, I really can’t recommend it enough. Relax and soak up that view..."

— November 2018

Flotsum the rowing boat on the River Tamar at high tide
Larksong, a novel by Trish Dugmore


A novel by Trish Dugmore

The story of a farming family and a small community adapting to life in the aftermath of the First World War, surviving the changes that the twentieth century brings to rural Devon.

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