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Old 28 September 2004, 05:22   #1
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Visiting Salcombe

Planing to visit Salcombe for a week in may next year. Two families (10 people), two boats. Anyone got any recommendations on self catering places to stay?

Launch or moor the boats?

Any houses with moorings?

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Old 28 September 2004, 05:41   #2
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Have you had a look at these?

http://www.coastandcountry.co.uk/

http://www.salcombe.com/

Have stayed at the Salcombe for the last 2 years which is gust great!
You get your own pontoon swimming pool & the Ferry Pub is next door!
Only drawer back is the pontoon is limited to 5M boats, but great for our sib/tender!
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There are houseboats as well - and you can moor your boat alongside - you get a boat to go ashore as well! Give me a call if you want to know more - 07836 268747
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Have stayed at the Salcombe for the last 2 years which is gust great!
You get your own pontoon swimming pool & the Ferry Pub is next door!
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Nick, where's that then?

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It is "The Salcombe"
http://www.salcombe.com/property.asp?fldpropID=4
Prompted by your self we have just given both Country Cottages & Salcombe Holiday Homes & its not looking good re availability!
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Don't want to hijack this thread but would be very interested in anyones experiences or recommendations of any UK holiday accomadation with moorings. Maybe this would be a suitable candidate for a FAQ "where can I take my RIB for its holiday"
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A couple of years ago we rented Lincombe farm. It's not actually a working farm any more as they've sold off the land, but it is a wonderful house in a beautiful, tranquil setting.

Lincombe is on the left, just before Salcombe as you come in from Marlborough and there is a boatyard down in Lincombe creek. There is a pontoon which dries out to extensive mud and a slipway but the access lanes are very narrow. These should be OK for a 5m rib as long as you don't have to reverse !

The house is beautifully furnished and has an extensive library of military & naval history (The owner is ex-RN) Huge rustic type kitchen with an Aga and at least 4 bedrooms, maybe 5 (Can't remember, ain't that sad)

From memory, (again very poor) rent was around £ 1,400 per week and imho the house is big enough to comfortably accommodate two families.

Used to cycle up the steep hill and out onto Snapes Point early in the morning with the dog for fabulous views down the estuary, while the fishermen were just setting out for their day's endeavours from Batson. The dog had the time of his life and would love to go back !

Don't know if the owners are planning to rent in 2005, but I do have contact details if anybody is seriously interested.

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its not looking good re availability!
There aren't many available!

There are two very pleasant self catering properties at East Portlemouth... one is the 5th down here, I can't find the other at the moment... http://www.kingsbridgeinfo.co.uk/sel...tallington.htm
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Thanks for all the good information - really helpful.

Whiteshoes - thanks for that. Sounds lovely and certainly a consideration. May well be in touch.

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Rich, hope your plans are going OK. The South Hams is a beautiful area (I was lucky enough to grow up there!). You may find this website useful: http://www.salcombeinformation.co.uk/

Have a great holiday in May and don't forget your camera!!
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Rich, found anther one for you may be a bit far out!
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http://www.parkfarmbythewater.co.uk/...0Accommodation
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Rich, found anther one for you may be a bit far out!
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http://www.parkfarmbythewater.co.uk/...0Accommodation
Thanks! We looked at that one, but thanks to the tides not worth mooring a powerboat there and too far out to be of benefit otherwise.

Still looking around, most likely will moor the boat in the harbour I would think - but I'd like to stay close by. Most are already booked by the regulars.

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Have you tried the house boat holidays yet?
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Have you tried the house boat holidays yet?
Missed a call back from them. Need to chase. The only thing with that is safety. The family we are going with has a 3 year old.

I wonder how insurance works too.....

Thanks again - good option.
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Hi Rich,

Not too sure about the kid, a bit risky as you can imagine not much deck space to run around on, just padlock a life jacket to him with a retractable bungy!! Perfect location, just imagine getting up in the morning after a good nights sleep gently rocking (hopefully ) turn the key and off you go

What sort of price is the group up for? Might be able to recommend a few places, trouble is vacancy!! Also location, you may have to travel a few miles to get to Salcombe..

On the other end of the scale www.sun-park.co.uk.

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Try www.toadhallcottages.co.uk

Several properties,

Rosario in East Prawle
Good location, east side of the estuary, approx 20 min walk.

Cormill & Eastern Court in Kingsbridge
Not sure of location, but you could arrange to moor the boats in kingsbridge, only problem is that you will be high and dry at quarter tide. Or arrange boat to be left in salcombe/trailer it everyday?

Farthingfield in Southpool
Good location, but again will be mud at quarter tide!!

If you arrange the week at the right tide, you should be able to get everywhere up and down the estuary at the right times.

Hope this is of some help.

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If you arrange the week at the right tide, you should be able to get everywhere up and down the estuary at the right times.
Hi Joe - Is it possible to establish the tide that far ahead? (May next year). Sent you a PM BTW.

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Hi Joe - Is it possible to establish the tide that far ahead? (May next year). Sent you a PM BTW.

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Salcombe

Sunday, 01 May 2005

05:47 1.8m
18:15 2.0m

Monday, 02 May 2005

00:43 4.3m
07:10 2.0m
13:36 4.0m
19:42 2.1m

Tuesday, 03 May 2005

02:10 4.3m
08:38 1.9m
15:06 4.1m
21:09 2.0m

Wednesday, 04 May 2005

03:30 4.4m
09:51 1.7m
16:16 4.3m
22:16 1.8m

Thursday, 05 May 2005

04:34 4.6m
10:48 1.4m
17:11 4.6m
23:10 1.5m

Friday, 06 May 2005

05:26 4.8m
11:34 1.1m
17:56 4.8m
23:54 1.2m

Saturday, 07 May 2005

06:10 4.9m
12:15 1.0m
18:36 5.0m

Sunday, 08 May 2005

00:34 1.0m
06:50 5.0m
12:52 0.9m
19:12 5.1m

Monday, 09 May 2005

01:10 0.9m
07:26 5.0m
13:27 0.9m
19:46 5.1m

Tuesday, 10 May 2005

01:46 1.0m
08:01 4.9m
14:00 1.0m
20:19 5.0m

Wednesday, 11 May 2005

02:19 1.1m
08:34 4.8m
14:33 1.1m
20:51 4.9m

Thursday, 12 May 2005

02:54 1.3m
09:08 4.6m
15:07 1.4m
21:25 4.7m

Friday, 13 May 2005

03:31 1.5m
09:43 4.4m
15:43 1.6m
22:01 4.5m

Saturday, 14 May 2005

04:10 1.8m
10:22 4.2m
16:23 1.9m
22:42 4.3m

Sunday, 15 May 2005

04:57 2.0m
11:10 4.0m
17:10 2.2m
23:32 4.2m

Monday, 16 May 2005

05:53 2.2m
12:10 3.8m
18:12 2.3m

Tuesday, 17 May 2005

00:37 4.0m
07:05 2.3m
13:26 3.8m
19:27 2.4m

Wednesday, 18 May 2005

01:49 4.0m
08:18 2.2m
14:41 3.9m
20:41 2.3m

Thursday, 19 May 2005

03:00 4.1m
09:23 2.0m
15:45 4.1m
21:43 2.1m

Friday, 20 May 2005

03:59 4.3m
10:15 1.7m
16:36 4.3m
22:35 1.8m

Saturday, 21 May 2005

04:50 4.6m
11:00 1.4m
17:21 4.6m
23:19 1.5m

Sunday, 22 May 2005

05:35 4.8m
11:41 1.2m
18:03 4.8m

Monday, 23 May 2005

00:01 1.2m
06:18 4.9m
12:22 0.9m
18:44 5.0m

Tuesday, 24 May 2005

00:44 0.9m
07:02 5.0m
13:04 0.8m
19:26 5.2m

Wednesday, 25 May 2005

01:27 0.8m
07:46 5.1m
13:47 0.8m
20:09 5.2m

Thursday, 26 May 2005

02:12 0.8m
08:30 5.0m
14:30 0.9m
20:53 5.2m

Friday, 27 May 2005

02:58 0.9m
09:17 4.9m
15:17 1.0m
21:40 5.1m

Saturday, 28 May 2005

03:49 1.1m
10:08 4.7m
16:08 1.3m
22:31 4.9m

Sunday, 29 May 2005

04:44 1.4m
11:03 4.5m
17:04 1.6m
23:28 4.7m

Monday, 30 May 2005

05:46 1.6m
12:08 4.3m
18:11 1.8m

Tuesday, 31 May 2005

00:35 4.5m
06:57 1.7m
13:22 4.2m
19:24 1.9m



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