Alastair Sawdays Special Places to Stay – British Bed and Breakfast – 2013

“Penny and Kit are great fun and look after you well. Kit is an ex-hotelier smokes his fish and knocks out brilliant dinners. Breakfasts in the conservatory are a delight, bedrooms are big and comfortable and bathrooms sparkle. But it is the stunning position that will win your heart.” (visit the Alastair Sawday website)

Good Hotel Guide – 2013

“Up market guesthouse run by lovely hosts. The warm welcome is regularly praised and so is Kit’s tasty cooking – 2011 .     A haven of calm and good food……… – 2012″
(Read the review in the Guide)

Boutique hotel reviews

Hotel Guru – 2013

“Delightful guesthouse overlooking Dartmouth with great estuary views, and gourmet dinners offered four nights a week”
(Read the review in the Guide)

Karen Brown’s England’s Charming Bed and Breakfasts – 2013

“No need to request a room with a view. For every room offers a spectacular panorama of the sheltered harbour of Dartmouth with its castle, houses tumbleing down to the river and the yachts tugging at their moorings.”
(Read the review on their website)

The AA – 2013

“Nonsuch sits on a south facing hill in Kingswear with incomparable views over to Dartmouth and out to sea – making it a very special place to stay.    Breakfasts, with an AA Breakfast Award,  are a highlight and dinner is  of the same very high quality.    Endless possibilities for things to do or perhaps just sit on the lovely sun terrace and do nothing all day but read a good book and admire the views.”
(Read the review on the AA website)

Quintessential Bed and Breakfast – 2013

“With breathtaking views, deeply comfortable, south facing bedrooms and a conservatory and terrace upon which to contemplate the maritime activity below, Nonsuch House is a very special place to stay.”
(Read the full review on their website)


Room for Romance – 2013

“It’s a vista worth bottling to take home. Heart stopping views over the conservatory. Beautifully cared for.”

Charming Small Hotels – 2013

“Certainly a cut above the normal guesthouse. Kit’s cooking is simple yet delicious, with fresh seafood every day and an award-winning breakfast.”
(Read the review on the Charming Small Hotels website)