The Bathing House

A simple hideaway where you leave the world behind you and unwind.

Built in the 1770s, at the same time as Sharpham House, the Bathing House was created on a bend in the river, below the main House.

It has one main living room, a beautiful bedroom with balcony overlooking the River Dart, a kitchen, a bathroom, a utility room and a sofa-bed in the lounge. Outside, a patio running the whole frontage of the Bathing House overlooks the water. Guests have reported seeing amazing wildlife close up – including otters feeding on fish in the River Dart.