We have plenty of availability during October. We are then closed from 1st Nov until 1st March 2017 for the winter. Booking is open for next year, please book unsing the calender on the website.
Booking through our website rather than third party websites will always get you the lowest price, the best choice of rooms and the most up to date availability. Remember not all our rooms or dates are available on other websites.
Kaywana Hall is a luxury bed & breakfast situated in Kingswear, just across the estuary from Dartmouth. The original 1960’s house was recently demolished and rebuilt in a modern contemporary style by a local architect Stan Bolt. The house sits in its own twelve acres of woodland and is a peaceful oasis away from the bustle of Dartmouth and the river; however it is a short walk to the ferries for Dartmouth.
We have four beautiful rooms, Beech which overlooks the pool. Oak and Ash sit at the back of the house with woodland views. The Roundhouse has woodland views with a particularly luxurious bathroom. The rooms all have the same facilties, with separate entrances, decks and mini fridges. All bathrooms have separate showers and baths.
We have plenty of parking and for the summer months a heated outdoor pool. you are guaranteed peace and quiet, no children or animals!
Luxurious beds normally found in the best five star hotels, quality linen and fluffy towels, a private outdoor seating area, wide screen television, free WiFi internet access and an iPod docking station to name just a few of the luxuries on offer... Read more.
Find out more about this amazing building, now a luxury bed & breakfast. Built in 1962 it was one of only five Devon "butterfly houses" with its distinctive butterfly-shaped roof. Neglected Kaywana Hall was in need of some TLC. Only eighteen months later it was ours... Read more
Take a stroll around the town’s narrow streets and explore the winding streets and intriguing medieval buildings such as The Butterwalk, a timber framed arcade built in the early 1600s, although damaged by bombs during the Second World War it has now been restored... Read more