What do Emma Freud and Sir Ben Ainslie Have in Common with QuerQuay?

What do Emma Freud and Sir Ben Ainslie Have in Common with QuerQuay?

This is a fascinating article about QuerQuay and tells the story of it’s build and creation of the interiors. This article was featured in Coast Magazine June 2014.

Elements of Nature – Coast Magazine

If you have stayed in the past, have a future booking or planning one I think you will find the article fascinating. I love it when people ask us the question, ‘So how old is the house then ?’ and of course we make them guess:) The response is usually 200/300 years old and how shocked are they when we say, ’25 years’ …. one of our window cleaners nearly fell off his ladder!

And to answer the question above – Emma Freud and Sir Ben Ainslie are also featured .. so we are in good company…. creatives and adventurous.
QuerQuay, a house that many locals have a story about – taking 13 years to be built by a very creative, imaginative man with his own hands, defying conventional architectural thinking. Read Coast feature to find out more.
Beautifully and artfully placed, sinking into the woods, cliff and sitting proudly on the banks of the River Dart, Kingswear overlooking Dartmouth. Read about how we fell in love with QuerQuay and the journey of embedding ourselves into this organic house.
Drift wooding on the shore, painting and photography from the decks, working with interiors and just sitting watching the light changes, steam trains steaming past, ferries, fishing boats, yachts … this is the QuerQuay life.
Read what Interiors Photographer Richard Gadsby says about QuerQuay
 
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