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Logistics – visiting Agatha Christie's Greenway house

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I haven't seen anything about Greenway on the UK forum, and my voluminous guidebooks and relevant websites are remarkably unhelpful. So, anyone who's visited Agatha Christie's (relatively recently opened) house Greenway, near Dartmouth (Devon), can you help?

• What is a good strategy for a June visit? We will have a car and will be in Dartmouth overnight, visiting Greenway on a Wednesday. Choices include a boat plus walk up to the house (our preferred favorite), train, drive and park (with reservation). Which is the least hassle and time-consuming? And what is the timing (how long for the boat, the walk, the visit, the return)?

• Boat website doesn't say how long the trip takes. Anyone?

• How much of a slog is it from the boat dock to the house? (They also say a jitney is operating, not sure how that works.)

From Greenway, we drive off to Plymouth. Better to drive and brave the restricted parking? Dartmouth is on the west bank of the river, Greenway on the east bank, and road to Plymouth on the west again, and there are ferries but no bridges nearby.

All advice on visit practicalities welcomed.

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