£453 average per night
Seaspray (bigbury-on-sea), Bigbury-on-sea
- Sleeps 8
- 4 Bed
- 2 Bathroom
- Children welcome
- Internet access
- Children welcome
- Pets not allowed
- No smoking
Kitchen and household
- Clothes dryer
- Washing machine
Stylish property overlooking Bigbury Bay, within walking distance of the beach at Bigbury-on-Sea, sleeping eight in four bedrooms.
Seaspray is set in an enviable location overlooking Bigbury Bay, within walking distance of the sandy beach at Bigbury-on-Sea. There are four bedrooms, including two double bedrooms with King-size beds. Two bathrooms, shower room and family bathroom with bath with hand-held shower. There is also an outside hot/cold shower. There is a well-equipped kitchen and utility room, and spacious living room with wood-burning stove. The room extends via an open archway into a conservatory dining area. To the front and side of the property is a good-sized, mature garden laid mainly to lawn. Seaspray is an ideal holiday retreat for large family or up to three couples.
Amenities: Oil fired central heating.
Fridge/freezer, Stoves hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, toaster, kettle.
TV/DVD, BT Vision.
Off road parking on private drive for two cars.
Mature garden to front and side mainly lawn, two stone terraces with table and chairs, BBQ, outside shower.
Bed linen and towels supplied
Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea?
Town: Bigbury-on-Sea is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the perfect destination for a beach holiday. Dusted with sand and lapped by shallow waters, the beach offers safe fun for groups and children, with the well-known Discovery Surf School offering surfing and stand up paddleboarding lessons for all ages and abilities. In addition, Bigbury-on-Sea beach is lined with rock pools, so there’s plenty of entertainment for budding marine biologists. Windsurfing and kite-surfing are popular here, with hire facilities located right on the beach. Offering peace of mind, there are lifeguards present at Bigbury-on-Sea beach during the summer months (May to September) and the beach also has a first-aid room. You can even take your dog onto the beach, although they are restricted to certain areas during the summer. Bigbury’s most famous landmark is Burgh Island, which overlooks the beach itself. At low tide the island is accessible on foot, when the waters reveal a causeway that links it to the beach. However, when the tide is in you can still reach the island by hitching a ride on the unique ‘sea tractor’. Burgh Island boasts an Art Deco hotel, which was the setting for a famous novel by Agatha Christie. Explore the South Devon coast with its breathtaking sandy beaches and its beautiful coastal path or simply take time to visit some of the charming estuary towns and villages dotted throughout the area, such as Salcombe, Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. The city of Plymouth and Dartmoor National Park are also both within easy driving distance.