The Devon Holiday House
Luxury Devon holiday house by the beach with stunning panoramic sea views.
Available for rent for the first time, ‘Seaview’ is a large and luxurious Devon holiday house, less than five minutes walk from acres of beautiful sandy beach, recommended for its excellent water quality in the 2012 Good Beach Guide.
Located in a UK Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the South facing house and garden feature stunning panoramic views of Bigbury Bay, the Avon Estuary and Bigbury / Bantham beaches which are famous for surfing and every kind of watersport, with equipment available for hire on the beach. The house is only a few minutes walk away from restaurants, pub, local store and Burgh Island.
Its fun to drive along the scenic road (flooded at high tide!) up the River Avon, well known for its birdlife and kayaking. Close by there are attractive cliff top and coastal walks, as well as other beaches and coves for fishing, with sailing and boating at nearby Salcombe and Dartmouth and golf at the beautiful 18 hole Bigbury course a five minute drive away.
The main house and self-contained annexe have been lovingly rebuilt internally, featuring 5/6 bedrooms, five marbled bathrooms and a large open plan ground floor with ultra modern kitchen, dining area and lounge with panoramic views across the beaches and estuary. Sorry No Pets, No Smoking. The house also provides Wifi internet access, Sky&HD, unlimited streamed LoveFilm library, home cinema projector and screen with 7.1 surround sound.
The large south facing, landscaped and secluded garden with magnificent views includes several terraces with both a Weber Gas and a Charcoal BBQ, a dining table and seating for 8 as well as loungers and reclining chairs with cushions.
Please note that young children need to be supervised in the garden as there are two unfenced terraces in the garden with a one metre drop down and several open steps down to the garden from the house.
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This page was last updated: 07 November 2012