14 Lyme Mews

Located in Seaton, Devon

This delightful cottage rests in Seaton, East Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pet Friendly: 1


14 Lyme Mews is a lovely cottage situated in Seaton, East Devon. Set across three floors, the property hosts three bedrooms: one first-floor double, one second-floor double and twin, sleeping a total of six guests with a family shower room. It has an open-plan fitted kitchen/diner, as well as a first-floor sitting room with a Juliet balcony. Discover a conservatory and snug area on the ground-floor. Outside provides an enclosed garden, as well as private parking for one car. 14 Lyme Mews is a wonderful choice for a family break to the coast of Devon.

Property Details

Nestled in the coastal town of Seaton, in East Devon, is this delightful three-storey property, 14 Lyme Mews which has views out to sea from three rooms. Internally, the cottage has been refurbished by the owners to provide a light and welcoming accommodation. Drop your coats and muddy boots by the front door and step into the lovely snug room, where you can get some quiet time to catch up on some reading. Walk through to the open-plan kitchen/diner which has a lovely set of modern white units and sleek granite effect worktops, housing a range of appliances to cook up some delicious meals. There is a dining area with seating for six and makes for the perfect spot to enjoy a home-cooked meal or bring some board games from home for those quieter evening and enjoy a family game. The first-floor is home to a lovely sitting room where you can unwind into the evening with delightful views from the Juliet balcony. Choose between a first-floor double or a second-floor double or twin, offering quality bed linens and a set of furniture for storing your personal items. Seaton is an excellent coastal town to use as your base, as it gives access to a number of pubs if you don't fancy cooking one evening, as well as some independent shops for picking up those last-minute essentials. Venture towards Seaton Jurassic where you can get involved with a range of activities taking you on a journey back 200 million years ago, something you and your little ones will delight in. The Seaton Tramway gives the perfect tour of the stunning Jurassic coastline and an abundance of wildlife and two nature reserves to spot along the way. For a spot of history, venture towards the Beer Quarry Caves which have been linked to an underground cathedral. Also nearby are Beer and Seaton beaches, ideal for family days out to the coast. Discover the beautiful marshland of the Seaton Wetlands, where you can explore the five bird hides and get up to some fishing at the River Axe. Further afield is the East Devon AONB, popular for a range of activities such as walking, cycling, horse riding and kayaking. 14 Lyme Mews is the perfect holiday home for making memories that will last.


  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD player and WiFi
  • Cot available on request
  • Fuel and power inc in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc in rent
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Enclosed rear patio
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0
  • 2 miles
  • Golf course nearby


Close to coast
Cot Available
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking
Pet Friendly
Pets Go Free
Rural Location
Washing machine



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Area Details


Seaton is a seaside and fishing village sandwiched between Axmouth 20 minutes away, and Beer 5 minutes away in opposite directions. Seaton beach is the longest shingle beach in Devon, stretching over a mile long and overlooking Lyme Bay. The beach is gently sloping so is great for all watersports and swimming. Running the length of the beach is the esplanade leading to the town at 1 end and the cafe at the other end. The town has a variety of sops including the Co-op and several pubs, The Malthouse is dog friendly and even offers dog biscuits for good behaviour! Seaton Tramway can be picked up here and takes you alongside the River Axe estuary and through 2 nature reserves. There are many walks to be taken along the coastline to soak in the wonderful views and countryside, For those who like a challenge, there is a Seaton to Lyme Regis walk through the undercliffs, this is uneven ground and often slippery and is not a short walk but the scenery soon makes up for this. A short walk or drive away is the village of Beer. The beach here is a sheltered bay with a pebble beach and there are several cafes and pubs which are dog friendly. Pecorama in Beer is a great day out for the children with indoor and outdoor areas, crazy golf and a miniature model railway to ride on.

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