17 Burgh Island Causeway
Located in Bigbury-on-sea, Devon
This stunning beachside apartment is situated in the South Devon seaside village of Bigbury-on-Sea and can sleep seven people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 5
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
Apartment 17 is a stunning first floor, corner beachside apartment situated 20 yards from the lovely sandy beach in the Devon coastal village of Bigbury-on-Sea. The apartment sleeps seven people in two en suite bedrooms, a double with a single divan and a twin, plus sofa bed in the living area. On the same level is an open plan living space with fantastic sea views, seating area, dining area, fitted kitchen and big glazed doors to a huge terrace with outdoor furniture, lounger and gas barbecue. Within the same building are shared leisure facilities, an indoor swimming pool, sauna and gym, all free of charge, and a smart bar/restaurant. Outside is off road parking in a reserved parking space for one car. Positioned beside an excellent beach and with amazing views of the sea, beach and Burgh Island, Apartment 17 is a very special place for a Devon break on the coast.
Apartment 17 is a first-floor corner apartment, in prime position with the fabulous views to south and west and big glass doors opening to a the biggest balcony with outdoor furniture, lounger and gas barbecue. The bright, stylish open plan living space is furnished in oak with oak floor, cool colours, sofas on which to relax and watch TV, a sofa bed and fitted kitchen area. To the rear are the en suite bedrooms with sea views, comfortable and quiet. With the beach so handy and the leisure centre and restaurant/bar to enjoy, this is an ideal coastal holiday location.
The small hamlet of Bigbury-on-Sea is another perfect location for seaside holidays located in the South Hams area in South Devon. The beach offers everything you could ever desire for the perfect day by the sea including safe swimming with seasonal lifeguards (May to September) and shallow waters. The beach is very spacious and has disabled access. At low tide, you can take a walk over to Burgh Island or if you can't wait take a trip over on the famous sea tractor and discover the Art Deco Burgh Island Hotel, the links with Agatha Christie and its history of pirates and smugglers. A great area for rockpooling this area is a big hit for kids of all ages.
The facilities are equally good with two car parks, clean toilets and even showers for the surfers and bathers. The Discover Surf School offers surf lessons for beginners and intermediates and they also offer windsurfing and kitesurfing. The Venus Café has a variety of food and drinks options including the all-important ice cream and there is even a beach barista. A pub is also available on Burgh Island. Dogs are allowed on one side of the beach and there are dog bowls and water available for them as well.
Plenty of holiday accommodation directly at Bigbury-on-Sea, many with sea views and just a couple of minutes walk to the beach with further great options in the surrounding villages.