2 Ella Mews
Located in Hallsands, Devon
This smart reverse-level mews house is situated in the Prospect House development in the cliff top Devon village of Hallsands and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
2 Ella Mews is an attached mews house in the Prospect House development on cliffs in the Devon coastal village of Hallsands. The house sleeps six people in three downstairs bedrooms, a double, a twin with balcony, and a double with balcony and en suite shower room, plus a family bathroom. On the first floor is an open plan living space with seating area, dining area, kitchen, balustrades and amazing views to Start Point and Dartmouth. Outside is an enclosed terrace shared with another cottage with own seating area, as well as reserved parking for one car and communal gardens with seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court. With its brilliant sea views and access to the Coast Path, 2 Ella Mews is an ideal spot for a relaxing holiday by the sea in Devon.
This ‘upside down’ mews house is one of two attached to Prospect House, an award-winning development of 16 holiday homes converted from an historic hotel on the cliffs above Hallsands. With amazing sea views and masses of space and sunshine, this is wonderful and memorable accommodation for older families and couples. From the hall, head upstairs to the open plan living space, all comfortable and beautifully equipped and with three doors to throw open to full-height balustrades on a fine day. You will find the three comfortable bedrooms downstairs, two with doors leading to a balcony. Outside, the open communal space to front and rear is charming, with a shared seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court. The enclosed terrace which faces the sea has an enclosed sitting-out area with table and chairs for each of these two mews cottages. At the back, you can relax in the gated garden above the pool. Wander down to the viewing platform which poignantly illustrates how the original village of Hallsands was reduced to rubble by the waves on a stormy night in 1917. From here, you can head in either direction along the spectacular South West Coast Path to the shingle beach or to the little seaside village of Beesands with its amazing fresh fish and chips café and the excellent pub where Mick Jagger incongruously gave his first public performance as a teenager. For fans of retail treats, the little streets of Salcombe and Kingsbridge offer boutique shops where you can browse for hours. 2 Ella Mews is a unique and stunning destination on a dramatic and beautiful stretch of the South Hams coast.
Hallsands is made up of two small villages on the South Devon Coast, North Hallsands and South Hallsands. Part of the popular South Hams area it also lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hallsands Beach is a pretty stretch of shingle beach and it is possible to walk to Beesands Beach at low tide which is 1 mile in length. Much of the clifftop land in the area is owned by the National Trust and is a haven for birds and walkers with the South West Coast Path passing through the area. Lots to explore in the area including Blackpool Sands, Slapton Beach, Salcombe and Kingsbridge with all they have to offer and East Prawle, the most southerly point in Devon.