30 Camperdown Terrace
Located in Exmouth, Devon
30 Camperdown Terrace in Exmouth, Devon sleeps six in three bedrooms and is pet-friendly with direct access to the river beach.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 1
The living areas in this terraced house consist of a kitchen with electric oven, induction hob, combi microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, kitchen aid and TV, a living/dining room with seating for six, Smart TV and woodburning stove, there is also a snug with woodburning stove. The bedrooms consist of three king-size rooms serviced by a bathroom and shower room. Outside there is on-street parking, a nearby car park and a decked area with furniture leading to the private boardwalk with a cabin, dining area, and seating all backing onto the river beach. Within 0.5 miles there is a shop, 0.3 a pub and 0.2 a beach. One well-behaved dog is welcome, but sorry, no smoking. WiFi, fuel, power, a starter for woodburning stoves, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. 30 Camperdown Terrace is a fabulous setting for a coastal getaway in Devon. Note: Property has direct access to beach and water, children must be supervised at all times. Note: Uneven steps in garden, please take care.
Resting in the heart of the coastal paradise Exmouth in Devon is 30 Camperdown Terrace. This quirky, Victorian terraced house affords a delightful central location close to local shops, pubs, restaurants and the idyllic Exmouth Beach, it blends eclectic and beachy décor with charming character features such as original wooden doors, parquet flooring and feature fireplaces; the perfect setting for a family seeking a coastal seascape in Devon.
After a fun-filled day at the beach, cross the threshold into this wonderful abode and travel into the living/dining room where you can snuggle up on the plush sofas while the Smart TV plays and the woodburning stove crackles in the background. Gather the family around the dining table to enjoy the hearty meal the designated chef of the group has prepared in the fully-equipped kitchen; if the sun is shining venture outside to indulge in an alfresco supper. Take advantage of the unique garden which boasts a decked area with furniture and boardwalk leading to the River Exe and the overlooking garden with beach trinkets and quirky décor woven throughout. Here, you can enjoy your favourite tipple as the sun sets over the estuary.
When the sky darkens, climb the stairs where three beautifully appointed, spacious king-size bedrooms await, all furnished with ample storage and serviced by a sleek bathroom and shower room. Be sure to get some well-earned rest before another action-packed day on Devon’s coast.
30 Camperdown Terrace lies close to Exmouth Beach which is a fantastic spot for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing with the Watersports Centre and Michael Caine's new beach bar and restaurant Mickeys just over a mile away. Orcombe Point is perfect for exploring the rocks and tidal pools. Stuart Line Cruises offer a variety of boat trips around the coast, so you can sit back, relax and take in the stunning scenery. Exmouth Pavilion and The Point Bar and Grill in the town centre are both wonderful places to grab a bite to eat or a refreshing drink.
You could even venture to the city of Exeter, home to Exeter Cathedral and Heavitree Pleasure Ground; for a day of family fun, be sure to check out Belmont Park or Riverside Valley Park, and don't forget to explore the Underground Passages – a unique and must-see attraction! Crealy Adventure Park is just 10 miles away.
Explore the wonders of the Jurassic coast at the charming coastal town of Sidmouth, home to the Donkey Sanctuary, The Byes, Blackmore Gardens and Sidmouth Museum, which are all located in the town centre, making it easy to explore everything on foot.
Choose 30 Camperdown Terrace as the base for your next coastal staycation in Exmouth, Devon.
- Direct access to the beach from this property
- Three king-size bedrooms
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Kitchen with TV
- Living/dining room with woodburning stove
- Snug with woodburning stove
- Central heating with woodburning stoves
- Electric oven, induction hob, combi microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
- Smart TV, TV and WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter for the wood-burning stove are included in the rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
- On-street parking and nearby car park
- Decked area with furniture and boardwalk leading to second decked area with cabin, dining table and seating backing onto river beach
- One well-behaved dog is welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop ½ a mile, pub 300 metres, beach literally on your doorstep
- Note: Property has direct access to beach and water, children must be supervised at all times
- Note: Uneven steps in the garden and steps throughout the house, please take care
- Note: Note: No stag, hen, or similar parties
Exmouth is one of the oldest seaside towns in Devon. It is a vibrant, bustling town with its very own indoor market, a range of local shops, several pubs including the Grove, offering a range of traditional ales, great food and fantastic sea views from their garden. It has several restaurants, including a fish restaurant on the seafront, The Rockfish. Exmouth is the Gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast with miles of sandy beach, being very popular with young families. For those water enthusiasts kayaking, kite and windsurfing are just a few of the water sports available or for those wanting to take in the breathtaking views along the Jurassic Coast then the South West Coast passes here as does the Blue Plaque Heritage Trail as well as the life-size Dinosaur trail for the children. Those wishing to explore by bike you can pick up the Exe Estuary Cycle trail here to Dawlish taking in lots of Wildlife spots, cafes and shops along the way. If you fancy a relaxing way of taking in the sights of the beautiful coastline then a daily cruise is the way to go and for the nature-loving enthusiasts then Exmouth has one of the largest Nature Reserves in Devon and is wildlife hotspot for birds migrating here for the winter.