Located in Brixham, Devon
This wonderful stone cottage rests in Brixham, Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
Compass Point is a wonderful stone cottage situated in the heart of Brixham, Devon. Boasting a reverse-level accommodation, this property has a ground-floor king-size and twin, and a first-floor double, sleeping a total of six guests with a wet room and cloakroom. The first floor has a kitchen/diner and a sitting room. Outside there is a garden area with bench, as well as roadside parking on a first-come, first-served basis. Compass Point is a delightful base for exploring the very best of the South Devon coast.
Set in the seaside town of Brixham, within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is this charming stone cottage, Compass Point. The property is a short walk down to the harbour and is well-appointed with a spacious and inviting feel, well-suited to families and friends looking to explore the wonderful region of South Devon. Boasting a fusion of contemporary and characterful accommodation, this welcoming retreat has a reverse-level layout with two ground-floor bedrooms greeting you the moment you step through the door. You will find a spacious twin room and a master king-size bedroom benefitting from its own en-suite shower room, whilst the remaining bedrooms share a ground-floor wet room with a bath and an open shower inside. Follow the steps up to the first floor where you will find a handy cloakroom with a WC, as well as a double bedroom. Walkthrough to the kitchen/diner which features stunning granite worktops and charcoal units, housing all the necessary appliances for cooking up a storm, whilst the large dining table provides plenty of space for a family gathering. You will find a lovely sitting room adjacent to the kitchen with a large bay window overlooking Brixham town and its picturesque harbour, giving you the sense of a truly remarkable seaside escape. The town centre of Brixham has a selection of pubs and restaurants for sampling some fine local cuisines for those evenings you don't fancy cooking. A short drive away is the Churston Golf Course where keen sports enthusiasts can enjoy a friendly game, with courses to suit those of all skill level. Explore the beautiful South Devon AONB and even join the South West Coast Path for picturesque views and sightseeing opportunities. If it's a spot of history you're looking for the National Trust property of Coleton Fishacre House rests within 24-acres of landscaped gardens. Further afield are the charming towns of Paignton and Torquay which offer a wide range of tourist attractions, with animal lovers delighting in exploring the Paignton Zoo Environmental Park which has over 2000 animals to see. The Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves are perfect for history lovers and even has kid's activities. Other attractions including Living Coasts zoo and sea life aquarium, Babbacombe Model Village and the Torre Abbey Museum. Compass Point is a charming location for a much-needed break in a coastal location.
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, hot tap, Smart TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Roadside parking on a first-come, first-served basis
- Garden area with bench
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 0
- 3 miles and pub 0
- 4 miles
- Please note: Check-in is from 4pm
- Please note: Children must be supervised in the garden at all times due to the drop-down at the edge of the garden wall
- Please note: There are steps leading up to the front door, so may not be suitable for the less mobile
Brixham is a beautiful harbourside town on the South Devon coast on the English Riviera. Brixham has a rich maritime history and a full-size replica of the Golden Hind can be found in the Inner Harbour. A short walk further on takes you to the Brixham Battery Heritage Centre with magnificent panoramic views across the bay or find out more at the Brixham Heritage Museum.
There are regular ferry trips to Paignton and Torquay or you can book a wildlife sea-fari or a fishing trip. The area is great for learning to sail which can be done at the Torbay Sea School or crew the 78-foot heritage sailing ketch for a morning, afternoon or evening sailing trip. There are a number of festivals throughout the year including the popular Pirate Festival which attracts thousands of visitors. For relaxation, it is hard to beat Breakwater Beach, an award-winning Blue Flag beach close to the mouth of the harbour.