Located in South Pool, Devon
This holiday home sits near Chillington in South Devon and can sleep 10 people in five bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 10
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pet Friendly: 2
Estuary House is a smart holiday cottage near to the village of Chillington in South Devon. You will find five bedrooms inside, they consist of a king-size with an en-suite, a further king-size, a double room, a twin bedroom and a bunk room, along with two family bathrooms, the property can sleep up to 10 people. The accommodation also offers two kitchens, a living/dining room with a woodburning stove and a conservatory. To the outside, find off-road parking for four cars and a garden with a terrace, a lawned garden, an orchard and a decked balcony with furniture and a barbecue. Estuary House is a thoughtfully furnished holiday home for large groups looking to explore this marvellous part of Devon.
Estuary House offers well-presented, spacious accommodation while overlooking the South Pool Creek, in the Devon village of South Pool. With idyllic coast and countryside right on your doorstep, use this homely getaway as the spot for a fun-packed retreat with family and friends. Take a set of external steps to access the property on the first floor and find a refreshing open-plan living area. Put your feet up and watch a favourite DVD among the warmth of the woodburning stove. A Bluetooth speaker can provide the background music while enjoying a tasty meal at the dining table. Alternatively, enjoy some peace and quiet in the light and bright conservatory. Head through into a modern and well-equipped kitchen, lined with smart cream units and featuring a range cooker. Also on the first floor, find 3 of 5 stunning bedrooms. The master room benefits from its own glistening en-suite, while a further king-size and a child’s bunk room enjoy access to a pristine family bathroom. Two further bedrooms rest on the ground floor, where you will also find a stylish shower room and a further kitchen for additional needs. Choose from a number of sunny spots to bask in the South Devon sunshine. Appreciate your idyllic surroundings from the glorious terrace or decked balcony. While a lovely little orchard wraps itself around the property to roam at your leisure. The award-winning Millbrook Inn sits just a short walk away, where you can enjoy a light refreshment or some tastebud-tingling food. Stroll throughout rolling landscapes or along the estuary down to the coast. The South West Coast Path stretches in both directions, leading you through simply unbeatable landscapes to admire. Discover the unique charm of Kingsbridge with its assortment of fine pubs and eateries. Salcombe is reachable with a short ferry trip from East Portlemouth. Wander the quaint harbour, past a line of pretty buildings and discover a flourish of delightful spots to eat, drink and shop. Experience the marvels of South Devon with a group of loved ones at this superb holiday base.
- Oil central heating
- Two fridges, freezer, washing machine, electric range double oven, five- ring hob, dishwasher, tumble dryer microwave, toaster, kettle
- TV with Freesat, DVD, Blue tooth speaker
- Wifi is available
- Off-road parking on private drive for up to four cars and a boat trailer
- Paved terrace with large table and chairs, private garden, decked balcony on the first floor
- A charcoal BBQ
- Bed linen and towels supplied
- Baby-friendly facilities - 2 x high chairs and travel cot - (bedding not supplied) Two well-behaved dogs permitted
South Pool is an idyllic, creekside village, surrounded by stunning countryside, offering wonderful opportunities to explore South Devon by foot, car or water. With a useful pontoon, water enthusiasts can leisurely paddleboard or kayak when the tide is in. Or, why not hire a small boat to enjoy a scenic boat ride to Salcombe, where you may even spot seals bobbing along the estuary! On cooler days, the traditional village pub, The Millbrook Inn, is perfect for indulging in a hearty feast. Visit neighbouring chocolate box towns and villages, or long stretches of beach, by visiting Frogmore (well-known for its bakery), only a five-minute drive away, or the shingle beach at Torcross, no more than a 15-minute car journey.