Fishermans Peep

Located in Combe Martin, Devon

Fishermans Peep rests in Combe Martin, Devon, sleeping four in one bedroom and is pet-friendly.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: No


The living areas in the property consist of a kitchen/diner with oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, and a sitting room with TV and sofa bed. There is a double bedroom and a bathroom. Outside, there is a rear garden with a lawn and pay and display parking. Within 0.1 miles, you will find a shop, a pub and the beach. One well-behaved dog is welcome, but sorry, no smoking. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. A highchair and travel cot are available. Enjoy a coastal getaway at Fishermans Peep. Note: The property is accessed via a flight of stairs.

Property Details

Tucked away in the idyllic village of Combe Martin, Devon, is this lovely first-floor apartment, Fishermans Peep. Ideally located just paces away from the beach and within the stunning surroundings of the Exmoor National Park and Dorset AONB, Fishermans Peep is a wonderful choice for couples or a family of four.

Step into your new holiday home, where you will find a light and airy double bedroom, served by a sleek bathroom, perfect for indulgent soaks in the bath or quick freshen-ups under the overhead shower after a day of exploring. Continue down the hallway to find a well-equipped kitchen, where you can rustle up tasty dishes, ready to savour at the dining table for four as you plan the following day's itinerary. After dinner, make your way into the living/dining room, where you can kick back and relax on the plush sofas, one of which converts into a sofa bed for two, and a TV, ideal for enjoying movie nights with loved ones after a day of adventure.

Your next adventure to Devon begins at Fishermans Peep.


Close to coast
Cot Available
Great View
High Chair
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Washing machine


The Seaside Apartments consists of eight well-appointed apartments across three floors, settled in the beautiful coastal village of Combe Martin, Devon. This collection offers families, friends and couples a memorable setting for their next coastal adventure, with inviting sitting areas for spending quality time with loved ones, well-equipped kitchens, sleek bathrooms and lovely bedrooms, while the surroundings enjoy close proximity to the beach and the local amenities, as well as the attractions of Combe Martin Museum, free to use swimming pools and tennis courts approximately two miles away, West Challacombe Manor, Wild Pear Beach and Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park. If you don’t fancy cooking, treat your loved ones to a bite to eat at the welcoming eateries of The Castle Inn, George & Dragon, and The Dolphin Inn Bar & Bistro. Continue onto Ilfracombe, where you will find the attractions of The Ilfracombe Aquarium, Ilfracombe Harbour, The Landmark Theatre, Capstone Hill, Fishing trips, and ferry trips to Lundy Island and Ilfracombe Museum. Further afield, you’ll find Woolacombe, where you can spend a day on Woolacombe Beach, learn to surf at Hunter Surf School, picnic in Woolly’s Park or enjoy the delights of Funder Island. A trip to Devon’s coast doesn’t get much better than with a stay at The Seaside Apartments.


Area Details

Combe Martin

Combe Martin exemplifies the best of both worlds lying on the edge of Exmoor National Park and the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty while being on the popular North Devon coast. It is home to Combe Martin Beach, a sandy sheltered beach with some rocks to one side that is perfect for rockpooling that accepts pets between October and April. For a bit more seclusion take a 2km walk (steep in places) to Wild Pear Beach a very pretty cove protected by cliffs with more golden sands to enjoy. A visit to Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur is a must, set in beautiful surroundings with streams and waterfalls with a diverse collection of animals including meerkats, wolves, triceratops and brachiosaurus! No fewer than 10 gardens are within travelling distance as well as a host of National Trust properties you may need to stay an extra week to take everything in.

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