Located in Ilfracombe, Devon
This cottage is located in the village of Ilfracombe near Barnstaple, and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Harbours Loft is a characterful top floor apartment situated in the village of Ilfracombe in Devon. Hosting two bedrooms; a double, and a room with adult bunks, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to three people. Inside you will also find a kitchen, and an open-plan lounge/diner. Local parking in public car park. Resting in a lovely location with pleasant views, Harbours Loft is a relaxing retreat in a desirable part of England.
A contemporary top floor apartment, just one minute's walk to the beach and harbour. The property has far-reaching sea and harbour views, in the village of Ilfracombe. It is situated on the historical Fore Street, renowned for its Michelin Star and Michelin Guide restaurants. Well-suited for a small family or couples, this sleek and neutrally designed accommodation promises a characterful stay all-year-round. Light and airy, with a quality finish, you will be welcomed by a staircase leading up to a bright landing with Capstone Hill views. This opens onto to a dual-aspect open-plan lounge, with its sumptuous corner sofa. A charming dining table is situated next to the window, where you can look out towards the statue Verity, enjoying sea and harbour views over the rooftops with beautiful sunrise vistas. The contemporary kitchen boasts an immaculate grey overtone, perfect for preparing those appetising meals before wandering back into the sitting room and enjoying a cosy evening in. Continue around the property to discover the bijou bathroom, a classic all-white suite that ensures a lovely start to the morning. This is of course after embracing a peaceful night's sleep in one of the beautiful bedrooms, featuring a soothing double laced in whites and blues, along with a twin looking out over the village with views toward the harbour and Hillsborough hill over the rooftops. Ilfracombe is only a ten-minute drive from Exmoor National Park, with its rolling countryside and quaint villages. Ilfracombe's heritage harbour and quay are impressive, with many pubs, restaurants and shops to explore, boasting a lively, friendly atmosphere and regular live music. Just a few miles away is the long golden beach of Woolacombe Bay, a place to relax in the sun or catch some waves surfing. You will be spoilt for choice in this enticing, centrally located apartment.
- Electric panel heaters
- Electric oven, hob and grill, microwave, fridge with freezer box, washer/dryer, Dolce Gusto coffee machine, hairdryer, TV with Freeview, WiFi, USB ports in every room, selection of books and games
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Stairgate, travel cot and highchair
- Parking in a public car park to the rear of the property, roadside parking for unloading only
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 1/4 mile
- Note: Four flights of stairs lead up to property entrance making it unsuitable for people with limited mobility
Ilfracombe is a picturesque harbour town on the North Devon coast with a reputation as being the culinary and cultural hub of the area. With the 20m high Damien Hirst sculpture Verity overlooking the water (Ilfracombe is Hirst's home town) and a collection of local galleries featuring both local and international artists. There are plenty of great restaurants to try in Fore Street and around the Harbour serving locally sourced food and catering for all tastes and budgets. Booking ahead is recommended especially for restaurants such as The Olive Room.
Lots to do and see in the area including the Tunnels Beaches, Watermouth Family Theme Park and Castle with a great mix of children's activities that appeal to all ages or take a tour of haunted Chambercombe Manor. Visit the award-winning Aquarium to take in a fascinating insight into the marine life of the area or discover the history of the area at Ilfracombe Museum. The scenery is stunning and can be enjoyed along the South West Coast Path with views across the Bristol Channel.