Located in Exmouth, Devon
Keeling is a family-friendly terraced cottage resting in Exmouth, Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
The living areas include a kitchen/diner with seating for six people, an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine, and a sitting room with a Smart TV and electric fire. The bedrooms consist of a king-size, double and bunk bed, along with a bathroom. Outside, there is a rear garden with furniture and barbecue and roadside parking. Within 0.3 miles, there is a shop, a pub within 0.2, and a beach within 0.7. Please note that this is a pet-free and non-smoking property. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Explore Devon’s renowned coast with your loved ones at 11 Halsdon Road.
Keeling is a stylish, terraced cottage close to the beach in Exmouth, Devon. With three bedrooms sleeping up to six guests, the cottage welcomes a family of six with excellent amenities, thoughtful décor and easy access to Devon's gorgeous coast.
Park up in the roadside parking and step inside where a spacious, attractive sitting room welcomes you into your home-from-home after the day's adventures; sink into the cushioned sofas, start the electric fire for added comfort and choose the evening's entertainment on the Smart TV. Follow the hard wooden floors into the kitchen/diner to set the rustic table ready for dinner, which can be rustled up in the well-equipped kitchen, complete with a washing machine and dishwasher for your convenience.
When it's time to retire, climb the stairs and pour in the bubbles for a relaxing soak in the tub, before catching your rest in one of three bedrooms; the king-size and double have been furnished with great attention to detail, whilst the bunk bed welcomes two younger guests.
Start your day with a hot cup of coffee in your own private garden to plan out the day's agenda!
Why not start it with a refreshing swim at the indoor pool in Exmouth's Leisure Centre just down the road? You'll have a range of shops, pubs and restaurants right on your doorstep, whilst Exmouth's attractions include the town's museum, a bustling promenade to stop for ice cream by the sea or take a stroll or cycle along the River Exe. For a day out on the water, Exmouth Marina is nearby offering a number of boat trips including Jurassic Coast Tours, the River Exe and guided bird watching cruises.
Ideally located for exploring East Devon, find coastal paths, swimming and windsurfing on an award-winning shoreline, including Exmouth Beach less than a mile away; Bicton Park Botanical Gardens and East Devon Golf Club are also located in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Celebrate special occasions at Lympstone Manor with its Michelin starred restaurant and visit the curious A la Ronde, a National Trust property with an interesting history.
Exmouth train station is close to 11 Halsdon Road with easy access to the cathedral city of Exeter, where there's plenty to see and do, from tours of Underground Passages and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery to the Medieval Exe Bridge.
Why not treat the whole family to Crealy Theme Park & Resort for an unforgettable day out?
However you wish to spend your holiday, choose 11 Halsdon Road for your next staycation in Devon.
- Gas central heating with electric fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
- Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power are included in the rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
- A highchair and travel cot are available on request
- Roadside parking
- Rear garden with lawn, patio, furniture and barbecue
- Secure bike storage
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 450 metres, pub 300 metres, beach just over ½ a mile
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.