Located in Brixham, Devon
This smart, single-storey cottage is close to the historic harbour. In Brixham, sleeping two people in one bedroom.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Situated in picturesque Brixham, a popular resort town, where the modern marina meets quaint fishing harbour and you can watch the fishing trawlers land their catch is Monkbarns. Just yards from the South Devon Coast Path, this smart single-storey cottage comprises a neat kitchen, smart lounge/diner and bedroom with balcony from which there are views over the surrounding town and glimpses of the sea through the trees.
This cosy cottage is situated in picturesque Brixham, a popular resort, where modern marina meets quaint fishing harbour and you can still watch the trawlers landing their catch. On the edge of Brixham is Shoalstone Beach, where the outdoor seawater swimming pool, built into the rocky foreshore is always popular. In the town, there is a good selection of shops and restaurants, many offering freshly caught fish. In Brixham, just yards from the South Devon Coast Path is Monkbarns. This smart single-storey cottage comprises a neat kitchen, smart lounge/diner and bedroom with balcony from which there are views over the surrounding town and glimpses of the sea through the trees.
- Central heating
- Electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave
- Washing machine
- TV/DVD, WiFi
- Bed linen and towels included free of charge
- Off-road parking for one car
- Balcony with table and chairs
- One pet accepted
- No smoking
- Shop 1/2 mile
- Pub 1/4
- Beach 5 miles
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.