Reef Cottage

Located in Appledore, Devon

Delightful cottage situated right on the waterfront overlooking the estuary in the pretty fishing village of Appledore, situated just a short drive from the large beach at Westward Ho!

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pet Friendly: 2

Description

This property sits right on the water’s edge of the estuary where the rivers Torridge and Taw meet before giving way to the Atlantic Ocean. All that the pretty village of Appledore has to offer is just a short walk away, including the shops, eateries, and the pretty village quay, from where visitors are able to choose from a number of fun and interesting boat trips, or take the ferry across to the nearby village of Instow, with its beach and yacht club. Just a few miles down-river is the harbour town of Bideford, where independent boutiques, treasure-trove antique shops, and restaurants line the narrow, cobbled streets. Two miles from Appledore is the seaside town of Westward Ho!, where visitors will find a large sandy beach, surf academy, and a well-regarded golf club.

This terraced property is accessed directly from the quiet narrow road on which it is situated. The first room that guests will come to is the spacious kitchen/diner, where there is a dining table seating six, beyond which the well-equipped kitchen offers an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, and dishwasher. French windows from the kitchen area lead out to the property’s waterfront patio, making it easy to take out food and drink to enjoy al fresco meals. One of the property’s bedrooms is located on the ground floor: a family room offering a double bed, as well as a set of bunk beds, which make it ideal for young children to share with parents. The bathroom is also on the ground floor, with its shower-over-bath, and WC. The property’s lounge is located on the first floor, in order to make the most of the impressive estuary views, there is a coal-effect gas fire, as well as a TV, DAB radio, Bluetooth and CD player should guests be able to tear their eyes away from the stunning views. The second bedroom, also located on the first floor, is a relaxing king-size room, which benefits from an en-suite shower and WC.

Outside, the property boasts a wonderful waterfront patio, where guests will find garden furniture, a BBQ, and a small stone hut which is perfect for storing outdoor equipment. As is usual for Appledore, there is no parking attached to the cottage, but there is a public pay-and-display car park just a five-minute walk away.

Facilities

  • Lovely period cottage sleeping six guests in comfort with enclosed estuary-front sun trap patio for relaxation
  • Waterfront location with views across to Crow Point
  • Located in the traditional fishing village of Appledore, a short walk to village amenities and a few miles from the local beach and the South West Coast Path
  • 2 bedrooms: 1 king size and 1 large bedroom with double and bunk beds
  • Bathroom with shower over bath and WC, en suite shower and WC to the king size room
  • Wi Fi included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer
  • Electric and heating included
  • Highchair available (guests are welcome to supply their own travel cot)
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Pay and display parking available locally
  • Shops and pubs within walking distance, beach 2 miles
  • TV/DVD, DAB radio, Bluetooth and CD player are all in the lounge

Features

Close to coast
Cot Available
Dishwasher
Family friendly
Garden
Great View
High Chair
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking
Pet Friendly
TV
Washing machine
WiFi

Location

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Area Details

Appledore

Appledore is a small fishing village in North Devon. The village celebrates its local artists. The village is full of narrow streets, many of them cobbled. Here you that will find a lot of arts and crafts shops showcasing their work. A variety of pubs and restaurants offer a large range of local seafood. The village is has a privately owned shipyard that employs a lot of the locals. The quay is often occupied by local shipping vessels and yachts. Cruises are available to go up and down the estuary. A ferry takes passengers to the pretty village of Instow which has a sheltered Sandy beach and pier. A short walk away, along the river is Bideford Bay and Westward Ho. The nearest town is Barnstaple 21 minutes away.

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