Located in Mortehoe, Devon
This semi-detached cottage is the village of Mortehoe in Devon can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pet Friendly: No
Seal Cottage is a charming semi-detached cottage with sea views in the village of Mortehoe in North Devon. It can sleep six people in its three bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, and also has one family bathroom. Downstairs there is a kitchen and an open-plan sitting room with dining area. Outside there is an enclosed garden at the rear and patio space at the front, both with furniture. There is parking available close to the property.
Seal Cottage is a beautifully decorated property with fantastic views and in an ideal location, perfect for friends or a family wanting to experience the joys of North Devon.
This semi-detached cottage lies in the tranquil village of Mortehoe, on the North Devon Coast and offers picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a lovely property decorated to an incredibly high standard and provides a relaxing base for families or a group of friends who are looking to enjoy North Devon. Upon stepping into this homely property, you will find the sitting room on your right; this spacious room has a dining area to the rear and a cosy sitting space with wood burner towards the front. A large bay window floods the room with light and thanks to the cottage's elevated location, gifts the room with excellent views over the village of Mortehoe and the Atlantic Ocean behind it. Through a door is the contemporary kitchen, featuring all the necessary appliances and decorated in a tasteful mix of grey tones. A door leads out from the kitchen into an enclosed patio garden with furniture. This sun trap is the perfect setting for sitting out and enjoying a home-cooked meal in the relaxing afternoon sun. Upstairs there are three elegant bedrooms, and a modern family bathroom. The master bedroom is a spacious affair, offering a comfortable king-size bed, a luxurious en-suite with double walk-in shower and two windows boasting commanding sea views. The second bedroom has an indulgent super king-size bed that can be separated into two single beds and a en-suite shower room. Down the hall is the third bedroom that has a king-size bed. At the front of the property there is a small terrace area with seating that overlooks the village and sea beyond, a lovely spot for your morning coffee and a wonderful place to enjoy the evening sunset. The village of Mortehoe is a sleepy settlement of cottages with a small selection of pubs and shops only a five minute walk away. The lovely Grunta beach is only half a mile walk from Seal Cottage, which is accessed via steps. Just a mile away is the laid-back village of Woolacombe, offering a bustling atmosphere, a Blue flag rated beach as well as a number of shops and eateries. Seal Cottage is an elegant base in a fantastic location, perfect for those looking for beautiful beaches, pretty villages and plenty of walking opportunities.
- Gas heating with wood burner
- Electric cooker and gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave
- Smart TV with Freeview, WiFi, DVD player, Bluetooth speakers, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Enclosed patio to the back of the property with garden furniture and seating at front with sea views
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Two car parking spaces are available across a quiet lane, 30m from the house
- High chair and travel cot available
- Shop and pub 10-minute walk, Grunta beach 0
- 5 mile walk (steps down to the beach)
- Note: Access property up a flight of steps
Mortehoe boasts spectacular views with its clifftop location sitting just above Woolacombe. Listed in the Doomsday Book, the Museum gives you an insight into Old Morte and tales of smugglers and stranded ships. Fabulous walks along Morte Point, part of the South West Coastal Path, with breathtaking scenery will bring you to hidden sands and into the neighbouring village, Lee. A village store provides all your needs and there is a selection of pub/restaurants offering local produce. Walk down the winding road and stop off at one of the beaches on your way to Woolacombe with its 3-mile stretch of golden sands. Serene in summer and wild and rugged in winter, once you have sampled this beautiful area you will want to return time and time again.