Located in Paignton, Devon
Sunnydene is a two-bedroom apartment in Paignton, Devon sleeping 4 people with a private hot tub.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
The living area is open-plan with a kitchen containing an electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher, a breakfast bar for four, and a sitting area with a TV. There are two double bedrooms with TV and a shower room. Outside, there is a courtyard with a hot tub, furniture and AstroTurf, and private parking for one car. There is a shop within 0.3 miles and a pub and beach within 0.4. 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. The property is a converted garage attached to the owner’s home. Ideal for couples and friends, discover the delights of South Devon with a stay at Sunnydene.
Tucked away in the bustling seaside resort of Paignton is this contemporary, two-bedroom apart-ment in Devon, Sunnydene. Close to the beach, local amenities, and featuring an outdoor hot tub, the apartment welcomes couples and friends to unwind with a holiday by the sea.
Park up in the private parking space with an electric charging point before stepping inside this stylish, contempo-rary abode with an open-plan living space. Finished to a high standard, the kitchen area has illuminated granite tops, with hard floors throughout and fantastic amenities for home-cooking, includ-ing an electric oven, induction hob and dishwasher; you'll also have a handy washer/dryer to clean sandy towels ready for another beach day! After dining at the breakfast bar for four, settle into the sofa to watch the TV or challenge your friends to a game on the Xbox.
Open the bi-fold doors to let the outside in on warmer evenings, and why not finish the day with a relaxing seat in your private, bubbling hot tub?
There are two sleek double bedrooms with grey hues to unwind after the day's adventures, whether that's with a good book in hand or your favourite show on the wall-mounted TV. Before heading out, freshen up in the shower room, complete with a heated towel rail and a large, walk-in shower.
There are a range of restaurants, pubs and cafés to choose from in Paign-ton, as well as Paignton Pier for classic seaside entertainments, swimming and bathing along the town's sandy beach, and Victoria Park for sunny strolls and picnics. Visit the animals at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, or if you'd prefer to explore the local landscape, venture on a coastal walk to find idyllic, sandy bays. Stop off in the fishing town of Brixham for a dip in the Shoalstone Seawater Pool, board the Golden Hind Museum Ship or follow a footpath into Berry Head National Nature Reserve.
Along the scenic River Dart lies from the town of Dartmouth, where you can hire boats, visit Dartmouth Museum or dine in a traditional inn with river views. Historians will relish the likes of the National Trust's Greenway, a 1950s house, the exotic gardens at Coleton Fishacre, and the 15th-century Dartmouth Castle. Totnes, Torquay and Newton Abbot are also a short jour-ney away, offering something for every holidaymaker.
Sunnydene is a beautiful hideaway to call home whilst you explore Devon's bustling south coast.
- Electric underfloor heating
- Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher
- 3 x TV, Xbox, WiFi
- Fuel and power are included in rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in rent
- Private parking for 1 car with an electric charging point
- Courtyard with hot tub, furniture and AstroTurf
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 450 metres, pub and beach just under ½ a mile
Paignton lies on Devon's South Coast and is part of the English Riviera. The first thing that will strike you is the long sandy beach which has safe swimming, the famous pier, perfect sand for sandcastles, fishing trips and plenty of kiosks and cafes. Paignton Zoo has some of the world's most rare and amazing creatures from gorillas and rhinos to capybara. Visit the crocodile swamp and come face-to-face with a crocodile or snake. The historic harbour area is now full of restaurants and cafes that specialise in fresh fish dishes. Explore the area on the steam train that runs for 7 miles to Kingswear or combine it with a cruise and explore the River Dart at the same time. With a boating lake, Geoplay Park, Occombe Farm, the Velopark, Paignton Festival, Paignton Regatta and the English Riviera Air Show there is always something to do or see.