Surf View Woolacombe
Located in Woolacombe, Devon
Surf View is a stunning, detached pet-friendly home in Woolacombe, Devon and can sleep 14 guests in 7 bedrooms with sea views.
- Sleeps: 14
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 7
- Pet Friendly: 2
The living areas in the property consist of a kitchen with an . electric oven and hob, grill, microwave, x2 fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, a dining room with seating for 14 guests and a sitting room with TV. The bedrooms consist of a ground-floor king-size with TV and en-suite shower, a king-size, a ground-floor double with TV and en-suite shower, two ground-floor twins with Tv and en-suite showers, along with a games room. In the external building there is a super-king-size with TV and en-suite shower and a twin bedroom with en-suite shower and TV. Outside, there is a large garden with ample furniture and storage, along with off-road parking for 6 cars. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Two well-behaved pets are welcome and a highchair and travel cot are available. Sorry, no smoking allowed. Please do not climb the steps in the garden or allow pets in the bedrooms. Whisk your loved ones to Surf View for a seaside escape. Note: Guests can ask for a pass for the close-by holiday park to use on-site facilities.
Settled opposite the sea in the coastal town of Woolacombe in Devon, is this spectacular, 7-bedroom holiday home. Surf View is just over a mile countryside walk to Woolacombe Sands famous blue-flag beach and even closer to the local pub. Benefitting from breath-taking sea-views, this detached house is idyllic for a family getaway, sleeping up to 14 guests.
Be greeted by ample off-road parking and admire the unfolding countryside from your elevated position. Discover the well-equipped kitchen, where the chef of the group can make use of the electric oven and hob to conjure delicious meals. There is a washing machine and dryer to keep your holiday attire fresh! Moving through the property, find the spacious sitting room, here you can sprawl on the sofa with a cup of tea and afterwards enjoy meals together in the dining room, which boasts panoramic views of the coast and countryside.
Throw open the patio doors to roam the garden and on warm days unwind on the furniture and escape into a book. As the sun begins to set, head inside and have some family fun in the first-floor games room. Also upstairs there is a king-size bedroom to soak in the scenery from Velux windows. Head downstairs to the ground-floor to choose between a super king-size, two doubles, and one twin bedroom, all with TVs and en-suites of which two have sea views. In addition, stay in the external annexe with a super-king-size and twin bedroom.
Surf View rests within an AONB so lace up your walking boots and explore Baggy Point to view rugged clifftops and stroll along the South West Coastal Path. Venture to the seaside resort of Ilfracombe, ideal for history buffs with its quirky museum, its small harbour and a sandy beach that is accessed via Victorian tunnels.
For a special holiday home with sea views, choose Surf View.
Woolacombe is a large seaside town with lots to offer all ages. The town offers a friendly, lively atmosphere. The town has a mix of convenience stores, pubs, restaurants, 2 small cinemas and a nightclub. It is also a haven for wildlife. Lundy Island is home to Devon's puffin population. It is also visited by seals, dolphins and porpoises. It is also an area that sees a variety of migrating birds returning to the town every year for breeding. With 3 miles of golden sand, Woolacombe beach has won the Blue Flag and Premier Seaside Beach Awards for its cleanliness and water quality. It is very popular with families as there is a lifeguard on patrol over the summer. The beach is also popular with locals for surfing and a range of other water activities. Barricane Bay to the north end of the beach has a cafe offering fantastic views and great food. This is open from early Spring to late Autumn. High tide can reduce beach space here so it is best to check the tide times. A little further up the beach is Combegate beach which is great for exploring the rock pools. For those horse enthusiasts, Woolacombe stables can offer a unique beach ride.