Westdale Edge

Located in Seaton, Devon

Westdale Edge is an exceptional detached holiday home resting near Seaton in East Devon and sleeps eight guests in four bedrooms.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pet Friendly: No


Boasting simply stunning sea views, Westdale Edge is a spacious and well-presented detached house close to the amenities of Seaton in Devon. The property is the perfect destination for families looking to enjoy a getaway in delightful Devon.

Inside, the interior has been tastefully furnished to create a warm and welcoming ambience for its guests. The elegant sitting room has ample seating and a wonderful feature curved window which offers truly magnificent views over the sea, making it the perfect place to gather together to enjoy the views and spend time in each other’s company. The beauty of the accommodation at Westdale Edge lies in its spaciousness with loads of different rooms for people to escape to and find sanctuary including a small but inviting snug and a bright and airy sunroom. The country-style kitchen has its own Aga and is a wonderful area for creating culinary dishes to tantalise your guests. The breakfast bar has seating so people can pull up a chair, pour a drink and keep the chef company. Once dinner has been prepared guests can gather around the elegant dining table which has ample seating and views over the gardens and beyond; the perfect space for long, sociable meals.

When bedtime comes, there is no shortage of bedrooms to choose from including a magnificent king-size with en-suite facilities, a double and two twins, so whatever combination of guests in your party there will be a bedroom configuration for you. The outside of Westdale Edge is as charming as the inside with the elevated first-floor balconies providing a captivating place to take in those all-important views and the gardens and patio area providing a great venue for alfresco eating and drinking. The extensive gardens are green and lush and help to add a rural element to the views. Time spent in the gardens here is most definitely time well-spent.

Tempting as it is to never leave Westdale Edge, there is so much to see and do in and around Seaton that you simply have to go out exploring. Walk into the pretty town of Seaton and admire the stunning coastal views, take a stroll on the shingle beach, check out the picturesque harbour and discover Devon’s Jurassic coastline.

A short but scenic drive from Seaton is the coastal town of Exmouth which has loads of shops, bars, boutiques and restaurants, as well as coastal walks, sandy beaches and sailing trips. Other attractions visitors must see while they are in the area are Crealy Park theme park, Bicton Park stately home and gardens, Woodbury Common and the attractive cathedral city of Exeter.

An unforgettable holiday is just around the corner at Westdale Edge.

Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 2 x twins. Bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and separate WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room. Snug. Sunroom. Cloakroom with basin and WC


Close to coast
High Chair
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking
Washing machine


Area Details


Seaton is a seaside and fishing village sandwiched between Axmouth 20 minutes away, and Beer 5 minutes away in opposite directions. Seaton beach is the longest shingle beach in Devon, stretching over a mile long and overlooking Lyme Bay. The beach is gently sloping so is great for all watersports and swimming. Running the length of the beach is the esplanade leading to the town at 1 end and the cafe at the other end. The town has a variety of sops including the Co-op and several pubs, The Malthouse is dog friendly and even offers dog biscuits for good behaviour! Seaton Tramway can be picked up here and takes you alongside the River Axe estuary and through 2 nature reserves. There are many walks to be taken along the coastline to soak in the wonderful views and countryside, For those who like a challenge, there is a Seaton to Lyme Regis walk through the undercliffs, this is uneven ground and often slippery and is not a short walk but the scenery soon makes up for this. A short walk or drive away is the village of Beer. The beach here is a sheltered bay with a pebble beach and there are several cafes and pubs which are dog friendly. Pecorama in Beer is a great day out for the children with indoor and outdoor areas, crazy golf and a miniature model railway to ride on.

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