Wisteria Cottage

Located in Exmouth, Devon

A bijou cottage set on the outskirts of the town of Exmouth in Devon, sleeping two people in one bedroom.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: No

Description

Wisteria Cottage is a bijou cottage set in the town of Exmouth in Devon, sleeping two people in one double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. The rest of the cottage is made up of an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. To the outside is off road parking for two cars and a front decked area with furniture. Set in a stunning location, Wisteria Cottage makes a great place for a romantic break at any time of the year.

Property Details

Wisteria Cottage is a light, bright and comfortable property in the grounds of the owners’ home, between Lympstone and Exmouth, an excellent base for a wide range of holiday adventures. The ground floor is open plan, with a kitchen, dining table, and comfortable sitting area. Sliding doors lead out to a decked patio area with table and chairs - ideal for morning coffee. On the first floor, reached by fairly steep stairs, there is a bedroom with double bed, and an en-suite shower room with toilet and hand-wash basin. Views of the Exe estuary and beyond can be seen from the upstairs window. Outside there is a bicycle rack, attached to the cottage wall, where cycles may be stored overnight. Wisteria Cottage is accessed via a shared gravel drive and has parking for 2 cars. There are bus stops 100 yards from the property for frequent buses into Exmouth (a 5-minute ride) and to Exeter (a 30-minute ride). For cyclists and walkers the South West Coast Path and the National Cycle Network Route 2 are only a few minutes away. The Exe Trail is an easy walk/ride via Topsham towards Exeter city. Bird watchers, and those interested in nature, will find the Exe Estuary Nature Reserve nearby and a trip to Dawlish Warren on the other side of the Estuary is highly recommended. Within 20 minutes’ walk there are two National Trust properties, Halsdon Farm and the unusual ‘A la Ronde’ house. For eating out there is a selection of pubs and restaurants in Exmouth as well as Lympstone and Topsham. The River Exe Café involves a boat trip to the middle of the estuary and is very popular!

Facilities

  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc in rent
  • Off-road parking for to 2 cars
  • Front decked patio with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 3 mins walk, pub 1 mile
  • Note: First floor accessed via fairly steep stairs
  • Note: Adults only, no children

Features

Garden
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Near River/Estuary
Off road parking
TV
Washing machine
WiFi

Location

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Area Details

Exmouth

Exmouth is one of the oldest seaside towns in Devon. It is a vibrant, bustling town with its very own indoor market, a range of local shops, several pubs including the Grove, offering a range of traditional ales, great food and fantastic sea views from their garden. It has several restaurants, including a fish restaurant on the seafront, The Rockfish. Exmouth is the Gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast with miles of sandy beach, being very popular with young families. For those water enthusiasts kayaking, kite and windsurfing are just a few of the water sports available or for those wanting to take in the breathtaking views along the Jurassic Coast then the South West Coast passes here as does the Blue Plaque Heritage Trail as well as the life-size Dinosaur trail for the children. Those wishing to explore by bike you can pick up the Exe Estuary Cycle trail here to Dawlish taking in lots of Wildlife spots, cafes and shops along the way. If you fancy a relaxing way of taking in the sights of the beautiful coastline then a daily cruise is the way to go and for the nature-loving enthusiasts then Exmouth has one of the largest Nature Reserves in Devon and is wildlife hotspot for birds migrating here for the winter.

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