Traditional three-storey fishermen’s cottage sleeping two, finished to a high-standard throughout, located just a few minutes’ walk from Brixham town centre.
This property enjoys a central location, and is just a short walk from Brixham town centre, its shops, pubs, and restaurants. It is easy to spend a relaxed week here, browsing the shops, sampling the local restaurants, taking a boat ride around the bay, and maybe taking the ferry across to Torquay and enjoying a fun night out or a romantic meal in one of the seafront restaurants. Returning to Brixham by night across the waters is a truly magical experience, as you watch the lights glistening as you make your way back. There are beaches to be enjoyed too, several of which are within an easy walk of the town centre.
Steps lead from the road alongside the front garden to the entrance of this attractive property. Once inside, the first room that guests come to is the pretty kitchen, which has been thoughtfully finished in a chic understated muted colours. A breakfast bar island unit stands in the centre of the room, whilst a Range-style cooker sits in the former fireplace. Other equipment provided here includes an electric oven and hob, a fridge/freezer, and washing machine. Carpeted stairs lead directly from the kitchen to the first-floor lounge, another stylish room with double-aspect windows, a large corner sofa, TV, and cast iron open-fire which gives this room a lovely cosy glow in the evening. The stairs continue on to the second floor, where guests will find the bedroom, a lovely restful room which would rival any found in a boutique hotel. Sink into the soft support, sumptuous double bed where you will also find there is a shabby chic-style dressing table, and a window seat looking through the Sash Windows down to the garden below. The shower room, also on this level, offers a walk-in shower and WC.
Outside, the cottage garden is a surprising feature of this house, which is unusual for a property so close to the town centre. Surrounded by shrubs and plants, steps lead down to a seating area with bistro-style furniture, creating a lovely space for guests to enjoy alfresco drinks or meals. The owners have thoughtfully provided a parking permit which allows guests to park in the nearby Church car park.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.