Stylishly updated traditional fishermen’s cottage located close to Brixham harbour, boasting three separate outdoor spaces, and sea views from many of the principal rooms.
Stylishly modernised, this traditional fisherman’s cottage boasts stunning views and designated harbourside parking. Displaying a tasteful blend of old and new, the accommodation features exposed stone walls, fresh neutral decor and sea views from many of its principal rooms. Explore this quaint coastal town with its bustling harbour, interesting art scene and fantastic seafood restaurants or simply relax on the beach before returning to your seaside bolthole for an al fresco meal on one of the three terraced seating areas.
After a trip to the fish market, prepare tasty family meals in the charming shaker-style kitchen, which offers ample storage space for making yourselves at home. At the end of a busy day, hunker down in the lounge, which is furnished with inviting leather sofas and delivers breath-taking harbour views from its large picture window. Each of this property’s bedrooms has been elegantly presented in soft relaxing tones with antique furnishings and coastal influences. Perfect for sun worshippers, this property boasts three outside seating areas, making it easy to find a spot to enjoy the sunshine all day long.
Spend a morning browsing Brixham’s delightful array of shops, cafes and galleries before grabbing your bucket and space and heading for one of its several beaches. From the main Breakwater Beach to the quiet and secluded St Mary’s Bay, this area offers plenty of space for everyone to soak up some sea air. For a day out with the family, jump on board one of the regular ferries that leave Brixham’s busy harbour for nearby Dartmouth (5.5 miles) and Torquay (8.5 miles) or stay on dry land and follow the South West Coast Path to the popular seaside resort of Paignton (5.5 miles).