Seadrift is a fantastic large property, ideal for family and friends gatherings in this picturesque South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Situated in the centre of Bigbury-on-Sea and boasting views of Burgh Island, its iconic hotel and Bigbury Bay beach, this property is ideal for discovering the coast and countryside of this stunning part of Devon.
Access the property via the driveway, which is able to park two cars comfortably, and head inside to be greeted by a fantastic games room, ideal for some healthy family competition, as you engage in a night of ping pong, pool and darts together.
From here, head through the front door and into the living/dining room, with a neutral and inviting décor, large sofas to relax onto in front of a cosy woodburing effect fire, a TV with DVD Player, where you an enjoy a family movie night, and a small dining table for four, where you can enjoy meals together.
An additional seating area is available in the contemporary kitchen/diner, fully equipped with all the mod cons you could require during your self-catered stay, with an adjoining utility room with washing machine, for your convenience.
The sunroom offers an additional resting spot, ideal for a moment of tranquility as you sit back and admire the garden views and the sea beyond.
Find a double and twin bedroom on this floor, served by a family bathroom with a choice of bath and walk-in shower, as well as a handy cloakroom.
Venture up the open tread staircase to discover the remaining three bedrooms; the master king-size double boasts a fantastic balcony where you can admire the stunning coastal view with a morning coffee, a twin with a large picture window, mkaing the most of the excellent view, and a single room, ideal for a child, all served by a shower room.
Outside, you can spend time in the large lawned garden, which wraps around the property, sitting at the picnic bench and enjoying an alfresco lunch as you soak up your glorious setting.
Head into the village centre to find a local beach shop for all of your essentials, while the picturesque and sandy Bigbury beach is just a few minutes' walk away, offering safe, family-friendly swimming and a selection of watersports, as well as access at low tide via a causeway to Burgh Island.
At high tide, hop on an iconic sea tractor to be transported to the island, which boasts the iconic, Art Deco-style Burgh Island Hotel, which has seen many famous guests through the years, including Oscar Wilde and Agatha Christie, the latter of which drew inspiration for many of her novels from the surrounding area.
You can also explore many hidden coves and pretty beaches, and enjoy a selection of watersports such as kayaking and paddleboarding, as well as snorkelling.
There are excellent walking opportunities on the island; head to the peak to find the ancient lookout, which offers incredible views of the coast.
Head back to the mainland to enjoy riverside walks along the Avon and Erme, looking out for a plethora of fascinating marine life and wildlife along the way.
The resort of Salcombe and the principle town of the South Hams area of Devon, Kingsbridge, are just a short drive away and boasts a good variety of restaurants, bars and shops.
Seadrift is a an excellent base to return to with loved ones after an adventure-filled day exploring this stunning area of Devon.