Bankside is situated in a residential area near the sandy beaches of Hope Cove.
The South West Coast Path can be accessed from within the village and the famous sailing town of Salcombe is just four miles away.
An entrance hallway leads into a lounge/dining room overlooking the front garden.
Three-piece suite, flat screen TV, DVD and Blu-Ray player, stone fireplace (not in use), dining table and chairs and CD music player.
The dining area opens into a good sized and well equipped kitchen with halogen hob, double oven and grill, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave.
A glass door leads out to a conservatory/porch with table, chairs, tumble dryer and second fridge and out again to mature rear lawned garden secured by gates.
There is a master double room with 4'6" pine bed.
The second bedroom has two single beds which can be made up to a super king-size bed on request.
Family bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, electric shower, wash-hand basin and w.c.
Pleasantly laid out gardens to the front and rear with lawns, raised flowerbeds, borders and shrubs.
Rear lawn is level, south facing and fully enclosed with hedges on three sides and gated access - very child and toddler friendly.
Rear terrace with table, chairs and barbeque.
With the South West Coast Path almost on the doorstep, two lovely beaches just minutes away, a village shop for croissants and newspapers, plus local pub and café serving good food, this is the perfect location for a seaside break.
Two bedrooms: 1x double, 1 x twin (can be made up to a super king-size bed on request). Lounge/dining room. Galley kitchen leading into conservatory/porch with table and chairs. Family bathroom - mainly tiled and with bath, hand-held shower, electric shower, wash-hand basin and w.c. Gardens to front and rear of property.
About the location
Salcombe 4.6 miles; Kingsbridge 5.1 miles
The picturesque and unspoiled village of Hope Cove lies in the sheltered curve of Bigbury Bay on Devon’s south coast. A choice destination for families, the two beaches offering soft sand and rock pools for sandcastle building and fishing for small crabs. The town remains a fishing village where crabs and lobsters are still landed, however it was once used by smugglers. Many ships have perished around the coast and the wrecks that lie beneath the waves make it a popular spot for divers. Above the beach there are a number of pubs and restaurants. The coastal footpath can be joined from here and leads towards Bigbury-on-sea in one direction and the coastal resort of Salcombe in the other.
The second bedroom has two single beds which can be made up to a super king-size bed. This must be requested at the time of booking.
One well behaved pet permitted.