Osborn House is a spacious, bright and airy holiday cottage located in a prime position in the pretty village of Hope Cove.
This delightful village is a popular location for a relaxing break, with a village pub, shop and café, not to mention two sandy beaches, all within a short walk of Osborn House.
The South West Coast Path - for stunning coastal walks including to South Milton Sands, Thurlestone, Soar Mill Cove and beyond - can be accessed quickly and easily from the house.
Osborn House is positioned at the end of a row of privately owned former coastguard cottages, providing comfortable, well presented accommodation ideally set up for families or couples (with our without a small dog!), looking for a traditional coastal retreat for a seaside holiday.
The property offers lovely views over the beach and out to sea, best enjoyed from the rear bedrooms and garden.
Enjoy long leisurely meals in the large kitchen with separate dining area, before relaxing in the comfortable lounge or separate sitting room.
The property also has a utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor, and upstairs there are four bedrooms, accommodating eight people; one double, one double and single and two twin bedded rooms.
There is also a shower room and family bathroom.
With the added benefit of parking for one car, and a beautiful enclosed garden to the rear with a table and chairs for al fresco dining, this really is a fabulous retreat for a break with your family and dog.
Four bedrooms: 1x Double. 1x Double with Single. 2x Twin. Shower room with shower, wash hand basin and w.c. Family bathroom with bath, wash-hand basin and w.c. Utility room with washer/dryer and sink - separate w.c. and basin. Kitchen / breakfast room. Lounge.
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.
One well behaved dog permitted (downstairs only)
Telephone available for incoming and local calls only.