Set within the beautiful fishing village of Hope Cove in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is Seagrass.
This spacious ground floor apartment boasts an open-plan living area with pleasant sea views across the village.
With just a short drive (or walk, if you would prefer) to Salcombe, there are plenty of water sports and activities, as well as an array of restaurants, boutiques and cafés for some relaxation.
This makes Seagrass an ideal property for couples and families who love to stay active.
The main sitting room is bright and spacious sitting room that is well furnished with a double sofa with matching armchair and a comfy bean bag.
The kitchen is well-sized and has its own breakfast bar, including four stools which can be used as an alternative to the dining area which is part of the open-plan sitting room.
Just off from the sitting room are two cosy and well-lit bedrooms.
The master bedroom contains a comfortable central king-size divan bed with matching bedside tables and lamps, perfect for sinking into after a long day.
The second bedroom contains two single beds with bedside tables, most suitable for the kids if they’re coming along, but these can be made into a double if required.
Outside there are communal gardens that can be used by residents in the Thornlea Mews development.
The South West Coast Path is easily reachable from Seagrass, which is ideal for bikers and walkers alike.
Taste a range of gins at the Salcombe Distilling Company, or visit the Start Point Lighthouse in Kingsbridge, both just a short drive away.
Alternatively, if you are looking to head further out, then the Dartmoor national Park is a 40-minute drive with endless scenery to enjoy.
A comfortable and cosy home from home, in a stunning location.
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.
Second bedroom has two 2'6" beds that can be linked to create a King-size bed. This must be requested at time of booking.
One well behaved dog permitted.
Telephone available for local and incoming calls only.