Located in the heart of the popular town of Salcombe is this lovely fisherman's cottage, 33 Island Street.
An end-terrace reached via a quaint side street, this two-bedroom dwelling offers a homely spot from which to enjoy an action-packed stay in Salcombe.
Soak up the pretty scenery before entering into the cottage and welcomed into the snug kitchen/diner, with all the essentials for a self-catered stay in here including an electric oven and a gas hob, you can prepare picnics, enjoy breakfasts in the morning at the dining table, or simply plate up your fish and chips from the local takeaway!
Spend an evening catching up with your travelling companions in the sitting room, where a gas coal-effect fire can add some warming ambiance in winter, with a sofa and chairs to relax on and a TV for those quiet evenings in.
Head up the steep stairs to the bedrooms when you're in need of rest and find two equally delightful bedrooms, with the first home to two 2'6" single beds, making it ideal for children, and the second being a king-size bedroom, each providing tranquil sleeping spots.
Feel refreshed after a shower in the bathroom upon waking, or take a longer soak within the roomy corner bathtub, perfect to fill an hour in between outings.
At the rear of the property is a bench out on the charming little street where you can sit out with a morning coffee before heading out for the day, making the short and level walk down to the quayside to watch the boats coming and going.
Head out on your own maritime adventure and hire a boat to travel along the waters of Salcombe Harbour, taking in the wonderful scenery of the many beaches and coves scattered along the way.
Back on dry land you can find out more about Salcombe's long-standing relationship with the sea at Salcombe Maritime Museum, with a treasure trove of delights to see, while more history can be found by walking southward to the ruins of Fort Charles, and further still to the National Trust's Overbeck's.
Beach days are a must in warm weather so visit either North Sands or South Sands, each served by lovely beach cafés with rock pools to explore and beautiful sandy shores.
Keen walkers can head out to Snapes Point, a National Trust area