Primrose Cottage has been fully refurbished to a high standard and has envious views of the Salcombe estuary.
Set in a relatively quiet, residential area of central Salcombe, yet within a very short distance of the town’s boutiques, restaurants and famous waterfront, this delightful former fisherman’s cottage makes a wonderful base for families looking for a comfortable accommodation.
The property has recently undergone a full renovation and is beautifully finished to a very high standard.
It is accessed directly from the private terrace into a cosy, light and airy open plan sitting room.
The kitchen is small but well equipped, with a drop-leaf dining table with four folding chairs that can be stored away easily during the day.
There are two bedrooms - a master bedroom with double bed and attractive window seat, plus a second room with comfortable 3' wide bunk beds.
There is also a family bathroom with bath and shower over.
The sunny, paved terrace to the front of the cottage has a table, chairs and bench seat – a fabulous spot for an al fresco drink after a busy day exploring the South West Coast Path.
The long-stay car park is a five-minute walk away.
With views over the north bank of the estuary and the entrance to Batson Creek from the terrace and the living room as well as from the master bedroom, this fabulous property will suit those in search of a comfortable base, within a short level walk of Salcombe’s amenities.
About the location
Kingsbridge 7 miles; Dartmouth 21 miles; Plymouth 24 miles; Paignton 26 miles.
Salcombe is a popular destination for walkers and families looking for a holiday by the sea and was once a major port. There are two pretty beaches within a short distance, North Sands and South Sands and further on is the National Trust property Overbeck’s where you can wander through the subtropical gardens. Why not have a more adventurous day and try out the watersports available on the estuary including surfing, kayaking or a more leisurely boat trip? Whilst staying in Salcombe you must take advantage of the locally sourced seafood which is served in many of the restaurants, pubs, cafés and delicatessens. The southern tip of Devon provides some spectacular scenery and picturesque vistas with a number of sandy beaches, lovely villages with thatched cottages and some fantastic opportunities for walking, including the South West Coast path.
Please note that the fireplace is not in use.
No pets permitted.
Bunk beds suitable for children only.