Waterhayes, overlooking the fabulous estuary at Appledore, is a brand new build property with a spacious contemporary interior.
This is the wonderful estuary view that you have from the first and second floors. Sit out on the balcony with a morning coffee and watch the changing tide.
Waterhayes is a stunning new detached house over three floors with two relaxed seating areas - one with a balcony to the front - and a huge deck to the rear.
The first floor has a spacious and very contemporary kitchen with the island as the sociable focal point for the family to gather around.
A five minute stroll takes you straight to the Quay with stunning views across to Instow and out to sea.
This is the first of the two linked reception rooms. This room has the dining-table and of course the balcony too.
Both the comfortable seating-areas have estuary views down across the houses and both have French windows to open up onto their balconies.
There is plenty of private parking at the front of the house, and a level grassy garden and deck at the back.
This is the en suite master bedroom on the second floor. The views are wonderful.
The master bedroom is really spacious - take care of the sloping ceiling to the bay leading to the window.
The en suite shower-room is filled with light from the Velux window.
This double bedroom is also on the second floor and also has wonderful far reaching views.
Another view of the second floor double bedroom.
This is its en suite bathroom.
This double bedroom is on the ground floor.
The room is bright, spacious and cheerful.
Next to it is the twin bedroom.
... and also on the ground floor, for these two bedrooms, is this lovely shower-room.
The utility-room is on the ground floor - very useful so that you do not have to have the washing machine in the kitchen.
Appledore has roots in its origins as a traditional fishing village and there is still much of that lovely atmosphere there.
Fizz on the balcony is a must !
This is the promenade at Westward Ho! Just 2 miles away. The sandy beach stretches for miles towards Appledore and there are rock pools at low tide.
As well as the sandy beaches, the North Devon coastline has cliffs and rocky coves to explore. This is Combe Martin
The Exmoor National Park meets the North Devon coast - this is a stunning section of the South West Coast Path.
Inland North Devon is beautifully rural and uncrowded.

Waterhayes

4045

Appledore / Sleeps 8 + cot

7 Nights from £1129 - £2280

Waterhayes is a superb brand new contemporary property, set over three floors and with wonderful estuary views from Appledore across to Instow and the north Devon countryside beyond from the balcony. Just two miles away is the amazing Blue Flag beach at Westward Ho! for surfing and kite surfing. This stunning detached holiday house is ideal for family and friends with lovely coastal walks - especially if you bring your dog - thriving cafes and pubs and an amazing endless sandy beach at Instow which you can get to on a seasonal passenger ferry or of course by car across the river bridge. The Quay at Appledore is the focal point for the village where you can watch the fishing boats and yachts as they head out to sea. Children will love crabbing at the water's edge as the tide ebbs, and the beautiful beach at Instow, dog-friendly all year round, is one of north Devon's best.

Waterhayes has been designed so that the open plan first floor offers the best of sociable holiday living and of course the best of the views. The fabulous balcony looks out to the front of the house high up above the village and this floor also leads directly to a large decking area and lawned garden at the back. Two of the four bedrooms are on the ground floor with their own shower-room and the other two bedrooms, on the second floor, are both en suite. This flexible accommodation is perfect for a carefree holiday that will suit you all. Appledore and Instow are often thought of as 'twins across the water' but each has its own distinctive character. Appledore has an intriguing network of little pedestrian pathways and cobbled courtyards amongst what used to be the little fishermen's cottages. Many of the pubs have live music events and there is a renowned annual literary festival in September. Whilst Appledore is of course on the coast, with the dramatic wild north Devon coast of the Hartland peninsula and the best of the surfing beaches at Saunton Sands, Croyde and Woolacombe a short drive away, this is also a great base for setting off to explore Exmoor National Park inland from Barnstaple. Whatever the time of year, staying at Waterhayes offers it all.


Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with twin beds

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Utility-room with washing machine, tumble-drier and wash-basin


First Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV. Gas hob, two electric ovens, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher


Second Floor

Bedroom 3 with double bed (6'), TV and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 4 with double bed (5') and en suite Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, WC and wash-basin


Please supervise small children on the balcony and take care on the decking in wet weather. Dogs can access the living area on the first floor directly, by going up the path around the side of the property and across the decking.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Travel cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 4 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 350 yds
  • Patio and balcony furniture
  • Full gas-fired CH (partial under-floor)