This single-storey cottage is exceptional high quality, with plenty of  private parking, a terrace and extensive gardens.
The sitting/dining-room has French windows out onto a lovely terrace for al fresco dining.
The stone terrace has beautifully planted borders and French windows from the living-area, lead straight out onto it. You can see the corner of the owner's home next door - The Coach House is on a higher level and tucked behind it.
The Coach House is approached along this private road across the Axe Valley. There are footpaths along the river banks for you to enjoy with your dog.
This is the little harbour at Seaton - your closest beach. There is a delightful cafe on the quayside and a wide pebbled bay.
Also very nearby is the fishing village of Beer - well worth a visit. It is like stepping back in time, with fishing boats drawn up on the beach.
There is a wonderful wood-burning stove for out-of-season breaks - this is the most welcoming of cottages whatever the time of year.
Another view of the sitting/dining-room.
The circular dining-table extends if you wish.
Looking along the length of the wide hallway with the kitchen off to the left and the sitting/dining-room straight ahead.
In the opposite direction, looking down towards the two spacious en suite bedrooms.
There is a high quality fitted kitchen.
The kitchen is well-equipped and offers plenty of space.
Throughout the cottage you get glimpses of the gardens.
This bedroom has the option for twin beds or a  'zip and link' super-king double bed.
Another view of this lovely spacious bedroom with the en suite shower-room.
Both bedrooms have TVs for that little bit of extra luxury.
This is the en suite shower-room, with a lovely walk-in shower.
Another view of the en suite shower-room.
This is the second double bedroom. Very spacious with plenty of fitted wardrobe space and an en suite bathroom.
Another view of this bedroom.
The en suite bathroom is bright and cheerful.
This bathroom has so much space.
This is the creatively decorated cloakroom.
The Coach House is embraced with beautiful flower borders and has its own beautiful gardens, set within the grounds of a country house. There are a couple of steps down to the front door and then one up.
There are beautiful gardens in a set of terraces, with seating to choose from to enjoy this most peaceful setting.
Another view of the stunningly planted gardens for The Coach House. Stone steps lead from one level to another - a delight to explore.
This is the river Axe. You cross the river to reach the Coach House and there are footpaths all along the banks.
A wider view of the fishing village of Beer. Seaton is to the far right of the photo - at the head of the Axe Valley - and just a few miles from The Coach House. This is an excellent stretch of the South West Coast Path.
The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is just a five mile drive away, stretching through east Devon and over the border at Lyme Regis into Dorset. Seaton, the nearest beach, is in the distance.
The quality inside this property is exceptional.
Lyme Regis, such a wonderful iconic town, is a very short drive from The Coach House. Whatever the time of year this is a great place to visit.
Sidmouth is one of the many delightful coastal towns in east Devon. This pebbled beach has plenty of sand at low tide.
This boat on the pebbled beach at Budleigh Salterton says it all.  East Devon is a very unspoilt area and the countryside is as good as the coast.
Follow the Jurassic Coastline into Dorset and the scenery will continue to amaze you.

The Coach House

4376

5.4 miles NW of Lyme Regis / Sleeps 4 (no children under 16)

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7 Nights from  £483

October 2019

stylish, cosy, well located cottage


September 2019

The Coach House is a lovely comfortable, quiet cottage and very tastefully decorated with well tended gardens. A nice welcome pack was also included. The Coach House also has easy access to lots of other places like Lyme Regis, Sidmouth and Charmouth. Bicton Botanical Gardens are well worth a visit.


September 2019

A very restful place with easy access to Axminster and beyond. The welcome pack was much appreciated.


August 2019

Liked the excellent directions to the property which were easy to follow. The welcome phone call from the Housekeeper to make sure that we had settled in ok. The prompt dealing with the issue with the washing machine. The welcome card and basket of wine and biscuits. The water and feeding bowls for our dog made her feel welcome as did the option to secure her on the pation with the lead extension. The standard of accommodation is very high and feels very 'home from home'


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