This stylish ground floor apartment, in the award-winning Nautilus seafront development, looks straight out to sea. The open plan living room has a sleek kitchen, huge windows to take advantage of the view (and the sunsets), and opens onto a small open fronted patio facing the promenade. The quiet, spacious bedroom at the back of the apartment follows the curve of the building, and although just two adults are accommodated, there is a comfortable double sofa bed in the living room for flexibility. Westward Ho! has a super surfing blue flag beach and Sundowner is just a stroll away from the cafes, shops and popular restaurants of this thriving seaside town. Cross the seafront road, in front of the apartment, and you will be straight on the promenade, which is perfect for strolling and taking in the holiday atmosphere. There is also a lovely pub/restaurant at the far end of the promenade.
The Nautilus Building is one of a small number of striking architect designed apartment buildings in prime positions on the seafront at Westward Ho!. The apartments are stylish and contemporary and Sundowner is no exception. Guests here also have the benefit of secure private parking – an electronic fob for the gates is provided for use during your stay. Ideally placed to make the most of the north Devon coast, there are endless sandy beaches between here and Woolacombe, great surfing, rocky coves and spectacular sunsets, and Sundowner is perfect for enjoying them all. If you want to explore further afield, try unique Lundy Island – you can make it out on the horizon on a clear day – by boat from Bideford Quay. This protected island is home to a wonderful display of sea birds. Further along the coast, Clovelly is an historic fishing village clinging to the cliffs with steep cobbled paths leading all the way down to the harbour.
Shared Entrance hall
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and CD player. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and freezer
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC, wash-basin and washing machine/drier
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')
Take care with toddlers on the unfenced patio at the front of the property.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 100 yds
- Picnic table
- Full gas-fired CH
This is the sea-facing view of the Nautilus Apartments. Sundowner is on the ground floor, looking right out to sea.
There is a lovely promenade along the whole length of the seafront at Westward Ho! The Blue Flag beach stretches for miles.
The open plan living space has floor to ceiling glass and a door to the open fronted patio - great for people watching and of course sea views.
Couples will be so comfortable here as the bedroom has a king-sized bed and plenty of storage space.
North Devon is famed for its spectacular wide sandy beaches.
There is a stylish contemporary kitchen but Westward Ho! has many places to eat out - try The Pier House at the far end of the seafront or the Moran's Thai restaurant at the heart of the town.
Another view of the large double bedroom.
There is a good sized bathroom.
The dining table fits into one corner of the open plan space. There is also a sofa bed for extra flexibility - do ask us if you wish to bring a child.
The living-room is very comfortable, with a door straight onto the patio.
Each of the ground floor apartments has a sea facing patio.
There is a lovely promenade all the way along the seafront in front of the apartments.
The picnic table on the patio is a great place to take in the holiday atmoshpere, watching the world go by.
Sundowner is a ground floor apartment in this striking building. You have your own dedicated parking bay.
This popular Blue Flag beach stretches for miles.
Appledore is a pretty fishing village a short distance from Westwood Ho! This is the view from Appledore across to Instow.
This is a friendly and welcoming apartment.
The view across the Torridge estuary from Instow to Appledore.
This is a distant view of Braunton Burrows - a World Heritage Site - the largest area of sand dunes in the UK.
High tide or low tide, you can walk for miles here.