Bay Cottage is just steps from the beach in Shaldon, which lines the south shore of the Teign estuary. The South West Coast Path is on the doorstep, so this is a fantastic place for walkers and dogs.
The cottage’s kitchen/diner has an electric Aga and an induction hob; travertine tiled floors extend into the spacious sitting-room, with its open plan bedroom-area, under-floor heating, and comfy leather armchairs for you to sit and gaze out of the enormous bay window and enjoy the views.
The owners, who live behind this single-storey property, can recommend activities, but you might prefer just to stroll to the beach with your coffee cup in hand. Babies up to two years old are welcome.
For the foodies amongst you, there are popular restaurants in the village, alongside some excellent pubs and cafes. Alternatively, hop on the passenger ferry and explore the historic port of Teignmouth across the water. This is a relaxing and very comfortable base for a couple and a dog, with a lovely walk up to Ness Head above Shaldon or through the tunnel to the beach on the other side of the headland, you will all have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday.
Kitchen/Diner with induction hob, electric Aga, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Sitting-room with Bedroom area with satellite TV, DVD player, CD player, coal-effect electric fire and super-king double bed (6')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 270 yds
- Full electric CH (partial under-floor)
- Charging point for electric cars
Bay Cottage is such a lovely sight.
Shaldon beach and the estuary with Teignmouth opposite. This fabulous beach is a matter of steps outside your front door and will prove a huge hit with all the family (new for 2020).
Hours could be spent in these comfy chairs watching the world pass by right outside your window.
What a cosy space to snuggle up after a full day of adventure. (Available January 2020).
The top floor bedroom has this amazing view to wake up to. Perfect! (New for 2020).
Looking through the kitchen to the small entance hall and front door.
The ground floor bedroom/sitting-area also boasts comfy chairs from which to look out at the water. There is no escaping the view in this fabulous house.
The ground floor bedroom also offers a little coal-effect fire for extra warmth if needed.
There is lovely linen on the double bed.
The well-equipped kitchen/diner.
There is a warming electric Aga in the kitchen.
The dining-area in the kitchen.
Looking through the archway to the door into the combined living-room and bedroom.
Even sitting at the dining-table allows you to soak up the water views (if you pick the right seat).
You are so close to the water it feels like you could reach out and touch it.
Oodles of space to spread out as a group. (New for 2020).
The first floor hallway which connects the sitting-room, twin pod bunk-room and the family bathroom. (New for 2020).
The family bathroom on the first floor. (Available in 2020).
The stairs which wind down to the ground floor from the first floor landing. (Available from January 2020).
Going up! These stairs lead off the first floor landing and take you up to bedroom three and it's amazing vantage point over Shaldon and out to sea. (Available from January 2020).
Bedroom three. What a quirky bedroom. For the taller members of the group, please mind your head on the beams in this room. (Available in 2020).
The en suite to bedroom three offers this rather delightful roll-top bath. (From January 2020).
A little seating-area outside the front door.
Through this door awaits a welcoming and charming apartment.
The beach is a couple of steps away from the property.
The beach is a stone's throw away.
Bay Cottage (the detached middle property), from the water.
Boats coming into the estuary from the open sea.
Looking down river.
Shaldon beach with Ness Head in the background.
As you can see, Bay Cottage is right above the beach.
Teignmouth is on the far side of the estuary.
A distant misty outline of Dartmoor.
Spectacular cliffs along the coast.