Shaldon beach, a stone's throw from the cottage, and the estuary, with Teignmouth opposite.
The first floor living-room.
There is a glimpse of the water from the living-room window which has a Juliet balcony.
The kitchen/dining-area.
The kitchen/dining-area.
Looking through the living-room window.
Time for tea.
Patriotic colours on the cushions.
The first floor double bedroom (Bedroom 1).
Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 2 on the top floor.
Bedroom 2.
Quirky pieces on the walls.
Take care on the stairs as you leave Bedroom 2.
The ground floor bathroom.
Bright white fittings in the bathroom.
An old storage box in the shower-room adds charm.
The front door of The Salty.
The cottage name is clearly shown.
The stairs up from the ground floor to the open plan living-room and Bedroom 1.
Looking from the front door (on the left) down to the main street and beach beyond.
The Clipper is just a short walk away, with a beachside terrace, it serves food all day - the breakfasts are wonderful.
Shaldon beach with Ness Head in the background.
Teignmouth is on the far side of the estuary.
The beach is a stone's throw away.
The view of Teignmouth and looking east from the top of Ness Head above Shaldon.
Middle Street at this end is not named so this is the entrance. The road is narrow so you might wish to unload quickly on the main street rather than take the car up, as you need to reverse out.
Boats on the beach in Shaldon.

The Salty


Shaldon / Sleeps 4 (no children under 8)

7 Nights from £359 - £780

Shaldon is a real gem, on the Teign estuary with higgledy piggledy streets, some excellent pubs and restaurants and a sandy beach. Just 150 yards from the shore is The Salty, tucked away down a narrow street and within easy walking distance of the beach and everything else the village has to offer. This terraced cottage is spread over three floors, with a downstairs shower-room and a delightful first floor double bedroom and open plan living-room with a Juliet balcony and an angled view of the water. On the second floor is another double bedroom, ideal for adults, with glimpses of the water. Although there is no garden, the beach is just strides away at the end of the lane.

High red cliffs, the deep colour of the soil in this part of Devon, rise above the village – and the coastal walks around here are quite spectacular. From the beach you can also take the small passenger ferry over to Teignmouth and spend a day exploring the other side of the river.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV/DVD player and ‘living-flame’ gas fire. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher

Bedroom 1 with double bed

Second Floor

Bedroom 2 with double bed

The steep stairs and three floors mean that The Salty is not suitable for young children or the less mobile.


  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road and public car park 150 yards
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 100 yds
  • Full gas-fired CH