6 Coastguard Cottage,
- Sleeps 6
- Bedrooms 3
- Short Breaks Yes
- Dogs allowed Yes (£25 each per week)
- Changeover day Saturday
- Property Code 6COAST
- Garden/Outside space
- Nearby beach
- Nearby shop
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Village location
- Designated parking
- Log burner
- Night storage or electric heating
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
- Non smoking
- Access statement available on request
Set in the most enviable position overlooking the sea and coast at Prawle Point, No. 6 Coastguard Cottage has spectacular sea views and provides comfortable but basic, no frills accommodation in a traditional coastguard cottage. Just a few steps away from the coastal footpath and adjoining National Trust land, it is hard to beat this totally unspoilt and peaceful location and the village of East Prawle with the lively Pig’s Nose Inn and local shop are both a short distance from the cottage. So pack the walking boots and bathing costumes and come to explore this beautiful area with its craggy cliff paths that dip down to secluded sandy coves. A woodburner stove means this house is cosy on the coldest and windiest days of the year, so this really is a perfect holiday destination for walkers, bird watchers and for fishing and family holidays. Whenever you come you know that you will be able to relax, unwind and enjoy the ever changing coastal panorama from the comfort of this lovely cottage.
Accommodation: Please Note that this cottage is only suitable for a maximum of 4 adults and 2 children and that TV reception is variable.
From rear yard door to fitted kitchen equipped with ceramic hob, oven under, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine. Cloakroom/shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin and WC. Comfortable lounge with log burner set in a feature brick hearth, sofa and 2 armchairs and TV with integral DVD and CD/radio. Dining room with table and chairs to seat 6, with stunning views of the coast and sea. Stairs up to a double bedroom with 4ft 6in double bed, wardrobe and great sea views to enjoy as you sip that early morning cuppa. Family bathroom with bath and hand held shower, hand basin, WC, heated towel rail and shaver point. Single bedroom with 3ft bed. Further steep stairs lead to a large attic bedroom with two 3ft single beds that can be pushed together to form a double bed, again with magnificent views of the coast and out to sea. A further foldaway bed, suitable for a child, is also available in the property, for use in attic room or at a squeeze in the single room.
A patio terrace outside the seaward side of the cottage, reached by crossing a communal cottage pathway has a table and chairs and steps that lead down to grassy areas of lawn. Barbecue provided.
Parking: For 1 car in adjacent parking area.
- Included: Duvets, pillows, (guests to provide their own bed linen and towels), cot, high chair, electricity and heating.
- Telephone with honesty box, for incoming and essential outgoing calls only. Mobile reception poor.
- Wi-Fi available.
- Local Facilities: Sandy beaches at East Portlemouth 2.5 miles. Horsley Cove half mile walk. VPigs Nose pub and Piglet cafe and shop (open March to end of October) 1 mile. Kingsbridge with all facilities 10 miles.
Please Note: Maximum of 4 adults in low and mid season.
- The coastline at East Prawle has many wonderful beaches and coves. It's got a colourful history with many local spots being used by smugglers throughout history.
- The Pigs Nose Inn is a wonderful traditional British pub, serving hearty meals and real ale straight from the cask. With 500 years of smugglers history, it's the perfect place for a drink after a
- The local village cafe and shop are in the centre of the village and can cater for all your basic needs, making renting a holiday cottage in East Prawle a relaxing and stress free time.
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