Cob Cottage

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Thurlestone

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Key Information:
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Short Breaks No
  • Pets allowed Yes (£25 each per week)
  • Changeover day Friday
  • Property Code COBTH
  • Garden/Outside space
Features:
  • Nearby beach
  • Nearby shop
  • Nearby pub or restaurant
  • Village location
  • Designated Parking
  • WiFi
  • Open fire
  • Garden or Outside space
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing Machine
  • Non Smoking
  • Security Deposit
  • Nearby golf facilities

 

Cob Cottage is a quintessential chocolate box thatched 14th Century cottage set in the heart of the ever popular village of Thurlestone, South Devon which has to be one of the best places for a seaside holiday on Devon’s south coast. This fantastic cottage is located in the old part of the village, a short walk from the village shop and pub and is just a 15 minute stroll from the beautiful sandy beaches and the splendid coastal path that stretches from Bantham and the Avon Estuary to the great cliffs at Bolt Head before Salcombe. Cob Cottage is a treasure, with an abundance of character, masses of exposed beams and brimming with artefacts, pictures, books and comfortable furniture. More shabby than chic but a real favourite with returning holidaymakers who love its relaxed home from home atmosphere. It enjoys a lovely garden at the rear together with its own parking bay, which is something of a premium in this village.

"Thank you for letting us stay at your wonderful cottage. We have had the most truly amazing holliday..The scones and jam on arrival..ready for a nice cuppa were very welcome after a long journey. Also thanks to the housekeeper who we met on arrival, very helpful and pleasant. We would love to come and stay again"  The Thornhill Family

Accommodation:

Stable door leads into the spacious living rooms that extend the length of the cottage and are divided by a huge open fire, but open to the different areas. Slate floored dining room with a circular dining table to seat 6, an under stairs cupboard houses a drinks fridge and the room’s central fireplace opens on two sides to both the dining and sitting areas. Two steps up to the large sitting room, flat screen TV with Freeview, two curved sofas, chairs, masses of books, fine pictures and furniture. The well equipped kitchen is full of character, with tiled surfaces, an oil fired Rayburn (winter use only), a electric hob with built-under oven, flat screen TV and farmhouse table. Door from here to a roomy utility room with large fridge/freezer, dishwasher and steps up to the rear door. A utility room outside houses a washing machine. Central stairs lead up to an upstairs second sitting room with a large sofa. Flatscreen TV with DVD. Large double bedroom with 5ft bed and fitted pine cupboards. Twin bedroom with 3ft pine beds. 2nd double bedroom with 5ft pine bedstead and chest of drawers.  Family Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.

Outside:

From the utility room leads a stable door to the rear of the cottage with paved patio area and an outside WC. Steps up from here to the enclosed, private garden with garden furniture. Washing line. Please note: there is a pond (empty) at the top of the garden.

Parking: To one side of the cottage, off the village road, is a parking area for two small cars (or one large), cars need to reverse into this space, one behind the other. Further on road parking.

Features:

  • Included: Bed linen (not towels), WiFi, cot, high chair, initial basket of logs, electricity and heating (Rayburn, panel heaters and open fire).
  • Security Deposit: £200.
  • Pets: Well behaved dogs very welcome.
  • Telephone: No telephone.  Mobile reception poor.
  • Local Facilities: Beach 750 metres. Post Office and shop 200 metres. Pub 100 metres. Salcombe 5 miles. Kingsbridge 4 miles.

 

Thurlestone

  • Thurlestone Golf Course is ideally located for those who love to play a round and welcomes visitors to relax and unwind.
  • The Village Inn serves food and drink daily and has a wonderful, welcoming atmosphere for anyone who wishes to relax and unwind.
  • Thurlestone is well catered for with a village shop and post office offering all the things you may need for a self catered holiday in South Devon.

South Devon

  • Whether you’re kite surfing, paddleboarding or wild swimming, South Devon provides fantastically scenic opportunities for trying out all sorts of adventure sports.

  • Relax on a South Devon Railway steam train ride up the picturesque Dart valley from Buckfastleigh to Totnes.

  • Walk the miles of stunning South West Coast Path with your four-legged friend, stopping off in quaint villages and deserted coves.

  • Sailors love Dartmouth and Salcombe, but there are plenty of shops and pubs for the landlubbers.

Devon

  • Visit the moors and tors of the National Parks: Dartmoor dominates the heart of the county whilst Exmoor hugs the North Devon coast.

  • Devon boasts Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, steeped in seafaring history, or for a spot of retail therapy why not visit historic Exeter.

  • You’ll feel closer to nature whilst in Devon, but if you fancy a more exotic experience, try Paignton Zoo or the National Marine Aquarium for great family days out.

  • Explore the quaint villages, miles of beaches and walk the coast path in South Devon, making sure you stop off for a cream tea en route!

Property reviews for Cob Cottage

Rated 5/5 based on 1 reviews

overall the whole experience was straight forward and trouble free would and have already recommended Toad Hall to family and friends


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