- Property code: 7HALW
- Changeover day: Friday
- Designated parking
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
- Near Beach
Halwell House consists of nine tastefully converted apartments, situated within this lovely former manor house. Dating back some 300 years, it occupies a lovely rural position within an area of outstanding natural beauty with numerous beaches nearby. Halwell House is an ideal spot for a family to enjoy a restful holiday and is within three-quarters of a mile (20 minutes walk) of the very pretty South Hams creekside village of South Pool, with its quaint thatched cottages and a stream that meanders past the Millbrook Inn (renowned for its good food) ending at the creek approximately 100 yards further on. Here you can amble along the footpath beside the water, but not at high tide!
Entrance with coat rack off main hall. Stairs up to inner hall. Large, comfortable sitting room with 3 seater leather chesterfield, 2 seater sofa and easy chair. TV, DVD. Dining area with table and chairs to seat 6 in comfort. Very small fitted kitchen with ceramic hob, built-under oven, extractor hood, microwave and fridge/freezer. (There is a shared utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer.). Two spacious bedrooms, each with loads of hanging and storage space; one with double bed, additional 2’ 6” single and en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC, the other with twin 3’ beds. Bathroom with bath (shower over) basin and WC.
The lovely grounds of the house are wonderful for both adults and children to explore and include a large level area, excellent for a game of croquet or badminton (please bring your own equipment) and a barbecue area.There are five acres of grounds (shared between the flats), with woods that have been opened up to reveal wonderful old original paved walks, stone walls, along with a pond.
Parking area adjacent to house.
- Included: Duvets, pillows, (NO BED LINEN AND TOWELS), electricity, heating (night storage and free standing back-up electric heaters). Wi-Fi
- No telephone, mobile reception poor.
- Local Facilities: Beach at Millbay 3 miles. Pub 0.75 miles, further pub, shop and excellent bakery at Frogmore approximately 1.5 miles. Kingsbridge 6.5 miles.
(Less than a mile)
A small pub in a beautiful setting serving excellent classic English pub food with a hint of French thrown in. Here you will find true seasonal field to plate eating using the best produce the local area has to offer accompanied by local ales and good quality French wines. Sunday roasts accompanied by live Jazz are especially popular.
Millbrook Inn South Pool, Kingsbridge TQ7 2RW (T: 01548 531581)
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The Millbrook Inn clear only wants rich adults to come and visit, its menu does not welcome children and this is a great shame.
Great pub, great atmosphere.
An interesting and different menu- think top end gastro pub. Lovely place to be, very friendly owners and helpful staff.
My husband and I ate at Millbrook tonight, absolutely beautiful meal and great service, thank you!
Lovely friendly and helpful staff. The best meal we had on holiday. Children were made to feel very welcome and a very reasonably priced children's menu.
Brilliant pub, friendly, fun staff, Charlie the landlord is working really hard to make this a great place for all to visit.
The Ashburton Arms
Friendly village pub with good food (try the steak on the rocks!)
The Globe Inn
A tastefully renovated village inn surrounded by beautiful countryside with a traditional restaurant and cosy bar both with open fires, and tranquil outdoor seating area with lovely views. Menus include well-cooked pub favourites along with daily specials, and regular barbeques are available for larger parties.
The Globe Inn Frogmore, Kingsbridge TQ7 2NR (T: 01548 531351)
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Food here we find is pretty good,nice clean well kept pub nice place. However don't get on the wrong side of the canadian landlady by asking to move tables.????...Fawlty Towers comes to mind.
Lovely pub and lovely landlords!! Three of us ate here over three nights and each meal was delicious and cooked to perfection. Would definitely recommed.
Friendly and helpful staff. We had a very nice meal here. Two young children with us and we were in an area to one side of the main bar, so it was not crowded and we were not rushed. A good selection on the menu. would definitey go back again.
The Crab Shed
A vibrant seafood restaurant on the water’s edge serving 100% hand-picked crab meat along with some of the finest fish and seafood delivered straight from the fishing boats. Expect relaxed dining in the contemporary restaurant with its waterside terrace overlooking Fish Quay.
The Crab Shed The Fish Quay, Salcombe TQ8 8DU (T: 01548 844280)
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Called in for lunch one Friday - lovely staff, nice food, although not the largest of portion sizes, but still lovely - would recommend and will return when in Salcombe next year
The Fortescue Inn
A traditional seaside pub and restaurant with great food, large sunny beer garden and friendly welcoming staff. Enjoy the fresh locally caught fish and seafood, or pizzas straight from the wood fired pizza oven.
The Fortescue Inn Union Street, Salcombe TQ8 8BZ (T: 01548 842868)
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A fabulous welcoming and friendly pub. We loved the pizzas here and ate here 3 times in 1 week as they were a lot more family friendly than the rest of the pubs in Salcombe. I really would recommend a visit here!
Extensive gin menu with suggested tonics and garnishes. Nice beer garden and excellent stone baked pizzas. Great spot for a sunny day!
Paper Bird Island
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Fantastic place to while away a few hours with the children entertained. The decoupage was really good and prices pretty reasonable.
The kids loved it here, really creative and a great rainy day activity
Yawl & Launch Hire Salcombe
Hiring a traditional Salcombe Yawl or launch is a fabulous way to explore the Salcombe estuary taking in the beaches and wildlife along the way. The Salcombe Yawl is an attractive 16ft dingy unique to Salcombe suitable for racing or cruising with the family, or alternatively, less experienced sailors can hire a sturdier harbour launch with inboard engine to potter from beach to beach. Both are available on a weekly basis along with everything you need to have and enjoyable yet safe time on the water. Sailing tuition in a Salcombe Yawl, or leisurely skippered sails around the harbour are also available in the safe hands of experienced local sailor Scratch Hitchen.
Yawl & Launch Hire Salcombe (T: 01548 561619 M: 07966 840436)
Salcombe Dinghy Sailing
Sea n Shore
A super friendly water sports company offering RYA courses, events and family friendly days out on the water around Salcombe. A popular choice is the thrilling Fast Rib Ride, a 75 minute 007 style high speed rib ride taking in the magnificent South Devon coastline and its wildlife. Or groups can try the exciting half day treasure hunts where teams are challenged to carry out fun tasks culminating in a raft race. Other options include more relaxing rib rides up the Salcombe estuary taking in lunch and drinks, coasteering trips, wakeboarding, water skiing and banana boat rides.
Sea n Shore are very flexible and can tailor courses and activities to your requirements. They can also provide lunch time hampers, or decadent cream teas with champagne to enjoy on your day out.
Sea n Shore (T: 01548 842276 M: 07713 745609)
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Had a brilliant ride on the RIB. Saw seals out near Start Point and the remains of the lost village of Hallsands. Good information and great fun on the boat. Suitable for kids and adults
We had a brilliant time on the fast rib with Sea and Shore. Great fun and an amazing way to see the coastline.
Accessed either by boat, via a 10-minute walk through the woods from parking at Mill Bay, or a stroll from the Salcombe to East Portlemouth Ferry, Sunny Cove is a sandy beach which, as you might expect, catches the sun throughout the day, weather pending. It’s on the East Portlemouth side of the Salcombe Estuary opposite North Sands beach and Fort Charles, the ruined fortification that was originally constructed during the reign of Henry VIII to defend the Kingsbridge Estuary against French and Spanish Pirates. It’s a relatively gentle spot for swimming and ideal for picnics, lazy summer afternoons, and reaching on kayaks and paddle boards from other nearby beaches as well as being the perfect spot for building sandcastles. That said, the tide can come in quite quickly so make sure you don’t get caught out and be careful of the swell when bringing boats into the beach. Head there for the day in the summer or as a stop off en route to the café at Gara Rock or a longer walk along the coast path towards Prawle Point. Dogs are welcome all year round but keep in mind that there aren’t any facilities in the immediate vicinity (it would be a 10-15-minute walk along wooded footpaths) so take your sandwiches with you!
Gara Rock Beach
North Sands, Salcombe
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Superb safe and stunningly picturesque
Gorgeous, just stunning! Brilliant beach, fabulous cafe (Winking Prawn) and good priced car park! Love, love, love it!!
South Sands, Salcombe
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A beautiful sandy beach that is superb for children as you have to go out quite a way before the water gets deep. Water sports available. Access is via very narrow lanes so be prepared to reverse and parking is very limited.