- Property code: HEYBRO
- Changeover day: Friday
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Access statement available
- Near beach
- Central heating
- Parking (see description for details)
- Discount for small parties
- Garden or outside space
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Short breaks available
- Washing machine
*This great detached property by the sea is new for this summer! *
Heybrook House is a fabulous three-storey detached property standing prominently in Heybrook Bay, a small cove only a few steps from the door on the South Devon coast. A wonderful location for walkers and beachcombers, being directly on the South West Coastal Path, the bay is also a perfect spot for rock pooling, paddling and swimming. Providing dramatic scenery at any time of year, this area of coastline is stunning, yet within an easy drive of the city of Plymouth, Dartmoor and the popular beaches of the nearby South Hams.
Please Note: The rear terrace has a steep unfenced drop, children must be supervised.
Ground floor: Large dual fronted lounge with sofas and armchairs, smart TV and radio, with views towards the sea. Archway to the dining area with dining table to seat eight, dresser and glazed door to the kitchen. Well equipped kitchen with ample storage, electric cooker with double oven and ceramic hob, microwave, large integrated fridge freezer, access to terrace and gardens. Glazed door to First Floor: Bedroom 1: Double bedroom with 4ft 6in bed, wardrobes and drawers. Bedroom 2: Master bedroom with sea views and 5ft king sized bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Interconnecting single room/snug furnished with a standard cot and single futon. Family bathroom with bath and shower over, pedestal basin and radiator. Separate WC. Access on this level to rear cloakroom and outside terraces and sun terrace with bistro table (steep unfenced drop, children must be supervised). Steps lead up to parking area, and down to rear kitchen entrance. Steps lead up to utility room, with washing machine, ample space for storing sports gear and wet suits. Second floor: Bedroom 3: Double bedroom with 4ft 6in bed, wardrobe with drawers, sea views. Bedroom 4: Single bedroom with 3ft bed, chest of drawers and hanging hooks, sea view. Bedroom 5: Single bedroom with 3ft bed, slimline wardrobe and chest of drawers. Family bathroom with bath and shower over, pedestal basin and WC
The property is surrounded on various levels by gravelled terraces and shrubs, with garden furniture and covered verandah to the side of the property.
Private parking space for two cars adjoining the property, from which steps lead down to the house.
- Bed linen and towels (not beach towels) standard cot, high chair and two stair gates, Wifi, electricity and gas central heating.
- Pets: 1 well behaved pet welcome. Pet Charge: £30.00 per pet per week
- Beach: 200 metres, Wembury 3 miles Shop: Down Thomas, post office 1.5 miles, Wembury 3 miles
- Pub: The Eddystone Inn, 200 metres. The Mussell, 1.5miles
- Golf: Staddiscombe 3 miles Town: City of Plymouth 5 miles
- Please Note: The rear terrace has a steep unfenced drop, children must be supervised.
A lovely house suitable for all, highly recommend to anyone.
Yes, great location for walking and exploring south devon
(Less than a mile)
Great pub, great food and superb location. Good menu choice Perfect for sitting outside admiring the view and gets sunshine for most of the day
Nice selection of beers and ciders. Did not have time to eat there
Langdon Court Hotel & Restaurant
A stunning 16th century manor house hotel, with bar and award winning restaurant open to non- residents for lunch, dinner and high tea. All meals are beautifully presented and served either in the candlelit restaurant or less formal brasserie.
Langdon Court Hotel & Restaurant Adam’s Lane, Down Thomas, Plymouth PL9 0DY
The Old Mill Cafe
A friendly National Trust owned café with lovely views over Wembury beach. A great spot to enjoy a coffee, ice cream or light meal after a walk along the coast of during a day spent at the beach.
The Old Mill Café Church Road, Wembury PL9 0HP (T: 01752 863280)
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Fabulous and well priced cafe offering a variety of hot and cold food Cream teas are amazing!
Great location by a lovely beach. Friendly staff willing to make fresh sandwiches.
Perfect place for afternoon tea.
Lovely little café, we loved sitting outside with our coffee and pasty watching everyone enjoying themselves on the beach. highly recommended. August 17
This lovely cafe has a great position overlooking the beach. Nice food and good coffee.
The Odd Wheel
A warm and cosy family-friendly pub just a short distance from Wembury beach, with two bars and a restaurant serving an extensive menu including good Sunday roasts. Outside there is a large sunny decked area with tables and a kids play area.
The Odd Wheel Knighton Road, Wembury PL9 0JD (T: 01752 863052)
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We have visited this pub on numerous occasions, for lunch. It is a very dog friendly pub, with dogs only allowed in the lounge bar/beer garden. The menu is varied. The portions are excellent. The food is very tasty and generous. The staff are polite and efficient. The beers are well kept. There is a decent size car park at the back/side. There is also a decent size beer garden - which was a lovely sun trap.
Nice pub, a tiring walk from Heybrook Bay especially in the heat. Good menu and dog friendly Shame it is not near the coast as would have visited more
We loved this pub, the landlady and regulars were absolutely lovely to us, so friendly and caring. the landlady even helped us when our car broke down by letting us use their phone to call the RAC and drove my husband to meet the mechanic. Even my 14 year old son loved it as the locals and the landlady would entertain him by playing darts. The food is outstanding well worth the visits they made our holiday.
The Ship Inn - Noss Mayo
A pretty waterside pub where children can paddle in the water and yachtsmen tie up their boats outside. Here you can enjoy local beers and fresh homemade food, whilst enjoying the view over the Yealm estuary.
The Ship Inn Noss Mayo, Plymouth PL8 1EW (T: 01752 872387)
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Congratulations to the owners family and staff for providing a wonderful dining experience every evening of our week at a nearby cottage (Toll House) its very rare to have good food, service and a very friendly atmosphere. Well done everyone. Terry & Wendy DODD.
Great location, nice outside space, very good food, excellent service and a good selection of local beer. What more could you want!
Beautiful food, dog friendly and a welcoming atmosphere. Highly recommend
Always have a great meal here and staff very friendly and helpful.
Had a lovely Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve 2018 and they even managed to fit us in early evening without an advance reservation so that was very impressive. My husband had venison which he pronounced a bit chewy. On another occasion we both had fish & chips which were a bit greasy unfortunately. Great atmosphere and location.
Excellent food and good service. Great local beer.
They just get it right, great service, great food perfectly cooked & presented with no pretentious twaddle. Oh & it's consistent, every time we come back the standards are maintained.
We've been going to The Ship Inn for many years now - always great food and friendly, helpful staff. We went five times on this trip!
Would recommend this place, superb food and a fantastic venue. You can walk across the river at low tide, much cheaper then the ferry at £3:50 for 100 metres per person, each way!
We’ve eaten at the Ship many times over the years, and the food has always been excellent, and the location is just gorgeous (but careful where you park when the tide’s coming in!)
Super Sunday lumch...walkable from The Swan in Niss Mayo and also The Dolphin in Bewton Ferrars at low tide. Amaxing rosdt di ners ans fabous burger and chips and fush and chips tremendous. Lovelt staff. Dog friendly.
Beautiful setting very friendly slightly more expensive than your average local but worth it ! Food excellent and just a lovely traditional pub with an idyllic position
Great pub and friendly and accommodating staff. Great to be able to choose small snacks or large meals at any time.
I had a lovely meal of fish beautifully cooked and the staff were very friendly.
Great pub with a wonderful location. Food was lovely, staff super friendly & efficient. Maybe a little bit pricey but well worth it.
Lovely staff and good food
Superb food, views, friendly staff, ambiance wonderful.
Consistently excellent food and friendly staff
We ate here three times in the week we stayed in Noss Mayo. The food was delicious and the portions very generous on each visit. The views from the upstairs dining area are to die for. However, most importantly, we found all the staff charming and efficient despite often being very busy. We look forward to a return visit soon.
Very friendly, good food, good service
Excellent food and service.
Great Pub/Restaurant, we went there four times to eat in our stay. The food was excellent and they had a good selection of beers and wines. All the staff were welcoming and friendly and make the visits a pleasure. Will definitely return next year.
We went to the Ship, 3 times during our 1 week stay in Noss Mayo. What a fabulous place to eat. A great menu, something for everyone and a wonderful atmosphere. They've got the balance right between a good welcoming pub and a great restaurant. Superb
Good pub food with attentive service
Great pub, brilliant location - just watch out for the tide if parking on the beach!
Boat trips departing Noss Mayo or Newton Ferrers with local wildlife enthusiast and angler, Jonathan Rundle. Explore the the local coast and estuary from the beautiful River Yealm observing bird and marine life, as well as the stunning scenery. Maximum 4 passengers, fishing opportunities available on request.
Click here for futher details or contact Jon Rundle on 07377 138690
The popularity of SUP, or Stand Up Paddle Boarding, in the last few years has been fast growing and with good reason. The sport is a beautiful way to cruise along the coast, glide up the estuary, or catch some waves in a versatile and accessible activity that you can make as challenging or relaxing as you wish. With SUP Rental you can have lessons to get the basics or brush up on your skills, join a paddle board evening for a group jaunt, or simply hire your equipment and head off out yourselves with family or friends (they deliver to much of SE Cornwall, so you can have one delivered to your holiday home). The friendly company was established by Reuben and Lucy, who are both watersports enthusiasts and are eager to share their passion for this lovely sport. Click here for further details
Stand Up PaddleBoard rental based in Newton Ferrers. Make the most of Devon’s beautiful coastline and waterways during your holiday on a high quality SUP. Offering a range of boards to suit your needs and free delivery to PL8 properties.
Click here for further details or call 07738 447913
Enjoy 10% off board rental with your Toad Hall Cottages Discount Card
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We loved the boards and would definitely recommend SwellHunter if you are on holiday in Newton Ferrers, thanks!
As my first time paddle boarding I had such an amazing experience on the river Yealm. I’m totally hooked and will certainly use Swell Hunter again! Maybe we’ll even buy our own.
Great service, we had such a brilliant time on the water, can’t wait to do it again next time we stay.
We had a fantastic time on the PaddleBoards - really made our holiday, Thanks!
Brilliant boards, friendly service and delivered to our door!
Set in a beautiful location overlooking the sea at the tip of Plymouth Hoe and voted one of the top 10 best outdoor pools in Europe, Tinside Lido is an attraction not to be missed. Open during the Summer months this fantastic outdoor salt water swimming pool offers beautiful surroundings in which to swim, sunbathe and watch the world go by.
Click here for further details
National Marine Aquarium
The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth is the Nation’s largest aquarium as well as being a charity organisation, and as such has an extremely exciting and prevalent role to play in driving marine conservation. Alongside the tourist attraction they run learning programmes for more than 30,000 children each year, have a consultancy branch and host events from weddings to birthdays and corporate functions as well. While you’re on holiday in South Devon, however, you will be more interested to know that this underwater world of discovery has the largest native exhibition in the UK exploring all the fish you have heard of and rarer varieties as well. In addition to British beauties there’s an Atlantic Ocean tank with large Nurse Sharks, sand tiger sharks and lemon sharks as well as ray and clownfish. The Aquarium has a café on site, is open daily, and has a variety of ticket types available for families, students and senior citizens.
Click here for futher details
Enjoy 10% off admission price with your Toad Hall Cottages Discount Card
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Very expensive to enter and we walked around the entire place in less than an hour.
A sand and shingle beach with boats to hire, rockpools to explore and safe swimming, Cawsand village beach is similar to neighbouring Kingsand but is the larger of the two beaches. Historically a smuggling village, 17th century Cawsand retains its narrow streets, pretty cottages and traditional pubs making it popular with visitors during the summer months .
With fabulous views across Plymouth Sound, Kingsand beach is a sheltered sand and shingle beach on the Rame Peninsula in East Cornwall, perfect for beachlovers of all ages. In the heart of the traditional fishing village of Kingsand, the beach is backed by narrow streets of fishermans cottages and the famous Kingsand Clocktower as well as several cafes and pubs to choose from. Dogs allowed all year, no lifeguard cover.
One of South Devon’s quieter beaches, Mothecombe is a large and unspoiled, privately owned stretch of sand that’s open every day, all year round. Having won an award from the Marine Conservation Society for its clean sea and sand, you can be assured that relaxing here and pottering about in the water is going to be a happy, healthy and pleasant experience for all in this sheltered corner of Devon. For those wanting to try out water sports, Mothecombe offers the ideal conditions for windsurfing, kayaking, body boarding and generally enjoying the water, particularly for beginners as it’s a comparatively gentle environment in which to give it a go. Given its pristine nature, it will probably come as no surprise that dogs are not allowed on the beach in high season, so keep an eye out for signs for more information, but best to steer clear with furry friends from May to September. There is a car park from which you can access the beach down a narrow path, so it’s not ideal for wheelchair users, but is otherwise conveniently close by. There’s also a tea house in the car park for drinks and snacks and there are toilets nearby as well, so pending the tides you can spend a good day here enjoying the natural scenery and all the fun that it brings with it, whether that’s for the whole family, on a romantic afternoon in the summer sun, or simply enjoying the peace and quiet of this less populated park of the coastline.
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Lovely beach but cafe was being renovated and we were gasping for a cuppa
A 3 mile stretch of perfect sand located between Rame Head and Portwrinkle, this is possibly one of the best beaches in this part of Cornwall. It is worth noting though that there are dangerous rip currents, and although there is lifeguard cover May-September, swimming here can be dangerous. Access to the beach is via steep cliff paths, unsuitable for wheelchairs or pushcharis from car parks at either end. The easiest access is from the car park near Tregantle Fort leading to Long Sands beach. The other car park is located near Sharrow Point and leads down to Freathy and Tregonhawke Beach. Dog allowed all year round.
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Glorious beach at the mouth of the Erme. Narrow lanes and very limited parking. No toilets, cafes etc - wonderful! Turning circle for cars just before the beach but expect to have to reverse back up the access lane to allow cars that are leaving to go back. A nightmare on Bank Holidays - parking almost impossible and expect to have to negotiate very tight spaces.
Lovely beach but bit of a trek for little ones