- Property code: LITTLC
- Changeover day: Friday
- Nearby shop
- Designated parking
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Discount for small parties
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Real fire
- Short Breaks available
- Central heating
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
- Near Beach
This light and airy south facing cottage is located in the little hamlet of St Anne’s Chapel, a couple of miles from the sandy beaches of Bigbury on Sea in South Devon. Little Coombe is perfect for either those who love the coast for the beaches in the summer or those who enjoy some of the spectacular walks to be had a short distance from the cottage in the quieter seasons. Originally two cottages it provides plenty of comfortable living space with a sunny patio and garden overlooking fields with views of the sea in the distance. Presented in a fresh contemporary style it has a spacious sitting room with woodburner set in an Inglenook fireplace. The cottage is ideally located on the crossroads of the main artery road to the coast and provides a perfect base for exploring the picturesque South Hams and there are plenty of invigorating and spectacular walks along the nearby South West coastal path or the pretty Avon estuary, both under 15 minutes walk away. As an added convenience an excellent village shop with an exceptional range of products, including an olive bar and wide selection of cheeses, is just a few yards away from the cottage. Please note: The bunk bedroom is suitable for children and young teenagers only.
From the parking area, front door into a hallway with coat hooks and shoe rack. Oak flooring throughout ground floor and sunny sitting room with woodburner stove set in inglenook fireplace, bay window overlooking the garden, two sofas and two occasional chairs, 32in LCD TV with Freeview and DVD. French doors to patio. Dining room with inglenook fireplace and dining table and chairs to seat 8. French doors to patio. Archway to modern shaker style kitchen equipped with an electric ceramic hob with oven under, fridge and separate freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Door to lane running behind the house. Downstairs cloakroom at bottom of stairs with hand basin and WC. Stairs to landing running the width of the cottage. Bedroom 1, 4ft 6in double bed, hanging recess, chest of drawers and Juliet balcony with country and distant sea views. Bedroom 2 with 3ft bunk beds, suitable for children and young teenagers only) chest of drawers and hanging rail. Family bathroom with bath, electric shower over, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Bedroom 3 with two 3ft single beds, 2 chests of drawers and hanging rail. Bedroom 4 with 4ft 6in double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and country and distant sea views.
From the sitting or dining room French doors open onto a sunny patio. Steps up to a lawn bordered by a low Devon Bank with a decked area furnished with garden table and chairs. (Please note that the low Devon bank that separates the garden from fields will not constitute a barrier for inquisitive young children or dogs).
For up to two family sized cars or three small cars.
- Included: Bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi, central heating (oil) and electricity. Travel cot and high chair available on request.
- Pets: One well behaved dog welcome to be kept downstairs. Pet charge £25.00 per week.
- Telephone: No telephone. Public telephone 20 metres.
- Local Facilities: Beaches at Bigbury on Sea 2 miles, Wonwell 2 miles, Ayrmer Cove 2 miles. Many other South Devon beaches easily accessible by car. Restaurant, The Pickwick Inn, in the village serving contemporary Italian food, Oyster Shack seafood restaurant 1 mile. Shop 20 metres. Bigbury Golf Club (play and pay) 1.5miles. Kingsbridge 5 miles. Modbury 3 miles.
Overall this is a quaint traditional cottage providing more than adequate living acomodation for a party of 8. However, as this is the 3rd Toad Hall Cottage we have stayed in this cottage and its facilities appear to lack the personal touches and TLC of previous accomodation. For example no cleaning products were provided, general cleanliness on arrival disapointing (oven was dirty and there was dirt under rug.) While the cottage affords easy access to excellent beaches and walks and amenities ie the local shop and pub. The downside of the location being situated on a busy junction with speeding passing trafic throughout the day and night. May we sugest this is highlighted in the description. The outside garden was lovely and the decking is a real suntrap. The bathroom facilities were excellent for the size of the party. All things considered we had an enjoyable holiday, but feel these suggestions are important.
We really liked the character of the cottage and the location was great, the very nice pub opposite and the handy shop were a real bonus even though normally I wouldn't have chosen to be as close.
Our third time at Little Coombe, really enjoy, cottage well equipped, the shop is very useful being right next door, and well stocked. Cannot think of anything that wasn't good!
The book about Devon for children and recommendations of beaches were very helpful.
Thank you for your feedback, which we have passed to the owner and caretaker & hope that you enjoyed your stay in Devon. From the Toad Hall Team
- The Toad Hall Team
We had a wonderful holiday at Little Coombe. It's in a fantastic location - near to beaches, a golf course, good walks and a stone's throw from a lovely village shop and pub. Perfect.
This was our first use of Toad Hall Cottages and found the staff very helpful and friendly . Cottage was very clean and well furnished
A really lovely, homely cottage. So near to the beach, a great shop and pub across the road.
My name is William Shaw and myself and my friends have just recently been staying at Little Coombe. On behalf of everyone who stayed I would just like to say a huge Thank You! We had a great time, loved the cottage and the position it was in and will no doubt come back at some point in the future! Thank you very much again. Will.
There is a lovely view and we would live here permanently if we could. We discovered the village shop over the road and it's amazing â€“ it puts our village shop to shame.
Lovely holiday â€“ lots of good walks for the dogs and the WiFi excellent extra bonus. Excellent food at the local pub, we would come back to the cottage again
We had a lovely week here and the weather could not have been better. The garden was fantastic and had the sun on it most of the day. We loved the beaches nearby. We would undoubtedly come back to Little Coombe and to Bigbury
Perfect spot for family with dogs (except access around back of garage/shed direct onto road. Lovely house and gardens for summer eveings Great accessibility to local shop and pub - literally yards away, just across the roads. Would go back again in a heartbeat.