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Beachside Cottage

Sleeps 4
2 dogs
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom

A peaceful retreat, perfect to re-charge! From the courtyard garden enjoy stunning views to the estuary and sea.. Ground Floor:

Living room: With gas coal-effect fire, satellite Smart TV, DVD player with a selection of DVDs, DAB radio, CD player, bluetooth stereo speakers and wooden floor.

Dining room: With wooden floor.

Kitchen: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.

Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.

Steep stairs to...

First Floor:

Bedroom 1: With double bed.

Bedroom 2: With twin beds.. Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Enclosed courtyard garden with garden furniture. On road parking; additional public car park, at cost. No smoking.. In the heart of Shaldon village, and just an easy stroll to the local shops, pubs and restaurants, this quaint, character, semi-detached fisherman’s cottage, with beams and bay windows, is furnished and decorated to a very good standard. The cottage also has a private courtyard garden with views of the estuary and sea, ideal for al-fresco dining. The on road parking in the village is sometimes limited and has restrictions. The village car park is 600 yards away, along the beach side, at cost. Shaldon is a picturesque seaside village nestling at the mouth of the River Teign, a river renowned for its cockles, mussels and salmon. If you enjoy the water, the river, beach and estuary will delight you, not to mention the famous Shaldon ferry which crosses the river to Teignmouth throughout the day. Children will love the sandy beaches and Smugglers Tunnel. Adults and children alike will enjoy the botanical gardens and small zoo, and no visit would be complete without a traditional Devon cream tea. Visitors to Shaldon will always remember the quaint cottages, narrow streets, village shops and a great choice of restaurants, cafés and inns. Teignmouth can be found across the river, Newton Abbot and Torquay are 5 miles away, Dartmoor, with its superb rugged scenery, is only 12 miles, and a little further, Exeter is 14 miles. From Torquay, take a trip to the theatre, or see the penguins wandering freely at Living Coasts. Exeter and Newton Abbot racecourses, several golf courses, family theme parks, Paignton Zoo, sailing and fishing are all within easy reach. Enjoy the wild beauty of Dartmoor National Park, with its abundance of wildlife and dramatic landscapes, or take advantage of the many walking opportunities along the coastal paths. Numerous National Trust properties are close by including Agatha Christie’s Greenway. Steam trains travel from Kingswear to Paignton and Totnes to Buckfastleigh. Visit historic Dartmouth with its naval history, castle and bustling boat harbour. The South Devon Coast will be on your doorstep. Enjoy a variety of events throughout the year, including fêtes, classical and folk music festivals, the Water Carnival and Shaldon Regatta in August. Beach café 25 yards. Shops, pubs and restaurants 200 yards.

The stairs at this property are steep. Up to two dogs only.


Satellite TV
Garden / Patio
Walk-In Shower
Golf Nearby
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Washing Machine


“Lovely location. Comfortable accommodation. Nice touch thoughtful goodies on arrival.Only thing against is that the bedroom curtains arent lined, so it was complete daylight at 4:30 am! Had to buy eye mask. Could also do with new pillows as they were quite flat.”
— Peggy, 19 June 2022
“We really enjoyed our stay and wouldnt have changed a single thing!”
— Ant, 31 October 2021
“Thoroughly enjoyed the cottage amenities and situation Could have stayed for ever”
— Julia, 24 September 2021
“This is a hidden gem! Going to Sheldon is like stepping back in time for all the right reasons! The village itself has everything you need the local (independent) grocery store is fantastic. There's still a good choice of restaurants and a great fish & chip takeaway, and there are three sections of beach to choose from the closest section is right by the cottage and is more for exploring then sitting down; then you have the sandy beach for sunbathing, and beyond that is a rockpool section great for crabbing. A short walk away, you'll find a smugglers tunnel, and the smallest zoo in the UK. The cottage itself is small, but well thought out. You have great views across the estuary from the first floor. Unusually in Shaldon, it has a lovely little outdoor courtyard that also has a great view, and perfect for eating outside. The sitting room is comfy; the kitchen is well stocked and the dining room is fine for 4 people. The location couldn't be any better it's central but private on a small lane that's impassable for cars, so feels safe for the kids to wander about and head down to the shore. It's only 5 mins walk to the Teignmouth Shaldon ferry, with more restaurants, a big games arcade and shops & banks you don't have in Shaldon. On that point, the cash machine has recently been removed from Shaldon, so you might want to bring some cash especially if you plan to use the ferry. In terms of getting there, Shaldon isn't much of a run after Exeter, so although it certainly feels you're in the West Country, it's not the huge journey that you'd find if you were to be travelling to, say, St Ives. Even having lived in Taunton much of my life, it's easy to forget how long it takes to reach Cornwall.We had a really magical time, and there were tears when we left needless to say we've already booked up for next year!”
— Mike, 14 September 2021
“Excellent location in a beautiful abs very friendly village. The cottage was perfect and proved and excellent, and very comfortable, base for our holiday. The dogs loved being so near the estuary beach (about ten steps away from it!) and had great fun swimming daily. The locals were very welcoming, friendly and helpful.Would highly recommend both the cottage and location”
— Kat, 15 July 2021


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