In Branscombe, on a quiet lane less than ½ mile from the beach and Coast Path and yards from one of the popular pubs, a neat cottage in a small terrace of three. Surrounded by National Trust land with lovely long views from most rooms and excellent walking from the door, the cottage has been enjoyed by the owners family as their own holiday home; a recent revamp brings a smart modern feel with the occasional characterful retro touch.
From the private drive (lockable storage area) to the rear, gentle slope to tiled steps up to landing (table/chairs) and front door to lobby (fridge-freezer). Country-style kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washer-drier, microwave, larder fridge, electric oven), full of light with big picture window and those views. Smart living room (smart TV/DVD, wireless music system). Upstairs (stairgate), three bedrooms - a double and two snug twins (limited space around beds); bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Alternative entrance via lane with 2 steps up to back door. The beach and pubs are an easy stroll from this handy heart-of-village location with beautiful surroundings.
Branscombe: one of the prettiest villages on the south coast (church, two excellent pubs, licensed restaurant, thatched cottages) with a fine pebbly beach, located at the meeting of two valleys or combes. Sidmouth (seaside town), 3 miles. Lyme Regis (lovely seaside harbour town) and famous 'Jurassic' fossil coast, 10 miles.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin. Country-style kitchen with dining area, sitting room. Bathroom with bath, shower-over, basin and WC. Cloakroom on ground floor with WC and basin.
BRANSCOMBE Sidmouth 5.6 miles. Branscombe is located at the meeting point of two valleys, home to a collection of thatched cottages that lead the way to the sea, and the village is believed to be the longest in England. A number of historic buildings are worth noting; the Old Bakery and Forge, both National Trust properties, are just some of which can be found nearby. Branscombe Mouth has a beach with good parking facilities, a licensed restaurant complete with thatched roof and a wealth of rock pools just waiting to be searched for crabs and other sea creatures. Why not take a trip out to Sidmouth and the surrounding countryside where you’ll find a great range of attractions and activities to entertain the whole family, including a visit to the Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary with over 500 rescue donkeys to see. World of Country Life is just a few miles away and is an award winning family day out.
This property offers the following short breaks: