- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
11 Customer Review(s)
The owner was very nice and helpful.
The owner was very nice and helpful.- Mr Holford, September 2020
“The owner was very welcoming and helpful a lovely part of Devon accommodation was lovely.”- Mrs Cross, July 2020
“Little Skypen is an absolutely delightful place for a relaxing and peaceful holiday, in a beautiful and unspoilt coastal village with cliff top walks and secluded coves a short distance away.”- Mrs Daniel, August 2019
“Cosy accommodation and nice owner in a lovely village.”
It was situated behind the church and the lane leading to it was covered in beautiful wild flowers. Our only problem was the wi-fi code did not work.Very minor problem.The local pub did a lovely roast dinner. Nearby in St Anne's chapel has a shop a another decent pub that does standard pub grub. Would recommend and happily stay again.- Ms Hull, June 2019
Thank you for taking the time to respond to our feedback request for your recent stay at Little Scypen. We are sorry to hear that you had a problem with the WIFI. We have checked with other guests and we shall investigate. We are always available if there is a problem. We are pleased that you had a wonderful time at Little Scypen, despite the minor problem you had with the WIFI and look forward to welcoming you back in the future. Owner relations
“It’s a lovely little place.”
With all the immoderate necessities, including tumble dryer. Which we found very useful! The owner is very kind and always there to help with any questions. Beautiful village with its original character definitely worth visiting. There are 3 bays situated approx 20-30 mins walk or drive 5 mins. Definitely recommend it.- Mr Pilkington, June 2019
“Just come back from a short may half term stay.”
Lovely lady, very helpful and accommodating, showed us her lovely garden and told us the ideas on which helped create it and on a wet day let us play table tennis in her home. She was able to tell us some great places that were worth a visit nearby. Place very clean and comfy, lovely to hear how she and her husband created their beautiful home together. Lovely touch of a bottle of wine to welcome us on arrival. Would recommend and would stay again.- Mrs Brettle, May 2019
“Peaceful with nice gardens.”- Mr Burnett, April 2019
“Beautiful and quiet place to stay and well situated for visiting much of Devon and Cornwall.”
However, it is unwise to bring a large vehicle with you as the country lanes around are very narrow as is the entrance to the property.- Mrs Ianos, September 2018
“The accommodation was perfect for us - comfortable, well-equipped and very private, in a beautiful setting.”
The outstanding memory will be looking at the sunset over the sea from the top of the drive, and also the inspirational garden of Scypen itself, which the owner so kindly showed us.- Mr Daniel, August 2018
“Little Scypen is a delightful property in a peaceful and beautiful village.”
The furnishings are homemade and are wonderfully unique and charming. Likewise, the owner’s garden is lovely and has novel points of interest. The owner made us very welcome, ensuring we had that everything we needed, but did not intrude on our privacy. Ringmore is a lovely village in a great location, with wildlife in abundance. There are plenty of walking opportunities, both coastal and inland, with lots of hills if you like a challenge. The views make any walk worthwhile. Nearby beaches are all beautiful, all within walking distance. Aymer Cove is tranquil. Although there are no facilities, the beach is very quiet. Good for swimming, but no lifeguard. Challaborough Bay and Bigbury-on-Sea also walkable. Both have catering, toilets and lifeguards. There is a busy caravan park at Challaborough. Journey’s End Inn in Ringmore has great ale and a lovely Sunday roast. Many other attractions nearby within driving distance. We were blessed with stunning weather and had a lovely two weeks. We would like to return again.- Dr Mayers, July 2018
“The owner Ann was very welcoming and the cottage is a stunning design and location which was only spoilt by the sea mist.”- Mr Bartlett, June 2018
On the edge of Ringmore, near the church and excellent pub, a little single-storey cottage called Little Scypen, well and stylishly converted from a cowshed attached to the owner's attractive house in her lovely garden.
The owner, a keen gardener, is pleased to show you the garden by request, a delight of exotic and beautiful flowers and plants.
You have your own small secluded suntrap patio (seats, barbecue - no play space).
Inside, simple and unpretentious with handmade furniture and pretty views from most windows.
Living/dining/kitchen (microwave, larder fridge, electric cooker) with original watercolours and TV/DVD.
Two bedrooms - a double, and a bunk or single bedroom (top bunk folds up); 2 steps down to bathroom (suite, shower over bath), and washing machine and tumble drier area.
Small parking space; alternative layby parking nearby.
A very peaceful place in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with excellent walks straight from the door and stunning coastline and lovely beaches close by. Ringmore: extremely pretty village (fine church, excellent pub), ¾ mile by foot from small, sandy Ayrmer Cove (Nat.
Trust) and Coast Path.
Sandy beaches at Challaborough, 1 mile, Bigbury-on-Sea, 1½ miles by foot, 3 by car, and the Erme estuary, 2½ miles by foot or 3 by car.
PO/shop, 1 mile.
Excellent seafood restaurant, 2 miles.
- One level
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunks (can convert to single)
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin
- Open plan living space with seating area, dining area and kitchen.
- Electric fires with night storage heating
- Microwave, fridge, tumble dryer, washing machine, TV with DVD, WiFi, Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for one car
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Pub less than 1 mile from property, Note: The parking space for this property is best described as small, alternative parking is available in a layby nearby.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
Bigbury-on-Sea 3 miles; Kingsbridge 7 miles; Salcombe 11 miles; Plymouth 15.5 miles.
Ringmore is a small village in Devon, in the South Devon AONB, one mile from the secluded beach and stunning cliffs of Bigbury Bay.
The Saxon church of All Hallows stands majestically over this quintessentially English village. Ringmore is a conservation village with thatched cottages, a peaceful rural pace of life & an award winning pub, the Journey's End Inn serving cask ales, local produce and a friendly welcome. A comprehensively stocked shop and Post Office is located in St Anne's Chapel, a short drive away and they are happy to deliver. Three different paths lead down to Ayrmer Cove from the village, and connect with the South West Coast Path. Footpaths lead to Challaborough Bay and to the golden sandy beaches of Bigbury-on-Sea, from which Burgh Island is reached by the famous Sea Tractor. Bigbury-on-Sea beach is ideal for family holidays. Everyone is sure to marvel at the huge expanse of sand, enjoy exploring the rock pools, or sample the varied watersports available to the more active visitors. If you want to try something different from the body boarding or surfing, then windsurfing and kite-surfing are gaining popularity here, with hire facilities located right on the beach. For peace of mind, there are lifeguards present at Bigbury-on-Sea’s Blue Flag beach from May to September, and a fabulous café specialising in selling organic and local food; whose surf ‘n’ turf is one of the best in the area. A few miles from Ringmore are plenty of delightful South Hams villages, coastal beauty spots and the traditional English market town of Kingbridge on the estuary.
Note: Small parking space; alternative layby parking nearby.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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