Featured in the row of cottages with a terrace looking out over the gardens and outdoor swimming pool to Decklar’s Cliff. Inside, decorated in neutrals, clean and contemporary, layout is over three floors. French windows into open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, freezer, TV/DVD) with sea views; twin bedroom with en suite shower-room (suite). Stairs up to a double bedroom (5’ bed) with bed on a mezzanine over a sitting room and en suite shower-room (fabulous coastal views); single bedroom; bathroom (suite plus bath-shower, washer-drier in cupboard); small loo with washbasin; door to steps to parking area.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king (on mezzanine floor) with private sitting room and en-suite with shower, basin WC, 1 x twin with en-suite with shower, basin and WC, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Separate WC and basin. Open-plan living space with sitting, dining and kitchen areas.
South Pool 3 miles; Kingsbridge 8; Salcombe 1 mile (by passenger ferry) 15.8 miles (by car). East Portlemouth is a tranquil village nestled on the southern edge of the Kingsbridge Estuary in the South Devon Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The small number of properties that make up this settlement are scattered on the hillside and around the cliff, with part of the village once being home to Coastguards employed during the nineteenth century to prevent any smuggling on this section of the South West Coast Path.
Nowadays the village offers a little cafe (open only on dry days) and a number of tiny peaceful beaches - Fisherman's Cove, Smalls Cove and Mill Bay - all of which have been awarded Safe Bathing status.
Further inland situated creekside, is the pretty village of South Pool with its delightful pub, the Millbrook Inn. A haven for food-lovers, this establishment serves a heady combination of fresh English ingredients with traditional Galic cooking.
Just across the estuary is the popular resort of Salcombe with its charming independent boutiques and plentiful selection of cafes, bars and restaurants, which can be reached easily by a five minute pedestrian ferry ride. Further down the coast are the historic town of Dartmouth with its Castle and the bustling city of Plymouth with its museums, aquarium, theatres, shopping and the Barbican.
This property offers the following short breaks: