Just 20 yards from Bigbury-on-Sea's splendid sandy beach, looking to Burgh Island Causeway, is this amazing apartment occupies one of the highly desirable corner positions overlooking the soft sandy beach.
17 Burgh Island Causeway boasts sensational views, with a wonderfully light and airy open-plan living area, with natural light seeping in through the glazed doors to the amazing wrap round balcony, providing an exclusive outside area that can be enjoyed year round.
Enter the gorgeous open-plan space, hosting an attractive kitchen, equipped with all the amenities needed for a self-catered stay, taking your meals over to either the formal dining space or the casual breakfast bar.
Rest your feet on a quiet Saturday night, snuggled up on the sofa with a glass of wine whilst you watch a film on the TV.
Listen to the sound of the waves crashing as you relax on the balcony, with exceptional sea views, and a barbecue for a classic summer lunch.
To the rear two beautiful and spacious en-suite bedrooms, a king-size with a single divan and a twin, both benefitting from magnificent sea views an additional luxury of the corner apartments.
Both rooms offer matching décor and ample storage.
The king-size room provides a superb bathtub whereas the twin room offers a refreshing shower.
A stay offers use of the shared facilities including the indoor swimming pool, gym & sauna.
Your daily essentials, can be found at the nearby local beach shop.
Bigbury is an iconic destination with huge possibilities for outdoor activity and with the renowned Burgh Island just a short stroll across the Causeway beach from the apartment.
Some of the most popular attractions include Bigbury beach, with its large open expanse of sand and the ability to walk across to Burgh Island, other than at high tide, when the historic Burgh Island Sea Tractor will transport you to and from the Island – a must for the kids!
The apartment development has its own private access gate (from the restaurant terrace) onto the slipway down to the beach.
Burgh Island is home to the Burgh Island Hotel, which has its own pub on the island.
The Pilchard Inn dates from 1336, and offers inside and outside dining.
The hotel also offers upmarket casual dining to visitors in its Nettlefold restaurant along with a delightful afternoon tea service.
Burgh Island is fascinating to explore, with numerous hidden coves and beaches, some of which can only be accessed by water, providing excellent kayak and paddleboard touring opportunities as well as good snorkelling.
The Island also offers walking and climbing itineraries, an ancient lookout at its peak with stunning views of the surrounding coast and Dartmoor, as well as being the famed setting for Agatha Christie to write many of her novels.
Bigbury and neighbouring Bantham are two of the Southwest’s finest beaches for water-sport lovers with RNLI/Coastguard patrol and opportunities for all kinds of surfing, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding, which has grown rapidly in popularity.The highly recommended Discovery Surf School (which is based on the Bigbury Beach car park) offers top quality tuition for most watersports as well as hire availability for most of the necessary equipment.
The Venus Café is adjacent to Discovery for refreshment from Bigbury Beach, and there is a small beach shop off the public car park open in season.The apartment development sits just below the Southwest coastal path, which offers ample walking and hiking opportunities, to the West to Challaborough and Aymers Cove and on to Wonwell (a stunning beach on River Erme estuary).
Both the Rivers Avon and Erme, as well as Burgh Island, offer interesting marine birds and wildlife.
Bigbury Golf Club is 1 mile up the hill from the apartment, and is a private members club that welcomes visitors and suits all abilities.
Other local golf courses include Thurlestone to the east, and Staddon Heights to the west, which has fantastic views of Plymouth Sound and the Plymouth Ho.There are good fishing opportunities on many of the rivers in South Devon, and the stunning Dartmoor National Park is a short drive away to the North West of Bigbury.
Kingsbridge is the main town in the South Hams local area; around 20 minutes drive away, and offers a good selection of restaurants, bars and shops with the more famed resort town of Salcombe a further 10 minutes away.
Whether your coming for a summer holiday on the beach, or a winter escape to storm watch and recharge, 17 Burgh Island will not disappoint.