350 yards from Ringmore’s excellent pub is this bigger part of a roomy detached house (the owner lives in an annexe).
With amazing views out to sea from all the rooms, it is super accommodation for family or friends to enjoy a wonderful break on this lovely coastline.
Leave your coats and boots in the entrance hall and go on through to the large open plan living space with traditional stone walls and a cosy wood burning stove.
You will enjoy those great views down the valley from the comfort of the sofas and window seats and from the big dining table.
At the end of a lovely day on the beach, head on up for a peaceful night in the three bedrooms, all with TV and either en suite or a washbasin, plus a door from each room on to the first floor balcony which has a table and chairs for gazing over the sea and the fabulous sunsets.
Outside you have your own terrace with barbecue and also with those tranquil coastal views.
For a quiet little beach, take the footpath which leads down the valley to National Trust Ayrmer Cove in 900 yards, or go to Challaborough and Bigbury-on-Sea with your bodyboards, surf boards and buckets and spades for brilliant seaside fun on big sandy beaches.
For eating out, the local inn is renowned or a couple of miles away is an excellent seafood restaurant.
And you can walk it all off with long hikes along the South West Coast Path – don't forget your camera.
Ayrmer House is an outstanding location with walks radiating from the doorstep and a stunning coastline.
3 x twin bedrooms with TV and door to balcony (one links to super king double, two with basin and the third with en suite shower room with shower, WC and basin). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin. WC with basin. Ground floor hall. Open plan living space with seating area with wood burning stove, dining area and kitchen. Larder. Utility room.
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 overlooking this quintessentially English village with thatched cottages and a peaceful rural pace of life. Ringmore is a conservation village and quintessentially English, with thatched cottages, a peaceful rural pace of life, and a 13th century pub, Journeys 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 the y 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.