12 Robinsons Row is a wonderful house is situated in Salcombe, Devon.
This stone cottage is cosy and welcoming, and combines original period features with modern décor.
On the ground floor is an open-plan living, kitchen and dining room.
Spend your evening keeping up to date with all your favourite shows and enjoying quality family time from the cosy corner sofa.
The kitchen has a wonderful set of light units coinciding with the amber tiled flooring, as well as plenty of counter space to prepare all types of home cooked meals.
There is a dining area with seating for up to eight people, a wonderful social space for the whole family to dine together.
Upstairs, you will find three bedrooms: one family room with a king-size bed and two singles and one bunk bed, guaranteed to give you a lovely night's sleep.
On the second floor is a lovely king-size bedroom.
There is a fitted bathroom where you can relax and have a luxurious soak in the tub with a glass of wine and a good book to wash off the tiring events of the day.
A separate second WC is found next to the bathroom.
Outside, there is an enclosed patio area with a picnic bench, perfect for enjoying a snack or a refreshing drink in the afternoon sun.
Salcombe is home to a number of sandy beaches, including North Sands, South Sands and East Portlemouth, all of which can be accessed via passenger ferry.
Children can enjoy building sandcastles, swimming in the glistening ocean or indulging on locally-produced ice cream.
12 Robinsons Row provides lovely accommodation on the coast of South Devon, equipped with families in mind.
Three bedrooms: 1 x floor family room with king-size bed and two singles. 1 x first floor bunk bed, 1 x second floor king-size. Bathroom with a bath and shower over, basin and WC, second WC. Open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Kingsbridge 7 miles; Dartmouth 21 miles; Plymouth 24 miles; Paignton 26 miles.
Salcombe is a popular destination for walkers and families looking for a holiday by the sea and was once a major port.
There are two pretty beaches within a short distance, North Sands and South Sands and further on is the National Trust property Overbeck’s where you can wander through the subtropical gardens.
Why not have a more adventurous day and try out the watersports available on the estuary including surfing, kayaking or a more leisurely boat trip? Whilst staying in Salcombe you must take advantage of the locally sourced seafood which is served in many of the restaurants, pubs, cafés and delicatessens.
The southern tip of Devon provides some spectacular scenery and picturesque vistas with a number of sandy beaches, lovely villages with thatched cottages and some fantastic opportunities for walking, including the South West Coast path..