Sandcastles 15A Fore Street is a superb cottage located in the heart of Salcombe, South Devon.
Stepping through the front door, follow the steps up to the first floor, where you will find a spacious dining room, a wonderful social space for families to enjoy a lovely home-cooked meal or plan the day's events, with seating for five people.
The open-plan kitchen and dining area sit towards the rear, with a well-presented kitchen housing all the appliances you could need to cook up a storm for the whole family, with an extra dining area, ideal for enjoying a quick breakfast before starting your day.
There is a family shower room with modern fixtures and fittings.
The second floor houses the two bedrooms, one king-size and one family room with a king-size bed (can be made up as 2 singles on request) and a single, ideal for families or a group of friends looking for a coastal retreat, boasting stunning countryside views from the bedrooms.
You are ideally situated for exploring the South West Coast Path, which is the longest long-distance footpath and a National Trail, stretching 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset.
There are so many opportunities for walkers and cyclists, with plenty of chances to get involved with surfing, golf and fishing too.
Sandcastles 15A Folly Lane off Fore Street is the perfect place to stay in order to access many of Salcombe's finest sights.
Two bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size with basin and 1 x second floor family room with king-size and single with basin. First floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor kitchen/diner. First floor dining room. First floor sitting room.
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.