4.6★ Very good Sykes rating Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 8 Customer Reviews "Lovely weekend break near pubs and services." Reviewed by ChristineJul 2022 "The cottage was beautiful, it had everything you could possibly want, even had a tumble dryer and dishwasher which we didn’t need." Great location. Would definitely book to stay there again. Reviewed by JeanetteMay 2022 "A very comfortable cottage and well equipped." A cafetiere would have been useful but coffee bags were very welcome. I have motor neurone disease and although I was aware of the steps outside, I wasn't aware of the two steep steps up to the kitchen with no hand rail. I managed but it was a bit of a challenge! The decking area was lovely with good views. Would recommend this cottage to couples who want a handy place to explore the area as it's easy to get to lots of places. Reviewed by SueSep 2021 "We very much enjoyed or stay at pearl cottage, it was very well presented and well equipped." We loved the outside terrace area with its views across the estuary, and spent some very pleasant evenings enjoying a drink out there watching the sunset. Park on site was not an option for our VW Golf, but we didn’t have any problems finding a space along the road. I think if we came again we would come by train to the nearby station; bring our bikes and enjoy cycling along the coast etc? Reviewed by TonySep 2021 "Generally the cottage is lovely and the terrace area was perfect." Once we arrived we found that the lights were not working in the dining area and the keys to open the patio doors and utility were not available. I immediately messaged the contact to inform her of the missing keys and lights. The keys arrived through the letterbox 2 days later so we could at least open the utility room for the outdoor furniture cushions. Iwas told that the lights would be sorted once we’d left! Not good enough really. The bedroom and bathroom were clean although wardrobe storage is limited. The kitchen however was not clean, luckily I’d taken my anti bac cleaner. The floor in the kitchen/ dining room was grimey, the cooker hood had not seen a clean for some time, such a shame as the cottage is so quaint. We had a lovely week but I’m not sure I would book this cottage again. Reviewed by KarenSep 2021 "Fantastic location and great outdoor space at the property." I don't think it should advertise as having a parking space when so few cars are small enough to use it. Instructions on how to use the grill on the oven would be useful as we couldn't get this to work! We'd definitely stay here again. Reviewed by DawnAug 2021 "Amazing little cottage, perfect for what we were after for a little staycation in a quiet location!" The cottage wasn’t as small as I expected! The only thing I could say would be that the accommodation could use of the garage due to little parking. Reviewed by LucyAug 2021 "Use of the garage would have been useful due to lack of parking." Reviewed by VanessaJul 2021 Show more Summary One double bedroom, One single room TV, Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC Kitchen Utility Dining room Sitting room with electric stove Gas central heating with electric stove Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV, WiFi, selection of books Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Roadside parking nearby, no off-road parking available Enclosed multilevel garden with patio, decking and furniture Additional local catering services available Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 0.7 miles, pub 0.1 miles Note: There are steps up to the property and in the garden The property Starcross 1 mile. Resting in an elevated position in the village of Cockwood, Devon lies Pearl Cottage, two bedroom dwelling boasting sea views and a charming multilevel garden. Ideal for a couple or a solo traveller, Pearl Cottage offers all the home comforts needed for break to this beautiful area of Devon. Pass through the garden and enter through the patio doors and into the dining room, where you can enjoy a tasty home-cooked meal with your loved one after a day of exploring your surroundings. From here, make your way to the kitchen to find all the appliances any budding chef will be pleased to take advantage of, including an electric oven, gas hob, a handy dishwasher, and a washing machine so you can freshen up your clothes. Externally, there is a utility room to assist with your washing needs, homing a tumble dryer and a freezer. Moving through the property, relax in the sitting room for the evening in front of the Smart TV, as you sink into the sofa and the electric stove creates a warming ambiance. When sleep calls, head upstairs to either the Double bedroom, home to a plush double bed, magnificent sea views and a convenient shower room where you can prepare for another day of discovering your surroundings or the Single room. Outside, spend the warmer evenings savouring a glass of wine on the patio or up on the decking; furnished with a rattan garden sofa and a table and boasting yet more fantastic sea views, you won't be able to tear yourself away from this space. Enjoy a meal out one evening in the nearby pubs; The Ship Inn offers real ales and classic pub grub within a traditional country pub, while The Anchor Inn, provides a delicious fresh seafood menu in a charming harbourside inn. For a spot of history, spend an afternoon at Powderham Castle, exploring the perfectly-kept gardens and ancient wooded area. If you would prefer a beach day just a 5 minute drive away you will find the fantastic sandy beach in Dawlish Warren, from there you can expore the picturesque village of Dawlish. Take a trip to A La Ronde, a fascinating National Trust property from the 18th century, which rests just a short drive away and boasts a unique 16-sided piece of architecture, popular among tourists. Just a scenic drive away you will find Orcombe Point, the most westerly point of the Jurassic Coast, with Exmouth Beach just another short drive or relaxing stroll away and offering plenty of opportunity for watersports. Further afield, adventurous travellers will enjoy a day exploring the nearby Dartmoor National Park on foot or by bike; be sure to look out for Canonteign Falls a beautiful cascading waterfall set within mystical woodland. Sticking with adventurous activities, Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves is reachable by car and a popular among tourists for its archaeological and geological features. Whether it be a relaxing retreat or an action-packed break, choose Pearl Cottage for your next holiday to Devon. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £75. View on map About the location STARCROSS, DEVON Exmouth 2.8 miles; Teignmouth 7.1 miles; Exeter 8.6 miles. Starcross is a village located on the shores of the Exe Estuary in Devon. Hosting a small choice of amenities including a convenience store and some pubs/restaurants for those evenings you don't fancy cooking. Take a boat ride across the estuary towards the picturesque seaside town of Exmouth, which is considered to be the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, benefitting from two miles’ worth of stunning beach for a family day out. This town is also hugely popular for a number of watersporting opportunities particularly kite surfing, kayaking and windsurfing. If you're looking for a more adventurous day out, try exploring the stunning South West Coast Path with your furry companion by your side with a long walk, or venture towards the Exe Estuary cycle trail. Further afield is the charming city of Exeter where you will be greeted by a range of historical attractions that are well-worth visiting. Starcross is an excellent base for those seeking to explore stunning Devonshire coastline with your loved ones. Region Information Cornwall Holiday Cottages Devon Holiday Cottages Dorset Cottage Holidays Somerset Holiday Cottages Note; There is a Good Housekeeping Bond of £75 for this property.