This end of terrace cottage is situated on the river beach in the heart of Teignmouth.
With lovely views of the estuary and Shaldon, it is an excellent property for friends or families with older children.
Head up the steps through the front door and you will find yourself in a lovely big open plan space, your attention torn between the characterful beams and flame effect fire and the fascinating views.
The seating area has a TV with all the tech you could wish for and a dining space and step through the French windows off the kitchen area to enjoy a coffee on the terrace.
Stairs lead you up to the two bedrooms with great views, including views as soon as you open your eyes in the double bed.
Since this was once a fisherman’s cottage, the great attraction here is the boaty life going on all around and you can join in by arranging a mooring pontoon opposite the cottage for your own boat.
You can also enjoy boat trips and fishing trips right here.
For children, this is seaside heaven, with the great beach, pier, skate park, play park, crazy golf and all sorts of pubs and restaurants to eat at.
For venturing further, take the ferry to Shaldon or catch a train from the station.
Haldon Hills Forest Park offers thousands of acres for walking or cycling for all abilities.
The Saltings is a wonderful place for enjoying life and watching the world go by.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x twin (can convert to super king double). Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin. Downstairs open plan living space with sitting area with electric fire, dining area and kitchen. Downstairs WC with basin.
About the location
Dartmoor National Park 12 miles; Torbay 13 miles; Exeter 15 miles.
The historic, seaside town of Teignmouth is situated in South Devon on the mouth of the Teign estuary and boasts a working harbour, sandy beach, Victorian pier, sailing club, diving centre and sea activity centre. The seaward side of the town is known as ‘the Den’ and has elegant Georgian buildings, a large public area with lawns, play areas, tennis courts, a bowling green, and a miniature lighthouse. On the opposite side of Teignmouth are fishing boats and beach huts, plus views of the village of Shaldon and the hills of Dartmoor can be seen. Teignmouth also hosts folk and jazz festivals each year, whilst both the town and Shaldon hold annual carnivals and water regattas. If you decide to venture further afield, there is plenty to see and do close to Teignmouth including; the stunning Dartmoor National Park, the city of Exeter, plus the nearby harbour towns are well worth exploring.
Note: This property does not accept children under 8, except babes in arms due to waterside location.