Situated in Appledore, this property benefits from panoramic estuary views over to Instow providing the perfect backdrop whatever time of year.
On entering one of the oldest property’s in Appledore (formally lived in by the owner of the Dock), you will enter the grand dining area with views over the estuary.
To the right of the dining area is the cosy kitchen area which still retains its original ceilings and beams.
The gorgeous lounge area complete with estuary views, wood burner and cosy sofas, kick back after a long day of exploring the local area with all the family. Also, on this floor is a separate WC with utility area with washing machine.
Heading upstairs you will be greeted by a hallway leading to the master bedroom with views towards the estuary and small balcony area to relax on in the evenings. This room also leads into an en-suite bathroom, with a hand-held shower over feature roll-top bath and WC.
On this floor, there is also a small double bedroom with glorious views and a shower room with quirky cottage style entrance, this room includes a shower and WC.
Lastly, the twin room with sloping ceilings, approached via a cottage style staircase, finished with beds positioned to enjoy estuary views whatever time of day it is – a real experience for children and adults alike.
Take a step outside to the highlight of this exceptional property, a beautiful patio area onto the water, a truly delightful space to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening meal.
Parking is available close by for a charge in car park or free roadside parking nearby, but you can unload your belongings on your arrival for convenience.
A beautiful cottage, stunning views and tastefully decorated. Well equipped and very cosy! A good enclosed courtyard suitable for family and dogs. Stunning cottage and we will return again hopefully when the weather is better!
Reviewed by Samantha
Just beautiful, everything you could need. We will come back soon.
Reviewed by Val Carman
Unrivalled al fresco dining views from sunrise to sunset. Appledore, famous for its narrow streets, colourful fisherman’s cottages and boat building centre dating back many years is a popular holiday destination all year round.
The pretty little village benefits from an array of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Heading, slightly further afield you enjoy a day in the seaside village of Westward Ho!, known for its beautiful beach and unique pebble ridge, enjoy rock pooling, playing in the surf or building sand castles or in the opposite direction visit the historic port town of Bideford a short drive or bus journey from the cottage.
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