|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This lovely apartment is situated in Downderry, just a few minutes walk from the beach and a ten minute drive from the fishing village of Looe. Downderry is the centre of the broad bay which stretches from Rame Head in the East to Looe Island on the west. The quiet village is self contained and includes a Post office/grocery shop, a pub with fabulous views over the Bay, a good restaurant called the Blue Plate and a coffee shop in the square. The village is on a bus service to Plymouth, Liskeard and Looe. The beach at Downderry is fine grey sand with colourful shingle and stretches from about a mile east of Downderry to Seaton in the West and beyond. The beach has a lot of rocky outcrops which makes many rock pools at low tide. It is a lovely walk along the beach to Seaton where there is a large expanse of beach, and there are also a café and restaurant right on the beach. There is a beautiful walk from Seaton along the river to Hessenford where there is a good pub. There are many scenic walks in the area, and the Eden project is within easy reach by car.
Eddystone is a wonderful 2 bedroom ground-floor apartment with pleasant sea and countryside views. It has an open plan lounge kitchen diner with patio doors that lead to an undercover decked area. This is the perfect spot to sit with a cup of tea or a glass of wine and enjoy the views. The kitchen is fully fitted and well equipped with all of the essentials you should need . It has 2 bedrooms including one double room and a second bedroom with adult-sized bunk beds. The property benefits from wifi and free view TV incorporating CD and DVD player. There is a reserved parking space.
This is the perfect spot for a family holiday.
This property may be available for short breaks out of the main season, please call or email for details.
Downderry is a quiet village on the coast of South East Cornwall just a short drive from the historic fishing ports of Looe and Polperro. Eden is 45 mins in the car and Plymouth about half an hour.