CHARMING COTTAGE WITH SUNNY COURTYARD CLOSE TO QUAY AND PUBS REGRET NO CHILDREN OR BABIES This light and spacious former fisherman s cottage is set in Appledore s most photographed street a short level walk from recommended pubs restaurants shops and galleries and a few yards away from the slipway to the foreshore. In the perfect location in this historic and fascinating village for walks on the tidal beach walking the coast path or the Tarka Trail and bird-watching along the estuary. Under 1 mile away is the surfing beach at Westward Ho! with 2 miles of golden sands golfing at the Royal North Devon Golf Club (the oldest links in England) and slightly further is RHS Rosemoor Gardens the steep cobbled streets of Clovelly or many local historic houses. Alternatively you can relax in the cottage s sunny garden or beside the water at a nearby pub. This charming and comfortable cottage offers ONE bedroom: double with TV with DVD Freeview and iPod dock. Bathroom: adjacent to bedroom with shower over bath and WC. Lounge/diner: spacious with feature beams and stone fireplace with coal effect gas fire TV with DVD Freeview and iPod dock. Kitchen: with cooker hob microwave and fridge. Outside: enclosed south-facing paved terraced courtyard with table and chairs BBQ and all season summer house with further seating sunloungers WC also containing Laundry/utility area with washing machine. Amenities: roadside parking nearby or in car parks. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. 2 dogs welcome further by arrangement. Regret no smoking. Location: 50 yards from estuary beach beach less than 1 mile pubs and shops within a short and level walking distance.
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Appledore, North Devon