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Sunbeam Cottage

The area is ideal for beachcombers and walkers with the nearby beach backed by magnificent cliffs with coastal paths to Beer and Sidmouth.

Branscombe is famous for being situated on the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Coastline.

The village is set in a beautiful valley meandering down to the sea, surrounded by National Trust land.

The cottage boasts a wealth of character and is beautifully furnished with a nautical theme and designer soft furnishings.

The property benefits from both front and back gardens with patio areas for dining alfresco.
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Sleeps: 5

Property Type: Cottage.

Nearest Airport: Exeter Airport - 12 miles.

Nearest Bar/Pub: The Masons Arms - 2 minute walk.

Nearest Restaurant: The Masons Arms - 2 mins.

Location Type: Near the sea, Quiet, Rural/Village.

Bedrooms: 2 Double Bedrooms, 1 Single Bedroom.

Bathroom: 1 Bathroom with a shower facility.

Kitchen:
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing Machine
  • Iron

Dining: Large oak table with 6 chairs.

General: Heating (night storage heaters), Telephone (incoming calls only). Bed Linen, House Towels (Bring your own Beach Towels please), Electricity and VAT are included in the price. Guests have use of our BT Broadband/Wi-Fi.

Entertainment: Freeview TV, DVD, Radio/CD System. Wi-Fi available.

Outside: Terrace, Parking space for 1 car, Garden furniture, Large cottage garden.

Please note we are unable to supply a Barbecue.

Suitability: Children Welcome, please note that we are unable to supply a cot, high chair or stair gate. Not suitable for the Elderly or infirm.

Whilst we accept well behaved dogs for an additional cost of £50 per pet, per week or per short break stay, please contact us to check if you wish to take more than one dog.

Please note some of the photos may have been taken with a wide angled lens.

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Full Description

The property is accessed from the road by five stone steps, with a stream flowing beneath, with access to the front garden.

The delightful open plan lounge / dining room has a feature fireplace with an electric fire and is luxuriously furnished with oak furniture, a large dining table with seating for 6, TV, DVD and music system.

There is Wi-fi at the cottage, but the mobile phone signal in the village is very poor. There is a land line for emergencies but otherwise it is incoming calls only.

The charming kitchen incorporates a dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge freezer, microwave, oven, hob and is fully equipped. The kitchen also allows for access to the back garden.

Upstairs, the family bathroom consists of white sanitary ware, there is a bath with overhead shower, WC and sink.

We provide comfortable beds and the first bedroom is decorated in yellow and has a double bed to sleep 2 guests, with two tall chest of drawers and a wardrobe for storage, with views over the front garden.

The second double bedroom, with sky blue decor, has a double bed to sleep 2 guests, with two tall chest of drawers and a wardrobe for storage, also with views over the front garden.

The single bedroom has a full-sized single mattress on a bunk bed with a narrow chest of drawers, a wardrobe for storage and views over the back garden.

To the front of the property, there is a parking space for your use.

Whilst we accept well behaved dogs for an additional cost of £%0 per pet, per week or per short break stay, please contact us to check if you wish to take more than one dog.

Location

Branscombe

Branscombe is a haven for walkers and for birdwatchers and the area is known as the Jurassic Coast and is ideal for exploring on foot, by bicycle or on horseback.

The pebble beach is delightful, set beneath the cliffs of the Jurassic coast and has a thatched Pub!

There is plenty to do in the area such as, take a trip on the tram in Seaton, or visit the nearby donkey sanctuary.

Honiton market town is the home of Honiton lace and hosts a street market on a Saturday Sidmouth boasts a beach and each year holds a folk festival.

Beer also has a lovely pebble beach, plenty of shops and restaurants, and a quarry and caves which is open to visitors.

The vast man-made complex of underground caves was created by hundreds of years of quarrying the famous Beer stone.

The underground quarry which was first worked by the Romans, was quarried by hand. A small block weighing about 4 tons was carted on horse-drawn wagons and by barges from Beer Beach

to its destination, sometimes involving journeys of several hundreds of miles. The quarry has supplied stone for 24 cathedrals including St Paul’s, The Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court and Exeter Cathedral.

A few local towns and villages to visit are Sidmouth, Dawlish Warren, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Honiton and Budleigh Salterton.

Lyme Regis boasts fabulous scenery and is an ancient town featured in the ‘Domesday Book’ and is home to a number of historical landmarks and educational attractions.

Its historic harbour wall is known as the Cobb and is one of several iconic features, set against cliffs, yielding fossilised evidence of life on earth millions of years ago and is a great place to discover a lot you didn’t know about the UK's heritage..
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