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5 Belmont Terrace

  • Beer, Devon
  • Ref: Y6014
Quality Rating 78%

Assessor's Comment: A comfortable and charming cottage with some lovely period features. Comfortable and beautifully presented.

3 STAR - (65 - 74%)
Good level of quality & comfort.
4 STAR - (75 - 89%)
Excellent standard throughout.
5 STAR - (90 -100%)
Exceptional with a degree of luxury.
 

SILVER AWARD – An accolade at 3 star for those properties achieving consistently high standards throughout but unable to attain 4 stars due to restricted space in one or more areas.

GOLD AWARD – Awarded to properties reflecting a high level of quality within their overall grading, putting them at the higher end of their current grading. These properties reflect a higher level of quality and comfort throughout.

GOLD 5 STAR AWARD – The highest possible accolade, awarded to those properties which provide an exceptional standard throughout with a high degree of luxury.

From £455 to £1155 for 7 nights
Key Features
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Welcome Hamper
  • Children Welcome
  • Internet Access
  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking
Special Offers
  • Offering 10% discount off all availability to 1st November. Prices shown include discount.
  • Offering 15% discount between 4th November & 20th December. Prices shown include discount.

An attractive and spacious period cottage situated at the end of a pretty terrace just a short walk from the village centre in Beer.

With a wealth of character and charm, the property has been sympathetically refurbished and retains many original features including ornate period windows, doors and window seats. Very comfortable accommodation includes two living rooms and a conservatory style dining room and outside are two terrace seating areas, perfect for a morning cup of tea or maybe an evening glass of wine. A welcome pack for your arrival ensures a great start to your holiday and will include milk, tea and a selection of locally sourced produce and treats.

With the additional bonus of two parking spaces, a rarity in such a central location, this is a delightful, historic retreat ideal for enjoying all that this beautiful seaside village has to offer.


Please note:

  • A maximum of two dogs are accepted. Dogs are charged at £20 each per week (or part week).
  • Supervision will be required of younger children in the garden areas.
  • Two adjoining cottages have a right of way across the rear of the cottage but this is not their main access.

GROUND FLOOR (steps up for access although there is a sloping path to the side of the property)
Entrance hall
Lounge
with impressive original window and feature fireplace with "woodburner" style gas fire
Sitting room/2nd lounge area
Kitchen with door to: conservatory dining area with access to a raised, terrace seating area
Shower room; walk in shower, w.c & basin
Garden; two raised terrace seating areas with seating


FIRST FLOOR
Bed 1: Kingsize bed
Bed 2: Double bed
Bed 3: Single bed
Bed 4: Single bed
Bathroom: Claw foot bath with shower attachment, w.c & basin


GENERAL INFORMATION
Utilities included
Parking for 2 cars
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Not supplied, please bring or hire: stairgate, highchair, cot


FACILITIES

  • TV
  • WiFi
  • Electric oven & hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Gas central heating
  • Woodburner style electric fire
  • Hair dryer

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An attractive and spacious period cottage situated at the end of a pretty terrace just a short walk from the village centre in Beer.

With a wealth of character and charm, the property has been sympathetically refurbished and retains many original features including ornate period windows, doors and window seats. Very comfortable accommodation includes two living rooms and a conservatory style dining room and outside are two terrace seating areas, perfect for a morning cup of tea or maybe an evening glass of wine. A welcome pack for your arrival ensures a great start to your holiday and will include milk, tea and a selection of locally sourced produce and treats.

With the additional bonus of two parking spaces, a rarity in such a central location, this is a delightful, historic retreat ideal for enjoying all that this beautiful seaside village has to offer.


Please note:

  • A maximum of two dogs are accepted. Dogs are charged at £20 each per week (or part week).
  • Supervision will be required of younger children in the garden areas.
  • Two adjoining cottages have a right of way across the rear of the cottage but this is not their main access.

GROUND FLOOR (steps up for access although there is a sloping path to the side of the property)
Entrance hall
Lounge
with impressive original window and feature fireplace with "woodburner" style gas fire
Sitting room/2nd lounge area
Kitchen with door to: conservatory dining area with access to a raised, terrace seating area
Shower room; walk in shower, w.c & basin
Garden; two raised terrace seating areas with seating


FIRST FLOOR
Bed 1: Kingsize bed
Bed 2: Double bed
Bed 3: Single bed
Bed 4: Single bed
Bathroom: Claw foot bath with shower attachment, w.c & basin


GENERAL INFORMATION
Utilities included
Parking for 2 cars
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Not supplied, please bring or hire: stairgate, highchair, cot


FACILITIES

  • TV
  • WiFi
  • Electric oven & hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Gas central heating
  • Woodburner style electric fire
  • Hair dryer

About Devon (Beer)

This charming fishing village in south-east Devon grew up around a smugglers' cove and its fascinating history makes it popular with visitors - particularly exciting is the story of smuggler Jack Rattenbury, nicknamed "Rob Roy of the West".

Visit the famous Beer Quarry Caves, where 19th century smugglers like Jack would store contraband, and which are the main source in England for Beer stone, used in the construction of many cathedrals and churches and even in Buckingham Palace. A large part of Beer's history revolved around the making of lace, and former customers have included Queen Victoria (the flounce for her wedding dress was made here) and the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Today the main feature of Beer life is fishing, and since there is no harbour it is a daily occurrence to see boats winched up the beach using steel cables. Be sure to sample some of their haul in one of the delightful restaurants that dot the area, or hire a motor-boat and try some mackerel-fishing for yourself!

For those who like to walk, a visit to the Jubilee Gardens with a pretty view over village and cove is bound to please, and from there you can follow the brook through the town and down to the sea. The saying goes that you are not a true Beer local until you have fallen into the brook... perhaps more likely after a spot of ale at one of the local pubs!

If visiting Beer in August you might catch the bustling Regatta Week, packed with events for all the family, from sailing to skittles and from fancy dress to fireworks. With its ever-warm welcome and abundance of local colour, there is plenty in Beer to capture your curiosity.

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