A beautiful, Grade II listed cottage situated close to the centre of the popular Devon fishing village of Beer.
Just a stone's throw from a wonderful mix of cafes, restaurants, pubs and local artisan shops and a five minute stroll beside the Brook takes you down to the idyllic, sheltered cove and shingle beach. Dating back to 1504 the cottage forms part of Starre House, formerly the Manor of Beer and gifted to Catherine Parr's family by Henry VIII. Boasting a wealth of original, Tudor features including exposed stone walls with arrow slits and wooden beam ceilings.
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. Refurbishment has sympathetically modernised the interior whilst ensuring the property retains all of its unique character and charm. An attractive and historic retreat from which you can enjoy all that this stunning stretch of world heritage coastline has to offer.
- A maximum of two dogs are accepted. Dogs are charged at £20 each per week (or part week)
Spacious lounge with dining area and stone fireplace with woodburner
Large, fitted and beautifully appointed kitchen with door to:
Small lean-to / sunroom with table and chairs
FIRST FLOOR (supervision of younger children will be required on the staircase)
Bed 1: Double bed
Bed 2: Twin beds
Bathroom: Corner bath with electric shower over, w.c & wash basin
To the front a walled, south facing courtyard with bench seating
One parking permit provided for EDDC car park around a 3 minute level walk away (no allocated space)
Logs not supplied
Linen included - beds made up
Not supplied- please bring: towels , travel cot, stairgate, highchair, hairdryer
- Smart HD TV
- Electric oven/hob
- Fridge with icebox
- Woodburning stove
- Night store & electric heaters
- 2 Hairdryers