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Cherra Cottage is a beautifully refurbished grade two listed Georgian house that has been sympathetically restored, decorated and furnished to a high standard. Enjoy al fresco dining on the terrace. Situated in a prime location, just a minute’s walk from the beach and close to all the village amenities. Central heating throughout for the cooler periods.
The spacious sitting room has one sofa, two chairs, a Smart TV, a micro sound system,WiFi and a bay window overlooking the front terrace. Door leading through to kitchen/dining room. The well-equipped modern built-in kitchen has a Bosch induction hob and oven, microwave oven, Fridge/Freezer, kettle, toaster and a circular dining table with 4 chairs. The back door leads to a narrow outside space, perfect for storing paddle boards and a gate to the ally.
Stairs leading to:
Bedroom 1: Master double bed, with bedside drawers and lamps, built-in storage and bay window overlooking Albion Street and hills beyond. Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with bedside cupboard, lamp and built-in storage.
The family bathroom has a Mira Sport shower over the bath, WC, basin and heated towel rail.
Cherra Cottage is a delightful seaside property, perfectly situated to explore all that Devon has to offer. There are a few public parking spaces in front of the property, but availability can’t be guaranteed. The Ness car park is a 5-minute walk away. We kindly request that pets stay downstairs, do not sit on the chairs and are not left unattended.
Explore the village: Take a stroll around Shaldon's narrow streets and alleyways, lined with colourful cottages, shops, pubs and restaurants.
Visit the beach: Shaldon has a lovely beach, known as Ness Cove, which is accessible via a smugglers’ tunnel through the cliffs. There are also several other beaches nearby, including Teignmouth Beach.
Go crabbing: The Shaldon Wildlife Trust organises crabbing sessions for children, a fun activity to do at the nearby rock pools.
Visit Shaldon Zoo: The Shaldon Wildlife Trust is a small zoo that focuses on the conservation of rare and endangered species, including primates, birds, and reptiles.
Take a walk on the South West Coast Path: Shaldon is located on the South West Coast Path, a long-distance walking trail that offers stunning views of the Devon coastline.
Visit the Homeyards Botanical Gardens: The Botanical Gardens are located on a steep hillside overlooking the village and offer beautiful views of the estuary.
Visit the nearby town of Teignmouth: A lovely seaside town with a Victorian pier, a lido, and plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Festival of Music (July): This is a week-long festival of classical and
contemporary music that takes place in various venues around the
village. The festival features performances by both local and
international artists, and there are usually workshops and masterclasses
for aspiring musicians.
Water Carnival (early August): This is a day-long event that celebrates
the village's maritime history and community spirit. The carnival
features a long colourful procession of decorated boats, as well as a
variety of activities and entertainment on land, such as live music,
stalls and children's games.
Regatta week (late August): This is a week-long festival of water and
land-based activities that takes place in and around Shaldon. The events
include sailing races, sandcastle competitions, a grand procession, a
fun run and a spectacular fireworks display over the river.
Credit cards accepted, Children welcome, Pets welcome, Smoking not allowed , Wheelchair inaccessible
Near ocean , Village
Bathroom & laundry
Bathroom & Laundry, Bed linen, Essentials, Shower, Towel set, Bathtub , Washbasin
Heating & cooling
Central heating , Heating available
Stereo system , TV (Antenna)
Internet & office
Broadband Internet , Broadband Internet
Kitchen & dining
Cooking utensils, Grill, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator , Toaster
Credit cards accepted
Smoking not allowed