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Sleeps 10 adults Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 2 Pets Not accepted Region Devon Town/village Barnstaple

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Seaview Terrace, Barnstaple

This spacious and elegant Victorian townhouse is just a short uphill walk from the centre of the popular village of Braunton and offers wonderful views over the village and towards the Taw Estuary and the sea beyond. Stylishly presented throughout whilst retaining much of its original character this delightful property is an ideal place for family and friends to get together.You will also be able to enjoy the beaches, coast and countryside that are all just a few minutes drive away. A grand living/dining room is situated on the first floor taking advantage of the coastal views and has an original Victorian fireplace. With views to the rear the well equipped kitchen/breakfast room is adjacent. Four bedrooms are situated on the second floor, two doubles offering far reaching views and a twin overlooking the rear garden. There is a further compact twin bedroom that is ideal for children (low 6'6"ceiling). The ground floor offers an additional living room providing flexible living space for larger parties, a further very spacious bedroom and a newly fitted shower room. Leading out to the rear garden, a fully fitted utility room offers storage space for surf board and wet suits. A fully enclosed rear patio and terraced garden is ideal for enjoying a relaxing outdoor dining experience. The village of Braunton offers a great selection of individual shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs and is just a short drive to the beautiful surfing beaches of Saunton and Croyde (**Freeparking for one car provided in Croyde Down End Beach Car Park as an added extra**). Ideal for walkers and cyclists with easy access to the Tarka Trail, which follows the route of the old railway line around the Taw Estuary as well as the spectacular coastal walks along the nearby Golden Coast.

Accommodation:Ground Floor. Bed 1 with Super King zip 'n' link option to twins on request, and TV with freeview. Shower room with WC and basin. Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, sink and storage space. Living room with feature fireplace, TV, DVD and CD player. First floor. Living/dining room with feature fireplace, TV with freeview and DVD. Kitchen/breakfast room with 6 ring gas hob,electric double oven with grill, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Bathroom with shower over bath, WC and basin. Separate WC with basin. Second Floor. Bedroom 2 with Twin ideal for children. Bedroom 3 with Double. Bedroom 4 with Double. Bedroom 5 with Super King zip'n' link option to twins on request. Separate WC.

Facilities and Services: Linen and towels. Gas CH. Wi-Fi Broadband. No smoking. Regret no pets. Highchair. Garden furniture and BBQ. Free parking for one car provided in Croyde Down End Beach Car Park (up until end February 2017). Private parking for 3 cars. Short breaks available. 3pm arrival time. Arr/Dep for weekly bookings is Saturday.

Bedroom 5 with Twin zip'n' link option to Super King on requestBathroom with shower over bath, WC and basinBedroom 4 with DoubleSitting/Dining Room with feature fireplaceSeparate WC with basin
  • BBQ
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Heating, Central
  • High chair
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Water Views
  • Beach
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.
  • Ground Floor Bath/Shower room


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


The main town of North Devon and formerly a river port which played an important role in warfare and trade to the rest of the world. Much of the towns fascinating history can be learned from the guided heritage trails, the museum and library. The restored Lynton & Barnstaple railway is well worth a visit, the short journey has stunning views out across the valleys.

The Queens Theatre showcases a variety of drama, musicals, ballet and children’s events throughout the year. Tours of the former court rooms are available in the Guildhall along with other ceremonial chambers. Another feature of the town is the 16th century arch bridge across the River Taw and also the Queen Anne’s Walk. There are plenty of walking trails to choose from around the estate at Arlington Court, and the Carriage Museum on site has collections of historic dog carts, coaches and chariots.

The Broomhill sculpture gardens are great for a relaxing walk, and in case of a rainy day the Lets Go! Centre has a range of entertainment including a skating rink and ten pin bowling. For a great family day out visit Exmoor Zoo, with hundreds of exotic mammals, birds and insects. Through the day you can catch the many talks and feeds including the famous Exmoor Beast session.


From Tavistock and the rivers Tavy and Tamar to the English Riviera of Torbay, and the nautical town of Dartmouth north across Dartmoor (with its famous miniature ponies) to the surfing beaches of Croyde and Woolacombe, there can be few counties in England that offer such a broad spectrum of experiences to the visitor. 

Located in the South Westerly reaches of England, Devon shares a southerly border with Cornwall, and an easterly border with Somerset and Dorset. To the north and south the Bristol and English channels provide miles of beautiful coastline, and numerous attractions to the county. 

Areas of Oustanding Natural Beauty (5), National Parks (2) and many other parks and reserves make it very easy to get off the beaten track, but the cities of Plymouth and Exeter are as modern and vibrant as they come.

Inland are a number of country landscapes to explore; Tarka Country to the north, taking its name from a famous novel, offering the Tarka Trail; a fantastic cycle route through the beautiful country landscapes. Centrally, Dartmoor National Park is the largest open space in South England, and offers miles of rugged and wild moorland for keen walkers to explore.

Dartmoor Zoological Park is situated on the edge of the moor. The zoo is the inspiration behind a Hollywood film, and home to an impressive range of exotic animals. Along the south coast is the spectacular Jurrasic Coast World Heritage Site, reaching from Exmouth along into Dorset, and offering a spectacular coastline to discover.

Further south along the coast is the borough of Torbay, home to some of Devon’s most popular seaside resorts and tourist spots, and known as the English Riviera. Devon’s county town is the attractive city of Exeter, offering a mix of historical and modern architecture and culture. To the south is the University City of Plymouth, a historic port, and home to The Hoe, a popular public open space offering a range of attractions.   

Devon is the third biggest county in the UK by area, but it's quite easy to get around. In population, it is only the twelfth largest, so it's really not very crowded! Geographically and in spirit quite unlike the neighbouring counties, Devon is characterised by the granite structure that forms Dartmoor rising out of its distinctive red soil, and the very different Devonian rock structure underlying Exmoor. The Devonian geological period was actually named after Devon since it was here that these rocks were first studied. 

South West

England’s peninsula incorporates the counties of Cornwall and Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bristol. This region is mostly rural so is perfect to escape the everyday hustle and bustle, whether relaxing with the family by the seaside or exploring the wild moors and rugged coastline. The area boasts hundreds of beautiful sandy bays to choose from and fantastic surfing opportunities. The historic cities of Exeter, Bath and Gloucester are definitely worth a visit, and with transport links all the way down to Penzance even the famous Lands End and remote Isles of Scilly can be reached.

Area Devon Nearest shop 0.3 miles Nearest pub 0.3 miles


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