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Plympton Barn

advertised on Sept. 8, 2011
Holiday Home Europe Holiday Home Great Britain Holiday Home South West
The Barn is just a short walk away in a picturesque valley to the pretty beach of South Sands. For details and pricing: http://barn.plymptonfarm.com


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Holiday Home #12628
TQ7 3DL, Europe, Great Britain, South West ,Salcombe.

 Price: 650 EUR per Week
 Arrival day: after Agreement
 Catering: self catering

 Best for

Vacation, Beach, Single Vacation, hiking vacation

 Description of accommodation

The Barn contains two bedrooms: One with a kingsize bed and another with two singles. Additionally there is a sofa bed for two available in the main living space. (To one side, not impacting the seating area) The downstairs timberclad and travertine-floored hallway leads to the two bedrooms as well as a small utility space, a separate WC and the Bathroom. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower and a separate bath. Upstairs is a large open-plan living space.
Folding doors on the south-facing side of the building open up to a decked balcony. This space consists of a kitchen/dining area, a seating area centered around a woodburner and finally one end with a sofa(-bed) and comfortable chair for those who like to enjoy some peace and quiet or read a book.

We regret that we cannot allow dogs in this property. Smoking is also not permitted.
For details and pricing see http://barn.plymptonfarm.com

 Other information

For details and pricing see http://barn.plymptonfarm.com


 Surface: 100 m²
 number of rooms: 2
 Beds: 4
 Health assets

Bath, Shower, WC

 Equipment of the facility outside

Balcony/Terrace, Barbecue Spot

 Equipment of the facility inside


 kitchen equipment

Electric cooker, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Microwave, Dishes

 devices in the house

TV, DVD-Player, Washing-maschine, Towels


 Detailed description of town and location

Salcombe is a small picturesque town in the South Hams district of Devon, South-West England. The town is close to the mouth of the Estuary and lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

The town's extensive waterfront and the naturally sheltered harbour formed by the estuary gave rise to its success as a boat- and shipbuilding and sailing port and, in modern times, tourism especially in the form of pleasure sailing and yachting. Apart from tourism, crab fishing still plays an important role.
Recommended Outings:

The Cliffs, for the most part, belong to the National Trust and provide spectacular shelter for plants and animals alike. The sea views are breathtaking. Especially the public footpath along the top of the cliff from Sharpitor Museum towards Bolt Head early in the morning when the sun rises over the estuary with masts popping out over a thin layer of fog. Sunsets are especially beautiful when viewed from Bolberry or Hope Cove.

The Coastal Footpath has many interesting streches, both on the Salcombe side (starting at South Sands) and on the East-Portlemouth side. Highlights include Bolt Head and Soar Mill Cove. Both of these are close to the farm and many Public Footpaths join the coastal path to South Sands valley. It sounds further than it is; but the sea is never much more that 1 km away whether go you East, West or South. Along this stretch of Coastal Footpath you may even see deer along the more remote parts of the path early in the morning or at dawn.

The Sharpitor Museum is definitely worth the visit with its sub-tropical gardens. There are numerous other National Trust properties nearby to vist: Historic Homes, Gardens Coast- and Countryside. Please check their webside for details.

East-Portlemouth lies on the Western side of the estuary and can be reached by ferry from Salcombe. It is home to some great beaches, a pleasant beach-cafe (Venus Cafe). You should also try the walk to the sea from here along the coastal footpath to Prawl Point. Along the way you will pass some secluded beaches, which, if you are lucky, you may have to yourself.

The Estuary is best seen from a boat and there are several options open to you. Either you take the Estuary Trip with the Salcombe to Kingsbridge Ferry (High Tide only) or you rent a boat either at Whitestrand or along Island Street.

Highly recommended is a trip by boat to the pub at South Pool (only possible at High Tide)

 possible activities in the vicinity

Horse-riding, Boat Rental, Sailing, Diving, Waterski, Tennis

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 The owner speaks the following languages

deutsch, englisch

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