Hopesea Villa

Seaton, Devon, Devon

Sleeps 10

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Four Bed cottage

Hopesea Villa is a detached, four bedroom house, which enjoys magnificent, panoramic views over the Axe Estuary, Axmouth and the Seaton Marshes. It is situated in a tranquil location on the edge of Seaton, close to Colyford and within easy driving distance of the beach resort of Lyme Regis which offers restaurants, inns and shops, and the cathedral city of Exeter. This comfortable holiday home, a former farm manager's cottage, has been renovated to a good standard, with two en-suite shower rooms, original features and wood-burning stove. The house is superbly located for local nature and bird reserves, golf courses, lovely beaches just three miles and stunning countryside. Discover Seaton and the Axe Valley by the Seaton Tramway and the Jurassic coastline of Seaton with its harbour, beautiful thatched cottages and panoramic views of the Seaton seafront. A cosy feel runs throughout the property and the rooms are spacious with the dining-room leading onto the mainly lawned garden with seating area and summerhouse. A decking area to the rear of the house is a great place for barbecues. From the front garden there are stunning views to enjoy over the local nature reserve, and guests can watch the trams go by in the distance. A great holiday location, with diverse attractions, National Trust properties, stunning scenery and beautiful coastline.

Spacious living room with wood-burning stove and wooden floor. Well-equipped kitchen/dining-room with French doors to garden. Separate W.C. First floor: Three double bedrooms, one with additional Z-bed (for +1) and en-suite shower room. Bathroom/W.C. with over bath shower. Second floor: Twin-bedded room with additional Z-bed (for +1), en-suite shower room/W.C. and Velux windows.

*Elec incl *Full gas CH incl *Wood-burning stove - initial fuel incl, thereafter avail locally *Roadside parking *Shop 500 yds *Four TVs (Freeview) *DVD *Radio/cassette/CD *Tel - honesty box *Internet connection *Auto wm/tumble dryer *M/wave *D/washer *Fridge/freezer *T/cot *H/chair *Large enclosed lawned garden with 2 steps, sloping bank and furniture *Barbecue *Summer house *Secure cycle store *Duvets with linen and towels *Non-smokers only *Friday to Friday


Seaton's beach of shingle and pebbles is bordered by a long sea-wall built in 1980 after an exceptionally violent storm caused serious flooding. The town, mostly Victorian and Edwardian in character, lies at the mouth of the River Axe. It is flanked to the west by pale chalk cliffs, sheltering a beach of sand and shingle at Seaton Hole, and to the east by darker sandstone heights. There is a small harbour at the mouth of the river, below the point where it is crossed by a concrete bridge, built in 1877 and one of the first of its type in Britain.

An electric tramway runs inland from Seaton to Colyford and Colyton. It is said to be the only one in the world where tramcars with open upper decks are still used on a regular commercial basis. Other attractions of Seaton include a boating pool and a sailing club. Volunteer lifeguards patrol the beach on most weekends in summer.


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