Horner Cottage

Teignmouth, Devon

Sleeps 3

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Two Bed cottage

Horner Cottage is an 100 year old stone cottage, located in the coastal town of Teignmouth in Devon. The cottage has two bedrooms and can comfortably sleep up to 3 people. It is one of a row of terrace cottages and it adjoins the owners' home.

It is laid out over 3 floors with the living room and kitchen/diner on the ground floor. The living room is cosy with a sofa and armchair arranged around a fireplace with a gas fire. There is also a television and DVD player. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric cooker, washing machine and a large fridge freezer.

The bedrooms can be found on the 1st floor: a double bedroom and a single bedroom. And there is a bathroom on the top floor.

Outside there is a small sitting out area with furniture and parking for one car. Sorry no pets allowed.


  • Bathroom

  • 2nd floor
  • Bedroom 1

  • double bed, chest of drawers, chair, window (1st floor)
  • Bedroom 2

  • single bed, wash hand basin, bedside table and lamp, chest of drawers, window (1st floor)
  • Changeover Day

  • Fridays
  • Distances

  • Pub Nearby, Teignmouth town centre and beach short walk, Train station, shops and pubs 1/3 mile
  • General

  • NSH, gas and electricity included, bed linen and towels included, Summer Short Breaks
  • Hallway

  • with open stairs
  • Kitchen/Diner

  • electric oven, microwave, washing machine, fridge/freezer, kettle, writing desk, chair (ground floor)
  • Lounge

  • with sofa, armchair, fireplace with gas fire, standard lamp, TV, DVD player (ground floor)
  • Outside

  • Small sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (1 car).
  • Restrictions

  • no children allowed, no smoking
  • Separate Toilet

  • WC (ground floor)
  • Shower Room

  • with shower (ground floor)
  • Warning

  • 3 steps to sitting-out area


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