3 bed, 2 bath family cottage; sleeps 6; pet-friendly
A charming 3 bed cottage with a large sociable kitchen/diner with electric Aga. The double doors from the kitchen lead out to the courtyard to sit out and enjoy the garden and beautiful countryside. A must for bird watchers. The comfy sitting room has an electric stove and plenty of games and DVDs to sit back and enjoy. Orchard Cottage is situated in the idyllic hamlet of Woolston (2.5 miles from Salcombe itself) surrounded by farmland, with lots of walks in every direction. You can’t help but relax here, with the hustle and bustle of Salcombe and Kingsbridge on the doorstep.
Changeover day: Friday
• master bedroom with superking & en-suite
• bedroom 2 with flexible superking or twin bed option
• bedroom 3 with full size bunk beds
• large kitchen/diner leading to secure patio and raised garden
• sitting room with electric fire
• family bathroom with bath
• pet friendly
• private parking for two cars
Availability: Red = unavailable
|Orchard Cottage ratecard||WEEK|
|Easter / May Half Term||£840/£910|
|April – May (outside holidays)||£770|
|3 July -10 Sept||£1120|
|11 Sept – 1 Oct||£840|
|Oct Half Term||£840|
|Xmas & New Year||£840|
from the visitors book:
‘A really lovely cottage in a great location. We have returned as we enjoyed it so much the first time’.
‘The cottage is wonderfully comfortable, cosy when it needs to be, yet with a beautiful garden for fine days. It was one of those properties where you feel instantly at home’.
‘This is a beautiful, cosy, country cottage superbly located for many local beaches which, at most are only a 10 minute drive away. The cottage was deceptively large and catered for all our needs as a family of 5 plus a dog!’.
‘We had a lovely time at Orchard Cottage – it’s in a beautiful location, has every amenity & is very stylish & comfortable’.
our owners love…
Our favourite day walk is the Soar to Salcombe circuit. Drive to East Soar, and as you approach Salcombe estuary stop for a great photo opportunity! Carry on down to South Sands and take the ferry into Salcombe, stroll around the shops and lunch at one of the many good pubs. Return walk via North Sands and the Winking Prawn for an ice cream.