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Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

Grade 11 thatched cottage, with beautiful cottage garden, covered trellised area, with fairy lights and b b q for eating al fresco. Located just a 3 minute walk from the Teign estuary, and a further short stroll along the waters edge to the beach and picturesque village of Shaldon.

This beautiful part 15c cottage, with original beamed ceilings (plus plenty of head room), and quirky nooks and crannies, has been recently renovated, with top quality appliances and oak flooring, whilst retaining all of its period charm. Rooster Hall is new to us and we plan to live here in the near future, so it is fully equipped with all those little extras you find in your own home.

With 3 pubs within walking distance, plus restaurants, cafes, and little shops, there is even a Zoo - everything is close by to ensure a fabulous holiday.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Shaldon
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Exeter 32 km, Nearest railway: Teignmouth 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Central heating

Stylish kitchen with shaker style units brand new halogen electric cooker, microwave, and top quality German white goods.

Dining room with mahogany dining table and seating for 6.

Downstairs power shower, basin and loo plus new LG washing machine

Living room with new 32” free sat Panasonic flat screen TV with DVD and video recorder, and sony stereo sound system.

Double bedroom with luxury king size bed with luxurious Hungarian Goosedown duvet. Fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Adjoining bathroom with Vilroy Bosch bathroom suite.

Upstairs

Double bedroom with fabulous, comfy king size bed, duck fearther and down duvet, built in wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Twin bedroom with twin beds, duvets with man made fibre, and chest of drawers.

Travel cot - please bring your own baby bedding

Lindam flexiguard portable stair gate

The cottage is centrally heated.

TOWELS AND LINEN

All towels and linen are 100% cotton and freshly laundered.

Each guest is provided with Egyptian cotton bath towel and hand towel.

Please provide your own beach towels.

Please provide your own baby bedding should you wish to use the travel cot

Should your stay be for more than one week your linen will be changed mid term / weekly.

Further details outdoors

Cottage garden, accessed from the kitchen via a stable door, and from the living room, and kept in check by our lovely gardener.

Very pretty rose/climber covered area, complete with fairy lights, garden table and seating for 6. There is also a swing seat for 2.

Area outside to hang washing.

Private off road parking for 2 cars.

Further details

Rooster Hall is non smoking

A deposit of 30% is requested to secure your booking

Payment may be made by on line bank transfer or cheque.

Balance is due 6 weeks before arrival.

We request a £150 refundable damage deposit, which will be returned in full within 2 weeks of the end of your stay, subject to any damage.

Changeover day is Saturday with some flexibility in low season. Check in after 4pm and checkout by 10am.

The West Country region

South Devon is the perfect holiday destination; for an action loving family or a romantic get-a-way for 2.

Details and flyers are waiting for you in our cottage – there are so many places to visit, pubs to watch the world go by, restaurants to try, and beaches to build sand castles and swim, plus theatres and exhibitions.

We have included some useful links :

Information on Shaldon: www.shaldon-devon.co.uk/

www.shaldon-village.co.uk/

Whats on: www.leadstonecamping.co.uk/whatson.htm

Dawlish Warren nature reserve & blue flag beach: www.dawlishwarren.co.uk

Dartmoor: www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk/

Naval port of Darmouth: www.discoverdartmouth.com/

English Riviera: www.englishriviera.co.uk/

Coastal train: www.greatscenicrailways.com/

South West coastal walks: www.southwestcoastpath.com/main/walks/index.cfm?fsa=dspWalkDetail&w_id=7

Award winning activity farm: www.pennywellfarm.co.uk/

Eden project: www.edenproject.com/

Local golf courses:: http://tinyurl.com/2bhovvm

Weather in Shaldon: http://weathernews.co.uk/pinpoint/index.cgi?areaCode=73725&cityName=Shaldon

Some special dates:

Teignmouth, Dawlish & Shaldon Events:

8 October 2012, Jubilee Walking Festival, Paignton

13 October 2012, Exmouth Illuminated Carnival

25 October 2012, Torbay Festival of Poetry

16 - 18 November 2012, Teignmouth Jazz Festival , The 2010 festival brings artists from the UK, USA, and Europe covering all forms of jazz from Traditional and Standards to Latin and Contemporary.

08 December 2012 - Shaldon Water Carnival Winter Ball ,

26 December 2012 - Shaldon Water Carnival 3 legged Race , On Boxing Day villagers will be seen in fancy dress, with legs tied together, racing from the Green through the village stopping and taking a drink at all the pubs

26 December 2012 - Teignmouth’s traditional Boxing Day walk in the sea ,

Shaldon

SHALDON AREA

Shaldon is a quaint historic fishing village with pretty pastel painted cottages. There are lovely sandy beaches, with Ness beach at the end of a smuggler’s tunnel. Fabulous walks, coastal and inland, to explore; pitch and put golf in the village & approach18 hole golf course. .

Enjoy a glass of wine on the water’s edge and watch the ever changing views, sailboats bobbing on the tide, elegant swans, and a passenger ferry from Shaldon to Teignmouth. Visit the beautiful botanical gardens and wildlife centre with exotic birds, small mammals and reptiles.

From May to September there is a "1785 Day" Craft Fair on the green followed in the evening by entertainment for the children and a one act play with audience participation.

During June there is an international music festival. At the start of August is the Shaldon Water Carnival then a nine day Regatta ending on Bank Holiday Monday.

And when you can tear yourself away, there is Dartmoor National Park to visit, the Eden project just 1.5hrs drive away – and so much more.

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Review 1-10 of 17

28 Jan 2014

5/5

"Just wonderful."

Shaldon is a lovely Devon fishing village. If you want to stay in a lovely old thatched cottage with garden, BBQ and minutes walk from the estuary and ten mins walk to centre of village and sandy beach then Rooster Hall is for you. We loved it so much we have Re-booked for May of this year and will continue to come down. Highly recommended.

5 Sep 2013

5/5

"Perfect Summer Holiday"

Rooster Hall ticked all the boxes for our summer holiday, suitable for a family with young children with space for grandparents too. There is plenty of room for everyone, with a large dining table and… More

8 Jul 2013

5/5

"Absolute gem of a holiday house!!"

We had the pleasure of staying at Rooster Hall during late June & formed an immediate attachment to this beautiful house - so much so, we stayed for an extra unplanned night! The house is both comfortable & welcoming with good facilities coupled with a gorgeous garden where we spent most evenings enjoying a g&t & a BBQ surrounded by fragrant roses. The village of Shaldon is within easy walking distance & offers some excellent pubs & shops (the bakery & butchers are amazing!) & it is also easy to walk across the bridge into Teignmouth. We spent our time walking the coastal paths & surrounding countryside which were simply beautiful & spent time on Ness beach which is a vast expanse of sand & shallow waters. We loved this location & will certainly be retuning visitors to Rooster Hall.

27 Jun 2013

5/5

"Everything we hoped for"

The thatched cottage had everything we needed -- comfortable beds, modern kitchen, washing machine, off-street parking -- and more space than we expected. The garden is beautiful. We had a lovely seas… More

19 Jun 2013

5/5

"Oh so lovely..."

Ein Traum von Ferienhaus. So geräumig, gepflegt und toll eingerichtet. Für eine Famile mit 4 Personen fast zu groß ;-) romantischer Garten und malerische Lage zwischen vielen hübschen Häusern. Fu… More

26 Apr 2013

4/5

"Toasty warm cottage!"

Despite the bitterly cold weather we enjoyed a weeks stay at Rooster Hall over Easter. The cottage was lovely and warm and extremely inviting to come home to after a brisk walk down the local village. We loved the fact that good facilities such as children's park, shop, cafe's and pubs were all within walking distance from the cottage. The cottage is well kept and nicely decorated throughout with all modern appliances. Shame we didn't get the weather to enjoy the garden.

25 Feb 2013

4/5

"Lovely cozy family cottage"

We hired Roster hall in January and had a lovely stay. It's a beautiful old thatched Devon long house with walls a few feet thick so once the heating as been on it stays warm and cozy despite the cold January weather and snow. There was heavy rain and gales one night during our stay, and we slept right through as you couldn't hear a thing through the walls!
The house is well positioned and in walking distance of the beaches and pubs/shops of Shaldon. The garden is well kept with a nice BBQ area that we would have made use of had it been warmer. The house is well kitted out, especially for a toddler / young children, with everything you need for a pleasant stay. Throughly recommended for a relaxing family holiday!

18 Feb 2013

5/5

"A warm, welcoming, and interesting cottage in a lovely village."

The cottage is within walking distance of the pretty village centre of Shaldon and the beaches. It's an old thatched cottage but beautifully renovated and very comfortable. Ideal for grandparents… More

16 Feb 2013

4/5

"Lovely, comfortable and well equipped cottage"

A great cottage, well equipped will many extras in the kitchen such as a hand blender and food processor. Really comfortable accomodation, good beds, very clean. There are two bathrooms so enough for … More

23 Nov 2012

5/5

"Third Time at Rooster Hall"

We've just had our third stay at Rooster Hall and fifth trip to Shaldon. We are a group of six girlfriends who like walking, eating out, socialising and generally having a laugh! Rooster Hall is perfect for us. The cottage has plenty of room, with two excellently appointed bathrooms and very comfortable bedrooms. The kitchen has everything you could possibly want, if you feel the need to cook that is, and the dining/living rooms are cosy areas to relax in. The location of the cottage is perfect too. A little way out of the village so it's really quiet when you want to have a rest and just a short walk into the village when you want activity. Rooster Hall is approx a 10 minute stroll into the centre of Shaldon (if you follow the directions from the owner) and is situated uphill from Shaldon, which gives you an excellent view of the estuary as you walk down to the village. The garden is fabulous and there is a pleasant sheltered seating area just outside the back door, that we even manage to use when we visit in November, so it must be absolutely glorious in the summer months!!! Plenty of parking too. Although, we have always caught the train to Teignmouth and used the local cabs (cheap and reliable) if we didn't want to use our legs. All appliances/heating are easy to use and the cottage is absolutely immaculate, a real credit to the owners and the housekeeper. It's so comfortable; we really do consider it home when we are in Shaldon. Just a little tip… if like us you tend to come back to the cottage after dark(!) make sure you leave the outside light on or take a little torch out with you, it will make life easier when you come to get the key out of the key safe!!

Shaldon/Teignmouth are excellent for a gentle relaxing time. There are lovely walks up past The Ness Hotel and out onto Labrador Bay. Plenty of places to eat and drink (the Ferry Boat in Shaldon being a favorite of ours). The whole place is really welcoming and we have had some fabulous times there.

We will definitely be visiting again. Thank you for a lovely break.

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