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Shaldon Palm Cottage - Rekindle those seaside memories!

Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 0.3km

Rekindle those seaside memories!

Boasting an excellent location in the heart of picturesque Shaldon, this charming Georgian townhouse offers the perfect opportunity to sample those simple seaside pleasures, enjoyed in a more sedate and demure time.

Further accompanied by a wide range of age-old and modern day activities to experience on Devon's doorstep, you can be sure of a wholesome year-round getaway in Shaldon!

Comprising of versatile self-catering accommodation across 3 floors; this centrally-heated period home has been fully refurbished and modernised in keeping with the Georgian-style of the property, to offer a truly classic seaside stay for families and friends!

A pretty palm-lined front garden greets guests to the front of the property and on stepping inside guests will immediately feel right at home, in the pleasantly decorated entrance hallway.

A warm and inviting front living room encourages guests to relax and unwind to the seating provided and a lovely feature fireplace offers the perfect romantic ambience for cosy nights-in during the autumn and winter months.

The window seat to the sitting room also offers a charming spot in which to enjoy some daytime reading and a selection of puzzles and board games are conveniently to hand, to encourage quality moments together in this timeless seaside getaway!

From the entrance hallway a flight of stairs leads down to the heart of the home; the kitchen, which boasts a modern country-style finish and is complemented by a spacious adjacent dining room, to offer the perfect venue for hosting memorable dinner parties and informal gatherings.

The rustic tiling to both rooms also offers a relaxed flow just perfect for holiday stays and guests can enjoy the convenience of home-cooking, with all the desired appliances provided here, including a gas hob, oven, toaster, kettle and fridge.

A flat screen TV, DVD player, CD player and games are also situated in the central built-in cupboard of the dining room area, for guest's entertainment.

A pretty conservatory also features to the lower ground floor, to offer year-round enjoyment whatever the season, with views overlooking the private terrace garden, which is perfectly suited for 'alfresco' dining and is framed by manicured plant borders and pond.

The pleasant sleeping accommodation is also befitting the family-friendly appeal of this seaside holiday home, with flexible arrangements to suit groups of up to 6 guests.

The ground floor features a spacious guest bedroom comprising of a double bed with an en-suite shower room suitable for wheelchair access.

The first floor features a charming double master bedroom overlooking the back garden with an en-suite shower room, whilst the second bedroom to this floor looks out to the front of the property and is furnished with a pair of comfortable twin beds. A brand newly fitted family bathroom with bath tub is also conveniently placed next to the second bedroom on this floor.

All bedrooms are tastefully furnished in a pretty cottage style, with subtle tones, original fireplaces and sash windows, to offer the restful quality of a bygone era.

The charming holiday home further features a utility room next to the conservatory, with laundry facilities and a cloakroom WC provided here for guests' convenience.

A highly sought-after private parking space is easily found next to the property outside, with convenient access provided through the less formal garden & conservatory entrance.

From this timeless seaside retreat, guests are within enviable walking distance of the modern day delights and quaint fishing-village appeal of picturesque Shaldon.

Guests will find a wealth of local amenities on the doorstep, notably the popular village bakery and its charming selection of pubs, eateries and cafés, which include the highly recommended 'Coffee Rush Café', located just yards from the property.

Additional features & facilities at the property include:

Child friendly, Cot, Courtyard, Disabled access, Electric kettle, Full kitchen, Garden, Outside table & chairs, Private parking space, Suitable for elderly, TV digital flat screen and Utility room.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Shaldon 300 m
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 300 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Bristol - 141 km and Exeter International 38 km, Nearest railway: Newton Abbot 9.6 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden
Access Parking, Wheelchair users

The West Country region

Guests will find a wealth of local amenities on the doorstep, notably the popular village bakery and its charming selection of pubs, eateries and cafés, which include the highly recommended 'Coffee Rush Café', located just yards from the property.

A great range of dining options can be enjoyed here, from the contemporary restaurant known as 'No.1 The Strand' with its beachfront alfresco dining area to the inspiring sea view 'Crab Shack across on the Teignmouth side,' the beachside 'Clipper Cafe' and the famous regional cuisine of the 'Ode Restaurant & Ode Café;' all are here to tickle those taste buds each and every day!

The village exudes a sedate and tranquil charm, with sunset beach walks to enjoy alongside live Jazz every Monday at the Clifford Arms and its enviable range of 'alfresco' dining venues in the summertime.

This timeless quality is also perfectly complemented by the excellent selection of restaurants, bars and vibrant nightlife available in nearby Paignton, Torquay and Brixham.

For daytime amusement one of the best Zoos in the UK, the Shaldon Wildlife Trust is located here, alongside the village's popular Sailing, Golf, Cricket and Bowling Clubs. Guests looking for a scenic stroll can enjoy discovering Homeyard's Botanical Gardens, which nestle in a pretty and secluded Shaldon beauty spot.

The high season also brings with it a wide range of lively Regattas, music events, galas and the annual Water Carnival to enjoy.

For those looking for some beach fun, Shaldon Beach offers the perfect excuse for swimming, canoeing, sailing and rowing. For those looking to enjoy a more secluded beach spot, Ness Cove provides a peaceful sanctuary in which to enjoy in the summertime sun, with rock-pools to explore and alfresco BBQs to enjoy (by booking through Teignbridge District Council).

Wine buffs can savour a day at the Old Walls Vineyard which is located just across the water, and for those looking for a relaxed way to spend the day can take the oldest ferry in the UK from Shaldon to Teignmouth, for a leisurely trip on the water and a day of unhurried sightseeing.

The River Teign Rowing Club and Teignmouth Golf Club, Go-Karting Park, Water Park and the Living Coasts attraction can also be found in the surrounding area and the famous scenic Steam Railway tour, River Boat cruises and Kents Cavern are also nearby, to provide a nostalgic and memorable seaside escape along Devon's picture-perfect coast!

Additional Activities and Attractions Include:

Boat rentals/charters, Canoeing/kayaking, Crazy golf/pitch & putt, National Trust properties, Near beach, Public transportation, Restaurants & bars, Rowing boats, Scenic trails, Surf fishing and Wildlife centre.


Teignmouth Golf Club is justifiably proud of its heritage. The course was designed by the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie and opened in 1924, some 9 years before he completed his most famous work at the Augusta National, home of the US Masters.

Teignmouth's course is situated near to the South Devon coast and, at 800 feet above sea level, it commands spectacular views of the sea and nearby moors.

The 18 hole moorland links presents a great test of golf for players of all abilities. Features include six varied and challenging par 3s and no fewer than 11 two-tier greens, a true MacKenzie trademark.

Contact Details:-

Teignmouth Golf Club, Haldon Moor, Teignmouth, Devon. TQ14 9NY

Shaldon Approach Golf is considered one of the best approach courses in the South West, with breathtaking views of Teignmouth and the Teign Estuary. Shaldon has hole distances of 60 - 120 yds ( 7 holes over 100 yds).

The course is open daily from 10.00 am Mon - Fri and 9.00 am Sat & Sun. Closing time is generally around dusk.

Clubs are available for hire from the Attendants Hut at Shaldon, which is located next to the upper car park at the Ness. .There is no specific dress code for the course and golf shoes do not need to be worn.



Shaldon has a very close but welcoming community. A tightly woven fabric of small backstreets with lots of small cottages, it remains one of the best kept secrets in Devon. House prices actually reflect this however.

It is quintessentially English especially when you see the locals playing bowls on the small central village green. You could even think the Spanish Armada may be appearing off the Ness at any moment! The green, as you would expect is overlooked by the local pub and each Wednesday in the season there is a local gift market, the 1785 day! People dress up in Georgian costume and there are often entertainers, including local musicians.

The green is central to the Village and leading off from this you can explore further inland (but not too far) or walk to the water edge where at low and mid tide you can walk down the estuary. The estuary stretches across to Teignmouth its larger neighbour and can be reached by Ferry from the beach! The main channel is relatively deep water which is why you will see the occasional larger industrial boat moving up of down the far channel under guidance of the Shaldon and Teignmouth Pilot.

In 1909 the ferry moved into the modern era and installed an engine. No more oars and when the tide is in flood you may imagine they were relieved when fuel replaced muscle! ! The boats have been traditionally painted black and white for 300 years and remain this way today! Records show that a ferry has been operating since the 13th century! That's before the Pilgrim Fathers reached their new home!

If you walk to the top of Shaldon, along the shore front and then narrow road, you will find the Shaldon Wildlife centre, which is a dedicated conservation “zoo”. This “Trust” is next to the public car park and this is the easiest place to park to reach the Ness beach.


Teignmouth also has that relaxed holiday ambience generated by its people and buildings, such as the Georgian crescents found in the town. Teignmouth is a true historic seafishing and industrial port and also a classical seaside resort. Both industry and fishing are now much reduced, but watching the ships and pleasure boats passing the Ness between Shaldon and Teignmouth is always enjoyable.

Teignmouth boasts a promenade, a Victorian pier, a swimming lido, plenty of shopping, a theatre, very safe main beach, great walks, a railway station and parks.

Add to this the great selection of restaurants, such as the Crab Shack, and local pubs touching the water front, beach huts sitting proud on the "spit" and the ambience is complete. Teignmouth is easy to reach by car, just 15-20 minutes from Exeter by car or by train. You can even arrive by boat provided you can find a mooring.

For fishermen Teignmouth is a true haven, with a large beach front, and an estuary that sees a good number of bass and flatfish caught by locals every year. Float fish off the spit on a full tide with sandeel, spin in the estuary or beach cast into the surf (watch the surfers however when an easterly is blowing).

West Country / Devon:

South Devon has a coastline of spectacular rugged cliffs and headlands, interspersed with lower-lying areas, sandy beaches and the five distinctive river estuaries of the Dart, Avon, Yealm, Erme and Salcombe.

The coastal scenery also includes reed beds, sand dunes, shingle ridges, mud flats, salt marshes, and the freshwater lake of Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve. This variety provides habitat for a diverse range of wildlife. The South West Coast Path National Trail running along the whole stretch of heritage coast, provides access to spectacular scenery, long views across bays and the English Channel, interesting beaches, and a scattering of coastal villages & historic towns such as Salcombe & Dartmouth.

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