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Shaldon Beach Hut 2 - The all year round seaside escape!

Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

The all year round seaside escape!

A cosy and intimate romantic getaway whatever the time of year, enjoy a magical spring or summer hideaway, full of long alfresco lunches and fresh sea breeze fun. In autumn & winter, the waves crash theatrically on the shoreline outside while cosy on the inside! This beautiful bijou holiday retreat provides the perfect leisure stay for 'all season' fun and is the perfect choice for romantic stays, small activity groups or glamorous beach babes!

On reaching the prestigious Beach Hut development, nestled on the beachfront by the idyllic estuary of the River Teign; guests will notice Shaldon Beach Hut 2 offers more space and more comfort. There is a private parking space to the front with direct access into the utterly chic and charming open plan living room which will leave you spellbound by the sea directly ahead! The bi-fold doors to the living room here provide a great asset for the spring and summer months; when they can be left wide open to bring the glorious beach scene and sea views into the living area for guests to enjoy.

The wall mounted TV with DVD player and free Wi-Fi access also provides guests with additional entertainment to catch up on something you just don't want to miss.

A luxury galley style kitchen provides everything you need in this luxury 5* beach hut, ensuring guests can enjoy the full freedom of a self-catering stay!

Granite worktops, a microwave oven, induction hob and an integrated fridge are all there and for additional flexibility, there are a host of restaurants and Gastro pubs, just a picturesque beach stroll away!

The outside terrace equipped with outdoor dining area and parasol, provides the perfect spot for enjoying unhurried lunches in the summer sunshine or in the evenings as the sea calms and the stars twinkle through the dusk.

Up above on a mezzanine floor is a made up king sized futon mattress (all hypo-allergenic), perfect for couples. Additional guests can also be accommodated in comfort on a double size sofa futon bed.

A luxury stone tiled bathroom fitted with power shower, wash basin and WC is further provided for guests' convenience, in this surprisingly well equipped Beach Hut!

Further Facilities and Features:

Clothes horse, Electric radiators, Full kitchen, Hairdryer, High definition tv, Outside table & chairs, Public parking, Sea view, TV digital, TV flat screen, Under floor heating and Universal shaver plug.

Car recommended, Pets not permitted, Smoking not permitted.

From the beautiful beach, which offers a full range of activities from picnics to swimming; a wide selection of activities are also easily accessible just a short drive away including mountain biking, water sports, horse riding, golf, fishing and bird watching.

The welcoming and vibrant village of Shaldon also boasts a fine selection of dining out options for guests to enjoy; from local vibrant cafés, seafood restaurants, country Gastro pubs to award winning eateries; this stretch of Devon coastline offers it all!

Shaldon village is perfectly situated for convenient travel being just a 15 minute drive from Torquay and Newton Abbot mainline Train Station, a 20 minute drive from the M5 and a 30 minute drive from Exeter Airport.

As featured in BBC Country File Sun 21 August 2011

Notes of the tariff table above

The tariff is calculated on a nightly rate of £120 p/n for the first 2 nights and drops to £110 p/n for 3 nights or more. If you would like to book just 1 night, then that is at a premium rate of £170.

Making a booking

To make a confirmed booking, you will be required to fill in our online booking form and pay a 30% deposit. The remaining holiday balance will then be due 6 weeks before arrival. Payment for your holiday can be made by debit or credit card, PayPal or bank transfer – this selection is made through the payment pages after clicking the Book Online button. All bookings are inclusive of cleaning, linen & towels. Please bring your own beach towels as these are not provided.

All bookings are inclusive of cleaning, linen & towels. Beach towels are not provide.

Additional Extras

You can order additional services if you wish, such as welcome hamper, wine etc.

Size Sleeps up to 4, Studio
Nearest beach On location
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Exeter 31 km, Nearest railway: Teignmouth 2.2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge
Rooms 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ
Access Parking

The West Country region

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.

Devon has 22 miles of coastline, cliffs, coves and beaches and walks to rival any in the South West of England, with a climate that belongs somewhere much further south. There are opportunities for surfing, safe swimming, diving, sailing, angling and wonderful opportunities to study the natural wildlife at your leisure

Stunning views are to be seen just about every where across this part of the Devon coastline, out over the English Channel , along the 40 miles of Lyme Bay to Portland Bill or inland towards the Ten Tors Dartmoor. Shaldon is an ideal base from which to visit Dartmouth, Totnes, Exeter and Plymouth, all of which are only a few miles distant.

Teignmouth:

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).

Dartmoor:

Dartmoor is known for its plethora of Bronze Age remains; stone circles, stone rows and burial chambers and its clapper bridges, it is also well known for mists and boggy areas, though stories of the latter are often much exaggerated.

Two Bridges - is a central location of Dartmoor National Park and is mostly the meeting point of walkers and bikers. This is a bridge that was of much historical importance for it was the only routine road running across Dartmoor. The bridge had a small settlement around it and was famous for its potato market.

You can also find a small quarry that is proof enough of little industrial activity around it. There is also a famous hotel close to the bridge that dates back to year 1794. This hotel has now grown up to become The Two Bridges hotel. The two bridge area is the focal point of many events and is very rich in terms of antiquities available, there are lots of antiques relating to the Bronze Age period.

The Garden House - is a very romantic place. If you are with your partner then I suggest you must visit the Garden House for sure. The remains of the building around it is from the medieval period. To put it in words of Alan Titchmarsh, "You got to be mad to miss it" and I am sure you will vouch by this statement once you have seen the place yourself.

It is a huge area, approximately ten acres and all of it landscaped into a beautiful garden. Amidst this charming garden you have a tea room where you can sit back and relax. They also sell plants, so it would be a romantic idea to buy a gift for your partner? Your partner will be totally charmed and will fall in love with you all over again.

Shaldon

Shaldon

Shaldon is situated on the mouth of the river Teign, Shaldon is an unspoilt village, with a thriving livelyhood based on the estuary. It is a thriving village, opposite the busy working port of Teignmouth. Local people and holiday makers alike are able to stay on foot as Shaldon boasts a full range of local shops, newsagent, Pharmacy, Post Office, Bakers, general stores, and a local butcher who also runs in the shop a delicatessen, and a good range of local green grocery.

Shaldon boasts three pubs, each with its own identity and differing menus, one in fact has a Thai restaurant. In addition there are a couple of Hotels, and numerous charming places to stay, both in the centre and on the edge of Shaldon and Ringmore. Shaldon Bed and Breakfast properties are plentiful, catering for all tastes, and there is a good range of Shaldon self catering accommodation, located the length of Shaldon and Ringmore. Most properties are an easy walk within the village, to the beaches and local amenities, or a five to ten minute stroll along the river, on the flat walk from Ringmore upstream.

As one of the prettiest villages in Devon, remaining as an old English style village, visitors are treated to relaxing pastimes. Bowls are played on the immaculate village green, overlooked by one of the village pubs, and during the holiday season, a local gift market takes place on each Wednesday, known as 1785 day, and the local people dress in Georgian costume. In the evening, entertainment changes to Punch and Judy, sometimes an open air play, a juggler, or maybe musicians and dancers. For those that simply like to sit and watch the life on the river, many benches are to be found near the river mouth, from here you can watch the comings and goings of the beach, the many people enjoying their boats, and of course the amazing sight of the big clay boats being led in and out by the pilot as they negotiate the narrow deep water channel to enter the port of Teignmouth.

Shaldon is a small, vibrant village on the banks of the River Teign estuary. From Shaldon beach, a foot ferry will take you across to explore Teignmouth, the ferry has been in operation since the 13th century. The black and white design of the boats has been unaltered for about three hundred years, and the ferry was modernised when the oars gave way to a motor in 1909. It is the fastest way to reach Teignmouth!

At the top of the village you can find the Shaldon Wildlife centre, this is dedicated to conservation, and is in fact a small zoo, fascinating for both young and old, it is well worth a visit. The Trust is located by the large car park at the top of the village, and this is the nearest place to park to reach the Ness beach.

The energetic can play golf up above the Ness, or walk the South coast path towards Torquay, where the views across the bay are quite spectacular, looking towards Teignmouth one can see Dawlish, Exmouth, and far beyond towards Dorset. For the serious golfer, across the estuary one can find Teignmouth golf club, as you play you can see some of the most stunning scenery, both out to sea and across to Dartmoor. Shaldon also is in easy reach of both Newton Abbot race course, and Exeter race course.

If all the exercise and activities make you hungry, there are several places in Shaldon where you can enjoy a Devon cream tea, in addition there are several riverside cafes/bistro , and a superb coffee shop where Fair trade coffee is served with home made cakes.

Further Activities & Attractions Include:

Boat Rentals/Charters, Canoeing/Kayaking, Crazy Golf/Pitch & Putt, Exceptional Views, Gallery, Grocery Shopping Nearby, Museums, National Trust Properties, Playground, Public Transportation, Restaurants & Bars, Rowing Boats, Train Station, Waterfalls, Winery Tours, Wildlife Centre and Zoo.

Golf:

Shaldon Approach Golf ~

The Ness, Ness Dr Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon TQ14 0EY

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 is an 18-hole course and has hole distances of 60 - 120 yards ( 7 holes over 100 yards).

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

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.

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Calendar last updated:02 Oct 2014

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