Atlantic House - OC159
House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 7
Atlantic House is a fabulous 3 bedroom home with large open plan living/dining with sliding doors out to the balcony with rattan furniture, perfect for enjoying 'al-fresco' dining and overlooking the garden & 3 miles of sandy, surfing beach extending from Woolacombe to Putsborough. There is a separate, well equipped kitchen with electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washing machine. The living area provides a great space for the family with a flat screen Tv with freeview, an xbox and comforatable seating for 6/7.
The accommodation is arranged on two floors with entry from the car parking area directly to both kitchen and hallway with cloakroom and living/dining room. Stairs lead down from the hallway to three bedrooms and family bathroom with shower over. The master bedroom has wonderful views out across the village, the beach and the sea beyond with sliding doors leading onto the large newly laid terrace with attractive rattan-style outside furniture for lazy days and evening spent admiring the sunset skies. There is a further double bedroom, a twin room and a family bathroom with shower over the bath..
There is a camp bed available for children up to the age of 10 if required. Please ask for details.
Outside there is dedictaed parking for 2 vehicles with further unrestricted roadside parking for further vahicles if required. Accessed via steps from the side of the property and also the master bedroom there is a large patio area with terraced mature gardens all enjoying views over Woolacombe Bay, the beach and the sea. The rear terrace and gardens are fully enclosed. There is a storage shed for surfboards and a BBQ provided.
|Size||Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|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, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 7, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The West Country region
With its fabulous scenery and world famous beaches, it's not surprising the South West is one of the country's best loved holiday destinations. Beautiful, romantic, and just a touch mysterious, it's a place where happy memories are made and the stresses of everyday life seem far away.
Holidaymakers are increasingly discovering the magic of North Devon, as they look for a holiday that can refresh, invigorate and inspire. This unspoilt, enchanting, yet accessible part of the South West has something for everyone. Our visitors are drawn to the miles of spectacular, golden sandy beaches with exceptional surfing waves, the dramatic coastline, the lush green countryside and stunning moorland, all waiting to be explored.
There's so much to choose from. For the energetic there's surfing, cycling, coasteering, riding, golf, walking, and much more. Those preferring to relax and unwind will love the unhurried pace of life in this special corner of Devon, the breathtaking views, the pretty timeless villages, the seaside traditions. Not to mention the warm welcome that awaits you at the numerous delightful pubs and restaurants serving the very best local food and drink.
Whatever you are looking for, you'll find it in North Devon.
Woolacombe has long been a favourite family destination, offering an outstanding beach along with every local amenity you could need. The three miles of golden sand and surf are every child's idea of heaven. The beach has been awarded a Blue Flag, and is prized for its cleanliness and water quality. Woolacombe is also the proud holder of the 'England for Excellence Gold Award for Best Family Beach'. With a host of excellent pubs, cafes and shops, there is always plenty going on in Woolacombe, both in the daytime and evening. Visitors love the friendly, laid-back atmosphere and often return to the resort year after year. Those preferring a quieter spot for their bucket and spade holidays often head for Putsborough beach, at the western side of Woolacombe Bay, a delightful unspoilt beach where time seems to have stood still.
Woolacombe is the perfect base for a holiday exploring North Devon. There's plenty to see within just a few miles. Around the corner from Woolacombe Sands is the cliff top village of Mortehoe, pretty, romantic and with a fascinating history. It is perched above small sandy beaches and hidden coves, just waiting to be discovered. Morthoe was mentioned in the Domesday book, has a church dating back to Norman times, and a past full of tales of smugglers and wreckers. And some great pubs and tea shops too! The village nestles below Morte Point, surrounded by stunning coastal scenery, ideal for walkers.
The South West Coast Path passes along this stretch of coastline, and walkers can admire extraordinary views. On a fine evening the sunsets are magical. Exmoor National Park is just a short drive away, loved by walkers, cyclists and riders. There's plenty of other activities for the adventurous too, including coasteering and rock climbing near Croyde, and kite surfing and kayaking at Saunton Sands. Golfers are well catered for too. A few hundred metres from Saunton, you will find the renowned Saunton Golf Club, with its two championship courses. There are other golf courses in Barnstaple, Woolacombe, Ilfracombe and Westward Ho!
Woolcombe is just minutes from Croyde beach, also famous for its surfing waves, and increasingly known as the home of the Goldcoast Oceanfest music festival held annually, which attracts internationally acclaimed artists. For several days each June, the village buzzes with excitement and music, drawing in visitors from all over the country keen to enjoy the wonderful friendly atmosphere.
Croyde village itself is a picturesque mixture of thatched houses and colour washed cottages, with some great local pubs, including The Thatch, Billy Budd's and the Manor House Inn. Nearby Georgeham, one time home to Henry Williamson, author of 'Tarka the Otter', is also an excellent place to stop for a meal at either The Rock Inn or The King's Arms.
Nearby Braunton acts as a natural focus for visitors to North Devon, with its wealth of accommodation, amenities and facilities, including supermarkets and a full range of shops. The village also has the distinction of lying at the heart of England's only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The Biosphere has an exceptional range of wildlife habitats and is a rich source of research for scientists.
Holidaymakers wanting to explore the area are spoilt for choice. So many beautiful villages, inspiring walks and seaside locations! High on the list of places to visit might be Clovelly, where quaint houses cling to the steep cobbled streets that lead down to the working harbour. Also Appledore and Instow, set opposite each other across the River Taw, and linked in the high season by a small ferry. Closer to Woolacombe, a visit to the glorious Victorian seaside town of Ilfracombe is not complete without a look at 'Verity', Damien Hirst's controversial statue which has divided opinion among visitors, and put the town on the international map. Have a look and see what you think!
Wherever you go during your holiday, enjoy yourself and come back again soon!
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