Stylishly updated traditional fishermen’s cottage located close to Brixham harbour, boasting separate outdoor spaces, and sea views from many of the principal rooms.
Boasting outdoor terraced areas, all with inimitable harbour and bay views, this Brixham bolthole promises an unforgettable seaside escape. From here, breathe in the fresh sea air over an al fresco breakfast, or perhaps a home-cooked dinner of freshly caught seafood from the waters below. It’s a great spot to embrace a slower pace of life but lies just half a mile from the thriving harbour.
Stylishly updated, the traditional fisherman’s cottage is deceptively spacious, with two bedrooms comfortably sleeping four. Exposed stone walls and original features remain throughout, and despite its light and airy layout, a wood burner helps turn it into a cosy haven at night. You’re never far from the sea here too, with water views throughout the house, as well as subtle touches of nautical decor.
At Brixham’s harbour you’ll discover a proud maritime history, with fishing trips and ferries across Torbay departing and arriving almost constantly. The area has recently become known for its thriving arts scene too, with several galleries and workshops perfect for creative types to spend an afternoon browsing. For beach-lovers, there’s nowhere better; head to the quiet and secluded St Mary’s Bay (1.5 miles) or join the crowds on the main Breakwater Beach (1 mile).