Battery Cottage is built on the site of a 14th century fortification that still retains evidence of a dry moat, and this delightful retreat for two, part of the owner's home but totally separate, is set in an unrivalled position overlooking the mouth of the Yealm estuary. Here the South West coastal path passes the front of the cottage with quite exceptional views to steeply wooded banks and the deep clear water that surrounds the headland and on out to the Great Mew Stone that guards the entrance to the Yealm with the sea beyond. A fairly steep path leads down to a lovely shingle cove, ideal for swimming and just 300 metres walk from the cottage. Walkers will revel in this wonderful spot, or the romantic of heart can sip a glass of wine while watching the sun setting over the sea from Cellars beach. The cottage, all on one level, is beautifully presented with lovely oak floors, tasteful and attractive furniture, furnishings and everything provided with comfort and privacy in mind. The cottage is supplied with its own spring water. Welcome pack on arrival.
SHORT BREAKS may be available at this cottage during the low and mid seasons. Please call Toad Hall Cottages to book.
"Beautiful cottage and location. It lived up to our expectations and more. All the lovely touches made our stay a pleasure." Sue and Barnie
French doors lead into the bright living room with sofa, chairs, TV, DVD, stereo CD/cassette player and flame effect fire. Dining table to seat 4. Beautifully equipped and fitted kitchen with ceramic hob, built-in oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and washer/dryer. Spacious double bedroom with 6ft bed, fitted cupboards and French doors to the garden. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.
The cottage is reached up a mile long drive, half of which is unmade, through National Trust woods that border the estuary and form part of the South West Coastal path. Private area of garden with a small paved area provided with table and chairs. The coastal path runs in front of the cottage garden shielded by a wall.