Camac is a lovely beachside holiday cottage, just a few steps from two golden sandy beaches where lazy summer days can be idled away digging sand castles, indulging in serious cream teas, paddling in the rock pools but close enough to nip back 'home' to cool off and have a sand-free lunch in the garden! This delightful terraced cottage, originally a pair of coastguard cottages, is tucked below Shippens, the grassy hillock, that divides the beaches of Outer and Inner Hope in the middle of the picturesque seaside fishing village of Hope Cove. This is a wonderful spot at any time of the year.
Entrance to sitting room with floor tiles, a feature fireplace housing a wood burner and furnished with two large sofas, chairs, TV with video, DVD and plenty of books and games, plus stereo/CD player. Galley style kitchen with pine dresser, large fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and electric cooker. Steps up and access to rear garden. Door to 'snug', a quiet corner with armchair and fireplace (not in use), this room opens into a spacious dining room with slate floor and dining table to seat 8. Downstairs bathroom with bath, shower over and basin. Separate WC. First Floor: Bunk room with 3ft full size bunks and a double room with 5ft king size bed. This room has a connecting door to a second double bedroom with a 4ft 6in wrought iron bedstead, wardrobe and village views. Bunk room with full size 3ft bunks (note: an awkward step into this room from the stairs).
At the rear of the cottage is an unfenced lawned area, with picnic bench and low walls on one side. (There are no fenced boundaries between the garden areas of the other cottages). The ground rises and extends on to the higher part of the hillside. This natural area is owned by all the cottages in the row, so is communal and although the views from the top are spectacular, children will need very careful supervision as it is unfenced and the land drops away as a vertical cliff face to the sea below. The front of the cottage faces a single track lane, mainly used as a footpath between the beaches.
Parking: A very large shared garage is a few steps away where there is designated parking for one car.