Haven Retreat is a superb property, right in the heart of the pretty and picturesque location of Axmouth, and overlooks the historic village and local nature reserve. This wonderful holiday home offers excellent accommodation all on one level, is bright and welcoming with a stylish interior interior that really does impress upon entry. Recently refurbished to a very high standard, it’s a perfect home for family, friends or smaller parties who love to be in a peaceful location. A comfy sitting room with a separate dining area and TV viewing in each room, leads to a fabulous modern kitchen diner with modern appliances. Three comfortably furnished bedrooms with two bathrooms complete the superior accommodation.
This ancient small village is adjacent to the Axe River and estuary and nestles in a steep wooded valley surrounded by rural unspoilt countryside. The famous South West Coast Path lies on the edge of the parish and offers spectacular views across Lyme Bay and the Undercliff. The village is fortunate to have two excellent public houses; The Ship and The Harbour, offering a selection of locally sourced produce and local beers. The Axe Estuary Wetlands is just across the river and is well managed as a wildlife reserve. A large number of birds congregate to feed on the mud flats and salt marshes and these can be viewed at close quarters from one of many hides strategically located along the reserve.
The coastal town of Seaton is situated at the mouth of the River Axe with a pebble beach facing directly onto Lyme Bay and stretching East to Seaton Hole. The town lies adjacent to the Axe Estuary wetlands and marshes, whilst being surrounding by beautiful rolling Devon countryside and quaint villages. Leisure and recreational opportunities include sailing, bowls, cricket, tennis, football and art classes. Located close by is the classic popular village of Beer (2 miles), Regency Sidmouth (8 miles) and Lyme Regis (7 miles) with it’s famous Cobb.
Please note: this property is unsuitable for children under 8 years of age. Babe in arms welcome.