A superb coastal townhouse just moments from the waves and pebble beach of Seaton on the Jurassic Coast.
Tucked away in the centre of town this is an ideal space for a family holiday.
This recently renovated home has been tastefully decorated with an air of vintage and a splash of scandi-style. A fun and laid back design yet at the same time very chic.
Minutes from shops, pubs, restaurants and the beach means that you won’t need to step foot in your car and you can totally relax and enjoy your time away.
5 Queen Street
Stepping through the front door you’re greeted by space and a lovely open plan interior. With a mix of handpicked vintage furniture and super cosy furnishings.
Crisp white walls with splashes of colour make this an ideal home from home retreat.
Sleeping will come easily as Number 5 comes complete with 3 spacious bedrooms.
Super-comfy beds dressed with crisp white linens and thick fluffy towels.
Super long lie ins have never been so attractive.
Whilst it can sleep 6 (or even 8) the bed in the 3rd bedroom is only a small 4ft double, I wouldn’t want anyone to be disappointed – the futon in the gallery area does open to a normal size double.
The open plan living, dining and kitchen area allow you to enjoy spending time together at the end of a long and exciting day exploring the Jurassic Coast.
The kitchen has everything you need to whip up a delicious lunch with locally caught fish and fresh vegetables grown locally on the coast.
A separate utility and mezzanine area tags off the kitchen area.
An enclosed courtyard is perfect for a spot of alfresco dining and a glorious sun trap.
Everything about the cottage was amazing from the original booking to walking through the front door. Can’t wait to come again.
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