Salcombe Post House [id: 1857]

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Region: Devon
  • Location: Salcombe
  • Type: Self-catered
  • Sleeps: 7 Adults
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Swimming Pool: No

Features

Key Features

  • Sea view
  • WIFI

All Features

  • Heating
  • TV

Distances

All Amenities

  • All amenities: 1 mins by walking

Salcombe Post house offers spacious accommodation sleeping up to 7 people over two floors in 3 bedrooms and is situated in an excellent corner position in the popular town of Salcombe. The property looks straight down to the harbour with wonderful, far-reaching views across the estuary to the East Portlemouth shore,

From the very first moment you step inside the house you have that inescapable feeling of the quality that goes with a listed period property. The high ceilings and beautifully crafted cornicing catch your eye as the views of the estuary speak to you with one word. Salcombe.

The uninterrupted views of the estuary are quite breathtaking and a car is most definitely not required here as access to everywhere is but moments away on foot.

Local Shops and Venues:Be amazed at all the shops and venues that are on your doorstep: White Stuff, Fat Face, Jack Wills, Musto, Crew Clothing, Henry Lloyd, Kat Kitson are but a few strides away.

PAYMENT: A deposit for 50% of the total cost is required. Final balance required 8 weeks before the due date. A bond/sec. deposit is also taken to cover any breakages

Linen and towels are included in the rental price.

Rental period is from Saturday to Saturday in peak season but we do accept 4 night stays in low/mid season, with check in from 16:00 hrs and check out by 11:00 hrs on the day of departure.

The climate in Devon is amongst the best that England has to offer. With hot summer weather from late May to September, temperatures tend to peak in July and August.  Many days of sunshine can be expected during these months, with occasional refreshing breezes.  Generally the months between May and September are much drier than the rest of the year.  Due to its coastal position, the winter season tends to be cool, but not unbearably cold and usually does not get much below freezing.

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