Well equipped stone barn conversion that is full of character with several interesting features including exposed wooden beams and a galleried landing.There is a large family sitting room and smaller snug area both containing flat screen TVs . CD/radio also available. Night storage heaters offer efficient heating.
Located in a quiet part of the village and only a 5 minute walk from a popular pub serving food and hosting live music on a regular basis (can't be heard from the property). East Prawle is in the heart of the South Devon Area of Outstanding National Beauty. Designated in 1960 it covers an area of 60 miles of coastline, estuaries and countryside from Plymouth to Torbay.
A short walk from the property, Piglet Stores sells local produce, newspapers, gifts and beach gear (open Easter to October). The popular Grunter's Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as locally produced clotted cream ice-cream and is also known for its wonderful cream teas. A small public children's play area with netball/basketball hoop is also located nearby. There are enclosed gardens to the front and rear of the property and two well behaved dogs are welcome. The property is no smoking throughout.
There is a paved patio area which is ideal for eating al fresco.The local area offers many interesting walks through open countryside and along the coast. The South West coastal path is a short walk from the property. It is England's longest waymarked footpath stretching for 630 miles from Minehead to Poole. Ideal for family breaks or for adult groups interested in exploring the many walks and places of interest. The sailing centres of Salcombe, Kingsbridge and Dartmouth are all close by.