The Sunny Cottage has a charming country lane leading to the Victorian cottage with shrubs and flowers and only five mins walk from Dawlish town centre. There is a sitting room, dining area, kitchen, downstairs bathroom with shower mixer taps. The steep, original staircase leads to two twin bedded bedrooms. A patio area with bench seat and a further patio with rotary line and small shed. Although everyone is welcome it is unsuitable for those with mobility difficulties.
The sunny cottage sleeps 4 people with twin beds in each of the two bedrooms. The unique location of the cottage in a country environment but so close to the town means that you can enjoy a relaxing day sitting outside amongst the shrubs, plants and small trees or walk five mins to the town centre where there is something always going on with events held in the central Lawn Park.
The equipped cottage accommodation is set in a natural countryside environment with a leafy lane leading to the front door together with other cottages with nearby access to the town and a laundrette if needed. There is a large car park which has a footbridge over the river close to the cottage also there is unlimited parking in surrounding roads.
The many pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within a short walk and provide WiFi.
We offer free transfers and drop-offs to and from Dawlish train station on arrival and departure. We look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful part of England.
In the sitting room I have provided brochures and maps with information and events going on in the area and surrounding villages and towns. There are books and magazines for you to read. There is an A4 map provided giving a clear idea of where the car park is in relation to the cottage also there is unlimited parking in the surrounding roads.
Devon is in the South Western region of the UK and is one of the most natural places to visit. Dawlish is 30mins by car or 15mins by train from the city of Exeter, 15mins from the market town of Newton Abbot, 15mins from the seaside town of Teignmouth and 35mins from Dartmoor National Park, where you can walk for miles through the moor and see the wild ponies. The famous author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle used Dartmoor as the setting of one of his Sherlock Holmes novels 'Hound of the Baskervilles'. There are numerous water sports and entertainment in the holiday towns along the South Devon coast.
The host is a qualified and experienced TEFL teacher. Teaching general and business one-to-one intensive, total immersion English.
Loves travelling to other countries and meeting people of different cultures. Enjoys walking, music and visiting places of historical interest.