Enjoy a relaxing holiday along Torbay in South West England with a stay at 16 Moorings Reach, a luxury two-bedroom townhouse affording views of the boats entering and leaving Brixham Marina and Harbour in the county of Devon, featuring spacious living/dining area, small balcony, and secure parking.
Bask in comfort along the Torbay coastline with a stay at 16 Moorings Reach, a luxury townhouse directly on Brixham Marina and Harbour in the county of Devon.
This upside-down coastal cottage features a spacious living/dining area on the second floor, affording views of the boats entering and leaving the harbour to Torbay beyond and furnished with a pair of two-seater sofas and contemporary nest of transparent tables. Gather around the 32-inch LCD TV and play games on the PlayStation 2 or watch your favourite DVD after a day spent exploring the region.
The first-floor master bedroom at the front of the property offers partial sea views and comes with king-size bed, double-sliding mirrored door wardrobe and tallboy, 23-inch LCD TV and connecting door to the family bathroom. The second bedroom comes furnished with two single beds, perfect for older children in your group.
This small townhouse, part of the Moorings Reach luxury development, is set in the second row of properties, accessible via a security gate, where there is a designated parking space in front of the property and integral garage available. A small balcony area off the lounge comes furnished with hardwood chairs, whilst from the kitchen, there is a door providing access to King Street running behind the property and leading to the town centre.
The picturesque fishing town of Brixhamsits near Berry Head National Nature Reserve and the Britannia Royal Naval College. Enjoy the Brixham Battery Heritage Centre, Battlefield Live and Bayard’s Cove Fort.
Golfers can play a quick 18 holes at Cayman Golf or a more challenging round at Churston Golf Club, whilst beachcombers can visit any of the nearby award-winning beaches, including Breakwater, Shoalstone, Scabbacombe and Fishcombe.