Bayeux Cottage in the village of East Budleigh, Devon, offers comfortable accommodation for up to five guests along the Jurassic Coast, a child-friendly cottage with private front garden, French doors opening onto the rear patio, gas living flame fire, and three first-floor bedrooms.
Enjoy a coastal holiday with a stay at Bayeux Cottage in the village of East Budleigh, Devon, where families or groups of up to five guests can spread out and relax.
This two-storey child-friendly cottage at the end of a larger complex offers views of the local parish church and the adjoining countryside. A lovely private front garden welcomes guests who can take comfort with the owner following Safer Stays principles, which include extra cleaning and sanitisation.
The ground floor open-plan living space features a living area with two cosy sofas and armchair surrounding gas living flame fire and Freeview TV, fully fitted kitchen with washer/dryer and dining area with French doors leading onto the enclosed paved garden with picnic-style seating.
The first floor boasts three bedrooms—a double, twin, and single—and bathroom with shower over bath. Bayeux Cottage accepts one small or medium-sized dog and offers private parking for two cars.
The village of East Budleigh, once a Tudor port and smuggling venue along the River Otter, was the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh. The adjoining town of Budleigh Salterton sits at the western end of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town features a 2-mile pebble beach, clifftop East Devon Golf Club overlooking the English Channel, and access to the South West Coast Path.