Sunnycliffe House is situated between the North Devon villages of Woolacombe and Mortehoe, set high on the cliff the house has amazing panoramic sea views over the beautiful Woolacombe Bay and the 3 miles of golden sand that stretches all the way to Putsborough and Baggy Point.
This North Devon Coastal Cottage has its own private drive and parking for two cars. You access the house via steps and enter into a small porch, handy for coats and boots after a day on the beach. The ground floor is mainly open plan with the kitchen to the left which is well equipped with an electric built-in oven, a four-ring hob, a dishwasher, a microwave and a four-slice toaster and a small dining table. Behind the kitchen is a useful utility room with washing machine and ironing board and a small bathroom with WC and sink.
The main part of the ground floor is taken up with a lovely bright lounge with two leather sofas, a tub chair and bean bags plus a flat screen TV and DVD. To the side of the lounge is a dining area with a pine table and chairs for 6 people. The best part of the house is the large terrace and side balcony that overlook the sea and beaches. The terrace has a picnic table and chairs plus two sun-loungers and the side balcony has outside sofas and chairs plus two small coffee tables.
The second floor has three bedrooms all with incredible sea views; a large king-size double with wardrobe and chest-of-draws and an en-suite bathroom with shower sink and WC. The second double also has a chest-of-draws and wardrobe and the third twin room has two single beds and a large chest-of-draws plus a lovely balcony with countryside and sea views. There is a family bathroom with bath and overhead power-shower, sink and WC.
Whilst the house is on the edge of Woolacombe it is still only a 20-minute walk to the town and the 3 miles of sandy beach plus there are smaller coves all along the route with Barricane Beach being doubly famous for its rare collection of small conch shells swept onto the beach from the Caribbean. It also has an amazing Shri Lankan restaurant with serves lovely curries from 5-7 every night which you can eat on the beach.
The beaches around Woolacombe have some of the best surfing in the world and the area is a mecca for surfers who surf all day and enjoy the great pubs and bars in Woolacombe and Croyde at night. The beach at Woolacombe has been votes Best Beach in UK in 2017 and has won awards for cleanliness and safety.
If you would rather enjoy some gorgeous coastal walks on your holiday in North Devon, the South West Coastal Path runs through Woolacomebe, eastwards towards Ilfracombe and Westwards towards Putsborough and Croyde. or you can venture inland and discover the wilds of Exmoor only a 30-minute drive away.
For children there are some great attractions nearby like Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, Watermouth Castle, Cascades and Exmoor Zoo.