Foss Cottage, East Prawle: Sleeps 8, large garden, glorious panoramic sea views
This luxury self-catering holiday cottage, Foss Cottage, East Prawle, near the sea on the South Devon coast faces south, looking out over the English Channel between Prawle Point and Start Point. You can see the sea while lying in bed in the main bedrooms. There is a large front garden with flower beds and terraces for sunbathing and eating out. At the west of the cottage is an orchard, also with lovely views and room for children to play. There is accommodation for from 6-7 adults with 2 children. Sleeps 8/9 + cot. Foss Cottage, East Prawle, TQ7 2DA
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A wonderful kitchen, well equipped, a lovely place to be.
There are 2 fridges, a freezer, a modern electric stove with ceramic hob and also a dishwasher, a washing machine and a dryer. All rooms except one back bedroom have a view of the sea. There are electric heaters in the bedrooms and kitchen, and heaters and open fire in the sitting room.
The cottage, now a self-catering holiday cottage for rental, has always had a happy, family feel and an individual style. The rooms are spacious and the furniture is comfortable and cottage style. The walls of Foss Cottage, East Prawle are covered with pictures. The sitting room is large and bright and has a lovely open fire with night storage & electric heaters for backup. There is a record player (if the last visitors have not broken it). The bookshelves are full of light reading. There is a panoramic view of the Channel.
Bedrooms at Foss
The two main bedrooms are double rooms – large, light and airy, facing the sea. There is a smaller back room with single/twin beds (no view) and another single/twin bedroom with a view facing west. There are two bathrooms. Garden, terraces, orchard, table for eating out. Sleeps 8/10 (8 adults, but more if some are children)
There is a large garden with an orchard, with space for children to play and camp. Paths to seats above the house give wonderful views over the seascape. You can sit up there and read where no one can find you. Sometimes at spring half term lambs are born in the field in front. Big sailing boats, or once a Russian style submarine, and even the Royal yacht Britannia when it still existed, pass quite close in front. The sea and sky change constantly and there is always something to watch. There is a micro-climate at East Prawle and often the wind holds the clouds back over the land and we can have sun in Prawle on cloudy days
- Bedrooms, beds, accommodation:
- 2 double bedrooms with double beds and one extra bed (& spare mattress)
- Small room with child size twin beds
- Bedroom facing west with twin beds (can be joined as double)
- 2 bathrooms, one a modern shower room
- Travel cot and high chair
- Sheets and towels provided but not beach towels – please bring your own
- The cottage sleeps 7 adults (8 if you use the extra mattress) plus 2 children