Apartment near Seaton, Seaton

Devon. Sleeps up to 4

The charming seaside town of Seaton nestles along Devon s Jurassic Coast line and is the home of year-round outdoor adventure and offers active people an astonishing wealth of opportunities and terrain to explore. The town is a natural playground for water sports fans. Walkers and cyclists have plenty of trails to explore and families will find much for them including a swimming pool orienteering trail walks around the Seaton Wetlands stand-up paddle-boarding from the beachside and plenty more. Visit the new Jurassic centre or take a ride on Seaton s famous Tram. Nearby is the picturesque town of Lyme Regis renowned for its bustling harbour delightful beaches and range of shops. Or you could visit the picture-postcard village of Beer renowned for its shingle beach and fresh seafood. On entering this attractive and elegant ground-floor accommodation you will find yourself in the delightful open/plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The spacious and inviting lounge offers sea views and is ideal for relaxing in complete with Sky Q TV The bright and airy dining area is perfect whether you re grabbing a snack or sitting down to a special meal. Heading over to the charming kitchen area you will find everything you may need including electric oven and gas hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and washing machine. Exploring further there are two comfortable bedrooms a cosy double with sea views and a comfy twin. There s also a shower room complete with WC. Stepping outside you can relax at the end of a great day in the enclosed garden which offers seating and BBQ (if requested) There is a lockable storage unit for bicycles and beach equipment and off-road parking is available for one car.

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