Gulls rest near the village of Beer, is able to sleep 7 thanks to two ground floor double beds, one super-sized king double bed and a ground floor single.
This detached Grade II listed farmhouse rests in Beer, Devon and can sleep twelve people in six bedrooms.
This smart terraced house is located in the Devon seaside village of Beer and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This three-storey property rests in Seaton, Devon and can sleep sixteen people in eight bedrooms.
This modern terraced house is situated on the seafront in the Devon town of Seaton and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This delightful cottage rests in Seaton, East Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This three-storey townhouse is set in the coastal town of Seaton and can sleep eight people in four bedrooms.
This modern characterful house, close to the beach in the popular Devon village of Branscombe can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This excellent property is in the heart of Branscombe, approximately half a mile's level walk to the wide pebble beach and sea. Branscombe is a delightful village and the historic market town of Honiton is just nine miles away.
This smart detached cottage is situated on a big Devon farm near the village of Southleigh and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This big detached converted barn is situated on a large Devon farm near the village of Southleigh and can sleep 14 people in six bedrooms.
Situated in an elevated position within walking distance of the River Axe and one mile from Axmouth beach, this semi-detached cottage has been refurbished to provide accommodation wih pleasant views of the surrounding countryside.
This big farmhouse with single storey annexe is situated on a farm near the Devon village of Southleigh and can sleep 14 people in 6 bedrooms.
This cottage is situated in the village of Branscombe near Sidmouth and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
From the estate there is direct access to the Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs National Nature Reserve where wild deer foxes and squirrels can be seen. The property is situated a short distance from the Jurassic Coast England s first Natural World Heritage Site. This stretch of coastline spans more …
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