Sand Pebbles

A Hotel in Salcombe, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Hope Cove

Sand Pebbles, Salcombe

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Accommodation Description:

Sand Pebbles is a family run hotel perfect for breaks to the Devonshire coast. We are just 250 metres away from two delightfully picturesque sandy beaches and some breathtaking coastal walks. We have a bar restaurant and lounge area for guests.

All rooms have free WiFi. There is a free private car park. Children of all ages are welcome.

We also welcome dogs in the rooms at a minimal extra cost of GBP 5 per night.

Not far away are Salcombe Kingsbridge Dartmouth and Totnes all small market towns with a variety of individual shops. Thurlstone and Bigbury are nearby for a game of golf. The cities of Plymouth and Exeter are within an hour in each direction with plenty of fun family days out.

Our rooms all have a TV beverage tray toiletries and a hair drier. Each is different in size and has a different view some of which are simply stunning so get in touch and we can help pick the perfect room for you. The in house restaurant offers lunches and evening meals.

Hope Cove is a quiet unspoilt fishing village with a Post Office and a fantastic pub. The idyllic beaches are ideal for relaxing or playing on. The unusually clear waters are great for swimming and are very safe as they now are patrolled by RNLI lifeguards during the summer.

There are plenty of watersports available in the area such as boating sailing kayaking sea fishing windsurfing and water skiing. There have been over 30 historical shipwrecks in the area making it an ideal attraction for scuba divers. There are spectacular clifftop walks with Thurlestone Bantham and Bigbury in one direction or Salcombe for the more seasoned walker is an 8 mile walk in the other.

Across Harbour Beach lies Inner Hope the original village. The Old Lifeboat House is at the head of the slipway and beyond this are the fishermen's cottages and a traditional Devon Square which is surrounded by old thatched cottages unspoiled by modern development.

3 star rating

From: £60.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Free Wireless internet connection
Adjoining rooms
Ironing board
Pets allowed
Colour television
Internet access

Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Sand Pebbles has its own restaurant where breakfast is served. Lunches coffees and evening meals are also available throughout the day.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
All pets

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