Sunnycliffe House is a bright spacious holiday house set high on the cliffs overlooking the sea as far as Baggy Point at the far end of Woolacombe Bay. Sunnycliffe is only a short walk into the lively village of Woolacombe which is full of great pubs and restaurants.The 3 miles of golden, sandy beach can be accessed at Woolacombe which is where you can also find surf-hire shops wher you can buy surk clothes and wet-suits and book a surf lesson.
Sunnycliffe overlooks Combesgate beach and is not far from Barricane beach which is famous for rare Cowrie shells and a beach cafe that serves amazing Shri Lankan curries every night between 5-7pm.
The house has 3 bedrooms, a twin with a charming balcony with countryside and see views plus two double bedrooms, the master having a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom with shower, w and sink. There is also a family bathroom with bath/overhead shower, wc and sink.
You enter the house into a small porch where you can hang coats and store boots, this opens onto the open-plan ground floor with a small utility room with handy wc and sink plus storage for cleaning utensils and ironing board. The kitchen has plenty of units for storage and all in light pine to match the floors.There is an electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave and toaster plus a handy table and chairs. The main room is then occupied bythe lounge with 2 large leather sofas and tube chair and bean-bags plus a flat-screen TV/DVD. The dining area is tucked away to one side and has a pine table and chairs for 6 people.
Outside of the lounge is an amazing terrace and pretty balcony. The terrace has a picnic table for 8 people and two sun-loungers. To the side of the lounge is a smaller balcony with corner chairs and two coffee tables. Both have far reaching sea views right across Woolacombe Bay to Baggy Point.
The house has private parking for 2 cars accessed via a private drive way.
Sunnycliffe is ideally situated to enjoy the glorious North Devon coast, with the charming village of Morethoe just around the headland, the village has three great pubs and lovely tea rooms. In the other direction beyond Baggy Point is the cool surf village of Croyde with lively pubs like The Thatch and Billy Buds and a secluded beach with excellent surfing. Braunton is another 3 three miles beyond Croyde with more restaurants, pubs and even more surf shops. If you would like to get away from the beach the wilds of Exmoor is only a 30 minute drive. For the children there are some great attractions like Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, Exmoor Zoo and Watermouth Castle.