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Shanghai

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Beer & Branscombe

Pet Friendly Holiday

About this property

Now under new ownership - Shanghai is a beautifully presented "arts and crafts" house that has recently been modernised to retain many of the original features of this particular style of architecture.Situated in a truly enviable location on the east side of the village just a few minutes walk from the shops and beach (a little longer coming back up quite a steep, but not too long, hill, ideal for burning off those extra holiday calories)! The house has a wonderful warm and welcoming atmosphere having been thoughtfully furnished with every last detail to make this a lovely holiday home from home. The stunning, panoramic views, over the village roof tops, surrounding countryside and out to sea make this a property one would never want to leave. All rooms are spacious, bright and airy with large picture windows and individual colour schemes throughout.

 ACCOMMODATION:Entrance hall with original tiled floor andstairway leading to first floor. Cloakroom with W.C. Delightful south facing sitting room, comfortably furnished with leather sofas and tasteful lighting. Imposing fireplace (not open grate). Pleasant outlook into the conservatory and out to sea over the village.Spacious conservatory with cane furnishings and dining area, directly overlooking the village, surrounding countryside and out to sea. Dining room with refectory dining table, fireplace (not open grate), small sitting area with attractive glazed roof. Very well equipped modern kitchen with good range of beech effect, fitted units. Quality shower room with w.c. On the first floor there are four good size, tastefully furnished bedrooms, all with lovely colour schemes and quality furnishings.The master bedroom has a king size bed and superb views directly overlooking the village and sea. One twin bedroom with similar views. Two further bedrooms, one with twin beds and one with king size antique style brass bed.Quality white bathroom suite with bath, shower cubicle and W.C.Outside there is a large south facing patio area with garden furniture affording the same village and coastal views. Gas central heating throughout.

Essential Information

Changeover day: Saturday

Parking:Parking for two vehicles on the private drive. There is also a permit for parking in the village car park included.

1 dog accepted charged at £25 per week. (£150 security deposit required for dog). 

TV,DVD, video, radio/cd. Wi Fi

Gas cooker. Fridge/freezer plus 2ndfreezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine.

Bed linen is provided and beds made up on arrival. Towels available to hire at £8 per set. Travel Cot.

Gas central heating and uPVC double glazed windows throughout.  

At a glance

Price per week, from:

£495 to £965

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  • Propert Ref: 432
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bed format: 1 king, 1 double, 4 single
  • Bathrooms: 2

Features

  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Village
  • Short Walk Beach
  • Short Walk Pub
  • Sea View
  • Character
  • Cot
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Linen Inc
  • Double beds
  • Single Beds
  • King size Beds
  • Toilets
  • Pets Allowed

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Pricing

Price Breaks from 2017 Week Price Short Break Price*
28 Oct to 22 Dec £495 £347
Christmas £965 £676
New Year £965 £676
Price Breaks from 2018 Week Price Short Break Price*
01 Jan to 23 Mar £525 £368
24 Mar to 13 Apr £720 £504
14 Apr to 27 Apr £610 £427
28 Apr to 25 May £630 £441
26 May to 01 Jun £910 £637
02 Jun to 15 Jun £720 £504
16 Jun to 20 Jul £910 £637
21 Jul to 31 Aug £1280 £896
01 Sep to 14 Sep £720 £504
15 Sep to 28 Sep £630 £441
29 Sep to 19 Oct £610 £427
20 Oct to 26 Oct £720 £504
27 Oct to 21 Dec £525 £368
Christmas £1020 £714
New Year £1020 £714
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*Short Break prices shown are for 3 nights only, please call for 4 or 5 night prices if required. Short Breaks are available from the end of October half term to the start of the Easter school holidays, or at the owners' discretion for a last minute booking at other times of the year. Unfortunately it would be most unusual for us to be in a position to consider a short break at peak holiday times, such as the October and February half terms or over the Christmas, New Year and Easter breaks.