The Old Pump House
This property sits in a wonderfully elevated position, ensuring guests enjoy the most wonderful views. The owner provides a welcome pack for the guests to enjoy a warm drink and her homemade flapjacks on arrival. The cottage benefits from a parking area outside the cottage in a well-maintained front area of the cottage. The property also benefits from a patio area to the side of the property where guests can sit and enjoy the views.
Exceeds guests minimum requirements
A good level of quality & facilities
Consistently high levels of quality & facilities
Exceptional quality throughout
Orange - Standard level of quality within their star rating
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Gold - Supreme level of quality within their star rating
The Old Pump House is a charming converted detached Victorian Coastguard's Pump House in the garden of the old coastguard cottages on the east side of Sidmouth. This is a cosy property with all doors are wide enough for a wheelchair.
The town centre and esplanade are just a few minutes' walk down the coastal path. This property is in the grounds of Ref 065 Grace Darling, for those wishing to book two properties close together. This property has a newly fitted kitchen and beautiful new soft furnishings.
All on one level the front door leads to:
a fitted kitchen leading to small conservatory with dining area and views over the garden and beyond.
The bed-sitting room: A king size bed, wardrobe and two arm chairs. The room is tastefully furnished with pleasant colour schemes and a wood burner giving a cosy feel.
Bathroom: Fully tiled wet room with W.C. There are handles in the wall for assistance.
The front garden of the main house can be shared.
There is parking for one car next to the property. Please note there is no electric car charging permitted.
Nearby attractions include the Norman Lockyer observatory, River Cottage HQ, The Donkey Sanctuary, Otterton Mill, Stuart Line Cruises, Seaton Tramway and RSPB Nature reserves. There are also delicious restaurants to taste the best of the South West Produce such as The Pea Green Boat, The Pig at Combe, The River Exe Cafe and Lympstone Manor. The historical city of Exeter is a short drive or bus ride away with its beautiful Cathedral and large shopping centre.
Facts & Features
- Cooker & Hob
- Fridge/ freezer
- DVD Player
- UK TV
- Washing Machine
- Central Heating
- Car Parking
- Bathroom Towels
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen
- Wood Burner
- King Size Bed Available
- Walk In Shower
- Walking Distance to Beach
- Walking Distance to Supermarket
- Walking Distance to Town Centre
- Walking Distance to Pub
Quality In Tourism Grading
- 3 Star Silver
Clean, Safe & Legal
- Clean, Safe & Legal
Travel information to Devon
By car: From the A3052 Exeter to Lyme Regis road at the Bowd Inn take the B3175 turning towards Sidmouth.
By bus: From Exeter bus station take number 9 bus to Sidmouth Triangle. Approximately 50 minutes.
By train: The closest train station is Honiton. Approximately 15 minutes away.
By plane: The closest airport is Exeter International. Approximately 30 minutes
Local taxi company: Peak Taxis Sidmouth