Little Watch House In Seaton

Seaton, Torpoint , Cornwall, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Stunning mature garden with incredible views, mature shrubs and pathways, overlooking the cliff. Large wraparound balcony on entrance level. External seating. This garden is not enclosed. Dogs and children will need to be supervised.

Downstairs Description

Entrance Hall with stairs leading to ground floor and doors to; Family bathroom with shower over, WC, and hand basin. Kitchen with further door onto balcony, fully fitted units and appliances. Living area with sliding door onto balcony with sea views, comfortable sofas, TV and ornamental fire place, opening through to dining room with door to balcony dining table and chairs. Further door to double aspect bedroom with twin / double beds, storage, sea views and ensuite bathroom with separate shower, WC and hand basin.

First Floor Description

Stairs open into second lounge with sofas, external door to patio and internal doors leading to; Double aspect bedroom with sea views, 5' double bed and storage. Twin bedroom with single bed and full size truckle bed and storage and door onto patio area.

Ocean Lookout
Dogs Welcome: Up to 2 well behaved dogs will be permitted at a small additional cost of £30 per dog / per week. Please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended in the house.
Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Tourist Attractions:
  • Eden Project : With its distinctive white domes, the Eden Project is Cornwall’s best-known tourist attraction. But it’s much more than just a big green theme park and visitors can expect to come away with a better understanding of the environment and their interaction with it. Visit website
  • The Royal Citadel: In Plymouth. A dramatic 17th-century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch, and keep watch on a recently rebellious town. Still in use by the military today. Visit website
  • National Marine Aquarium: Where you can explore a rock pool and ramble in Shallow Waters then move deeper into the coastal seas of the Atlantic Reef. Here you’ll find the Atlantic Ocean tank teeming with sharks, rays, tarpon and countless other species swimming in shoals or grazing on a sunken WWII sea plane. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Inn On The Shore In Torpoint: The Inn on the Shore offers an extensive menu, from early morning breakfasts, lunch time light snacks and bar snacks to a la carte meals and carveries in our bars, restaurant and conservatory. We also serve traditional cream teas. Visit website
  • The Coddy Shack In St Martins: Whether it’s a quick stop on the way home from the beach or your here to enjoy a night of live music, we cater for everything. Even dogs! We are the only fully licensed fish and chip take-away in the area with its own parking and a 60 cover restaurant. So if it's small and intimate you’re looking for or somewhere to party everyone is welcome. ‚Äč Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Local Food Store: In Downderry Visit website
  • Waitrose: At Saltash. Why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your visit to Looe Island View. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Cargreen Yacht Club: One of the friendliest clubs on the River Tamar, with thriving cadet and dinghy sections, and shallow deepwater swinging moorings available just two miles upstream from the Tamar bridges. Visit website
  • Canoe Tamar : And experience the delight of gliding in a silent boat in some of the most beautiful scenery in England, past steeply sloping woodland, old quays, mine chimneys, farms and boatyards. Visit website
  • Looe Golf Club: Designed by six times Open champion, Harry Vardon, Looe Golf Club is set in an area of breathtaking beauty. The panoramic views from the course are stunning; to the east are the peaks of Dartmoor and the Tamar estuary, to the south, Looe Island and the channel, to the west and north, glorious countryside and Cornish moors. Visit website