Shaldon Beach Hut 1

Shaldon, Teignmouth, South Devon, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 14:00
Check-out Time: 10:30

Downstairs Description

The holiday accommodation is unique and of 5 star quality. Each exclusive Hut provides a self catering environment, a sleeping platform with double mattress or a double futon on the ground floor if preferred, sleeping 2/3. There is a fully fitted kitchen with induction hob, granite worktops and integrated fridge. The tumbled marble tiled wet room has a shower, w.c. and basin, Travertine tiles throughout with Free view T.V., DVD and WiFi. Bi-fold doors providing stunning views over the beach and river. Private terrace with access ladder to the beach. and private parking.

The Beach Huts are fully serviced with linen and towels. You can order additional services if you wish, such as welcome hamper or flowers.

First Floor Description

Mezzanine sleeping area with with double futon bed.

Windows Views Description

The fabulous water-front setting makes Beach Hut Number 1 the ideal getaway at any time of year – chilly winter days become romantic and cosy with the help of luxurious under floor heating, soft blankets, cushions and wonderful views across the water. Bi-fold patio doors on the ground floor open the full width of the hut and lead to the large, sunny terrace where a leisurely breakfast can be taken whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the river, beach and far out to sea.

Other Notes

We are unable to accept pets and have a no smoking policy.

Ocean Lookout
Harbour View
Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Pennywell : Experience the magic at our multi award winning Farm Activity Park... the biggest in the South West! There’s lots to do and see for the whole family. Meet the animals, ride the new Red Rocket and Tractor and Trailer rides, cuddle a miniature pig and enjoy the best views in Devon. Visit website
  • Cockington Court: Where crafts people demonstrate and sell their wares within this historical manor house. A licensed restaurant serves local quality produce, and you can visit our organic kitchen garden and rose garden. Visit website
  • Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway: Where steam trains running for 7 miles in Great Western tradition from Paignton along the spectacular Torbay coast to Churston and on through the wooded slopes bordering the Dart estuary to Kingswear. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Tide Restaurant At The Ferry Boat Inn: The Ferry Boat’s beachside position with glorious views over the Teign Estuary, traditional ambiance and strong connections with the local fishing community perfectly compliment Daniel’s philosophy to food, which is based on the finest locally sourced seasonal produce. Visit website
  • The Ness House : Offers award winning Badger cask ales, lagers from around the world and a menu full of fresh, seasonal dishes cooked by our team of talented chefs, using quality ingredients from our regional food partners. Visit website
  • ODE-true Food : Which is founded on an ethos of sustainability,featuring and highlighting organic items and dishes,ODE-dining offers locally inspired, refined dining with thoughtful hospitality. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Local Food Store: in Shaldon serving both the local community and visitors alike. Visit website
  • Tesco: Which is located in Newton Abbot. Why not pre order your grocery order for delivery for the cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Shaldon Sailing Club: Which encourage both beginners and experienced members. All the clubs have an active social calendar too. The first port of call for anyone who wishes to become involved with activities on the estuary should be the Teignmouth Harbour Commission. Visit website
  • Teignmouth Golf Club: each of whom are guaranteed a true test of golf with our course offering many fine contours and borrowing greens - the trademark of Mackenzie. Visit website