Set in the peaceful village of Torcross, At the Beach offers a relaxing holiday destination while still having plenty in the local area to keep you entertained.
The apartments are situated at the end of a three mile shingle beach where you will also find a cosy pub and cafes. Slapton Ley freshwater Nature Reserve is also close by and is perfect for spotting wildlife and bird watching.
Apartment 9 is a spacious and bright open plan contemporary styled apartment, overlooking the beach in one direction and Slapton Ley in the other. The property benefits from allocated parking for one car. A cot and high chair are provided on request.
Torcross was made famous as the training ground for US Army forces preparing for the D-Day invasion in World War II. An American Sherman tank which was lost at sea in 1944 and recovered in 1984, and memorials, stand beside the visitor parking as a reminder of the lives that were lost.
Dartmouth is a short drive away, as is Salcombe, both offering a choice of fine restaurants, cafes, bars, unique shops and attractions.
A modern kitchen equipped with electric oven and grill, halogen hob, washer dryer, dishwasher and fridge with freezer compartment. A full range of utensils and accessories including a toaster, kettle, microwave and coffee machine.
Dining area with round glass table and four leather chairs.
Dual aspect views across Slapton Sands and Slapton Ley. Spacious 28ft living area furnished with a brown leather L shaped sofa seating four. 37" flatscreen TV with Freesat, DVD player and music centre.
Furnished with a double bed, two bedside tables both with lamps, wardrobe and a four drawer chest.
Juliet balcony. Furnished with twin beds, two bedside tables both with lamps, wardrobe and a six drawer chest. There is also a full size comfortable folding Z bed for use in the sitting room for one extra person.
Fully tiled shower room featuring a shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail and shaver point.
En suite bathroom to master bedroom features a Jacuzzi bath, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail and shaver point.