With only a five minute stroll along a quiet footpath to Croyde’s beautiful sandy beach, Golden Hours Beach Cottage is an ideal holiday retreat. The lovely village of Croyde is nearby too, with it’s pubs, restaurants and shops the same distance from the cottage. Sleeping up to 6 in three separate bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 bunk bedroom) plus a sofa-bed in the lounge, the cottage can sleep 8 plus a baby. A cot and highchair available on request.
The accommodation comprises a spacious living/dining room with separate kitchen, laundry room and WC, family bathroom and bedrooms. Golden Hours has a cosy feel with secluded garden views. Facilities for guests include washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, oven, fridge-freezer, flat screen TV/DVD, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, garden patio set and free-standing BBQ. Bed linen, electricity and FAST WIFI is FREE. Beach towels/ towels available for hire Private parking for 2/3 cars.
With an equally short stroll to lovely Croyde beach, or down to the village centre, a stay at Golden Hours Beach Cottage in North Devon offers you a no-hassle break, with easy parking, and located close to all the facilities.
GOLDEN HOURS BEACH COTTAGE 2018 PRICES – £530 to £1100pw according to the date. For more info check our Availability and prices Bed linen, electricity and FAST WIFI are FREE.
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Pet Friendly – For a small fee guests may bring a quiet, well-behaved dog to Golden Hours by prior arrangement with Jenny and Richard. For more details see our Bookings conditions.
So if you are intending to visit Croyde or the surrounding area and would like further information, or details of availability, please give us a call. Off peak, short breaks are always available. If you want to play Golf and want some accommodation near Saunton Golf Club, do some walking and cycling, try surfing or other watersports click on your chosen activity for more information.
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