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Thornlea Mews Holiday Cottages, Salcombe, Devon

Thornlea Mews Holiday Cottages
Hope Cove
Salcombe
Devon

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Thornlea Mews lies in a small enclosed valley, which leads down to two safe sandy beaches, approximately 400 metres away. Hope Cove was a small fishing village and, whilst commercial fishing no longer takes place, the village retains much of its original character.

A pub and a village shop are close, as are a number of hotels scattered about the Cove, which can cater for non residents.

The Mews Cottages were originally a stable block, which was converted to provide a number of units sleeping between 2 and 7 people.

The Cottages are set within about two acres of grounds and gardens in which children can play in safety.

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Nearest Train Station: Totnes
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: March - November
Nearest Airport: Plymouth
Number of Units: 10
Unit Type: 2 Flats, 8 Linked Cottages
Price Guide: £85 - £545
Nearest Major Town: Kingsbridge
Distance: 5 miles
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