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Self-Catering in Brixham

Churston at Seacove, Brixham, Devon

Churston at Seacove
Brixham
Devon

TQ5 8RU | View map

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Set just 100 yards from glorious sand and shingle Fishcombe Cove, these single storey properties are two of a group of five perfectly placed to enjoy the myriad charms of Brixham – a bustling fishing port much loved by artists. Located on the South West Coastal Path, near a World War II Heritage site, both properties are also within easy reach of the English Riviera towns of Paignton and Torquay – a seasonal ferry runs between Brixham and Torquay/Dartmouth/Paignton. Ever popular with holidaymakers, this delightful corner of the South West supports a host of festivals and events throughout the season and nearby attractions include Quaywest Water park, Paignton Zoo, The Living Coast, Woodlands Adventure park, the Shoalstone open air seawater swimming pool and Berry Head Forts and Country Park. As well as its lovely harbour where visitors can buy fresh local seafood, Brixham offers shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants for all tastes, many of which are dog friendly. Shops and a pub serving food are ˝ mile away.

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