Wembury Retreat, Wembury
This light-filled holiday property is a few minutes’ walk from the sea in the charming south Devon village of Wembury. Arranged over a single floor, the house is beautifully presented in calming tones, and offers a balcony and sea views. It’s the perfect spot for exploring the beach and gorgeous Wembury coastline, and a short trip away from the attractions of Plymouth.
2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 6
Prices from £80 per night
WiFi available throughout the property
Free on-street parking
Features & amenities
This lovely property is ideally situated for enjoying the tranquil and scenic seaside village of Wembury. Built on one storey, it enjoys an elevated position, with large patio doors and a long balcony taking advantage of the views, and it comes with a garden. Inside, the house is tastefully decorated in muted shades that complement the coastal location, and it is filled with natural light.
With plenty of space and ample home comforts, Wembury Retreat promises a thoroughly relaxing coastal escape in a quiet and serene corner of Devon. It’s a few minutes’ walk away from the beach and spectacular coastal walks, while still within easy reach of city life in Plymouth and the abundant attractions of Devon and Cornwall beyond.
- 2 bedrooms – (one double and one twin) with en-suites and one on ground floor), plus a double sofabed in the lounge
- Spacious lounge with sliding doors opening to balcony and views of the sea
- Kitchen-diner fitted with dishwasher, oven and hob, refrigerator, microwave, pots and pans, bowls, chopsticks, plates, cups, dishes, silverware and supplied with cooking oil, salt and pepper
- Central heating
- Bathroom with bath and shower
- Hair dryer, towels, bed sheets, soap, shampoo and toilet paper provided
- Dedicated workspace, with Wifi available throughout the property
- Washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and clothes hangers
- Smoke alarm and carbon monoxide alarm installed
- Free on-street parking – easier parking recommended at nearby Hawthorn Park Road
The house is located in Wembury, a quiet seaside village in the the south-west of Devon.
Wembury is a pretty and serene spot by the sea, within easy reach of nearby Plymouth. It is set on a beautiful and dramatic stretch of coastline. Its beach, owned by the National Trust but free for everyone to access, is overlooked by the beautiful old St Werburgh’s Church, and looks out onto a small island called the Mewstone. The shore is a renowned location for rockpooling and a haven for diverse marine life, including crabs, limpets and starfish. The Wembury Marine Centre is a great place to learn more, with displays and talks.
The Old Mill Cafe, right by the beach, is a great spot for picking up ice creams, teas and coffees, and serves light meals. Further up in the village, the charming Odd Wheel Inn serves a good range of pub meals, plus a selection of real ales. Besides the facilities available in the village itself, you’re a short drive or bus journey from the centre of Plymouth and close to south Devon’s many other coastal delights.
Head towards Plymouth along the A38. At Plympton, exit the A38, heading along Deep Lane towards Elburton. From there, follow signs to Wembury, travelling along Wembury Road until you arrive at the village.
There are a number of train routes serving Plymouth. From here, you can catch a bus direct to Wembury or use a taxi service for the remaining part of the journey.
You can catch a coach to Plymouth, followed by a local bus or taxi service for the short remainder of the journey to Wembury.
Known as ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, Plymouth is a seaside blending seafaring history and modern urban attractions. Discover the National Marine Aquarium, The Box museum, the cobbled streets of the Barbican, diverse shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres and more.
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