Thurlestone is the epitome of a south Devon village with its picturesque stone and thatched cottages, medieval church and 16th century inn. It lies sleepily just above the great sweep of Bigbury Bay surrounded by the hills and fields of the glorious South Hams.
Overlooking two of South Devon's most beautiful beaches on a headland next to Thurlestone links golf course, Links Court (formerly the Links Hotel) is a development of apartments set in superb private grounds within easy reach of the popular village and beaches. There
Loved everything about this apartment. It was bright, spacious, well equipped, very clean and in a lovely location. My husband and I spent a week with our daughter and her two sons, aged 6 and 7. A… More
Piper's Bench is a self contained, secluded wing of a lovely colonial style house set in mature gardens and commanding wonderful views over fields and down to the wide sweep of Bantham Beach, Burgh Island and the sea. Situated on the fringe of Thurlestone, just off a ve
Commanding wonderful sea views, tucked away on the edge of the village you will find the tranquility of Peacehaven. The well equipped and comfortable two bedroom bungalow is set in well maintained gardens enveloped by magnificent views sweeping across the valley, captur
What a fabulous bungalow this is! Beautifully furnished and spotlessly clean and with every amenity you could wish for provided by the owner. The views from the garden over Bantham Bay and Bigbury are… More
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TreeTops can be found in the heart of the village. It is set back from the main street, in its' own private grounds and enjoys far reaching views. With 5 large bedrooms sleeping 11 comfortably inside the house, (a further 2 can be accomodated in the summer house in the
Sunny Ridge is a large maisonette located in the heart of the village of Thurlestone. It has ample parking and superb views down over the village to the championship golf course, Bolt Tail headland and the sea. Thurlestone is a very special Devon village to which people
This pretty cottage set in the heart of Thurlestone in the beautiful South Hams offers holiday makers the best of both worlds being both a rural retreat and a coastal escape. High Corner enjoys a handy setting in the heart of the pretty village. The cottage benefits fro
Sea, Surf & Sand Perfect location for a beach holiday. Little Byfield is a three bedroom apartment in the exclusive Yarmar Estate. With panoramic sea views, it is a short walk (5 mins) to the local beaches in Thurlestone where you can build sandcastles, investigate
“Fabulous location, breathtaking views, extremely spacious and comfortable cottage.”
Reviewed 12 Apr 2015
We Stayed for a week over Easter 2015.
Our party ranged from single adults to parents with children aged 1, 3, 4 and 5 and we all absolutely loved it and have just rebooked to return in the summer.
We are so glad you had a wonderful time. We think the beaches and the view there are pretty special too (but we are biased!). We look forward to welcoming you again this summer. Our refurbishment starts today, so some new furniture (beds & sofa), new carpet etc; so we hope you will like the improved Little Byfield!
“A perfect apartment with easy parking in one of the most beautiful seaside villages in England.”
Reviewed 11 Apr 2015
This apartment is easy to find and located on a private road within walking distance of the village shop, church and pub. There at least five sandy beaches in the locality. The living room has spectac… More
Thank you for your review. We have loved having you and your extended family to stay.
“lovely family house close by wonderful beaches”
Reviewed 8 Apr 2015
A lovely, well equipped family house with all you need for a great time away. An idyllic village location and wonderful beaches within walking distance. We had a great time, even in October!… More
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This superb modern development that reflects the traditional style of local architecture, stands in an elevated position with fine views across to Thurlestone village and out to sea and is surrounded by 1.5 acres of shared landscaped grounds. From the comfort of these
1¼ miles inland from the beach and Bantham village, approached by ¼ mile of private lane, a handsome, semi-detached Edwardian house on three floors with lovely, rural views over the gentle, tranquil valley in which it shelters. To the back and side, an enclosed lawned g
¾ mile from South Milton, looking down the valley towards the sea at Thurlestone (¾ mile), a large, detached, south-facing house, peacefully behind high gates in an acre of enclosed garden with generous lawn, suntrap terrace (table/chairs, barbecue, sunsets) and 8 shall