- £403 per week
- £58 per night
- 2 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- Towels provided
- Travel cot
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Open fire or woodburner
- Pony trekking/horse riding
How far to ...?
- Beach 1.7 miles
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 1 mile
Important - please note
- Check in: 3pm
- Check out: 10am
Churston Cottage is a delightful holiday home offering very comfortable and stylish accommodation over two floors. This one bedroom property has an additional room adjacent suitable for a cot. The property is approached via a cobbled courtyard, step inside and you're welcomed by a cosy yet spacious open plan living area with wood burning stove, comfortable sofas, dining table and chairs and well fitted kitchen.
This is a great little property, the perfect escape for a couple or young family looking to spend a few days close to the coast. The charming village of Churston Ferrers is perfect for getting out and about to explore this popular area.
Just under a mile from the property is the is vibrant fishing town of Brixham, stroll around the harbour side and stop off for fish and chips or bid for your catch at the regular fish auction or cast your own line on one of the fishing trips which run throughout the season. Torbay itself has many delights including a range of long sandy beaches and attractions with Woodlands Adventure Park, Greenway and Kents Cavern and Paignton Zoo all within easy reach.
Closer to home are golf courses, go-karting and of course, the beaches - why not explore the hidden coves taking in the views along the South West Coast Path. In the evenings, enjoy a meal at one of popular pubs and restaurants, or relax in the private cobbled courtyard with a glass of wine.
Lounge/kitchen/diner: on the ground floor, with cooker, fridge, microwave, Smart TV, DVD and wood burner.
Utility: with washing machine.
Master bedroom: king-size bed
Second room: adjacent to the master bedroom, ideal for travel cot.
Shower room: showerm WC. wash hand basin.
Outside: shared cobbled courtyard.
Parking: Road-side parking to front of the cottage.
Facilities and services: WiFi connection. Bed linens and towels provided. (no beach towels.) Arr/dep. for weekly bookings is Saturday. Short breaks available. Roadside parking. Garden and balcony. Barbecue. Travel cot available. No smoking. 2 small dogs permitted. Beach, shops and pubs all within 1 mile.
Additional info: please note that the heating is from the wood burner and electric panel heaters in the bedroom and living room.
Security deposit: This property has a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £150, which is payable with the final balance of your holiday, eight weeks prior to your arrival, and is refunded within 5 working days of your departure. Alternatively, you may wish to pay a non-refundable Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver equivalent to 10% of the Accidental Damage Deposit value, which covers you for the full value of the Accidental Damage Deposit, should any damage occur during your stay.
A perfect cottage for our week in Devon, and we were blessed with fantastic warm and sunny weather that enabled us to explore the area around Churston. Lots of dog walks around the SW Coastal Path, memorable visits to Coleton Fishacre, Greenway, Totnes, Brixham, Ferry over to Dartmouth and lots more! The Manor Inn at Galmpton was excellent for our evening meals - we also recommend the Guardhouse cafe at Berry Head. A very enjoyable stay, and the cream tea was a welcome surprise. Thank you!
A lovely cottage, very homely, great position for Brixham, Paignton and all of Devon's attractions. Visited greenway - train and ferry to Dartmouth. Very enjoyable holiday.
Had a lovely week at Churston Cottage, even tho the weather was unking at times! Lovely walks along coastal path to the coves, Elberry being Sammy's most favourite! The walk from Churston to Paignton was fun and plenty of chances to stop off at various dog-friendly coves/beaches along the route. Took the steam train on a number of journeys which is a must. Cute little cafes were at Fishcombe Cove and Shoals at the Lido. For a lovely fish meal try beamers - worth the price tag. Also worth having a drive to Totnes - lovely little town and lots of good cafes. We came back via Dartmouth and over the river on the car ferry. Loads to do - we hope to come back soon!
Ideal for a couple who wish to cycle, walk or use a car for the Torbay area!
A very enjoyable stay in your lovely cottage. The cream tea was welcome after a long journey too. This is a good centre with plenty of interest in the locality. We have visited Greenway and followed it with a lucky performance of Black Coffee at the Palace Theatre. Coleton Fishacre with its fine gardens and twenties feel was another good day. Other days we visited old haunts in Brixham, Paignton and Torquay and even the Babbacombe Theatre. there are some lovely restaurants within easy reach - if celebrating or treating yourself Beamers in Brixham has an excellent fish menu. Thank you for a comfortable stay - we shall certainly recommend it to friends!
Great just what we needed
We had a lovely holiday and will be returning to the area in the future. Not the property we expected, however, the cottage was perfectly adequate and ideally located.
The cottage at Churston Ferrers was the perfect retreat for as a couple with a dog - it was welcoming and offered comfortable and high quality accommodation. Churston Manor Hotel is literally at the bottom of the road and is totally dog friendly; as is a short walk to Elbury Cove beach (and whilst pebbly is dog friendly all year round). We hope to return.
We really enjoyed our stay, the location was perfect.
Had a great week at the cottage! Spent a lot of time on the South West Costal path, enjoyed very much the walks + coves along the way. Visited Dartmouth via the Steam Train + ferry, also enjoyed the river cruise up the Dart River, as well as the boat trips over to Torquay from Brixham. Very much enjoyed our time here and at the cottage and would love to return one day.
To Buster: Thanks for the dog treats and the tip for swimming. I was very scared of the water, so barked a lot at the waves which was fun. I am so exhausted from all the walking...