This cosy cottage is the end terrace of Bakers Cottages, the oldest row of cottages in the sought after estuary village of Lympstone in East Devon. Lympstone has a small shop, cafe, post office and a variety of pubs and is the perfect location for access to Exeter or Exmouth by bike or foot (along the Exe Estuary Trail) or by train. The Estuary is a 15min walk from Bakers Cottages along quiet Devon lanes, or through the village.
“David was a very friendly and helpful host - on arrival we were delighted by a freshly baked loaf and a bottle of wine - a wonderful touch! The cottage has a lovely homely feel and had everything we needed to cook. The location is great and despite black clouds we managed some lovely walks around the local area. Al in all a really great stay!”
Our place offers guests a private annexe space: ground floor living room, upstairs bedroom with ensuite shower room. This would suit those looking for home comforts on business/travels, walkers /cyclists, and families Direct train - Commando Training Centre 1min, Exmouth 6min, Exeter Central 23min. Direct bus to Exeter airport. Great location for access to coast and countryside. Lympstone boasts 5 gastropubs and an icecream parlour!
“For anyone visiting the CTCRM base location is perfect, communication was outstanding and the extra touches were very much appreciated. Wouldn’t hesitate to book again.”
Purpose built bungalow/annexe in the back garden that can be shared. Own entrance and patio outside with level access. Shared garden with a lock on the gate so safe for children. Newly built property that allows you to have privacy with all your home comforts provided. There is free shared parking at property and surrounding streets. We are 1.5 miles from the beach, 1 mile from train station with a bus stop 2 minute walk away. We are near to the Exe trail. Exeter city is 8 miles away.
“Bungalow in owners garden however completely separate. Nice touches with tea milk etc. Only downside bathroom attached to bedroom which is fine for couples but slightly more awkward if friends. Very close to a nice walk down to town.”