Sunnycliffe House

Woolacombe, Devon
From: £576 nightlyGuests 6Rooms 3Bathroom 2
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Sunnycliffe House: Devon

The open-plan living area at Sunnycliffe House offers an ideal space for relaxation, with doors that open onto both the terrace and the balcony, providing breath-taking sea views. The lounge area is furnished with two generous cream leather sofas, a comfortable tub chair, and two bean bags for children's seating. For entertainment, there's a flat-screen TV equipped with a DVD player.

Adjacent to the main living area, there's a charming alcove dining space featuring a pine table and chairs that can accommodate six people, all while allowing guests to enjoy the magnificent sea views. A spacious mirror enhances the sense of space and brings the sea views closer.

Upon entering the cottage, a small lobby area serves as a practical spot to store coats and shoes and to remove any sand brought in from the beach.

The compact and well-equipped kitchen at Sunnycliffe House has everything you need for a self-catering holiday in North Devon, including ample storage cupboards and countertop space. It features appliances such as an electric built-in oven, a four-ring hob, a dishwasher, a microwave, and a four-slice toaster. There's also a small dining table within the kitchen area.

Adjacent to the kitchen, you'll find a convenient utility room equipped with a washing machine and various other useful items, including an iron and ironing board. Additionally, a WC and washbasin are located in the utility room.

The spacious Master Bedroom boasts a large front-facing window that frames stunning sea views, including Combesgate Beach and Woolacombe Bay. Within the bedroom, you'll find an oak-framed king-size bed with an elegant curved headboard, a freestanding wardrobe, and a chest of drawers.

The Master Bedroom also benefits from its own en-suite bathroom, which features a shower, washbasin, and WC.

The double bedroom offers ample space and enjoys panoramic sea views that stretch to Woolacombe Bay and Baggy Point. The room is filled with natural light and features a freestanding wardrobe and two bedside tables with lamps.

The third bedroom is a charming twin room with two full-size single beds and a spacious chest of drawers. The standout feature of this bedroom is its small, stand-only balcony, located to the side of Sunnycliffe House, providing views of the sea and the local countryside.

Completing the first floor is the family bathroom, finished to a high standard, with a bath featuring a shower over it, a washbasin, and a WC.

Sunnycliffe offers easy access to the charming village of Woolacombe, renowned for its magnificent golden sandy beach. This picturesque village is home to a variety of welcoming pubs, delightful restaurants, and a selection of independent shops. Recognized as one of the top family-friendly resorts in the UK, Woolacombe, nestled between Morte Point and Baggy Point, has something to offer every visitor. Activities range from enjoyable rounds of crazy golf to breathtaking coastal walks and the unique experience of horseback riding on the beach. For many, Woolacombe is synonymous with water sports, with surfing being the most popular choice.

During the day, Woolacombe exudes a laid-back atmosphere that transitions to a livelier scene in the evening, with live music performances in some of its bars. Another delightful option is Barricane Beach, adjacent to the main beach, where you can unwind, watch the sunset, and savour a traditional Sri Lankan curry from the beach café.

For those looking to explore beyond the beach, many holiday villages on the outskirts of Woolacombe offer activities such as pottery painting, and day visitors are warmly welcomed to join in the creative fun.

If you head in the opposite direction from Woolacombe while staying at Sunnycliffe, you'll find the picturesque clifftop village of Mortehoe. This captivating village, predominantly managed by the National Trust, is renowned for its scenic walks and rich history associated with smugglers. Mortehoe offers a selection of delightful dining options, including a takeaway restaurant and a charming deli. You'll also discover a couple of quaint shops, and the village hall frequently hosts craft fairs. For avid walkers staying at Sunnycliffe, the journey to Morte Point is highly recommended. Along the path, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the local coastline and gain insight into why this part of North Devon was notorious for smugglers and shipwrecks.



  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Central heating
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Dishwasher
  • Clothes dryer
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Secure parking
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