Our beautiful homes are nestled into some of the most sought after holiday locations in the UK. Browse our exclusive properties by their location and read our guide on what each area has to offer.


The bustling harbour town of Salcombe is located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An iconic seaside town, discover its picturesque harbour, beautiful sandy beaches, outstanding coastlines and dramatic rolling hills.


A haven for yachties and those who prefer to keep their deck shoes firmly on dry land, Salcombe is popular with people of all ages and delivers beautiful golden sand beaches, sparkling blue seas, wonderful walks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the estuary is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a nature reserve.

Water skiing, wakeboarding, coastering, paddling boarding:

Adventure South
Sea n Shore

Fore Street and Island street are where you’ll find all of the independent boutiques and well known coastal retailers. There’s a mix of nautical-inspired clothing shops, unique home wares and beautiful art galleries.

Salcombe is bustling with fine eateries and drinking holes. Whatever your budget, there is something for everyone.

Dick & Wills – A stunning brasserie with stunning harbour views based within the Salcombe Apartments building.

Captain Flints – The ultimate in ‘Pirate Chic’ and a firm favourite with all the family.

Cranch’s Sweet Shop – The very best sweet shop that ever existed!

The Winking Prawn – Located next to the beach at North Sands, the ‘prawn’ is a beautiful setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Definitely try the BBQ in the evenings!

Salcombe Distilling Co. – If you haven’t tried Salcombe gin… you MUST! It is the ultimate gin experience. You can also sign up to the Salcombe Gin school whilst you’re there!

The Harbour Hotel – With panoramic views of the estuary, the Harbour Hotel is perfect for watching the world go by… Head to the Jetty and eat local cuisine right at the water’s edge!


The Kings Arms
The Victoria Inn
The Fotescue

These are all fantastic venues all within a 5 minute walk of Flat 46. Booking ahead is advised, especially in peak seasons.

Although flat 46 is renowned for its incredible sea views, Salcombe itself is located in the South Devon Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which covers over 200 miles of protected landscape. The special qualities of the South Devon AONB include many miles of rugged coastline, patchwork countryside, historic villages and sandy beaches, all with your right of way to explore!

Horse Riding:

Mullacott Equestion Centre – Who kindly offer our guests 10% discount per person on a horse ride.

Shootings Schools:

South West Shooting School
North Devon Shooting Ground


The Village of Croyde sits south of Putsborough Beach and Woolacombe, and north west of Saunton Sands. It is one of Devon's most renowned seaside locations, due to its excellent surf, beautiful coastline and unspoilt village feel.


Croyde is a hive of activity during the summer, and a wonderful tranquil retreat during the winter. Activities such as surfing, walking, cycling and relaxing are all available and on the agenda.

Croyde Surf Academy: Who kindly offers our guests 10% discount on surf lessons.

Croyde Surf Hire: Who kindly offers our guests 15% discount on surf hire.

Coastal Adventures: Who kindly offers our guests 10% off per coasteering bookings.

Horse Riding:

Mullacott Equestion Centre – Who kindly offer our guests 10% discount per person on a horse ride.

Shootings Schools:

South West Shooting School
North Devon Shooting Ground

There are some delicious eateries within a walking distance or a short drive from Point View:

The Thatch pub
Beach Cafe Downend
Blue Groove
New Coast Kitchen
Saunton Sands Hotel Restaurant

Walkers in Croyde are in the heart of the UNESCO Biosphere centred at Braunton Burrows. The Devon Coast Path runs right across Croyde Bay and the enchanting moors and valleys of Exmoor are within easy reach by car.

The South West Coast Path National Trail is one of the best walks worldwide. With 630 miles of stunning coastline, whether you are looking for an afternoon stroll, a pub-crawl, or a hiking adventure, you can guarantee to be stunned by the truly inspirational scenes

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North Devon has some of the finest cycling routes in the country. The Tarka Trail by Braunton is hard to beat and there is a network of quiet back roads behind Saunton Sands and over the hills inland.

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Croyde Cycle encourages cycling and sustainable tourism in North Devon. They provide detailed maps and guides for the avid cyclist out there to aide in providing them with the most beautiful and informative routes in all of Devon.

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Golf is well established in Devon, especially since it is home to the oldest golf course in the country.

Regarded as the St. Andrews of England, the Royal North Devon Golf Club was founded in 1864, and the course is as tough as any other in Britain.

Royal North Devon Golf Club – Avid golfers have the luxury of a choice of playing at number of many award winning courses during their stay:

Saunton Golf Club
Woolacombe & Mortehoe Golf Club
Ilfracombe Golf Club


Exmoor is an inspiring and historic landscape of moorland, woodland and valleys, shaped by people and animals over thousands of years.


Straddling the counties of Devon and Somerset, Exmoor National Park is famous for its ponies, unspoilt coastline and dreamy night skies.

Exmoor National Park provides the very best riding ground for miles around, and these riding centres are experts in guiding you to the very best riding spots.

The Exmoor Pony Centre
Exmoor Riding
Brendon Manor with Horse Livery

Exmoor National Park is the most beautiful place to explore the outdoors on foot and with over 1000km of footpaths and bridleways, through oak woodlands, alongside tumbling rivers and across open heather-covered moorland, whatever your level, the options are endless. Countryfile have a fantastic website below listing a selection of the best walks in the area.

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There are many beaches just a short drive away from Exford, on the North Devonshire Coastline.

Blue Anchor Beach (14.4 miles)
Dunster Beach (13.3 miles)
Minehead Beach (14 miles)
Lynmouth Beach (16 miles)
Porlock Beach (8.3 miles)
Combe Beach (19 miles)
Woolacombe Beach (27.5 miles)
Croyde (31.4 miles)
Putsborough Beach (31.5 miles)
Saunton Beach (31.7 miles)

Devon is full of stunning period estates set within beautiful surroundings. Being open to the public, they are a wonderful way to spend a sunny Devonshire afternoon.

Arlington Court
Dunster Castle
Knightshayes Court

The medieval village of Dunster is in Somerset, within the Exmoor National Park. With it’s castle, yarn market, tithe barn and a wealth of listed buildings, Dunster is a favourite destination for many tourists.

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The Tarr Steps are a prehistoric clapper bridge across the River Barle in the Exmoor National Park, Somerset. A typical clapper bridge construction, the bridge possibly dates to around 1000 bc. The stone slabs weigh up to 5 tons a piece. According to local legend, they were placed by the devil to win a bet.

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Where Exmoor meets the sea, Lynton and Lynmouth are quaint seaside towns connected by the Cliff Railway, the highest and steepest fully water powered Victorian railway in the World! Whilst you’re in the area, it’s worth visiting the Valley of the Rocks.

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