One of several seafarers' cottages, built for Captains to keep watch on their ships below; this end cottage provides guests with spectacular views that take in the town, picturesque harbour and the marina with it yachts, cruisers and lifeboats.
The house is divided into a ground floor flat sleeping 2/4 and a first/second floor maisonette sleeping 5/7.
The apartments are fully self contained, have their own entrances and can be let separately. There is an internal staircase, with security doors, which is used if the whole house is occupied by one group, making it an ideal holiday home for the larger family, or for two families wishing to holiday together.
The accommodation is double glazed, centrally heated and well furnished throughout.
Brixham has been a fishing port for hundreds of years and is of historical importance as the landing point of William of Orange (1688). Broadsands, Goodrington and Paignton provide visitors with plenty of glorious, sandy beaches to enjoy and local attractions include the Berry Head Nature Reserve, Brixham Belle Cruises and Brixham Heritage Museum. There's something to satisfy most tastes.