Self-catering holiday cottage in South Devon


"Highfield" a family owned holiday cottage in Bigbury-on-Sea


Highfield Holiday Cottage on the South Devon Coast2 miles to Bigbury-on SeaWelcome to "Highfield" a family-owned holiday cottage in the village of Bigbury-on-Sea on the lovely south Devon coast.

 

The cottage has been owned by the same family for over 80 years. The cottage can be booked for great self-catering holidays in this beautiful part of South Devon.

 

Ample parking at Highfield a holiday cottage in Bigbury-on-SeaThis holiday cottage has three bedrooms and can sleep up to 8 people, ideal for families or groups of friends.

 

The cottage has its own off-street parking and garden with sea view. "Highfield" cottage is a good base for hiking holidays or seaside holidays. It is available all year round for holiday lets.

 

The beach is 5 minutes walk from "Highfield", where you will find a café and surf shop. The next village has a shop and post office which is just a few minutes drive away.

 

Bigbury-on-Sea is situated in Bigbury Bay on the south Devon coast in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Bigbury-on-Sea offers the ideal family holiday with extensive sandy beaches.

 

It is an ideal location for spectacular coastal walks, dog walking, from May to September dogs are only allowed on the left hand-side of the beach, surfing, windsurfing and canoeing, with a golf course nearby.

 

Burgh Island CausewayBurgh IslandNearby is the historic Burgh Island and its unique sea tractor for crossing to and from the mainland when the tide is in. The island includes a hotel restaurant and the Pilchard Inn, dating from 1336.

 

Welcome to Bigbury-on-SeaBurgh Island is closely linked to Agatha Christie, as it served as the inspirational setting for both And Then There Were None as well as the Hercule Poirot mystery Evil Under the Sun. The 2002 TV adaptation of Evil Under The Sun used the island as a filming location. In 1994 an episode of the television series Lovejoy was set and filmed on the island

  All photos by Neil Rees