Large seaside holiday townhouse in Ilfracombe sleeping 16 and overlooking the harbour, ideal for holidays and family special occasions
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Big Sea House, Ilfracombe, North Devon, sleeps 12 - 16 in 7 bedrooms.
This large Victorian terrace is an ideal destination for family or friends to get together in a very special environment.
The property is situated on historic Larkstone Terrace, which perches on the side of a hill above the working harbour of Ilfracombe. Each of the 15 north facing windows benefits from big sea views. The property’s architectural charm reflects its Victorian beginnings with tall ceilings, large sash windows and chandeliers.
The property comfortably sleeps 16 people, providing the perfect place for large groups to celebrate a special occasion or simply be together under one roof. The contemporary 10m lounge has breath-taking views across the ocean, Sky TV, DVDs and library area. Wi-fi provided.
A large fully equipped modern kitchen leads from the lounge through double doors, creating an extensive open plan living space. The ballroom on the lower floor is grandly decorated with full length curtains and huge chandelier and a grand piano. The dining suite seats all of the property’s occupants, providing the perfect venue for that special occasion. The room also offers more modern entertainments in the form of digital television, music system, full size table football and a children's’ pool table.
Patio doors lead out on to the terrace, offering an outdoor dining space for entertaining equipped with a built-in barbecue and chiminea with truly stunning ocean views. Each of the 7 bedrooms has been individually decorated. Five have sea views. There are 2 en-suite bathrooms and 2 additional family bathrooms.
The property is popular throughout the year, offering comfortable and unique accommodation regardless of the season. The ocean views provide a changing feast for the eyes whatever the weather, be it the buzz of the fishing vessels and sailing boats during the summer months or the moody, stormy vista of the breaking waves during the colder months.