Romany - A stones throw from the beach
Stunning coastal vistas, a relaxing secluded garden, access to the South West Coast Path and a short stroll to Broadsand Beach: here is a detached family beach house with parking that ticks all the boxes when it comes to a dreamy seaside break. Large open-plan living spaces ...Stunning coastal vistas, a relaxing secluded garden, access to the South West Coast Path and a short stroll to Broadsand Beach: here is a detached family beach house with parking that ticks all the boxes when it comes to a dreamy seaside break. Large open-plan living spaces invite togetherness in cooler months, while outside patios and decking offer areas for entertaining and al fresco dining in the summer. No stag or hen parties please.
Five light and airy bedrooms comfortably sleeping upto 8 adults and 2 children, making Romany the perfect base for a family gathering or group getaway. If you can bear to break out of your Romany bubble, the English Riviera awaits, offering an array of golden sandy beaches, a wave park, Paignton Zoo, stunning coastal walks and eateries.
Romany is three floors of pure comfort and relaxation. Down on the ground floor, there’s plenty to keep you grounded! From the moment you enter the spacious foyer and hall, you’ll feel this is somewhere you can leave your worries behind at the door. Kick off your shoes and turn right into the spacious family living area, designed with entertainment and chilling in mind. Soft sofas, plump cushions and a calming decor invite you to rest and recuperate, while children can amuse themselves with an array of games. In warmer months, embrace indoor-outdoor living, folding back the doors to reveal both dining and lounge areas on the patio. A fully equipped kitchen-diner provides ample space for hearty family breakfasts, light lunches and atmospheric candle-lit suppers. There are even more places to kick back and relax on the left side of the hall – a cosy sitting room and living space offer separate zones to curl up with a movie or get stuck into a book.
Up the stairs to the second floor and four beautiful bedrooms await, decorated in soothing coastal hues of seaglass-green, ocean-blue, shell-pink and driftwood-white. The superking, king and double bedrooms all have gorgeous en suite bathrooms, while the sweet little bunk room (children use only) uses the family bathroom across the landing. On the third floor, there’s a further snug room with a double futon sofa bed with a shower room en suite. The perfect spot for youngsters to hang out without the grown-ups.
Outside, there’s table tennis, if you’re feeling energetic, and a wide expanse of lawn for children to play safely.
Fresh Escapes will provide access details to the property exactly 48 hours before your check in time. Romany is for your exclusive use.
Romany is professionally managed by Fresh Escapes. A Devon based privately owned Vacation Rental and Management company who are here to ensure your stay runs as smoothly as possible.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
We cannot accept any all-male or all-female parties.
IMPORTANT: Due to a contractual change with the owners, Fresh Escapes can only assist with minor housekeeping issues during guests' stay. Should there be any maintenance or other issues, we will contact the owner who will solely decide the course of action to be taken, if any.
There is parking for three to four cars on the driveway. Paignton Railway Station, connecting you to Exeter, Dawlish, and Teighnmouth via the Riviera Line, is a 15-minute walk away. Catch the bus from the stop at the top of the road to Brixham, Kingswear and into Paignton.
If you want to explore a bit further than the garden, pop down to Broadsands – an idyllic sand-and-stone beach. Explore the rock pools at low tide or play a spot of football or cricket on the parkland directly behind the beach. The long promenade provides a level walk to both ends of the beach and has brightly coloured beach huts available to hire for the day. Its location makes it an ideal starting point for scenic coastal walks.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to food. Try the Waterside Inn or the Harvester at Goodrington, Churston Court Hotel and the Manor Inn Galmpton. Down on the beach, visit K’ohana and Venus Cafe. In Paignton, head to TJ’s for fish and chips and La Scala for traditional Italian fare. Further afield in Brixham, there’s Rockfish, Berry Head Hotel and Casa Nostra.
Paignton itself is one of the brightest jewels in the English Riviera’s crown. The seafront and town centre shops are all nearby, making it an ideal Devon holiday resort for that relaxing break away. It’s family friendly, too. Paignton Zoo and Splashdown Quaywest offer exciting days out for all ages. Visit the popular seaside towns of Brixham and Torquay, which are a short bus ride away. And the wild, open moorlands of Dartmoor are easy to get to by car. Like the rest of the English Riviera, Paignton benefits from a mild climate and sub-tropical palm trees, giving that real continental, holiday feel and, when we are blessed with good weather, you could be anywhere in the world. But, like all our coastal towns, they showcase their own beauty in the winter months too, so whatever time of year you choose to visit, you’re sure to have an enjoyable stay.
- BBQ grill
- Free parking on premises
- Beach Front
- Beach View
- Bed linens
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Cleaning Disinfection
- Coffee maker
- Dishes and silverware
- Emergency exit
- Enhanced cleaning practices
- Extra pillows and blankets
- Family/kid friendly
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
- Free parking on street
- Garden or backyard
- Hair dryer
- High chair
- High touch surfaces disinfected
- Hot water
- Laptop friendly workspace
- Luggage dropoff allowed
- Near Ocean
- Ocean Front
- Pack ’n Play/travel crib
- Patio or balcony
- Private entrance
- Room-darkening shades
- Smoke detector
- Stereo system
- Sea view
- Towels provided
- Water View
- Wireless Internet
One of the brightest jewels in the English Riviera’s crown, the seaside resort of Paignton is known for its long stretch of a beautiful and easily accessible beachfront, promenade, traditional pier and colourful beach huts. Compact and easy to get around, the seafront and town centre shops are all close together, making it an ideal Devon holiday resort for a relaxing break.
There’s also plenty to see and do in the area if you want to get out and about and explore. The stunning South West Coast Path stretches for miles in both directions so walkers can enjoy the wonderful scenery and breathtaking views all the way to Brixham or Torquay. Don’t miss Devon’s 18th century Paignton Harbour, a real maritime gem with a bevy of boats, a historic harbour wall plus delightful restaurants and cafes where you can sample the famous local fish or try some tapas.
The coastline is simply idyllic to explore in a kayak or on a paddleboard and there’s water skiing, wakeboarding, coasteering and scuba diving available too. Boat trips abound on the sparkling waters of South Devon’s Beautiful Bay and unforgettable cruises are available to Torquay, Brixham and Dartmouth plus fishing trips, wildlife cruises and evening cruises.
Church House Inn
On a high ridge above Paignton, Marldon is not on the main tourist drag, but the Church House Inn – which has stood here in one form or another since the 14th century – is well known across Torbay as one of the best foodie venues around.
Goodrington Sands – a spectacular beach with many family attractions including Splashdown Quaywest and the Seashore Centre.
The Steam Train
Enjoy a day out on the steam train, running from Paignton Train Station, which takes you on a voyage of discovery along beautiful coves and beaches, over historic viaducts and along the River Dart to Kingswear.