Highly recommended! On arrival we were delighted that the cottage was even nicer than it looked in the photos, and these were impressive enough. There is lots to like about it - very spacious, modern, well designed with lots of interesting details, and in a beautiful secluded location with superb views across the ever changing estuary with Dartmoor in the distance. Everything you need for an enjoyable stay is there, even a pair of binoculars to help enjoy the view!
The pub in the village is just a short walk down the road and where we were always given a friendly welcome. Although there is a community shop in the village, we rarely found this open, so you need to be more than a little organised with your shopping and provisions.
We went as a couple with a dog, and found the short lane outside the front fine for early morning and evening 'essential' walks, but the Wacker Quay to antony Trail, which winds along the edge of the water for much of its length, was a lovely return walk.
Our favourite places for eating and drinking were the Edgcombe arms at Cremyll, (overlooking the water towards Plymouth), and the beach cafe at Seaton where you can feel at ease with a dog. However, the cottage is so nice that at times it was tempting to just stay in and relax!