Located along South Devon’s sought-after South Hams coastline, Beachdown is an exclusive development of 12 decadently spacious detached luxury eco-homes that are situated within a small, gated resort just a short amble from Challaborough’s Blue Flag beach.

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Dive In…The Beachdown Lifestyle


Your Beachdown Holiday Home

Arranged as reverse level, the impressive open plan living and entertainment spaces of these homes lie on their upper floors and offer a fantastic indoor / outdoor flow between the interiors and their private terraces, while sprawling roof terraces create the perfect space to bask in the sunshine or for al fresco evenings. Contemporary kitchens with luxury appliances and huge dining areas invite shared suppers and conversation while the vast living rooms which are individually furnished and styled, include ample seating as well as entertainment systems.

Downstairs, the homes’ bedrooms are large and airy with high quality bedding and lovely décor, while en-suite facilities and modern family bathrooms provide plenty of space for large family gatherings or groups of couples. Outside, each property provides private parking for two cars with guest spaces available on a first come first served basis.

Wonderfully positioned and with tonnes of room for extended family or friends, Beachdown is within easy reach of the area’s coast paths and attractions including beautiful beaches, rugged moors and coastal towns like Kingsbridge and Dartmouth.

Where to find adventure

Bigbury Golf Course

Established in 1931 this course offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside and coastline so if you’re a keen golfer, this one is not to be missed when you stay at Beachdown. The course is 18-holes and a par 70, that providing a challenging experience with beautiful coastal scenery, for golfers of all skill levels. The club itself has excellent facilities including a clubhouse with a bar and restaurant, pro shop, and practice areas and is open to visitors all year round.

Walk to Hope Cove

This 6-mile walk along the South West Coast Path starts at Challaborough Beach and heads towards Bigbury-on-Sea with spectacular views of Burgh Island. Enjoy wide coastal views and scenery as you make your way to Bantham Beach, passing through wildflower meadows and fields along the way. Next up is Thurlestone with its landmark rock formation which is the perfect place for snapping a few pics, then on to the charming Thurlestone Village which is dotted with original thatched cottages and traditional pubs. The route ends in Hope Cove which is one of South Devon’s prettiest places, and here you can settle down to a drink or lunch at The Cove Restaurant and Bar, whilst enjoying more fantastic sea views.

Thurlestone Golf Club (about 30 minutes’ drive)

If you’re a lover of the game with a passion for beautiful scenery, this golf course which is set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, will offer both a challenge and a stunning coastal backdrop at almost every hole. Designed by master golf course architect Harry Colt in 1928, the course offers a mix of links and cliff-top terrain, providing golfers with a variety of holes that keep the game interesting. It’s well-maintained, with smooth greens and fairways that are a pleasure to play on, and if you’re up for a refreshment after, the clubhouse is welcoming and serves up tasty food and drinks, making it a great place to relax after a round.

Overbeck’s Garden at Sharpitor (under 40 minutes’ drive)

Perched high above Salcombe, this Edwardian garden which is owned by the National Trust, is just over 6.5 acres and has stunning views over the estuary below. A wonderful day out for all the family, the gardens offer winding paths that meander through lush, subtropical gardens filled with exotic plants where you can stroll, sit or enjoy a picnic with one of the best views in Devon.

Where to catch the surf


Set just a few metres from your holiday home’s front door, this sandy beach has been awarded a Blue Flag status and is the ideal spot for families whether to play games, sunbathe, swim, paddle or build sandcastles. It’s popular for water sports such as surfing, bodyboarding, and paddleboarding and has waves that are particularly suited to beginners. A Fish & Chips takeaway sits right on the beach along with The Waterfront Bar & Restaurant.

Bigbury Beach (under 10 minutes’ drive)

This scenic spot is perfect for a laid-back day by the sea with its wide, sandy beach framed by views of the famous Burgh Island which you can walk to when the tide is low or take the sea tractor during high tide. It’s a great place for families, with shallow waters that are safe for kids to paddle in. If you’re into water sports, it’s a popular spot for surfing and paddleboarding too. You can refuel or grab a hot drink at the beachside Venus Cafe which means you can make a full day of soaking up the sun and enjoying the beautiful surroundings.

Bantham Beach (about 30 minutes’ drive)

Well-known for its wide stretch of golden sand and excellent waves, this surfing and bodyboarding hotspot attracts wave-riders from all over the region and has a beach-based surf school that offers lessons and equipment hire. The views here are amazing, especially of Burgh Island just across the water. Families love Bantham for its shallow waters, perfect for kids to splash around in, and the sand dunes that are great for a bit of adventure.


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