This quirky converted railway station Signal Box Cottage, with it’s upside down layout is perfect for young families or a couple looking to stay somewhere with a difference.
Door leading to ’coat and boot’ area. Lovely family shower room with large shower.
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) King size bed, wardrobe
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 1+1) Full size single bed with a pull-out single under
Staircase rising to open plan kitchen/lounge/diner making the most of the countryside and river views. Fully fitted kitchen. Wood burning stove.
External stairs also lead to the first floor.
Garden area surrounding Signal Box with table and chairs and BBQ
Access to meadow, woodland and riverside (approx. 4 acres) with access to footpath tracing the former route of the ’Primrose Line’
Storage, by arrangement, for bicycles, canoes, surfing & sailing equipment etc
Sitting next to the original train station, and built in 1893 on the Primrose Line, many of the original signs and features have been retained. This holiday cottage in Devon is an ideal base to explore the beautiful area of South Devon. Set on the outskirts of Loddiswell village, The Signal Box has been lovingly converted, keeping its charm but with modern convenience inside.
Signal Box Cottage has an ’upside down’ layout, the open plan kitchen and lounge makes the most of the lovely views with wood burning stove and fully fitted kitchen. The spiral staircase leads down to a large double bedroom and a single bedroom with pull-out bed.
Lovely gardens and walks straight from your doorstep and with the river running alongside the land, this is the ideal spot for lovers of the great outdoors. Outside you can enjoy a lovely BBQ sitting right next to the old railway line and if you choose not to travel too far, the nearby Café in the garden centre serves up some lovely meals. Those interested in The Railway Heritage and fishing will adore this property, whilst those wishing to shop can explore fabulous Kingsbridge. Come and enjoy the ambience of days gone by in this unique property. Described by the Great Destinations Radio Show as one of the most unusual places to stay in the UK.