Wednesday, 12 September 2012


Freehold beach huts are as rare as hen's teeth - and ones with electricity are even rarer!
Our hut is situated at Westward Ho! on the coastal path, overlooking the sea.

It is a traditional hut which is fully lined and has been recently re-clad.

It stands on a freehold plot of approximately 50 square metres, currently laid to grass.

It comes fully fitted with a cupboard, worktop and shelving.

There is a bed settee, microwave oven, electric kettle, heater, small portaloo, various tables, and everything else you will need!

There is lighting and plenty of power sockets.

This is the view from the hut when the tide is out.

Satellite view - again when the tide is out.

A very fashionable bistro bar & restaurant (The Pier House) is just a few metres to the right and the public toilets are a few netres to the left.

The beach hut overlooks Lundy Island and there are amazing sunsets.

The beautiful blue flag awarded Westward Ho! beach is just a few minutes walk away.

It is safe, sandy beach, perfect for the family and also famous for surfing and all types of water sports.

The rocks below the hut are a real fisherman's paradise and the Royal North Devon golf course is just a short distance away.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful, this hut. It could be a great working space too, for my craftwork, like spinning wool and other skills with wool and paper. I wonder if the owner would consider payment of 500 BP a month and receive the full sum of 15000 BP in 13 months time.