- 2 guests
- 1 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
a charming beach hut waiting for you
Our Larkstone Elegance beach hut has all the essentials you need for a self-catering getaway in North Devon. Relax in the small lounge area and enjoy home cooked meals from the kitchenette, with a seating area outside you can dine out in the summer sun. The double bedroom also has an ensuite shower room for your break away.
- Double bed
- Ensuite shower
- Free Wifi
- Iron & ironing board
- Special view
- Fridge Only
- Patio area
Things to know
- Smoking and vaping are prohibited in all lodges and inside any public buildings onsite.
- Free Wi-Fi is subject to network connections
No, this is not a pet friendly accommodation.
Check-ins are available from 16:00.
If you are likely to arrive later than 18:00, please call our resort reception team on 01271 863 006 to let them know.
Check-out time is at 10:00 am on the day of your departure. We kindly ask that you leave your accommodation as you found it.
Yes, towels are provided. Robes are not, they are available to hire.
Some units have parking next to them, for others there is just a short walk from the car park. If you would like more information please contact reception about your booking.
Children are welcome but we are restricted as the property’s are only one bedroom, however, all three of the apartments can fit a travel cot/mosses basket for smaller children.
It is a 2 minute walk from each beach hut to the beach.
Yes, it is and guests should use the postcode EX34 9QZ, you can then put your lodge number and the park name in the delivery notes – please let reception know you have ordered a delivery.
Bed linen, duvets and towels are included in all of the accommodation here at Beach Cove Coastal Retreat and beds will be made for your arrival. There will be a kettle, toaster, hob and oven in all lodges. There will not be a microwave in every lodge, please call reception for more information.
Unfortunately no, we don’t at the moment. Please ask at reception to find out where the closest ones are.
No, the distribution of power to the units cannot sustain prolonged high usage.