Eastdon House Living Room

The Eastdon House has five luxury apartments set in the Devon countryside, Eastdon covers fifty acres of landscaped gardens and mature Devonshire woodland. A short drive of one and a half miles from the holiday park takes you to another entrance where you'll find Eastdon House, Woodside Cottages and Eastdon Stable Cottages.

Eastdon House, built in the late eighteenth century, boasts one of the finest positions on the Exe Estuary in Devon. From the striking house lawns slope down to open parkland and magnificent views of Devon and the Exe Estuary. 

The privately owned house has been tastefully converted into five individual luxury holiday apartments fitted out to very high standards.

Copyright: Peter Stephens
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Taken: 12/04/2010
Uploaded: 12/04/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


Tags: luxury; self-catering; holiday; apartments; dawlish; exeter; devon; england; cofton
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