Coast View is situated on a hill top, offering spectacular views of the scooped-out bay, peppered with luxury yachts and motorboats. From the deck of your holiday home, you’ll see Shaldon on the Jurassic Coast, which comes into its own as the sun goes down, lighting up in a twinkling kaleidoscope of colours as the restaurants and wine-bars open for business.
However, if you’d rather stay in and enjoy the opulence of your luxury lodge, you can enjoy a glass of something special on your own private deck, and simply soak up a sunset or watch Britain’s oldest passenger ferry, dating back to Saxon times, carrying visitors across the estuary to Teignmouth
Nearby, you’ll also find the ODE Restaurant, which offers a sublime fine-dining. However, it’s managed to set itself apart from its competitors by achieving the coveted status of Sustainable Restaurant of the Year, beating places such as The River Cottage. If that title makes you think of mung-beans and incense, think again: the ODE restaurant is a classy, contemporary backdrop in which you can enjoy dishes, such as Butter-poached Native Lobster with Bok Choy and Sladesdown Farm Guinea Fowl with Ashridge Organic Cider Sauce. Such is ODE’s popularity that they’ve even spawned a sustainable, hillside café where you can enjoy simple food, cooked to perfection, whilst enjoying the views over the beach.