West Prawle House
01548 511277
West Prawle House, rebuilt after a fire at the end of the 19th Century, still contains parts of the original farm house which was the only dwelling in East Portlemouth parish to have been listed in the Domesday Book.

With far-reaching views inland towards Dartmoor, we nestle at the head of a valley, below the worst of the prevailing winds . We are within half a mile of the inspiring South Hams coastline and coastal path, Close to the sandy beaches of the Salcombe estuary and midway between East Portlemouth and East Prawle, the southernmost village in Devon.

Our grounds, which are open to our guests, include a part of West Prawle valley with a small lake, with Gipsy caravan and barbeque area. We welcome families with young children and also accept well behaved dogs.


We have two letting suites, each comprising a double bedroom, sitting-room and shower-room. Additionally there is a double room with a separate bathroom.

Both suites have French windows leading on to the wide veranda.
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Close to the sea

West Prawle is a tiny hamlet 200 yards off the East Portlemouth road, mid way between East Prawle and East Portlemouth.

Close to some of the best family beaches in the South Hams.
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Availability & Tariff

We are open all year round and offer discounts for stays of more than 5 days.

Click here to view availability and prices, then contact us to make a booking enquiry.
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