My Brixham Holiday

Stepaside Apartments – Tom’s Nest

Sleeps 2
1 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms

Tom’s Nest is a cosy one-bedroom apartment that can sleep two guests in an en-suite double bedroom. This property offers unencumbered views of Brixham Marina. For larger parties — especially family groups — the neighbouring Poppin sister apartment (sleeps 4 in two rooms) or the Penny Steps house next door (which sleeps up to nine) can be booked for convenience, subject to availability. Tom’s Nest is an ideal bolt hole for a couple, who would appreciate a little extra peace and quiet.

Tom’s Nest is a homely, comfortable nook that provides an escape from the bustling world, but it also provides necessary appliances for modernity, ease and comfort. The property’s windows provide plenty of natural light throughout the apartment, and its consistent neutral colouring makes for an incredibly relaxing experience for our guests. Enjoy a book or a glass of wine while enjoying the glorious sea views, allowing you to fully escape into realms of your very own.

A parking permit is provided for the duration of your stay. This presents a large saving on local parking, which can infamously be scarce in the summer months. Unloading and parking details will be confirmed before arrival.

There are 15 steps from the pavement level to the communal ground-floor front door, from which there is an inside flight of 32 stairs to the top floor to access the apartment. Pets are not permitted at this property. As it is a one-bedroom apartment it is not suitable for children.

Essential Details

  • Refurbished Victorian-era building
  • Free parking in close proximity to the property
  • 1 bedroom (double)
  • En-suite bathroom with walk-in shower
  • Modern, flowing open-concept lounge, kitchen & diner
  • Available dishwasher and washing machine
  • Free wi-fi

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Location information…

The property is located on Berry Head Road, nearby the South Western Coastal Path that offers great local walks to stretch your legs. Less than a mile away along this path is the Guardhouse Café, providing a great spot for a cup of tea and a bite to eat while enjoying the stunning cliffside views and the Napoleonic fortifications.

The Breakwater Beach, Brixham’s stunning shingle beach, is close by and has a Blue Flag Award — a global standard that commends cleanliness, safety, and environmental considerations.

Popular local eateries such as The Prince William and Rockfish are situated on the Marina, and a short stroll from here brings you to the town centre with its eclectic local business & access to the wider beyond by bus or seasonal ferry, including Dartmouth, Paignton and Torquay.

Here are some nearby attractions suggested by our Brixham-based team. Please check the relevant sites for opening times, dates, and entry fees to avoid disappointment.
  • Paignton Zoo
  • Funfish Trips & Dolphin Watching
  • Berry Pomeroy Castle
  • Brixham Museum
  • Berry Head Nature Reserve & Napoleonic Fort
  • Churston Cove
  • Local National Trust properties – Greenway and Coleton Fishacre
  • Dartmouth Steam Railway
  • Woodlands
  • Paignton Pier
  • Agatha Christie Mile (1.3 miles)