Birdwatching from Highover 'Exe Estuary, Devon ...It is six miles of revelation, with birds all along the muddy banks. Brent geese from Siberia feed in flocks, while curlews fly overhead. Look out for black-tailed Godwits with their incredibly long beaks. Most spectacular of all are the avocets, in snowy-white and black plumage prancing along on blue legs. RSPB cruises 01392 432691. Stuart Line cruises 01392 279693' The Times Few holiday apartments are a better base for birders. Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve and the Exe Estuary are a mile or so along the promenade. And, of course, the sea is out of every window.

Self catering Dawlish, Devon. Holiday apartment with superb sea views of Lyme Bay just two minutes walk from the beach

Through the apartment's sitting area window, across the garden, to the beach at the foot of the cliff.

The sea view out of the sitting area window

Perched on the cliff top, on the Devon Coastal Path, a mile from central Dawlish and a mile from Dawlish Warren, this first floor Dawlish self catering holiday apartment enjoys a stunning sea view of Lyme Bay from every one of its windows. The apartment, which sleeps 2-4 people, is set in the grounds of Highover, one of the country’s most photographed coastal gardens, and visitors have exclusive use of a purpose-built deck area, perched on the clifftop, within the garden. The nearest beach is just two minutes walk away, down the coastal path. Few self catering holiday cottages or apartmens can match Highover's sea views or its cliff top location.

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