You can hire a Devon holiday home with its own private beach bar – from £83pp a night | The Sun

This holiday home in Devon comes with its own private beach bar, and it's available from £83pp per night.

The seafront beach house is located in Bigbury-on-Sea and can sleep up to eight people, all of whom can make the most of its bar complete with sea-view.

The home, nicknamed 'Stargazy' has four bedrooms decorated with "contemporary coastal interiors".

They include one master en-suite with superking bed, one kingsize and one twin room. Opposite the master is a small bedroom with bunkbeds.

Outside, the property boasts a rear terraced deck for dining and lounging, as well as the highlight of the property, the bar.

There's also a sunny front balcony for further dining and relaxing.

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The front deck is accessed via an open plan living area with sliding glass doors that open onto beach views.

The house overlooks the Bigbury-on-Sea beach, where guests can take a ride across to Burgh Island on the sea tractor, try windsurfing or just relax.

A golf club, coastal paths and harbour towns like Dartmouth and Salcombe are all nearby, providing lots of great options for visitors.

The holiday home costs from £345 a night off season, but that doesn't take into account the eye-watering £450 cleaning fee and the £193 service fee.

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So if guests were to rent the property for the required minimum of two nights in January, it would actually cost £1,333, which works out at £666.50 a night – or £83pp.

If you're looking at peak season, the property goes up to £675 a night, plus a £450 and a £877 service fee, which is a total of £6,052 for the minimum seven nights – working out at £864.57 a night – or £108pp.

The single story house has an outdoor shower around the back where guests can rinse off their sandy feet after a day on the beach.

The top deck of the property has a giant L shaped outdoor sofa, a coffee table, a long teak table and 10 chairs.

It is also where the bar, The Stargazy Arms, can be found.

It has six tall wicker stools, an under-counter fridge, a freezer for ice, optics on the wall and a wine rack.

The bar is stocked with gin, vodka, rum, soft drinks and has an honesty bar for anything guests use.

There's also Wifi, a dart board, a Sonos speaker and a charcoal BBQ. 

The house has an overall score of 4.96/5 from 27 reviews on Airbnb.

One guest wrote: "Lovely well equipped house with great views. Delicious and much enjoyed welcome basket. Very comfortable beds."

Another said: "Fantastic property with fab outdoor bar area and really close proximity for the beach. Great for a family celebratory weekend away.

A third added: "The place was incredible, with stunning views from all over of the cliffs and the sea, which was all directly opposite."

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Meanwhile, you can rent a holiday home elsewhere in the UK with its own pub from £87pp a night, with extra cheap beer.

And this landlord built a pub in his back garden and made £1,500 renting it out to others.

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