Made in Chelsea star Andy Jordan escapes to the North Devon coast
PUBLISHED: 13:00 20 January 2015
Made in Chelsea star Andy Jordan has been spending a few days in North Devon, enjoying the coastal views and catching the waves. He was also getting inspired and relaxing before his busy break from TV, travelling the UK on tour in March.
The White House welcomed the TV star last week. He was enjoying his stay at the House with its breath-taking panoramic sea views of Croyde Bay, North Devon. It was a perfect place for the photo shoot for Andy to promote his surf clothing range and encourage more young people to get out and enjoy the sea. The photo shoot really captured the elegant period home which boasts an enviable and quite unique location.
Sitting on a private lane just a stone’s throw from the edge of the coast, the stunning vista stretches out beyond Croyde Bay to Hartland Point and across to Baggy Point with Lundy Island on the far horizon. The access to the beautiful sandy beach gave Andy the opportunity to catch the surf whilst The White House gave him space for some down time with his guitar.
The White House is available to rent throughout the year through Marsdens Devon Cottages and can accommodate 10 people so makes it ideal for groups of friends and families.