This adorable semi-detached cottage has been tastefully and sympathetically converted from a traditional flint barn, and combines modern luxury and convenience with historic character and charm.
A quintessential charming self-catering cottage idyllically set near the coast within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in a village so quaint it features its own phone box library where people are welcome to borrow books or CDs and its own magazine that you can pick up in the farm shop. This delightful cottage reflects the pretty provincial location it’s set in, with its classic features and immaculate gardens - it’s a little slice of heaven where romance blossoms.
Originally a flint barn, traces of its previous life can be spotted in the deep-set windows, crooked walls and beautiful beams. The open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner has been designed to make use of the space and an ideal setting for when you just want to stay in and snuggle up in front of the TV. Heading up a short flight of stairs you will find the en-suite bedroom with an inviting double bed, uninterrupted views across meadows and farmland to the Axe Valley and hills beyond. Guests can access the shared laundry room with a washing machine and a tumble dryer, and there is designated off-road parking for one car at the rear of the property.
Visit the seaside by taking a short drive towards the Jurassic Coast (7 miles) to hunt for fossils or take a dip in the sea; make sure you visit Sidmouth (15 miles) to marvel at the 240-million-year-old set of striking red cliffs. Don your walking boots for a trek along the South West Coast Path, looking out for wildlife and taking in the best views of the coast. Those seeking some retail therapy are also catered for with Taunton (22 miles) and Exeter (27 miles) both steeped in history and fantastic for shopping.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.