This delightful converted barn has been sympathetically designed to make this most of the traditional building and glorious views, and is perfectly situated on the Devon/Dorset/Somerset border.
Escape to where the air is fresh and make memories you can cherish forever at this traditional cottage set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Feel like you’re returning home and immerse yourself within the characterful wonky walls of this traditional barn. It’s warm, welcoming and beautifully presented - a comfortable haven to return to after a day of adventuring along the nearby historic coastline.
The open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is on the top floor of this property so everyone can benefit from the far-reaching views of the countryside and the light that floods in through the windows. Evenings in this space feel exceptionally cosy, sink into the sofa under the attractive vaulted oak beamed ceiling. There are two stylishly decorated bedrooms downstairs, a king-size and a twin, as well as a shower room. Venturing outside, the barn benefits from a private patio area with garden furniture which overlooks the shared gardens and orchard. A shared utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer in the grounds. Allocated off-road parking for one car is provided.
The UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast (7 miles) is the ultimate destination for fossil hunting. Some of the coastal rocks are up to 200 million years old and if you want to compare your finds head to the Dinosaurland Fossil Museum to explore the collection of 10,000 specimens. If you’d like to interact with some living beings, travel over the border to Dorset to visit the only public swannery in the UK at Abbotsbury (25 miles); the whole family will be delighted to meet the resident animals. Those seeking some retail therapy are also catered for with Taunton (22 miles) and Exeter (27 miles) within easy reach, both steeped in history and fantastic for shopping.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.