Converted stone barn, one of three properties in this idyllic peaceful location just two miles from the village of Buckland Brewer and within easy reach of Bideford.
This tastefully converted stone barn is ideally situated for those who like to get away from it all. Lying 2 miles from the rural village of Buckland Brewer, it is perfectly positioned to explore the rest of Devon. One of three properties in this idyllic, peaceful location, you are also within easy reach of the lively port town of Bideford (9 miles) and the rest of the beautiful North Devon coast.
This property offers distinctive and very comfortable accommodation, with homely furnishings set against exposed brickwork and beams, giving just a glimpse of the building's past life. You will love the cosiness of settling on the sofa to watch TV or a DVD. Couples can enjoy a quiet dinner at the dining table set for two, prepared in the bijou but well-equipped kitchen. Wander out to the patio area to sit and enjoy an early morning coffee, or perhaps a little stargazing in the evening with a glass of wine, thanks to the area’s unspoilt skies.
Keen walkers will enjoy the direct access to a public footpath and it may be possible to walk the owner’s land by prior permission and with any dogs kept on a lead. There is a pleasant walk into Buckland Brewer (2 miles) where you might like to take advantage of the popular pub and traditional butchers. The town of Bideford is just 9 miles away, offering a twice weekly market, shops, pubs and restaurants. A little further afield, the attractive harbour villages of Appledore (11 miles) and Clovelly (10 miles) which both ooze quaint charm, are steeped in history and have renowned restaurants and cheerful pubs.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.