This sweet little cottage is perfect for relaxing and getting away, whilst enjoying beautiful rural and coastal views
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you won’t be surprised to find that this property offers breathtaking views across open countryside to the Atlantic Ocean. Surrounded by farmland, National Trust land and the South West Coast Path, immersing yourself in the stunning landscapes and rural tranquillity of North Devon couldn’t be easier. Despite its quiet location, it is still close to North Devon’s dramatic coastline, beautiful beaches and family attractions. It also boasts a shared games room to entertain kids of all ages!
Spacious and comfortable is not what you would expect from a self-contained annexe, but this property is just that. Like the farmhouse, there are many quirky touches, such as the grand four-poster bed in the double bedroom, a red phone box outside and a ‘waiting room’ sign on the kitchen door, but overall, the décor is traditional and homely. Set on one level, it would offer easy access for elderly guests. With 112 acres of land to explore, including a pond, a playing field and that all important safe storage for your bike and/or surfboard, you will be keen to retire to the open-plan garden area and enjoy a BBQ.
North Devon is famous for its sandy beaches and this property is situated within 3 miles of one of its best, Westward Ho! (2.5 miles). You can also access the South West Coast Path from here, allowing you to further explore the beautiful coastline. Award-winning family attractions are nearby such as The BIG Sheep (2 miles) and The Milky Way (6 miles), but if you’re after heritage, visit the picturesque fishing village of Clovelly (11.5 miles) with its cobbled streets, museums and craft workshops.
Due to COVID-19 the games room will only be available via a rota basis organised with the owner on arrival, which will include a minimum of 76 hours between uses by other guests. Please note there is one other cottage and the owner has adopted a one week off one week on basis for bookings. Picnic tables and seating areas will remain open where social distancing can be adhered to. Plus outside toys and games will be accessible but guests are responsible for disinfecting before and after use.