This holiday property is perfect for couples, growing families or a trio of friends seeking home comforts without sacrificing style. The village of Sidbury has plenty to offer. There is a shop, village pub and a local church. Footpaths and bridleways are accessible.
Tucked inland, 2 miles away from the red cliffs and luscious green hills of the Sid Valley, this chocolate-box cottage is an ideal base to explore the wonders of East Devon. Combining period features with contemporary detail, this holiday property is perfect for growing families or a trio of friends seeking home comforts without sacrificing style. Gather together for a good catch up, curling up on the sofa in front of the gas fire to swap stories and put the world to rights over a pot of tea.
Charmed by the traditional shutters and olde-worlde charm of the exterior, kick off your boots inside the lobby before making your way into the impressive lounge, featuring exposed beams and a fireplace with wood burner effect gas fire. Through a doorway, follow the cottage-style stairs to find two refreshingly decorated bedrooms and a shower room with WC. The lounge leads to the pretty kitchen and spacious conservatory dining area, a cosy setting for afternoon tea, or a place to enjoy breakfast to the sound of birdsong and the smell of bacon sizzling. The enclosed garden is a tempting spot for a BBQ, with views of the surrounding unspoiled countryside.
The village of Sidbury has plenty to offer from a local church and shop to footpaths and bridleways accessible from your front doorstep. Further afield is the town of Ottery St. Mary 6.5 miles away, famous for its meandering river where nature enthusiasts can spot kingfishers, otters and occasionally beavers. If a beach visit is more your cup of tea, Budleigh Salterton is a traditional seaside town 10 miles away, or Seaton 9.5 miles away has a scenic tramway that runs through the Axe Valley.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.