This humble retreat has been fitted and furnished to a delightful standard throughout, offering the perfect bolt hole for a couple whatever time of year.
A sweet annexe that makes for a great base for those looking to explore the best of Devon’s south coast. Savour the tranquillity of living off-grid, deep in the Devonshire countryside and hideaway in this petite retreat. Take trips to the seaside, journey through historic market towns and idyllic villages before returning to this property for a homecooked meal and an evening by the flame effect electric fire.
Arrive at this lovely home and step into the open-plan living area, where you can cuddle up under a blanket and watch a film or listen to the rain pitter patter without the interruption of a single car for hours. Bring home local produce after a day out and about and make use of the kitchen and dining area, where there is an electric oven and two ring hob, fridge with ice compartment and microwave. The capacious master bedroom features a king-size bed, promising a blissful uninterrupted night's sleep, making lazy mornings in bed ever more tempting. Outside you’ll find a modest seating area with panoramic countryside views; a really pleasant area to enjoy your morning tea. There is one allocated parking space outside the property.
Reside on the border of Devon, Dorset and Somerset, three of the South West’s flourishing counties. Explore the dramatic moorlands of Devon, the ancient Jurassic Coast of Dorset and the charming villages and bustling market towns of Somerset. This cottage is fairly remote, however, there is a pub within 3 miles and a beach within 4 miles, and the nearby market town of Axminster (3 miles) offers shops, inns and restaurants.