Cullompton Accommodations

Accommodations in Cullompton

Hotel
3-star Hotel
    Property Location When you stay at Brambles BB in Tiverton, youll be close to Tiverton Golf Club. This bed breakfast is within the vicinity of Diggerland and Tiverton Castle.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring DVD players and flat-screen televisions. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take in the views from a garden.Dining Breakfast is available for a fee.Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free parking is available onsite.
    cottage
    1br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Shillings Cottage is a small but compact, romantic hideaway for two, with room for a cot for a baby, nestling in the beautiful Blackdown Hills. These unspoilt hills are rich in wildlife, with deer, heron, duck, woodpeckers, badgers, foxes, kingfishers, pheasants, buzzards and sparrow hawks. Hidden away, in an area of low pollution and far from traffic noise, the stone cottage sits in a peaceful setting within six acres of gardens and orchard. It is the only cottage to-let on the property. The cottage has several features such as beamed ceilings, hand painted tiles and oils and water colours by local artists. Upstairs, French windows open onto a wide balcony under a walnut tree, with steps down to the swimming pool, which is open from mid May until mid September. You are welcome to enjoy a swim whenever you wish. Additionally, the pool is exclusively for you as the only cottage guests, from midday until 4pm from Mondays to Fridays. It is sixteen feet by thirty feet, with Roman End steps down and has a depth of between four and five foot throughout. Downstairs the kitchen has a table and chairs, a comfortable armchair, a kettle, toaster, hob and microwave upon solid beech worktops, with a fridge, oven, cupboards and drawers beneath. Fresh flowers will be on the table, with your free cream tea of scones, jam and clotted cream for our weekly guests. Next to the kitchen is a shower room with power shower, a wash basin and a separate WC. The stairs lead up to the living room/bedroom where you will find a comfy sofa, so you can sit and read in the sunshine through the French windows or watch TV. The TV may also be seen from the super-king bed, which has a thick, comfortable mattress and a soft topper. Beyond this, the balcony is entwined with roses and clematis, with chairs and a table where you can you can survey the landscape or watch the doves fly in and out of their dovecote. Steps from here take you to the paved terrace with borders filled with scented flowers and herbs surrounding the pool. The clear water is perfect for a refreshing dip. In a sheltered corner is a suntrap with a table, reclining chairs and a parasol for shade. Or you can lean back on soft cushions on teak recliners under the old apple tree, read, or simply go to sleep. Just a short walk from Shillings Cottage, on the river Culm, lies the historic village of Hemyock with its Castle, shops, excellent pub, take away, Post Office, bowling green, boules and tennis courts. There are also many traditional country pubs in the local villages nearby, serving food, local beers, ciders and fine wines. The Blackdown Hills are the perfect destination for those who enjoy walking, cycling or horse-riding amid unspoilt countryside. The gently rolling landscape retains old fashioned methods of farming, with small meadows surrounded by banks and hedges within small dairy or beef cattle and sheep farms. You can walk straight from the door through grassy fields or along one of the many footpaths, or take a stroll along the river. Or enjoy the bird song while you have a picnic on a hill side. If you wish, you may bring your own bike or borrow one of the owners and cycle the quiet lanes, over the hills and through the valleys. For those who want to explore the area further, to the south, the Jurassic Coast is within 16 miles. Here you will find both many quiet beaches and small seaside villages between Lyme Regis and Exmouth. The coast path runs right along this coast and also along the North coast, which is within an hour's drive and has long, sandy beaches famous for surf. Exmoor, Dartmoor, Lundy Island, the Eden Project, Rosemoor and Clovelly are all within reach. There are also many historic houses nearby and lovely gardens to visit. The city of Exeter is 22 miles, Taunton is 12 miles and the small market towns of Honiton and Wellington are 9 and 6 miles respectively. The owners will be happy to give ideas, directions and recommendations. We also have a range of walks and maps available for you to choose from. Please note: The pool is occasionally used by the owners and by those staying with them. The cottage, balcony, terrace and gardens around the pool have mobile phone reception and free WIFI broadband internet coverage. There are some books and games available within the cottage and DVD’s may be borrowed from the owners. Hampers of local farm produce and ales or ciders may be ordered in advance. An online shopping service, via the nearest Waitrose, can be ordered by you and unpacked prior to your arrival. There is no smoking inside the cottage. Full central heating makes the cottage ideal all year round. We have found that babies sleep best in a familiar cot, so we ask guests to bring their own, but a high chair can be provided. Pease mention you will be bringing a baby and the child's age. There is secure off road parking. Dogs are welcome, but there is an additional charge, so please mention this when booking. Shillings Cottage is a romantic hideaway. It lies within 7 acres of carefully tended gardens and an orchard, with an adjoining field, in the centre of the unspoilt and traditionally farmed Blackdown Hills. It is the one and only cottage within the owners grounds and there is exclusive use of the outdoor pool during weekday afternoons. The local village is friendly and welcomes visitors to the area. The nearest coastline is 16 miles. This is the Jurrasic Coast, which is a fossel hunters paradise. To the north is Exmoor and beyond that the sandy beaches of Woolacome and Westward Ho! Dartmoor is within sight on a clear day and there are many lovely gardens and historic houses to visit nearby, as well as small market towns and pretty villages.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    6 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    The SpaceA self contained and private country lodge with double doors from the living room leading to the large garden area for full use by guests including a gas bbq. A gate at the rear of the garden gives direct access to the abundance of walking trails provided by the Blackdown Hills an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many different grades from gentle to the more serious. The lodge has recently been fully refurbished with kitchenette including electric oven/hob, fridge with freezer compartment and microwave. The living room/ diner offers a cosy living space even in winter with a logburner. Two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin) and shower room with rain shower Guest AccessThe property is situated in a very private yet accessible location being situated down a private country lane ( not ideally suited for sports cars). Kerswell itself is small hamlet with nothing other than a handful of houses and a children's playground. The neighbouring villages of Kentisbeare and Broadhembury both have local shops and good Pubs. The larger towns of Cullompton with direct access to junction 28 of the M5 is approximately 4 miles and the historic lace town of Honiton 6 miles. Many attractions are within short drive including the cathedral city of Exeter (20 mins drive), surfing on the North Devon coast (40 mins drive), Durassic coast (25 mins). Otter activities include fishing, golf, cycling, gliding and much much more Interaction with GuestsWe are always happy to chat about local attractions and activities with guests. Jonathan is a keen surfer and may offer advice if you fancy hitting the coast The NeighborhoodOur lodge is in a lovely quiet position being 1/4 of a mile from the nearest country lane so no traffic noise or light pollution to contend with. Three good local country pubs all within 1 mile offering home cooked food and local ales and cider. A tesco superstore can be found at Cullompton Getting AroundA car is necessary junction 28 of the M5 is approx 4 miles, Tiverton Parkway railway station (Paddington line ) 10 miles Honiton (Waterloo line) 6 miles and local line station Feniton 4 miles giving access to Exeter
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    107 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceReal peace and quiet but easy to get to. Flexible hosts and a good breakfast provided if you want it. Guest AccessEnjoy the use of the grounds around and look at the stars at night. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy meeting people or leaving people alone for a bit of peace and quiet. The NeighborhoodThe Blackdown Hills are very unspoilt and great for walks, wildlife and some good pubs Getting AroundYou will need a car or a bicycle or a good pair of walking shoes and sometimes wellies ! Other Things to NoteWe are happy to try and accomodate people and are flexible in arrival times
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
      Luxurious safari tents with log fire queen size bed fantastic decking with candles private shower room meadow location price includes one nights stay for two with hamper excellent gift for anniversary, birthday, Christmas fab present
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      15 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceSet in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' in the Blackdown Hills, Rectory Cottage is an idyllic retreat. Guest AccessGuests have exclusive use of a six person hot tub between 10am - 10pm. There is also alfresco dining furniture and a BBQ for those hazy summer evenings. Interaction with GuestsWe interact if we can help or offer advice, but make sure that guests also have their privacy. The NeighborhoodClayhidon is conveniently close (by car) to all necessary amenities, but is rural and peaceful. The area overlooks miles of farmland over the stunning Culm Valley. The Blackdown hills are peffect for walkers, cyclists (who don't mind hills!) and bird watchers. We also have very little light pollution which means star gazing is a must. Getting AroundA car is essential, however, Wellington is the nearest town and is only a 10 minute drive away. There are trains available from Taunton as well as buses from Wellington. Bristol and Exeter are the nearest airports. Other Things to NoteCheck in from 3pm, departure by 10am. Late check out until 3pm maybe available at an additional cost of £35, payable locally. Please check in advance if required.
      Bed & Breakfast
      3br Bed & Breakfast
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated in Tiverton, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Tiverton Golf Club, Grand Western Canal Country Park, and Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life. Knightshayes Court and Diggerland are also within 9 mi (15 km).
      Home/Apartment
      4br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceSunnybank is not your normal holiday cottage but a luxury villa-style holiday property accommodating 8 guests in comfort. Situated in the lee of Penncross Hill, just outside of the village of Hemyock, Sunnybank commands stunning views of the Culm Valley and surrounding Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sunnybank is located near enough Hemyock for convenient access to its shops, pubs and amenities but far enough away to make this a secluded rural retreat ideal for a peaceful holiday. Sunnybank has been furnished to a very high standard with all the needs of holiday guests in mind. There is an open-plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen opening out onto one of the two garden patios, ideal for relaxed holiday living. There are 4 spacious bedrooms 2 with en suite shower rooms and 2 share a large family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. This self-catering villa offers light and airy accommodation all on one level (apart from one step into and out of the dining area) and would make an ideal venue for a family get-together or celebration. There is full central heating backed-up by a woodburner in the sitting room and a Rayburn in the kitchen (this is turned off during the summer). Hot water is provided on demand. The property offers a high standard of quality accommodation with modern furnishings throughout. Sunnybank has a large terraced informal garden (semi-enclosed) with enough space for the children (or young at heart!) to pay football in and generally let off steam whilst allowing the adults peace and quiet to enjoy our outdoor 6-person Jet Spa Hot Tub. This is situated on our second patio area which has shelter and seclusion but still with the stunning views that characterise Sunnybank. to see the gardens and hot tub please visit my video 'A tour of Sunnybank Gardens and Hot Tub' on You Tube. We have two games rooms with pool table, dartboard, table football and a full-sized table tennis table. There is also a boule pitch and a football goal net in the garden. Sunnybank welcomes well-behaved pets at the discretion of the owners. Our weeks run from Friday to Friday Weekends run from Friday to Sunday or Friday to Monday. Mid-Week breaks run from Monday to Friday. PLEASE NOTE THAT PRICING FOR BREAKS OTHER THAN ABOVE MAY NOT BE ACCURATE DUE TO THE AIRBnB PRICING STRUCTURE. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR AN ACCURATE PRICE. SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT For a £25 supplement extend your stay until 4pm on a Sunday (bookings allowing). Guest AccessThe guests have full access to all the amenities that Sunnybank provides. There is a private, outdoor 6-person Jet-Spa hot tub, situated on one of the patio areas which offers seclusion but still the fantastic views that Sunnybank if famous for. To see a video of the hot tub please find 'A tour of Sunnybank Gardens and Hot Tub' on You Tube. There is a large screen digital TV and DVD (with a range of DVD's in the house and a DVD library card for the local shop. Mobile WiFi internet access is provided free of charge, ideal for surfing the web or staying in contact with family and friends. There is a 3 games rooms with table football, darts, a pool table and a full-sized table tennis table. Sunnybank has a large semi-enclosed garden with plenty room for the kids to let off steam whilst still giving the adults space to relax. There is a football goal and a boule pitch (boules provided). Interaction with GuestsI will be at Sunnybank to meet and greet guests on their arrival. I will give a quick tour of the house and answer any questions. During their stay I urge guests to contact me with any queries and am mostly always on hand to go up to Sunnybank to give any help or advice that is needed. In addition to this I provide information booklets on the house, shops, pubs etc and there is plenty of tourist information available for things to do and places to see. The NeighborhoodSunnybank is situated 1 mile outside of Hemyock; a medium-sized village situated in the Culm Valley. It is a vibrant village with a strong community spirit. There is a shop, post office, a pub as well as a village hall, community centre and a large range of sports facilities. Getting AroundPublic transport is limited and a car is advisable. Other Things to NoteSunnybank is just 40 minutes drive from the Devon's beaches - both north and south and Dorset's Jurassic coastline. Well placed for exploring Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks as well as the Quantock Hills, Sunnybank is ideal if you are looking for a central base for visiting all the attractions the South West has to offer. Its peaceful situation means that it is equally good for those wanting just a relaxing rural retreat.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceSpring is a spacious cottage, with large front porch and windows overlooking the gated courtyard and thatched pump house. With original beams to the living room leading into a light and airy farmhouse kitchen dining room. There's a downstairs cloakroom and separate toilet. Upstairs there is a huge family bathroom and 2 double bedroom, one with an ensuite and a large front twin room overlooking the listed thatched cottages. This cottage is ideal for couples, business travellers and families travelling with young children. Parking for 2 cars. Guest AccessAll our guests have access to the 3 acres of the historic gated hamlet of Old Bridwell, adjacent to Lord Mountbatten 100 acre Bridwell Park Estate. The listed walled garden with its cordons of apple trees and espaliers of pear and plum trees, is a haven in which to relax with spacious lawns and plenty of room for children to explore and play. The cottage has a private patio, large porch and look onto the beautiful thatched round house which provides a communal seating area in the centre of the gated courtyard. Interaction with GuestsWe love to welcome all our guests with our complementary Devonshire cream scones with locally made jams. To help you get the most from your stay, we are happy to help you arrange anything, whether its doggy day care or a dog walking service, on site baby sitting or childminding, we can even arrange grocery deliveries from your favourite store, or if you prefer you can book a delivery of home cooked food fresh to your door by our local chef and artisan baker. The NeighborhoodIn a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by the rolling hills and lush farmland of mid Devon, the hamlet of Old Bridwell sits on the edge of the village of Uffculme. There are a selection of shops and country pubs and restaurants within 3 miles, with local farmers markets held weekly. Old Bridwell has been beautifully restored and is set within 3 acres of grounds, these charming cottages lie in a spacious courtyard centred on a thatched circular pump house, offering all you need for a truly relaxing holiday. Dartmoor, Exmoor, Lynton, Lynmouth, Lyme Regis, Seaton and Sidmouth are all close by and Tiverton, a bustling market town straddling the River Exe, is just 8 miles away. Several National Trust properties are close by including Knighthayes Court and within easy access is Bicton Botanical Park, the Tarka Line, Darts valley Steam Railway, The Great Western Canal and several golf courses. Providing plenty of opportunities for walking, swimming, golf, horse riding, cycling and fishing. The stunning cathedral city of Exeter is 22 miles away and the numerous amenities of Taunton are only 17 miles, by car or can be easily accessed by bus which stops 50 yards from the cottages, or train via Tiverton Parkway Railway Station which is only 5 minutes away. With the River Exe, Devonshire Heartland, Somerset and the North Devon coastline on your doorstep, the properties are situated in an excellent countryside location offering a good base to explore this beautiful area and are within easy driving distance of Exmoor National Park and the Devon and Somerset border. Just over an hours drive away is Woolacoombe Beach an award winning beach, voted Number 1 in the UK onTripAdvisor (February 2016) for the second year running, it was also voted best British Beach in the Mail on Sunday. This 3 mile long stretch of golden sand is renowned for its cleanliness, water quality and facilities. Life guards ensure safe family swimming during the summer and surfers come from all across the country to enjoy the swell of the Atlantic waves along this spectacular North Devon Coastline. This 3 miles of beach heaven in deepest Devon was in fact voted 13th best beach in the whole world and 4th best beach in Europe. Crealy Adventure Park is great day out for the children, with rides and animals, and there is something for all ages at Quad World and Diggerland. The Jurassic Coast is just 17 miles away, the coastal path offers walkers a stunning bird’s eye view of many coastal features. From the coastal path you can experience the drama of sheer cliff faces and numerous stunning walks, taking in Sidmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Seaton, Beer and Lyme Regis. The Jurassic Coast is ideal for exploring on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Branscombe is a haven for walkers, with a cluster of thatched and stone cottages nestling alongside a narrow lane at the bottom of a wooded valley. Animal lovers can visit Paignton Zoo, which covers 75 acres, or Exmoor or Dartmoor Zoo. Or for those who prefer the wilder animal experience, travel a little further to visit Longleat Safari Park home of the famous Marquesses of Bath and en route visit historic Glastonbury with the stunning National Trust managed Tor and eclectic range of independant shops and cafes or Clarks village a unique setting of 90 high street brand outlet shops and Shoe Museum situated in Street near the famous Millfield School. Getting AroundThis cottage is situated just off Bridwell Avenue, 50 yards past the entrance to Lord Mountbatten's Bridwell Park Estate. located conveniently just 2 miles from the M5, yet in the very heart of Devon, with easy access to all major roads and a host of visitor attractions. It it also on a bus route and only 3 miles from Tiverton Parkway Railway Station. Other Things to NoteLarger groups and parties can book out all 3 of our cottages by prior arrangement sleeping up to 20 guests. You can arrange to exclusively book out our listed walled garden to host your celebrations: Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc with Marquees, Bars, Bands & Catering for exclusive events in our listed walled garden provided by local partners. For smaller more intimate celebration you can book out the Thatched Pumphouse with a range of catering options available through our private chef.
      Holiday Park
      40br Holiday Park
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      Beautifully situated in the heart of the Culm Valley, Padbrook Park is located 15 minutes from the bustling city of Exeter and just 10 minutes from Tiverton. All 40 Bedrooms are en-suite and equipped with TV, broadband connection and comfortable seating area. We have disabled bedrooms located on the ground floor close to reception. We also offer family rooms, interconnecting rooms, or you may wish to treat yourself to one of our Superior rooms or even a Deluxe room with a two persons jacuzzi. All guests may take advantage of our fitness facilities (excluding Tanning Capsule) free of charge. Other facilities available include: 100 Acre 18 hole Parkland Golf Course, Crazy Golf, State-of-the-art Conference facilities, relaxed bar areas/Restaurant, Beauty Salon, Brand New 10 Bay Driving Range with power tees, Fishing Lake, 3 Rink Indoor Bowls, Karaoke on Sundays, Sky Sports in the Sports Bar. Padbrook Park is The Golf and Country Club for everyone!
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      89 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe cottage is spacious and comfortable, ideal for a single or couple ( but no children, sorry ) to stay for some R & R or explore this lovely part of Devon. Guest AccessThe cottage is self contained and has its own area of garden with a table and chairs, however guests are welcome to wander in the larger area of our garden. Interaction with GuestsI try to meet and greet visitors to welcome them to the cottage which is adjacent to our own home. If I am around I enjoy talking to our visitors and help them plan the things to do and places to go that will make their stay enjoyable. The NeighborhoodThe area is rural with surrounding farmland. There are pleasant walks nearby particularly along the Grand Western Canal. A village with a pub and shop is about 1.5 miles away. Getting AroundSeveral guests have arrived by train ( station about 6 miles away ) then taxi. We are easy to find on a map or Sat-nav. about 7 miles from a motorway junction and there is plenty of parking. Other Things to NoteWe provide the first basket of logs for the wood-burner then have an honesty system for refills of £5 per basket.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceWe can accommodate up to 5 adults and 2 children. We have a covered and secure area for bikes and walking gear. We can offer laundry facilities and packed lunches when ordered in advance. Guest will have their own keys so they can enter the property when they like. We live at the property so that anything you need can be provided if possible. We are within easy reach of the M5 and the A(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), and is perfect for a peaceful break in the countryside. The pretty village nestles at the foot of the Blackdown hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is a popular base for walking and cycling. The village is on a bus route and there are local taxis available. We have parking on a hard standing outside the property. Guest AccessGuests will have their own key so they can enter the house when they like. Guests will have access to their bedroom and dining room. Interaction with GuestsAs we live at the property if guest need anything if possible we are on hand to help. The NeighborhoodThe area offers an ideal base for discovering the beauty of Devon either by car, walking or cycling. Getting AroundThere is a bus service to various places and we have a hard standing outside the property for parking. Other Things to NoteOur price of £58 is for a double en-site room, we have a family room, and a single/twin room please ask for more details.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceWelcome to Windover Farm Cottage, a gorgeous, cosy holiday cottage in East Devon offering clean and luxurious accommodation for 4 people - the perfect rural retreat. The cottage boasts two pretty bedrooms (one double & one twin), a luxurious bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and a large living area with a wood burner and a dining table large enough to seat around 8 people. Outside there is a huge garden and under the apple tree live three lovely hens who will make every effort to keep you in fresh eggs during your stay! In the local village of Hemyock (1.5 miles from the cottage) you will find a pub (The Catherine Wheel) offers great food. Also, there is also the Post Office and general stores where you can grab the essentials such as bread, milk, newspaper etc. The towns of Wellington (in Somerset) and Honiton (in Devon) are around 15 minutes drive from the cottage. The cottage is around 30 minutes drive to the beach (Simouth, Lyme Regis) and The River Cottage Canteen in Axminster. The cottage’s central position on the Blackdown Hills, near the Devon/Somerset border, offers easy access to the beach and the South West’s attractions. This holiday cottage is available throughout the year for weekend, midweek and full week breaks. Guest AccessGuests to the cottage have full access to this Self catering holiday cottage and it's gardens. From the cottage there is a number of footpaths which can take you over this fields from where you will be able to see and enjoy our ducks, geese, pigs and Hereford cattle. Interaction with GuestsGuests to the cottage will find that the owners are on hand to answer and queries and questions as they arise. The NeighborhoodThe cottage's position is an a quiet, rural spot far away from the fast pace of busy life. In the daytime, you'll love to enjoy the delicious views across the countryside and watch the garden birds feed at the bird table. At night you will be able to listen to the River Madford babbling, watch the starry sky and you may be luck enough to hear the owls call to each other in the distance. Getting AroundThere is no public transport to the cottage. The nearest bus stop is in Hemyock (1.5 miles away). If you are looking to get out and see the area during your stay you will need a car.
      cottage
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Nightingales cottage is a well presented and equipped 15th century barn conversion and is situated in the heart of the pretty village of Kentisbeare in Devon. It is an ideal holiday home for couples and families, with baby equipment available upon request.The cottage has a cosy and comfortable open plan living/kitchen/dining area with slate flooring throughout and under floor heating. There is also an electric wood burner.There is a bathroom downstairs with a shower over the bath a washbasin and toilet.The upstairs comprises a large bedroom with a king size bed and beautiful exposed oak beams. The second room is a smaller bedroom with 2 single beds.There is central heating throughout the cottage; underfloor heating downstairs and radiators upstairs.There is an enclosed, south facing, garden with lawn, patio, BBQ and table and chairs to enjoy the beautiful Devon weather.There is a friendly village shop, post office, pub and church, all within a short walking distanceWiFi is available.Towels and linen provided.1 small dog accepted for which we charge ÂŁ20.Kentisbeare is:Approx.3 miles from the M5Approx 30 minutes to Sidmouth and ExmouthThe Cathedral city of Exeter is a 20 minute driveWithin easy driving distance of Exmoor, Dartmoor and the North Devon CoastThere are National Trust properties nearby.Eden project is approx an 1.5 hours drive.Gliding nearbyGolf course and driving range 15 minute driveFishing lakes within walking distance There are some beautiful country walks on the door step Kentisbeare is very close to the Blackdown Hills - an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are good local walks - brochures provided. The nearest beach is Exmouth which is approximately 30 minutes away. Exmouth has lovely sandy beaches, and rock pools at low tide. Sidmouth has a lovely promenade, a good range of shops, Jacob's ladder, and lovely gardens. We are midway between the South and North Devon coasts. Dartmoor and Exmoor are also easily reached. The Cathedral city of Exeter is approx. 30 minutes away. Also Exeter Quays, shipping canal, and local craft shops. Exeter has a good variety of shops, a museum, the Cathedral and Cathedral green, the Old Guildhall, and many places to eat, or just sit with a cup of coffee and watch the world go by. WiFi available.Central and under floor heating.Electric wood burner.DishwasherWasher/ dryer,(website: hidden) Cot, stair gate and high chair available Large bedroom with kingsize bed.Enclosed south facing garden.Patio furniture.BBQ.DVD and CD player.Radio short breaks 3 or 4 nights only. 17July - 27August 7 nights only. Fri/fri .Arrivals 3pm. Departures 10am.
      house
      1br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This welcoming barn conversion is situated on the outskirts of Uffculme village in Devon and sleeps two people. High Park Farm is a barn conversion on the edge of the Devon village of Uffculme, within driving distance of Exeter. This single storey cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom. The cottage also has a shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is a rear courtyard garden with furniture. High Park Farm is an ideal romantic retreat in a lovely area. Amenities: Electric heaters. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books and games. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Rear courtyard garden with furniture. Use of owners' field with unfenced pond. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There is an unfenced pond at this property. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The village of Uffculme has a shop, pub, Coldharbour Museum with a working museum and walks along the River Culm, plus within driving distance is the city of Exeter. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This welcoming barn conversion is situated on the outskirts of Uffculme village in Devon and sleeps two people. High Park Farm is a barn conversion on the edge of the Devon village of Uffculme, within driving distance of Exeter. This single storey cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom. The cottage also has a shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is a rear courtyard garden with furniture. High Park Farm is an ideal romantic retreat in a lovely area. Amenities: Electric heaters. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books and games. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Rear courtyard garden with furniture. Use of owners' field with unfenced pond. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There is an unfenced pond at this property. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The village of Uffculme has a shop, pub, Coldharbour Museum with a working museum and walks along the River Culm, plus within driving distance is the city of Exeter. Additional amenities include: cooker.
      cottage
      2br cottage
        Welcome to Windover Farm Cottage, a gorgeous, stylish, cosy Devonshire holiday cottage which offers clean and luxurious accommodation for 4 people. Windover Farm Cottage is perfect for families & couples alike. The cottage boasts two pretty bedrooms (one double & one twin), a luxurious bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and a large living area with a wood burner and a dining table large enough to seat around 8 people. It offers everything you would expect from a luxury holiday cottage PLUS you can (if you like) feed and look after the 2 hens who live in the half-acre garden! And these lovely ladies will make every effort keep you in fresh eggs during your stay! For children, tucked away in a large fireside cupboard you will find a wide selection of toys, book, dvds and equipment for small children. If you have older children we have football goals, frizbees, cricket and rounders gear for the garden plus wifi! You may also be interested to know that we don't take pets in the cottage and it's cleaned to a very high standard. This is important to many parents of young children. The cottage is also perfectly suited for couples seeking a romantic rural retreat to relax and unwind away from the everyday stresses of a busy life making memories you'll take away with you and remember forever. The cottage’s central position near the Devon/Somerset border allows easy access to the beach and the South West’s attractions. You won't be disappointed. Check out the TRIPADVISOR reviews by clicking here or watch the video here. - Two bedrooms. Bedroom 1 (double, with room for travel cot) and bedroom 2 (twin) both over looking fields. - Bathroom with WC, bath, shower cubicle (with power shower fed with our own water), heated towel rail, shaving point and adjoining airing cupboard - Kitchen is well-appointed with oven, hob, extractor, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer & food processor. - Lounge/dining room with log burner set into the inglenook and a large dining table (to seat up to 12 people) Freeview digital TV, DVD player/recorder, CD player/radio - Utility room with sink, WC, washing machine, coat airing facilities and boot rack - Off-road parking for 2 vehicles - Back door leads from kitchen to the elevated patio and generous garden which offers plenty of space to play (garden furniture provided). Small traditional walled garden at front of property. - At the bottom of the large garden there is a hen arc homing 2 lovely hens (called Copper and Chocolate). These ladies will keep you in fresh eggs during your stay! So what's included? Bed linen (Egyptian cotton), towels, central heating, electric and logs are all included. A freshly backed Victoria sponge cake (made with our own eggs), a pack of our own sausages, pot of homemade jam/marmalade and eggs will be left for you along with tea, coffee, sugar and a small jug of milk. Further, the owner will, by arrangement, receive and unpack an internet grocery ready for your stay. The property is also within easy reach of the cathedral city of Exeter and Somerset’s County town, Taunton, which offer farmers markets, high street shopping, theatres, restaurants, leisure facilities, museums and much more. Family attractions locally include Crealy Adventure Park, Bicton Gardens, Quad World and Diggerland. Alternatively learn to fly with Devon and Somerset Flight Training or attend the parachute school with Sky Dive UK both based at Dunkeswell Aerodrome (3 miles), try off-roading at the Landrover Experience (7 miles) or explore the ruins of Dunkeswell Abbey (½ mile). Cook up something special at home or dine out at one of the many pubs and restaurants nearby which offer a range of good food and real ales.
        cottage
        Excellent
        10 reviews
        4br cottage
          With 4 bedrooms and three bathrooms, Sunnybank accommodates 8 guests in spacious comfort. No effort has been spared to ensure every luxury has been provided; from spacious open-plan living, top of the range kitchen appliances, super-king sized beds, first-class bathrooms, on demand hot water and full central heating. Sunnybank has an open-plan kitchen, dining room and living area with patio doors leading out into a large informal garden which has summerhouse and boule pitch for the more active! Relax and enjoy using our outdoor 6-person Hot Tub. It is situated on our second patio area which has shelter and seclusion but still with the stunning views that characterise Sunnybank. Sunnybank is ideal for large family parties or get-togethers as well as smaller groups or couples. The open-plan layout makes it superb for summer holidays, but the log fire and Rayburn make it equally ideal for relaxing, 'out of season' breaks. The accommodation in Sunnybank is all on one level apart from a small step into and out-of the dining room. Family pets are welcome at Sunnybank at the discretion of the owners please conact us to discuss your requirements. SHORT BREAKS ARE AVAILABLE !!!PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DAILY RATE AT THE TOP OF MY PAGE IS SET BY HOLIDAY LETTINGS AND DOES NOT CORRESPOND TO THE ACTUAL PRICE FOR A SHORT BREAK!!! The Blackdown Hills are one of the best kept secrets of the West Country. Stunning scenery is dotted with pretty villages and many historical and interesting places to visit. Walking and cycling and pony trekking are popular activities with a vast array of footpath routes and quiet country lanes not to mention the large areas of open moorland. The beaches are a popular destination especially for surfing. Towns popular with holidaymakers such as Honiton, Glastonbury and Exeter are close by. For more information on 'Places to Go and Things to See' please visit our website. Sunnybank is not you normal holiday cottage but a luxury modern villa-style bungalow with outdoor hot tub situated in the quiet countryside of the Blackdown HIlls commanding stunning panoramic views across the Culm Valley and beyond.
          lodge
          Excellent
          8 reviews
          5br lodge
            Modern lodges with hot tub surrounded by woods in the middle of nowhere. Big lounge diner with vaulted ceiling is a great place for people to get together. Big decking area for BBQs. The surrounding woods are a great stomping ground for kids to build dens and make fires without being too far from the comfort of the lodges. The woods are in the Blackdown Hills, a little known designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The photos show Willow interior. Both interior layouts are the same for the lodges.All bedrooms have superking ziplink so you choose your bed configuration. Note: default price not in use. Holiday Lettings won't let me delete it. Price is inclusive of linen and hot tub.Cots and toddler beds are free.Weekends are Friday to Monday. We have a set price for peak and off peak weekends but sadly HL only allow us to show a nightly rate. If you fancy an extra day just email us with what you're after and we'll do our best to help out. Weeks are Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday - our changeover days. Thanks for looking, Zac Paywood Lodges, Somerset Very rural and peaceful area of England. Location is great for exploring the North and South coasts. Lots of walks in the area. Plenty of things to do but best to plan ahead and book activities e.g. quad biking, clay shooting, etc. Have a look at our googlemap of local amenities: (website: hidden)
            lodge
            Excellent
            8 reviews
            5br lodge
              Modern lodges surrounded by woods in a peaceful setting with hot tubs. Big lounge diner with vaulted ceiling is a great place for people to get together. The surrounding woods are a great stomping ground for kids to build dens and make fires without being too far from the comfort of the lodges. The woods are in the Blackdown Hills, a little known designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). Price is inclusive of linen and hot tub.Cots and toddler beds are free.Weekends are Friday to Monday. We have a set price for peak and off peak weekends but sadly HL only allow us to show a nightly rate. If you fancy an extra day just email us with what you're after and we'll do our best to help out. Weeks are Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday - our changeover days. Thanks for looking, Zac Paywood Lodges, Devon Very rural and peaceful area of England. Location is great for exploring the North and South coasts. Lots of walks in the area. Plenty of things to do but best to plan ahead and book activities e.g. quad biking, clay shooting, etc. Modern, purpose built, self catering lodge with hot tub set in a secluded woodland on the Devon and Somerset border. Each can sleep 10, with a spacious lounge diner to get everyone together.
              barn
              2br barn
              • Pets Allowed
              A private drive leads up to Apple Barrel Barn with plenty of parking space. A patio can be used for lazy days and evening bbq. Over looking fields.Enclosed gardens for you to enjoy, with an outside cabin to store your bikes. The barn comes fully equipped, full kitchen. A dining space with doors that open wide to take the inside out. The living area clean and simple with tv and dvd for times to relax. Broadband and a telephone to keep you in touch with the outside world. A luxury large shower well fitted out. With two large bedrooms .The main room with a king size bed and plenty of hanging space for your walldrobe. A twin room looking out towards the Madford valley. A delightful place to stay and explore. Villages, towns and the city of Exeter near by. East Devon stands in natural beauty. With the Jarassic coast world heritage site not far away, with the likes of Lyme Regis and Branscombe. A romantic retreat or a family base, its the place to stay. Please contact owner for dates and prices You can also find Apple Barrel Barn on Facebook Apple Barrel Barn is in the outstanding natural beauty area of the Blackdown Hills. A range of hills along the Somerset-Devon border in the south-west of England. The Blackdown hills are a sparsely populated and much of the land is used for dairy farming. Grasslands, meadows, and woodlands support an extensive population of birds, such as owls,and nightjars, also butterflies. Hedgerows and woodland are made up of ash, hazel, willow and oak, which support the dormouse, common lizards, and bats. The Madford river homes otters and kingfisher. Roe deer are easy to spot, and are often seen in the garden. Dunkeswell Abbey, was a Cistercian monastery and a offshoot of Forde Abbey., it was founded in 1201 by William Briwere. The Abbey was closed in 1539 and granted to Lord Russell. It was mostly demolished, though a small section still remains. In 1842 a parish Church was built on the site. A fully equipped barn with an open living space. A kingsize bedroom and a twin room, large shower. Broardband, Tv and DVD player. Large fully enclosed gardens great for children and dogs. patio, bbq over looking fields. Private. Towns, City and Beaches within reach.
              b&b
              Excellent
              1 review
              3br b&b
                Ashculme House is set in the lovely Blackdown Hills on the Devon/Somerset border. It has six acres of grounds and surrounded by Wildlife Trust land. It is wonderfully secluded yet in easy reach (3 miles) of the pretty little town of Wellington. We have two rooms, a double and a twin, in the main house where we provide breakfast and also a separate cottage which is ideal for two and has self catering facilities. It has one good sized room with a mezzanine bedroom with a double bed. There is a bathroom with bath and shower. It is near the swimming pool which is usually open from June to September. We are pretty flexible about accommodation so let us know what you are looking for and we will try tohelp you.
                barn
                Excellent
                1 review
                2br barn
                  The Wagon House sleeps 4, and is located in Clayhidon, Devon on the Blackdown Hills an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Breath taking scenery and stunning countryside, it is also a star gazers delight especially in winter as there is little light pollution. You can access the lovely private woodland in front of the cottage( in Spring fantastic carpets of bluebells ) It is a walkers heaven as there are numerous footpaths in the area with direct access to Valley Heads Way footpath running down a track alongside the cottage part of the Castle Neroche project. The cottage has a private driveway,kitchen,water supplied from our own springs, dining area, lounge, 2 bedrooms each with en-suites, ( Bed 1, King size bed , shower, wash basin and WC, Bed 2, bunk beds, shower,wash basin and WC ) With a large patio and lawn garden, a lovely spot to just chill out after exploring the area. Deer can often be seen in The Park ( The name of the field in front of The Wagon House). The RSPB did a bird survey and 32 species of birds were counted with a number of 'red list species' these are birds that have declined in the last 25 years by half. It is less than 2 miles to Hemyock which has a fantastic pub with an excellent dining area ,there is also a post office and Spar and three hard tennis courts. Horse riding and course fishing are offered locally.There are a number of national trust properties around Killerton and Knightshayes to name just two, Historic Taunton is about 11 miles away where the magnificent Castle and museum sit, well worth a visit, with the county cricket ground the other side of the town. West Somerset railway between Bishops Lydeard ( near Taunton ) and Minehead offers 20 miles of steam train travel through the Quantock hills and along the Exmoor coast Exeter slightly further afield with it's stunning cathedral, underground Roman passages, Guild hall and museum are all a must there, check out Parliament street made famous by Dickens who used to live in Exeter, also you can hire saddles and paddles, 'bike and canoe hire' and cycle along or paddle in the river Exe . The cottage’s position on the Blackdown Hills, near the Devon/Somerset border, offers easy access to the beaches Seaton , Branscombe Sidmouth and Lyme Regis, with excellant mackeral fishing at Beer. The barn conversion was completed recently and we have just started to rent to guests. Clayhidon is a small village with two pubs on the Blackdown Hills and has been awarded an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ( AONB ) It neighbours Hemyock which has another fine pub and Post office and Spar shop. Arrival times are after 4 pm and leaving times before 10 am
                  tented camp
                  1br tented camp
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Daisy meadow Safari tents Peace and rest for everyone Love the thought of the great outdoors, sleeping under the stars in a great big comfy bed with log stove time for you to rest Imagine peace and quiet birds singing sitting on your own deck with a devon cream tea Whether you are staying for a short break passing through or enjoying a short rest in the countryside we are here for you Our luxury safari tents sleep two in a king sized bed, with an optional one adult or two small children on a bed settee we can supply a tippee /vintage caravan should you need more room. We have two Safari Tents Each tent has its own shower room with flushing toilet hot water for the basin and a wood burning heater for the shower and to keep the room warm whenever you need it. Local markets food and crafts and shabby chic feel to this area lots of lovely unicycle shop and small local business to support The Gardeners Rest Tea Room on site provides lovely homemade cooking from breakfast light lunch and afternoon tea, selling homemade bread jams and chutney Dogs are welcome we even have a doggy day crèche where we can look after your dog for you to go out for the da Tina and Paul run the nursery and are here in site to look after you providing excellent customer service
                  Home/Apartment
                  Excellent
                  14 reviews
                  1br Home/Apartment
                  • Smoking Allowed
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThere is a beautiful view across to the mid Devon hills, to Dartmoor on a fine day, and a great feeling of peace and space. The tent is spacious and peaceful. Guest AccessGuests can access all areas of the 5 acre camping field and there is a huge network of footpaths nearby. Interaction with GuestsWe can be on hand to offer advice on local sightseeing/travel, just let us know what you'd like to know. The NeighborhoodWe are located on the edge of the beautiful Blackdown Hills, but within easy reach of the East Devon and Jurassic coast with it's stunning beaches(within 20m) the large towns of Exeter and Taunton, and Exmoor and Dartmoor are both within a 40 minute drive. The north coast, with it's surfing beaches, are an hour's drive. There are many good pubs within a walk (Kentisbeare) or a short drive (Broadhembury, Ashill, Clyst Hydon). Getting AroundBuses daily from Kentisbeare village into Cullompton, Honiton. Buses to Exeter and Taunton from Cullompton. Trains at Tiverton Parkway (5 miles) and Honiton (7 miles). Parking on site, transport from airport/station etc by arrangement with host.
                  Home/Apartment
                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceComfortable apartment, with lounge, kitchen/dining area, two bedrooms (which can be made up as one double and one twin, or two twin rooms as requested). One room has an ensuite shower room with wc and hand basin, the other a private bathroom with wc, hand basin and shower over the bath. The spacious kitchen and dining room (with table and chairs, electric hob/oven, washing machine, fridge, microwave and dishwasher) opens onto the patio with seating and small garden area. Guest AccessThe apartment is completely private, it is situated over our studio up a flight of steps and away from the house. You will have your own garden area, but are also welcome to walk in our 25 acres of woodland, there is a picnic basket in the apartment for your use! Interaction with GuestsWe are always happy to advise on days out and ways to enjoy our beautiful area, we provide maps of the nearby footpaths and brochures of places to visit, as well as having an arrangement for discount with our local golf course, skydiving and small plane hire nearby. The NeighborhoodWe are situated in the heart of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in rolling green Devon countryside, with an abundance of nature and wild walks on our doorstep. There are small village shops, pubs and post office in the nearby villages, and many places to buy food direct from the farm gate or pick your own. There are lots of fabulous pubs and cafes in the area. Days out include numerous beaches, Dartmoor, Exmoor, National Trust Properties (Killerton and Knighsthayes are closest, Haldon forest (cycling, riding and zip wiring), Powderham Estate, Model Train centres, Skydiving and many more! Getting AroundYou can always leave the car behind for the day, a number 20 bus passes the top of our lane a few times a day, there are bikes available for hire, the walking is great, or simply take a stroll to the woods for a picnic! Other Things to NotePlease don't rely on contacting us by mobile or text, please call the landline or email us as we are often out of signal. Bed linen and plenty of towels are included. Wifi internet, TV. Kitchen has belfast sink, microwave, electric cooker, fridge, washing machine, crockery/cutlery and cooking utensils. Use of iron and ironing board, hair dryers, central heating, electricity & water are all included. We meet and greet guests, give you keys, show you around and answer any questions. Check in time is usually 4pm but we will try and accommodate different check in times as best as we can. Early check in at 10am can be pre-booked at an extra charge of £20 where we can accommodate it, if for instance you are getting ready to go to a wedding or family event. Check out is 10am, but again can be up to 3pm by prior arrangement & only where possible, at a charge of £20. We have many cats and a herd of alpacas (the cats are never allowed in the apartment and we ask guests not to encourage them in please!). Wildlife is abundant as we are so rural and there are wellies for you to use if you want to go for walks. There are also lots of nature identification books for you to take along. We are AA 4 star, Green Tourism Gold Award and Tripadvisor Platinum Green Leaders.
                  Bed & Breakfast
                  3br Bed & Breakfast
                  • Wifi
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceBowhayes Farm is the home of 'De-Stressage' - a unique project that offers an insight into 'The Horses' World'. Our 'tame, wild horses' live outdoors 24/7, are unshod and live in social groups. Observing their interaction and serenity provides clients with an opportunity to see life from a new perspective. Programmes can be tailored to individuals needs and can include our 'Yoga on Horseback' sessions which enhance core strength and body awareness. Situated in the beautiful Culm Valley on the edge of the Blackdown Hills AONB, the farm offers breathtaking views and access to spectacular walks and cycle rides. Our accommodation has been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. We want you to feel 'at home from home' in the peace and privacy that we provide. We have associate practitioners providing a range of treatments such as Bowen, Shiatsu, Acupuncture, beauty therapy etc that will visit by appointment. Guest AccessYour own front door opens to self-contained accommodation comprising of 2 double bedrooms (the larger double can be made as a twin if required) with private bathrooms and a sitting room with wood-burning stove,satellite TV, DVD and free Wi-Fi. Kitchen facilities (mini oven with hob, fridge,tea and coffee making equipment, toaster) are also provided giving the feel of a private cottage but with breakfast cooked for you! Interaction with GuestsYour host will be available throughout your stay to advise on local amenities, book tables and taxis and generally make your dreams come true! The NeighborhoodCulmstock is a charming village, quirky and fun with an excellent shop/cafe/delicatessen and a pub serving excellent award-winning food - both are highly recommended! Village events are held regularly such as beer festivals, cart racing, duck races on the river and even a panto! The meat raffle on Sundays at the pub is not to be missed. Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks are close by and the local Neroche Project offers many varied circular walks. There are a wealth of award-winning pubs and restaurants and centres for arts,crafts and antiques only a short drive away. Trout fishing, quad biking, cart racing, golf -whatever your pleasure -we are happy to advise on local amenities to make your stay enjoyable. Bowhayes Farm is the ideal base from which to explore The West Country. Getting AroundWe are perfectly located for the M5, junctions 26 & 27, (10 mins) and also Tiverton Parkway train station, which has a service getting you to London Paddington in less than 2 hours. The A303 is also convenient as is the A361 North Devon link road. Exeter and its airport are an easy 25 minute drive. Other Things to NotePlease note that this is an old property and has steep stairs so may not be suitable for people with mobility problems. We regret that we cannot allow dogs but have several available to cuddle should the need arise!
                  Bedroom
                  Bedroom
                  • Wifi
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  Home Farm is offering a charming twin ground floor room with large adjacent bathroom. The house is located in the picturesque village of Holcombe Rogus. It provides and excellent base for exploring Devon and Somerset coast and countryside.
                  Home/Apartment
                  4br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceTwo ground floor suites and two first floor twin/double bedrooms with family bathroom sleep 8 in comfort. The vaulted first floor sitting room boasts a wood burning stove for cosy nights in as well as a balcony to make the most of the far reaching views. With antique beams and oak flooring as well as some exposed stonework, this triple aspect room is designed for complete relaxation all year round. Downstairs, the characterful kitchen features granite worktops, a window seat and large wooden table ideal for leisurely suppers with family and friends. This well-equipped space also features a fridge/freezer and washer/dryer for guests' convenience, while French windows lead outside. Children of all ages are most welcome at Luggs Barn. We can provide stairgates, travel cot, highchair and changing mat by arrangement. The huge south-facing private garden overlooks the glorious views over the Culm Valley to Hemyock and beyond, and provides the perfect space for children to play. Guest AccessCarefully renovated to balance period features with 21st century convenience, Luggs Barn offers all the comforts of home. Free wifi, TV with Freeview, DVD player, sound system and iPod dock, as well as a huge selection of paperback books, ensure everyone is entertained. Children of all ages are very welcome. We can provide (by prior arrangement) a travel cot, highchair, stairgates and changing mat. We do request an additional charge of £25/dog per stay. All linen and towels (exc beach) are provided, as are logs for the wood burner. Power and heat are also included, ensuring guests are comfortable from the moment they arrive. Please note There are several internal steps as floor levels vary, so this property is unfortunately unsuitable for wheelchair users. Interaction with GuestsFind out (email hidden) Other Things to Note**Please note that there are increased tariff charges for seasonal peaks such as Christamas, New Year and Easter Holidays. Dogs welcome at £25/each per stay. Please email to discuss.
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  12 reviews
                  3br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Cullompton, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Diggerland and within 6 mi (10 km) of Grand Western Canal Country Park and Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life. Tiverton Castle and Tiverton Golf Club are also within 9 mi (15 km).
                  hotel
                  6br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Tiverton, this luxury guesthouse is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Diggerland and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Tiverton Golf Club. Grand Western Canal Country Park and Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                  hotel
                  238br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  From Junction 27 of the M5, take the A38 towards Wellington - the hotel is located in the service area, on the right, adjacent to Costa Coffee / Burger King. The hotel is approximately 7 miles from Tiverton town centre.
                  hotel
                  Nice
                  37 reviews
                  6br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Located in Samford Peverell, this inn is within 6 mi (10 km) of Tiverton Golf Club, Diggerland, and Grand Western Canal Country Park. Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life and Tiverton Castle are also within 9 mi (15 km).
                  hotel
                  Excellent
                  4 reviews
                  1br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is 8.9 mi (14.3 km) from Diggerland and 11.5 mi (18.4 km) from Tiverton Golf Club. County Cricket Ground and Escot Park are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                  Home/Apartment
                  5br Home/Apartment
                  Situated in Cullompton, this 5 bedroom house accommodates up to 13 guests and starts at just GBP 1007 per night. The accommodation is 558 sqm. This house is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 4 double beds and 5 single beds and has 3 bathrooms. Towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a coffee maker, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, a dryer, and a washing machine. The property has a barbecue, a swimming pool, a garden, parking / a garage, a terrace, and children's games. Guests can also enjoy a CD player, a DVD player, a TV, video games/console, and billiards. This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
                  Home/Apartment
                  4br Home/Apartment
                  Situated in Hemyock, this 4 bedroom house accommodates up to 8 guests and starts at just GBP 302 per night. This house is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi, cable) access. It features 2 double beds and 4 single beds and has 3 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, a dryer, and a washing machine. The property has a balcony, a garden, parking / a garage, and a terrace. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player and a TV. The property is suitable for pets. This is a no-smoking property. 8 guests have been welcomed to this property. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
                  house
                  5br house
                    Peacefully on the canal bank in Halberton,250 yards from the pub, a large, detached house with fantastic views along the waterway to green fields beyond. On its own at the end of a quiet no-through lane, it has a good-sized, private garden, mostly lawned with paved terrace (table/chairs), summerhouse and gate (lockable) to the waterside with your own little sitting-out area (picnic benches) alongside the towpath - a great spot to relax and watch boats, walkers, cyclists and ducks, occasionally a kingfisher. Fishing available (licence required). Boats can be launched at Sampford Peverell (permit required); mooring permitted outside the house.Inside, plenty of space, good-sized rooms. Porch (freezer, larder fridge); kitchen with oak units (TV, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, electric hob/double oven) and breakfast table/chairs for 5/6. Beamed dining room with window looking to canal/towpath. Living room (TV/Blu-ray, iPod dock, digital piano/clavinova) with woodburner (ornamental only) and sliding patio door to terrace/garden; more big glazed doors to conservatory (table/chairs, sofa, doors to terrace). Also on the ground floor, a neat single bedroom (limited clothes-hanging space) and bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Upstairs (stairgates), four more bedrooms - the enormous master double (5’ bed) with en suite shower-room (suite), walk-in wardrobe, sloping ceilings and two chair-beds giving flexibility for use as a family room, and a double (washbasin), both with lovely canal views; and looking to the Blackdown Hills, another double with en suite shower cubicle and washbasin, and a room with a double and single bed. Bathroom (suite). Laundry room (washing machine, tumble drier). Off half-landing, step down to games room (quarter-sized snooker table, Wii, TV/DVD) with single bed and double sofa bed (for alternative sleeping). Professional catering available. Damages Deposit ÂŁ200. A good comfortable house for leisurely canalside living, with easy access to north and south coasts, Exmoor and Somerset; only 8 minutes from M5 and mainline station.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, game room, baby sitting, golf course nearby - good, shooting, cot, fishing - private, railway 5 miles, views, countryside views, travel cot, boats or mooring available, stairgate, tele, pub 1 mile walk, part disabled, big gardens or farm to wander, consider sb, detached. Halberton: village (14th cent. Church, pub, farm shop/seasonal cafĂŠ) through which the Grand Western Canal passes from its start 4 miles away in Tiverton (shops, leisure centre, barge trips). Fishing; boat, canoe, bicycle and mobility buggy hire locally. Sampford Peverell (pubs, shop, slipway, Tiverton Parkway mainline station), 2 mile walk via towpath. Golf, 2 miles. Peacefully on the canal bank in Halberton,250 yards from the pub, a large, detached house with fantastic views along the waterway to green fields beyond. On its own at the end of a quiet no-through lane, it has a good-sized, private garden, mostly lawned with paved terrace (table/chairs), summerhouse and gate (lockable) to the waterside with your own little sitting-out area (picnic benches) alongside the towpath - a great spot to relax and watch boats, walkers, cyclists and ducks, occasionally a kingfisher. Fishing available (licence required). Boats can be launched at Sampford Peverell (permit required); mooring permitted outside the house.Inside, plenty of space, good-sized rooms. Porch (freezer, larder fridge); kitchen with oak units (TV, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, electric hob/double oven) and breakfast table/chairs for 5/6. Beamed dining room with window looking to canal/towpath. Living room (TV/Blu-ray, iPod dock, digital piano/clavinova) with woodburner (ornamental only) and sliding patio door to terrace/garden; more big glazed doors to conservatory (table/chairs, sofa, doors to terrace). Also on the ground floor, a neat single bedroom (limited clothes-hanging space) and bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Upstairs (stairgates), four more bedrooms - the enormous master double (5’ bed) with en suite shower-room (suite), walk-in wardrobe, sloping ceilings and two chair-beds giving flexibility for use as a family room, and a double (washbasin), both with lovely canal views; and looking to the Blackdown Hills, another double with en suite shower cubicle and washbasin, and a room with a double and single bed. Bathroom (suite). Laundry room (washing machine, tumble drier). Off half-landing, step down to games room (quarter-sized snooker table, Wii, TV/DVD) with single bed and double sofa bed (for alternative sleeping). Professional catering available. Damages Deposit £200. A good comfortable house for leisurely canalside living, with easy access to north and south coasts, Exmoor and Somerset; only 8 minutes from M5 and mainline station.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, game room, baby sitting, golf course nearby - good, shooting, cot, fishing - private, railway 5 miles, views, countryside views, travel cot, boats or mooring available, stairgate, tele, pub 1 mile walk, part disabled, big gardens or farm to wander, consider sb, detached.
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                    5br house
                      In the heart of Cullompton is The Walronds, a Grade I listed, late Tudor house of great historical significance, once belonging to the Abbey of Buckland. A local preservation trust has restored the building beautifully, retaining moulded plaster ceilings and overmantels, vast fireplaces (ornamental), Jacobean ironmongery, mullioned windows, panelling and knobbly elm/oak floors (rugs), all complemented by rich fabrics, comfortable furnishings and modern comforts. The first and second floors are completely private for your use with your own peaceful, walled courtyard garden (lawn, tables/benches, barbecue) behind. A path leads 50 yards (luggage trolley provided) from parking area to the garden and your front door to cobbled hall (space for coats/boots/bicycles). Stairs up to first floor: large living room with flame-effect electric fire and TV/DVD; grand dining room; light cheery kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, range-style electric cooker) with breakfast table for 5. On this floor, three double bedrooms with pretty garden views, one with 5' bed, beams, chaise longue and en suite shower-room (suite). Smart shower-room (suite) and bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). Washing machine and tumble drier in cupboard. Stairs up to another living/games room (armchairs/beanbags, flame-effect electric fire, table football, TV/DVD, two sofa beds) and two more bedrooms - a double with French-style bed (footboard) and barrel ceiling, and one with two singles under sloping eaves (limited head height). Bathroom (suite with separate shower.) Quiet ‘hideaway’ (beanbag) on landing; second staircase back down to entrance. Caterers can be recommended. On the ground floor (separately accessed), a meeting room (wedding licence) and commercially-equipped kitchen (for hire, by arrangement) used for small community events (mostly daytime) and occasional ‘pop-up’ restaurant evenings. Winner of 2015 Civic Trust Award. A unique, fascinating place to stay; easy access (M5, 5 minutes) and great for gatherings at any time of year.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, game room, cot, railway 5 miles, tele, pub 1 mile walk, travel cot, wedding venue, detached, consider sb, big gardens or farm to wander. Cullompton: ancient market town on the River Culm with interesting town centre (conservation area, shops, pubs, restaurants, 15th cent. church); splendid countryside, homes/gardens nearby (Nat. Trust Knightshayes, Killerton, 6 miles). Easy access to M5, ½ mile; Exeter, 13 miles; Exmoor, 18; ‘Jurassic Coast’ and beaches, 20. Golf, 1 mile. In the heart of Cullompton is The Walronds, a Grade I listed, late Tudor house of great historical significance, once belonging to the Abbey of Buckland. A local preservation trust has restored the building beautifully, retaining moulded plaster ceilings and overmantels, vast fireplaces (ornamental), Jacobean ironmongery, mullioned windows, panelling and knobbly elm/oak floors (rugs), all complemented by rich fabrics, comfortable furnishings and modern comforts. The first and second floors are completely private for your use with your own peaceful, walled courtyard garden (lawn, tables/benches, barbecue) behind. A path leads 50 yards (luggage trolley provided) from parking area to the garden and your front door to cobbled hall (space for coats/boots/bicycles). Stairs up to first floor: large living room with flame-effect electric fire and TV/DVD; grand dining room; light cheery kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, range-style electric cooker) with breakfast table for 5. On this floor, three double bedrooms with pretty garden views, one with 5' bed, beams, chaise longue and en suite shower-room (suite). Smart shower-room (suite) and bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). Washing machine and tumble drier in cupboard. Stairs up to another living/games room (armchairs/beanbags, flame-effect electric fire, table football, TV/DVD, two sofa beds) and two more bedrooms - a double with French-style bed (footboard) and barrel ceiling, and one with two singles under sloping eaves (limited head height). Bathroom (suite with separate shower.) Quiet ‘hideaway’ (beanbag) on landing; second staircase back down to entrance. Caterers can be recommended. On the ground floor (separately accessed), a meeting room (wedding licence) and commercially-equipped kitchen (for hire, by arrangement) used for small community events (mostly daytime) and occasional ‘pop-up’ restaurant evenings. Winner of 2015 Civic Trust Award. A unique, fascinating place to stay; easy access (M5, 5 minutes) and great for gatherings at any time of year.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, game room, cot, railway 5 miles, tele, pub 1 mile walk, travel cot, wedding venue, detached, consider sb, big gardens or farm to wander.
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                      2br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Off a quiet leafy lane in Kentisbeare, just 150 yards from the pub/restaurant and shop, a good-sized detached family home, once the village mill. Behind, a large enclosed garden with pretty views to the church, big lawns, trees, summer house and terraces/seating for alfresco dining and all-day sun. The millstream trickles gently by - outside garden boundary at the back, unfenced alongside drive (care needed). Also beside drive, densely-planted pond area (lockable gates from drive and back garden). Use of orchard where owners’ friendly kunekune pigs occasionally reside. Inside, homely with cheery decor. Steps up to porch; tiled hall; large living room (woodburner, TV/DVD) looking over pond, with sofas and double sofa bed (for alternative sleeping). Bright kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, iPod dock, electric cooker) with gas-fired Aga (lit November to April or by arrangement for cosiness) and glazed door to terrace (table/chairs, barbecue); drying room (washing machine, tumble drier, sink) with loo (½-height saloon door) and stable doors to garden. Upstairs, on split levels, the master double (5’ bed) with en suite shower-room (suite, bidet) and curtained dressing/cot area with single bed, and a room with three singles (truckle). Bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). A practical and spacious base.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, golf course nearby - good, cot, pets - free of charge, dropsided cot, stairgate, tele, pub 1 mile walk, pets, open fire or woodburner, detached, consider sb, big gardens or farm to wander. Kentisbeare: attractive, thriving village (pub, PO/shop, church) in the middle of rolling farmland, and a gateway to the Blackdown Hills. Lots of footpaths and bridleways, fishing (also at Goodiford) and riding stables. Cullompton (market town) and the M5, 3 miles. Honiton, 9 miles; Exeter, 16; the south coast at Sidmouth, 17, and Exmouth, 21. Off a quiet leafy lane in Kentisbeare, just 150 yards from the pub/restaurant and shop, a good-sized detached family home, once the village mill. Behind, a large enclosed garden with pretty views to the church, big lawns, trees, summer house and terraces/seating for alfresco dining and all-day sun. The millstream trickles gently by - outside garden boundary at the back, unfenced alongside drive (care needed). Also beside drive, densely-planted pond area (lockable gates from drive and back garden). Use of orchard where owners’ friendly kunekune pigs occasionally reside. Inside, homely with cheery decor. Steps up to porch; tiled hall; large living room (woodburner, TV/DVD) looking over pond, with sofas and double sofa bed (for alternative sleeping). Bright kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, iPod dock, electric cooker) with gas-fired Aga (lit November to April or by arrangement for cosiness) and glazed door to terrace (table/chairs, barbecue); drying room (washing machine, tumble drier, sink) with loo (½-height saloon door) and stable doors to garden. Upstairs, on split levels, the master double (5’ bed) with en suite shower-room (suite, bidet) and curtained dressing/cot area with single bed, and a room with three singles (truckle). Bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). A practical and spacious base.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: sofabed, golf course nearby - good, cot, pets - free of charge, dropsided cot, stairgate, tele, pub 1 mile walk, pets, open fire or woodburner, detached, consider sb, big gardens or farm to wander.
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                      Excellent
                      2 reviews
                      6br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      1½ miles from both Kentisbeare and Cullompton, a very roomy, comfy house converted from a barn across a courtyard from the owners’ part 17th cent. listed farmhouse on their 5 acre organic smallholding (fresh salad), which you are welcome to walk, with lovely viewsacross miles of countryside. Outside, own enclosed lawned garden (table/chairs, barbecue), 3 steps up to games/laundry room (table tennis, air hockey, washing machine, tumble drier), and, down a field, two pretty ponds (fishing for tench, carp). Inside, light and bright with stone and wood floors (rugs). Spacious open-plan living/dining/smart fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer with ice-maker, electric range-style cooker, granite worktops) with woodburner, TV/DVD and stable doors to patio. Four bedrooms downstairs - a double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin) with en suite bathroom (wet-room suite with roll-top bath and separate shower, suitable for wheelchair users) and stable doors to patio and garden; another double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin, limited clothes-hanging space) with en suite shower-room (suite); and, at the other end of the house, step down to two more doubles (6’ zip-linked beds or twins), one with en suite bathroom (suite, shower over bath) and stable doors to patio and garden, and the other with en suite bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Stairs (stairgates) up to open gallery/second living room (countryside views) and two more bedrooms - a double with en suite shower-room (suite), lovely long countryside views and stable doors to private balcony (table/chairs), and another double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin) with en suite bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). TV/DVD in all bedrooms. Spring water. Professional catering and ready meals available. Suitable for wheelchair users. Damages Deposit £150. Pub, 1 mile. Well-equipped and comfortable.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, baby sitting, golf course nearby - good, cot, fishing - private, views, countryside views, barn conversion, wheel chair facilities, travel cot, on a farm, tele, pets, open fire or woodburner, part disabled, big gardens or farm to wander, consider sb, farm help, green cottages. Kentisbeare: attractive, thriving village (pub, PO/shop, church) in the middle of rolling farmland, and a gateway to the Blackdown Hills. Lots of footpaths and bridleways, fishing (also at Goodiford) and riding stables. Cullompton (market town) and the M5, 3 miles. Honiton, 9 miles; Exeter, 16; the south coast at Sidmouth, 17, and Exmouth, 21. 1½ miles from both Kentisbeare and Cullompton, a very roomy, comfy house converted from a barn across a courtyard from the owners’ part 17th cent. listed farmhouse on their 5 acre organic smallholding (fresh salad), which you are welcome to walk, with lovely viewsacross miles of countryside. Outside, own enclosed lawned garden (table/chairs, barbecue), 3 steps up to games/laundry room (table tennis, air hockey, washing machine, tumble drier), and, down a field, two pretty ponds (fishing for tench, carp). Inside, light and bright with stone and wood floors (rugs). Spacious open-plan living/dining/smart fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer with ice-maker, electric range-style cooker, granite worktops) with woodburner, TV/DVD and stable doors to patio. Four bedrooms downstairs - a double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin) with en suite bathroom (wet-room suite with roll-top bath and separate shower, suitable for wheelchair users) and stable doors to patio and garden; another double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin, limited clothes-hanging space) with en suite shower-room (suite); and, at the other end of the house, step down to two more doubles (6’ zip-linked beds or twins), one with en suite bathroom (suite, shower over bath) and stable doors to patio and garden, and the other with en suite bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Stairs (stairgates) up to open gallery/second living room (countryside views) and two more bedrooms - a double with en suite shower-room (suite), lovely long countryside views and stable doors to private balcony (table/chairs), and another double (6’ zip-linked bed or twin) with en suite bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). TV/DVD in all bedrooms. Spring water. Professional catering and ready meals available. Suitable for wheelchair users. Damages Deposit £150. Pub, 1 mile. Well-equipped and comfortable.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, baby sitting, golf course nearby - good, cot, fishing - private, views, countryside views, barn conversion, wheel chair facilities, travel cot, on a farm, tele, pets, open fire or woodburner, part disabled, big gardens or farm to wander, consider sb, farm help, green cottages.
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                      2br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      A mile from Plymtree, tucked behind the owners’ farmhouse, a comfortable single-storey cottage caringly converted from an old farm dairy. You have access to a courtyard made pretty with pots and, beyond the parking area, your own enclosed, mainly gravelled garden (picnic table, barbecue) with caravan (games, books) for children to play in and views over a sheep paddock to undulating countryside. Open-sided games barn (half-sized pool table, table tennis, table football). Lots of good walks nearby (dogs to be kept on leads in grounds). Inside, smart and cosy with original and quirky touches. Five gentle ramped steps (handrail) up to open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, electric oven/induction hob) with TV/DVD.Two bedrooms - a double (5’ bed), and one with two singles (limited clothes-hanging space); smart shower-room (suite). Boot/utility room (washing machine, freezer) across the courtyard. A super, friendly base for touring this interesting and diverse area of east Devon.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, baby sitting, shooting, travel cot, cot, barn conversion, single-storey, tele, pets, part disabled, detached, consider sb, green cottages. Plymtree: small village (good pub, church, community shop) amidst rolling farmland, between Cullompton, 5 miles, and Honiton, 8. Lots of footpaths and bridleways. M5, 6 miles. Exeter, 14 miles; the coast at Sidmouth, 14, and Lyme Regis, 23. A mile from Plymtree, tucked behind the owners’ farmhouse, a comfortable single-storey cottage caringly converted from an old farm dairy. You have access to a courtyard made pretty with pots and, beyond the parking area, your own enclosed, mainly gravelled garden (picnic table, barbecue) with caravan (games, books) for children to play in and views over a sheep paddock to undulating countryside. Open-sided games barn (half-sized pool table, table tennis, table football). Lots of good walks nearby (dogs to be kept on leads in grounds). Inside, smart and cosy with original and quirky touches. Five gentle ramped steps (handrail) up to open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, electric oven/induction hob) with TV/DVD.Two bedrooms - a double (5’ bed), and one with two singles (limited clothes-hanging space); smart shower-room (suite). Boot/utility room (washing machine, freezer) across the courtyard. A super, friendly base for touring this interesting and diverse area of east Devon.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, baby sitting, shooting, travel cot, cot, barn conversion, single-storey, tele, pets, part disabled, detached, consider sb, green cottages.
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                      2br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      On the edge of the tranquil hamlet of Dunkeswell Abbey, half a barn converted into an interesting, rustic-looking, wood-clad cottage, smart, light and airy inside. Good-sized garden (table/chairs, barbecue) overlooking the owner’s apple orchard and vegetable garden. Inside, little glass-panelled lobby; pine-floored, L-shaped living/dining room with TV/DVD, iPod dock and French windows to terrace and garden; well-equipped modern fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, freezer, electric cooker) with stable doors to terrace; bathroom (suite with separate shower). Stairs up to small landing (5’6" headroom), off which two bedrooms under the eaves, both overlooking the garden and with limited clothes-hanging space - a double with low sloping ceilings and Velux window, and a twin with dormer window; loo (5’8" lintel). Outside is a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier, sink and space for your bicycles. Spring water. A beautiful, peaceful place in which to relax.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: golf course nearby - good, cot, barn conversion, tele, good for honeymooners, pets, travel cot, consider sb. Dunkeswell Abbey: sheltered valley hamlet of a few cottages and the ruins of 13th cent. Dunkeswell Abbey itself, 2 miles from Dunkeswell (shop, church); Hemyock (church, pub, shops), 2½ miles. Honiton, 7 miles; airfield (flying lessons, pleasure flights), 2 miles; the sea at Sidmouth, 17, and Lyme Regis, 21; Exmoor and Dartmoor, about 30 miles. On the edge of the tranquil hamlet of Dunkeswell Abbey, half a barn converted into an interesting, rustic-looking, wood-clad cottage, smart, light and airy inside. Good-sized garden (table/chairs, barbecue) overlooking the owner’s apple orchard and vegetable garden. Inside, little glass-panelled lobby; pine-floored, L-shaped living/dining room with TV/DVD, iPod dock and French windows to terrace and garden; well-equipped modern fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, freezer, electric cooker) with stable doors to terrace; bathroom (suite with separate shower). Stairs up to small landing (5’6" headroom), off which two bedrooms under the eaves, both overlooking the garden and with limited clothes-hanging space - a double with low sloping ceilings and Velux window, and a twin with dormer window; loo (5’8" lintel). Outside is a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier, sink and space for your bicycles. Spring water. A beautiful, peaceful place in which to relax.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: golf course nearby - good, cot, barn conversion, tele, good for honeymooners, pets, travel cot, consider sb.