Imaginative and spacious coachhouse conversion in the grounds of a country house, ideally situated for a varied holiday – stunningly beautiful coastline, sandy beaches, rivers, Dartmoor’s rugged wilderness, children’s attractions and sights. The cottage has a stylish, fully equipped kitchen, central heating, open fire, 23’ double-height living room with gallery and beams, and sleeps 6 + cot (2 doubles, 1 twin), 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite). It faces south on to its own cobbled courtyard with arches leading to an enclosed, lawned garden bordered by shrubs and climbers. Ample parking. FTTC WiFi. Contact Gavan or Anne.
Further details and pics on website.


Sleeps 6


£395-£1,260 per week
Nov-Mar from £275


  • Children Welcome

  • En-suite Facilities

  • Garden for guest

  • Non-smoking

  • Open all year

  • Short Breaks Available

  • WiFi


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