This pretty property nestles in an idyllic rural setting on the edge of a small family-run beef farm, boasts a delightful enclosed decked garden, and has been lovingly furnished to provide a relaxed retreat for couples and small families alike.
This delightful, fresh and homely detached barn conversion provides welcoming holiday accommodation for three guests. Ideal for couples, small families or solo travellers, this cosy property makes a relaxing and idyllic retreat. Set on the outskirts of a small family-run beef farm, the barn has been imaginatively updated, and offers a pretty decked garden area and exposed ceiling beams. Providing a tranquil getaway for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers, this stylish cottage is a fabulous holiday base for exploring the beautiful countryside of the Devon/Cornwall border.
Entering this tastefully furnished single-level conversion, the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner makes a wonderful living space. The light-filled lounge is perfect for unwinding of an evening, with a Smart TV, wood burner effect gas fire and comfortable seating. The dining area is ideal for sharing your favourite meals, which you can enjoy rustling up in the country-style kitchen. A couple of steps lead to the back of the property where you will find a utility room and storage space, plus the handy shower room and two pretty bedrooms: a light double room with TV and a fresh single room. French doors lead from the lounge out to the picturesque decked garden. This lovely space has been beautifully dressed with an array of planted pots alongside a BBQ and outdoor furniture, making it a wonderful space to relax in.
The cottage is well placed for exploring the spellbinding countryside of both Devon and Cornwall. Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre (11 miles) and Roadford Lake are nearby (6.5 miles), with opportunities for fishing, walking, kayaking and sailing. Heading to the coast you can spend a day in Bude (15 miles), one of the most popular resorts along the gorgeous North Cornwall coast. Inland, the northern edge of Dartmoor National Park can be reached via the market town of Okehampton (18 miles).