Relax in your very own private hot tub at this holiday property, which is surrounded by 200 acres of fields and woodland.
3 steps to entrance. Ground Floor.
Open plan living space: With beams.
Living area: With Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player and wooden floor.
Dining area: With wooden floor.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With beams, double bed and en-suite with shower and toilet.
Lower Ground Floor:
Bedroom 2: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot available. Welcome pack. Enclosed garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture and barbecue. 200-acre shared natural grounds. Hot tub. Parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are ponds and a stream in the grounds and a natural water supply from borehole.
The Granary is a detached 200 year old barn conversion, has underfloor heating, beams, spacious bedrooms and a south facing garden with a private hot tub. There is also a table and chairs which is perfect for al fresco dining. It is situated on the owners’ 200-acre working dairy and beef farm, and the owners are happy to show children around. The farm is surrounded by numerous public footpaths extending through the farm and beyond, along fields and tracks. The location is perfect for days at the beach, being 40-minutes from the north and south coastline. North Devon has a choice of unspoilt sandy beaches for surfers and water sports, and the south coast offers more varied attractions such as mackerel fishing and cream teas.
This is a peaceful location but only 2 miles from Tiverton, where you will find many independent shops, cafés and restaurants. There are so many places to visit, including Exmoor, an ½-hour drive, and Dartmoor, a 45 minute drive. For a great family day out visit Diggerland or Crealy. The Blackdown Hills and many National Trust properties are all within a short drive, including Heathcote, Killerton and Coldharbour Steam Mill. Tiverton Canal, home to one of the last horse-drawn barges in the UK and located in mid Devon on the banks of the Grand Western Canal, is a tourist attraction that offers an enjoyable family day out. The Grand Western Canal is a local nature reserve and is teeming with wildlife, and things to do and see. With free access to the canal all year round, walkers, cyclists, anglers and boat enthusiasts can enjoy 11 miles of quiet and unspoilt waterway which will lead you through Devon’s beautiful countryside.
There is a wealth of other great walks on the Quantock Hills, Exmoor, and the Devon and Somerset legs of the South West Coastal Path. In addition there is the beautiful walk around Wimbleball Lake with its wildlife trail. Shop 2½ miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile. Read More
Lovely hosts and location, I'd a little over priced. For that cost I would like all remote controls to work and better equipped kitchen (glass wine glasses), not sure that we paid normal prices due to covid. Rosie was lovely and the welcome was great.
We had a lovely stay at The Granary. The location is beautiful and very peaceful in the countryside but not too far from town. The owners are friendly and helpful. It is a lovely barn conversion and the beds were comfy. The hot tub was very relaxing with a gorgeous view. The kitchen was well equipped. There were just a few niggles with the cleaning, a dirty tissue in the bedside drawer, some grit in the hot tub, a lot of cobwebs and spiders. I would expect an even higher standard of cleaning at the moment. The welcome pack was a box of shortbread. The kids enjoyed playing with Rosie but we didn't appreciate her coming into the garden in the evenings wanting to play when we were in the hot tub. The real letdown was the terrible WiFi with so many attractions requiring booking at the moment, it really made it difficult to plan anything.
Beautifully furnished with all the home comforts. Located in stunning Devonshire farmland with the local town a short drive away. Great for walkers and those wishing to enjoy a peaceful, relaxing break.
Fab holiday, beautiful place, really peaceful.
Overall the cottage is lovely - although a few small things could be improved (like making sure the dials on the oven turn properly), but on the whole it was lovely - and a hot tub with great views!
We enjoyed a lovely break away in this gorgeous cottage. The hot tub was very much a treat and the cottage was well equipped. I will definitely be back
Lovely cottage in a rural location, great attentiveness by hosts.
Excellent little find and we will be back. The owners are wonderful and friendly and really make you feel welcome.
If you want quiet and relaxing this place is for you. This holiday home is well of the beaten track with no traffic noise at all only the birds will wake you
Lovely property and very friendly hosts. You do ideally need a car to enjoy this location. The hot tub was a real treat and the perfect temperature!
First class handy fro day trips all over Devon
Such a lovely house for a week's stay in Devon. So spacious for five of us, with a slightly unusual layout, having the living room and kitchen upstairs and then two of the three good-sized bedrooms and bathroom downstairs, and with a door at each end it made access for both floors very easy. The garden and patio are great, with a large patio area with space for a large table and 6 chairs, two sunloungers, barbecue, fireburner, and the hot tub. That's just the patio - the lawn is huge and well-maintained, so plenty of space for kids to play around in. This leads on to the next section - the dogs! If you don't like dogs you should probably not visit. The house itself is not "doggy" but there are at least four dogs on the farm and they like people. They are totally lovely, with one collie called Rosie who loves to play and will have you throwing a toy for her all day and night. They don't bark, they don't growl and they don't jump up, but if you don't like dogs it may be worth checking if they can keep them out of your way. The house has been recently converted (from a grain store) so all looks and feels in good condition, apart from a few creaky floors. Steve and Selena welcomed us and were ready to help out when we had some questions. Whrn we arrived, we asked for the stairgate to be removed so nobody would trip over it, and it was done in 10 minutes. This is a working farm so they live in the house a bit further up and leave you to enjoy your holiday unless you need anything. In terms of farm life, it is lovely surroundings, with the faintest smell of cows who graze in the adjacent fields. Only had one morning where we heard them mooing around 8am! While Tiverton (less than 10 minutes away) is fairly central in Devon, either coast (North or south) is about an hour away. Tiverton itself has plenty of supermarkets, cafes and takeaways to keep you sorted. The Morrisons is probably the closest and easy to get to without venturing into Tiverton's one-way system. Bear Trail (outdoor assault course) is 20 minutes Knightshayes (massive gardens and Manor house) is 20 minutes Wimbleball Lake (walks, bike trails and watersports) is 35 minutes Kents Caverns/Torquay is 1 hour. The only slight negative point is the poor phone signal and Internet connection, which dropped out regularly, but we still managed to stream a film one night. That's the price of being in a nice remote spot. In summary, a fantastic place to stay and relax, play with some cute dogs and sit in a hot tub and watch the cows.
A beautiful peaceful cottage with cows and red grouse almost in your back garden! The hot tub is perfect and looks over the most stunning scenery. The owners 5 dogs are all amazingly gorgeous and friendly and the cottage itself is comfy with good WiFi and views of the sunset to die for! Loved it!
We had a lovely stay, there is the town just a short drive with takeaways & shops if you want to get food into cook. The dogs are so good and the owners are just as friendly. It's peaceful and has beautiful views.