Complimentary Welcome Hamper
A complimentary welcome hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.
Woodland Cottage is a very spacious cottage in a peaceful location situated along a country lane in North Devon. There are fine views from the grounds behind Woodland Cottage, across the rolling countryside, which offers numerous walks straight from the front door. You may be lucky enough to spot the local red deer and many varieties of birds. There is also a lake with ornamental fish, where guests can sit and enjoy the peace with a glass of wine.
Sleeps two guests.
Outside area with garden furniture for alfresco dining.
Sadly, the property is not equipped for children or babies due to steep slopes and the proximity of the lake.
Minimum of a two night stay.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Additional featuresIdeal for a Romantic Retreat.
Beautifully rural, spacious and tranquil.
The stream and lake can be discovered within the grounds, seating provided by the lake.
Underfloor heating to ground floor.
Oil fired central heating, electric woodburner.
Electric cooker with five-hob burner, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer.
TV. Please note, there is no longer a DVD player at the property.
Attractions and nearby amenitiesIn the neighbouring village of Kings Nympton, pop into The Grove Inn, just four miles away or a short drive away you will find the village of South Molton with a wealth of shops, eateries and pubs.
Within the surrounding area is a large selection of pubs and restaurants including the well known Michelin stared, The Masons Arms, which is only a brief drive from the cottage.
The lovely towns of Great Torrington, set on an inland cliff top with steep drops down to the River Torridge below and the bustling Barnstaple, are within a 30 minute drive with an abundance of shops and eateries.
Visit Exmoor with its spectacular scenery and enjoy and peaceful walk over the moors where you may catch sight of the wild Exmoor ponies.
A must is also the Tarr Steps or try some of the 51 miles of the Coleridge Way.
For the sporting enthusiasts there are ample activities to try such as kayaking, fishing, riding or rock pooling to name but a few.
Slight further afield you can stroll along the beach at Ilfracombe (45 minutes away) or take a coastal cruise from the harbour and look out for seals, porpoises and dolphins. Another recommended beach is found at Saunton Sands which is also 45 minutes away.
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