About the property
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- Minimum Stay2 - 7 nights
Cosy cottage in the heart of Devon
Daisy Cottage is a 2 bedroom barn conversion. It is extremely well insulated keeping it cool in summer and warm in winter. The cottage faces south-west and so is in the sun for most of the day.
The ground floor provides a light and airy open-plan living area with a fitted kitchen, dining table and a lounge area with cosy wood burner. Full height windows extend the living space, opening out onto a south-facing patio and graveled courtyard that provide the perfect suntrap from which to enjoy a morning cup of tea or al-fresco dining. The modern bathroom includes a shower over the bath and under floor heating.
Upstairs there are two comfortable bedrooms with exposed beams and stripped wood floors, reflecting the character of the original building. The master bedroom is equipped with a comfortable double divan bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe with space for a travel cot or standard cot which can be supplied on request. There are far reaching views over the surrounding Devon countryside from the master bedroom. The second bedroom is equipped with two full size single divan beds, chest of drawers and wardrobe.
Facilities and services:
Bed linen and towels included. Electric heating and logs for wood burner included. Space for a cot for additional infant in the double bedroom - please request when booking if required. Highchair and Stair Gate also available on request.
WiFi access available on site. THERE ARE NO HIDDEN EXTRAS
If you require additional accommodation for a second family etc. there is an adjoining almost identical cottage available which is not currently advertised, but can be can be booked subject to availability and for an additional charge.
There is a mini market at the local garage at Wilmington stocking fresh milk and bread and a basic range of groceries. Also in Wilmington, there is a small farm shop and a thatched pub serving a range of local beers and good local food.
The market town of Honiton (4 miles) has a good range of local shops and a twice weekly street market. Similarly Axminster (7 miles), has a weekly market and boasts the Riverside Cottage shop. Colyton is a smaller town, with interesting little shops, including the award winning Colyton Butchers.
The entire area is rich with excellent country pubs, restaurants and coffee shops. We will be pleased to provide you with our recommendations.
The Roman city of Exeter with its beautiful cathedral and green, and Taunton, the county town of Somerset, are both approximately 18 miles distant. For shoppers, either of these offers a full range of High Street chain stores and individual shops.
Daisy cottage is well situated for walkers with an excellent network of paths and tracks through the beautiful Devon countryside, many of which can be started from your own front door. The East Devon Way passes within a mile of the cottage, and the spectacular South West Coastal path is nearby. Slightly further afield, but within easy driving distance, are Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Blackdown Hills.
The coast is close at hand with the picturesque villages of Beer and Branscombe (6 miles), the Regency town of Sidmouth (12 miles), historic Lyme Regis (12 miles) and Seaton (6 miles).
At Colyton, there is the Seaton Tramway with vintage trams running to Seaton. Many other local attractions, gardens and National Trust properties are close at hand.
Further details outdoors:
Full height windows from the lounge area open out onto a south-facing patio and graveled courtyard that provide the perfect suntrap from which to enjoy a morning cup of tea or AL-fresco dining .
Garden furniture includes a large picnic bench, deck chairs and a barbecue.
There is a children's play area with slide, child's swing, tree house and trampoline. Also, there is a large lawn are which is shared with the owners, available for children to play games
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- English, French
- Calendar last updated:
- May 24, 2018
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Lovely place to stay and relax for a few days. Our little boy loved it!
Thank you for your hospitality
A lovely little cottage tucked away in a rural corner of Devon. The instructions to find it were great and when we arrived we weren't disappointed. The cottage was small but well designed so that it contained everything we needed and more. We particularly appreciated the welcome tray, the walking maps and the boxes of tissues in the rooms. As we stayed only two nights, we didn't use the book shelf or the games. The cottage was spotless and the bathroom modern and appealing. We had a great nights sleep due to the blackout blinds and the tranquility of the area.
Lovely quiet location tucked away within scenic countryside
The property is compact and cosy. Had everything we needed and more. Our stay here was very comfortable and is a good base from which to explore Devon. We enjoyed the very rural location. Very little traffic on the nearby narrow country roads. Great place to chill out if you just want to get away from it all. It was a shame that we had a few wet days during our stay but we still had a great time anyway and made the most of our family break.
Great stay, very friendly.
Very friendly stay. Cottage is lovely and cosy with all the amenities you require.
Amazing place to stay with family or friend
Wonderful experience, everything in cottage in place. Would definitely like to visit the place again for longer period
Beautiful setting, everything you needed.
Four adults and new baby granddaughter, had a lovely restful holiday.
Daisy cottage is well situated for walkers with an excellent network of paths and tracks through the beautiful Devon countryside, many of which can be started from your own front door. The East Devon Way passes within a mile of the cottage, and the spectacular South West Coastal path is nearby. Slightly further afield, but within easy driving distance, are Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Blackdown Hills. The coast is close at hand with the picturesque villages of Beer and Branscombe (6 miles), the Regency town of Sidmouth (12 miles), historic Lyme Regis (12 miles) and Seaton (6 miles). Local attractions include: * Seaton Tramway * Beer Pecorama * Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary * Burrow Farm Gardens * Bicton Gardens * Crealy Adventure Park * National Trust Properties .