There’s a small flight of steps that leads up to the entrance of this end-of-terrace cottage. Open the front door and you’ll be greeted with a light, bright, open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with a fantastic high vaulted ceiling.
Sink into the deep sofas or armchairs and watch TV, plus there’s a log burner to warm up chilly nights. If the weather is good, open the French doors and step onto the Juliet balcony to gaze at views over the grounds towards the Devon countryside.
There’s a good-sized kitchen equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, with ample prep space, while the dining table seats six to eight people.
A staircase leads up to a mezzanine level that overlooks the living area and has a sofa – it’s an ideal spot for kids to escape to. By prior arrangement, the sofa bed can accommodate one extra adult or older child.
There are three bedrooms in total. The master is a small double with a built-in bed (accessed from one side only). The second bedroom has two single beds, a basin in the room, French doors that lead to the cottage’s patio and an en-suite shower room with a WC. Bedroom three is a small twin room with L-shaped cabin beds and is suitable for children under 12 years old only.
The cottage also has a compact family bathroom with a bath and shower over, a WC, basin and heated towel rail.
Outside, on the patio there’s a BBQ and a picnic bench where you can dine al fresco while admiring beautiful views of the Devon hills and Dartmoor beyond.
Parking is available in the general parking area behind the row of cottages.
You’ll also have access to the estate’s 14 acres of beautiful grounds, plus shared on-site facilities. These include an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a tennis court (that the cottage has direct access to) and children’s play areas.