Located just a short drive from Lynton and Lynmouth, this quaint and quirky cottage provides cosy and comfortable accommodation in the village of Barbrook, North Devon.
A lovely semi-detached cottage for a family or couples holiday.
Step into this Grade II listed cottage and you will feel the cosy atmosphere in the sitting and dining area with the welcoming woodburner to warm your toes on those winter breaks.
The kitchen is well equipped and stairs lead up to the two lovely bedrooms and the bathroom.
The terraced garden is wild and wonderful with garden seating and there is also a handy covered area for storing bikes and surf boards.
Barbrook is a small village within easy driving distance to the two coastal villages of Lynton and Lynmouth.
Lynton is an attractive village and is linked by a water-powered funicular down to Lynmouth.
Both villages have an abundance of quirky shops, art galleries and eateries.
A trip to the Valley of the Rocks offers some dramatic scenery and walkers with love the stroll along the river to Watersmeet, where you can rest at the café and go for a paddle.
For stretches of soft golden sands, Woolacombe is nearby and just perfect for a day building sandcastles, surfing or just relaxing and catching some sun.
The Victorian town of Ilfracombe has a pretty harbour area where you can hop on a ferry to the wildlife haven of Lundy Island or take a trip to the historic market town of Barnstaple for the Pannier Market which sells some wonderful local produce.
A lovely choice of cottage for your holiday or for a much deserved short break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath,power shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room and dining area with woodburner.
About the location
Minehead 17 miles; Ilfracombe 19 miles.
Set directly on the coast at the foot of the Exmoor hills, this charming village draws visitors from near and far. Quaint Lynmouth sits between the river, shore and hills and offers small restaurants, tea rooms and inns. There are plenty of things to see and do, including a unique water-powered cliff railway with outstanding views, which links Lynmouth with neighbouring Lynton, the pretty harbour town where the fisherman’s cottages creep down towards the quay, and the distinctive Rhenish Tower sits proudly on the harbour wall. The National Trust own nearby Arlington Court and Watersmeet, a stunning riverside walk, and within the National Park boundary, the hills of Exmoor drop down to the sea where they shadow the Exmoor Heritage Coast. Romantic Porlock, home of Lorna Doone, is just 16 miles to the east, the coastal resorts of Minehead and Ilfracombe are both within 20 miles, with the hills of Exmoor dotted all around, and there are good shopping opportunities in Barnstaple, 20 miles away.
Note; One well behaved medium sized dog welcome at a charge of £25.00