This modern, two-storey cottage is attached to the owners’ home on the outskirts of Bradninch, a village in the Culme Valley, Devon.
A central base, perfect for exploring Devon’s villages and rural life, this well-presented cottage has an open plan living area on the lower ground floor, opening to a private secluded garden, with wooden floors and a contemporary feel.
On the upper ground floor, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom leading off the long hallway, which is filled with light from large windows.
The village of Bradninch has a shop, a pub and a renowned, vibrant musical community.
There are splendid walks along the River Culm and in the surrounding hills, and just north of Bradninch is Diggerland, where visitors can drive real JCBs, quad bikes and dumpers.
The National Trust’s Killerton, a grand 18th century mansion has spectacular gardens and an arboretum of rare trees.
Half an hour’s drive from the cottage will take you to the beautiful cathedral city of Exeter, which has a mix of culture, historic buildings, quality restaurants and shops.
This cottage in Bradninch is a great base for exploring rural Devon.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x double. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Lower ground floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Hele 1.2 miles; Tiverton 8.5 miles; Exeter 11 miles; Sidmouth 26 miles.
Situated in the beautiful Culm Valley, surrounded by rolling Devon hills, Bradninch is a small thriving community, well known for its exciting music and arts events. Bradninch is home to a village shop and a traditional local pub, Ye Olde White Lion, where a warm welcome awaits and a lively atmosphere, real ales, home-cooked food and music nights are a certainty. Footpaths, fields and abundant natural wildlife characterise the surrounding landscape, several of the National Trust’s stately homes and gardens are within easy reach and Bradninch is only a short drive from the dramatic 20-mile stretch of the Jurassic Coast, England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Resorts such as Seaton, Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth are found along this stretch of coastline, and all have plenty to occupy their visitors. An easy drive from Bradninch is the cathedral city of Exeter, with plenty of large shops, a wealth of museums, a theatre and many fabulous restaurants. Bradninch is also close to the rugged and unspoilt Exmoor National Park, as well as the tranquil and beautiful Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.