This comfortable cottage is adjacent to the owner’s own 300 year-old home but with separate access, and set in a quiet location in the village of Bampton, east Exmoor.
This cosy cottage with its woodburner set in a large inglenook fireplace and wooden beamed living area makes it especially warm and welcoming for those winter evenings.
There is also a kitchen with breakfast bar in this open plan living area together with the flexibility of a double sofa bed.
With its spacious bedroom there is plenty of room for a travel cot and use of a laptop to plan your day’s activities.
For those sunny days why not sit back and relax on your private patio and enjoy a glass of something cool or enjoy that early morning coffee whilst overlooking the pretty gardens and enjoying the wildlife?
This lovely cottage is in a secluded location just five minutes’ walk to the amenities of the village and you are welcome to stroll around the lovely cottage-style garden with its vegetable patch, fish ponds and barbecue area.
This attractive cottage is ideally placed for Exmoor and Dartmoor and the scenic countryside of Mid Devon with the Somerset Levels being within easy reach.
A little further afield, you will find Dorset and Cornwall.
With endless walking and rambling on your doorstep and for those wishing to do some retail therapy, a visit to the historic city of Exeter is a must, makes this pleasant cottage an ideal base for couples of all ages, all-year-round.
One super king-size double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request). Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar and sofa bed, and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Dulverton 6 miles; Tiverton 7.5 miles.
Bampton is a wonderfully peaceful Devon village situated in a wooded valley on the banks of the River Batherm, a tributary of the River Exe, close to the Exmoor National Park. Bampton offers lovely Georgian cottages and houses, a good range of shops and is famous for its floral displays, pony fair and folk festival. The towns of Dulverton and Tiverton are close by and offer plenty of amenities, plus there are many country pursuits on offer in this rural area, including fishing on the two reservoirs at Wimbleball and Clatworthy, Exmoor safaris through dramatic windswept moors, walking the Exe Valley Way, horseriding across the moor and cycling along the Lowman Way. Further afield is the beautiful North Devon coastline with stunning walks, small coves, sandy beaches and views across to Wales. Bampton provides an ideal base for exploring North Devon and the Exmoor National Park.