A mile from Ottery St Mary is this very special big manor house dating from Tudor and Elizabethan times.
Full of history and character, it is a magical place for family gatherings or sociable house parties for friends.
The lime avenue leads to your grand Georgian porch into the entrance hall.
Off this is a quiet little study and the magnificent dining room with wood burning stove in a huge fireplace and a long table.
There are three interconnecting rooms in which to relax, all with designer curtains, leaded windows and lovely furniture.
The living hall and the library both seat eight around the wood burning stove, whilst the drawing room with its grand piano has comfy seats for six people.
The kitchen, where there is space to cook for everyone, has a friendly farmhouse style Aga and table and chairs, plus a proper old fashioned scullery and pantry in Downton Abbey style.
You will find one twin bedroom downstairs, whilst upstairs there are seven spacious bedrooms on the first floor, most looking over the splendid gardens, and a further five smaller bedrooms in the two attics, once for servants but now comfy and smart.
On the first floor you can marvel at two amazing ancient rooms: the Long Gallery which houses a display of historical items worthy of a museum, and the remarkable Roof Chamber which boasts the roof of the original Great Hall and oak furniture, and weddings can be conducted here too.
You can enjoy alfresco meals in the wonderful Court of the Sovereigns sheltered within the walls of the house, and around the manor are three acres of lovely gardens to wander and play in, with trees, fountains, paths, flower borders, lawns and a big pond.
There is plenty at Cadhay to keep you occupied, but when you're ready to explore further afield, you can browse the shops, pubs and restaurants of the town or get active at the sports centre or tennis courts, or head to the other old town of Honiton which also has plenty of attractions.
There are walks to enjoy all around with lovely countryside and woods beside the River Otter, as well as the Coast Path and sea at Sidmouth.
Exeter's city attractions are worth visiting, with a lovely cathedral and green.
Cadhay is a unique place for an outstanding and memorable break in Devon.
Over three levels. 1 x ground floor twin bedroom (can convert to super king size double) with en suite shower room with shower, WC, basin. Seven first floor bedrooms: 1 x king size half tester double with en suite bathroom with bath, hand shower, WC and basin, 1 x single (with door to previous double), 1 x single and bathroom, with free standing bath, wash basin and door to separate WC, 2 x king size four poster double, 1 x double, 1 x king size four poster double with en suite bathroom with roll top bath, hand shower, WC and basin. Two bathrooms with bath, WC and basin (one with a separate shower). Five second floor bedrooms in two attics: First attic: 1 x twin (can convert to super king size double), 1 x twin with en-suite bathroom, with bath with shower attachment, basin, WC. Bathroom with bath, hand shower, separate shower, WC, basin. Anteroom with table tennis. Second attic: 1 x super king double with sitting room and en suite bathroom with bath, shower over, hand shower, WC and basin, 1 x twin with bathroom with roll top bath, hand shower, WC and basin, 1 x double with shower room with shower, WC and basin. Ground floor hall. Study. Dining hall with wood burning stove. Living hall with wood burning stove. Drawing room. Flower room. Kitchen with breakfast table for eight. Pantry. Scullery. Utility room. First floor Long Gallery. Roof Chamber.