This modern cottage conversion rests near the village of Farringdon, excellently positioned within the owner’s grounds, and tastefully furnished with uninterrupted views across the tranquil countryside.
All on one level, this stay is a great choice for couples, friends, or a small family, or those wishing to uncover the best of walking and outdoor fun, in a picturesque part of Devon.
Upham View features a beautiful open-plan living area with bi-fold doors to fill the room with natural light, which you can open up for some fresh air, any time of day.
The modern flooring continues round to a collection of bedrooms, including a double and a twin, each benefiting from a TV, and en-suite walk-in shower room.
The twin room also comprises of a link option should you wish to alter the set-up accordingly.
Just five miles from the River Exe and towns of Topsham and Lympstone, the location is only a short distance from the cathedral city of Exeter.
A mile along the road is Upham farm which boasts fishing lakes and West Point, guests can stroll along to Greendale Farm Shop for all their local produce where there is a cafe and also a fantastic fish and chip takeaway.
The White Horse Inn can be reached on foot within 5/10 mins and for younger children, Crealy is less than 2 miles.
The beaches of the coast are on the doorstep with Sidmouth all of a short drive away, you could also head to the Jurassic Coast for a spot of fossil hunting.
Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks are both within a short driving distance and offer miles of natural beauty, rugged grandeur, high moorlands and sheltered valleys.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x 4'6 double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC.
1 x twin (link to 6' double) with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC.
Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area.
About the location
Exeter 11 miles
A popular, picturesque Devon village, six miles from the seaside resort of Budleigh Salterton. The village is surrounded by Woodbury Common, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that offers many miles of pathways for walkers and cyclists. The centre of the village is dominated by the wonderful 13th century church together with the village green, village shops and two friendly local pubs, both offering good food and local beers. The village also has a few curiosity and antique shops and a studio displaying fantastic paintings and pottery. Situated in the heart of rural East Devon, Woodbury is a short drive from the acclaimed Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. There are numerous tourist attractions close by including A La Ronde, a quirky 18th century house with fascinating interior decoration and collections. Spanning nearly 300 years of horticultural history, Bicton Gardens are set in East Devon's picturesque Otter Valley, which also houses Otterton Mill, a historic working watermill where visitors can enjoy local food in the restaurant. Famous for its winter flocks of avocet, the Exe Estuary nature reserve combines two areas of coastal grazing marsh on opposite sides of the river, home to numerous wading birds.