Barnstaple 3 miles.
This well-presented ground floor holiday home is attached to the owners' large bungalow in Goodleigh, a small quiet North Devon village on the edge of Exmoor National Park.
In a rural setting with a stream running through the owners’ garden and a five minute walk to the friendly village pub, this is an ideal retreat for a couple.
All on the ground floor, this cottage is particularly spacious with a living area with two comfy leather sofas and Sky TV, a super king-size en-suite bedroom and a warm, sunny conservatory overlooking the enclosed side garden, which is for the exclusive use of guests.
The garden has a lawn, patio, furniture and extensive views across the gardens to the countryside beyond.
The local village pub is very popular and offers home-cooked food and local ales.
Barnstaple is just three miles away and has plenty of independent boutique shops, proud local food producers selling their delicious delicacies in the Pannier Market and, of course, the town’s colourful history.
It’s this mix of new and old, of modern and traditional that’s behind Barnstaple’s charm.
Exmoor provides a great escape for walkers and wildlife lovers, whilst the spectacular North Devon beaches are all a short drive from your holiday cottage and provide endless sea, sand and surf for all members of the family.
A welcoming cottage near the moorland and coast, perfect for couples and lovers of a quiet life in the country.
All ground floor. One super king-size double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with with dining area and electric fire. Conservatory with comfy seating.
About the location
Exeter 40 miles.
Barnstaple enjoys a superb location at the mouth of the Taw Estuary, on the spectacular North Devon coastline between Westward Ho! and Croyde and is a short drive from the Exmoor National Park. Barnstaple is a busy traditional Devon coastal town with a pannier market, shops, restaurants and bars, along with two fabulous sandy beaches, which are popular with surfers and families. The town is renowned for its floral displays having won a Britain in Bloom award and flowers are found around every corner of the town in the most unusual places. Barnstaple lies at the end of the magnificent Tarka line railway journey, which takes you through the spectacular North Devon countryside of wooded river valleys, rugged moorland and a stretch of coastline, plus close by is the picture postcard coastal village of Clovelly. A combination of numerous long sandy beaches and family attractions makes Barnstaple a desirable holiday destination.