A cosy ground floor, semi-detached cottage, attached to the owner’s bungalow, within a large beautiful garden in the small village of Plymtree, in the heart of Devon.
This Plymtree cottage, although attached to the owner’s bungalow, is completely private and set within an idyllic, rural location.
Boasting glorious far-reaching views of the surrounding fields, the cottage provides a peaceful country retreat, perfect for couples looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
This spacious Devon cottage is set completely over the ground floor and hosts a delightful bedroom, a wonderful kitchen and a large living room with dining area, leading to a patio area, by a pond.
This tranquil spot is perfect for soaking up the sunshine, relaxing and enjoying the spectacular views and sound of birdsong.
In the quaint village of Plymtree you can find a pub within a short walk for a quiet drink after a day exploring Devon, with plenty more good pubs serving great locally-produced food within two miles.
There is also a community shop and the historic church, dating back to the 14th century.
Honiton is an easy drive away, renowned for a host of interesting antique galleries; perfect for a day of browsing and bargain hunting.
There are many wonderful walks around Honiton, the Blackdown Hills, Exmoor and the east Devon coast is just half an hour's drive from the cottage, providing fabulous places to spend the day at Sidmouth and Branscombe beaches.
This rural Plymtree cottage is easily accessible to a range of activities and perfect for exploring all that Devon has to offer.
About the location
Honiton 8 miles; Tiverton 11 miles; Sidmouth 13 miles.
Plymtree is a delightful village in East Devon with plenty to offer it’s visitors. Lying in the valley of the River Culm the village is surrounded by rolling Devon hills, green wooded valleys and scattered farming villages. Plymtree is home to a local pub, The Blacksmith Arms, along with additional village pubs within two miles serving good food. Also of interest is the community shop, run by volunteers and the historic parish church of St John the Baptist. The church itself dates back to the 14th century and of great interest is the 15th century addition, the painted rood screen. In the churchyard gaze at the ancient Yew Tree, thought to be over 1100 years old and the inspiration for the village’s name. Plymtree is only a short drive from the dramatic 20 mile stretch of 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 Plymtree is the cathedral city of Exeter with plenty of large shops, a wealth of museums, a theatre and many fabulous restaurants. Plymtree is also close to the rugged and unspoilt expanse of Exmoor National Park as well as the tranquil and beautiful Blackdown Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).