Behind the owner's farmhouse a mile from Plymtree is this single storey cottage converted from an old dairy.
Comfortable and cosy, it is friendly accommodation for small families or couples.
Head up the five little ramped steps into your open plan living space with snug seating area with TV, dining area and well equipped kitchen for preparing meals.
The two bedrooms are both welcoming spaces to relax after walking the surrounding footpaths or visiting the coast.
As well as a pretty shared courtyard, you have your own enclosed garden with a picnic table and barbecue for alfresco meals whilst soaking up the countryside views, as well as a fun caravan for children to play in, equipped with games and books, and an open sided games barn with table tennis and table football.
Beyond the cottage are a choice of walks to be enjoyed on two legs or four (with dogs kept strictly on leads on grounds of property due to livestock).
This is excellent walking country, criss crossed by footpaths and bridlepaths, and a good village pub to settle down in at the end of the day.
With the M5 within easy reach, there is good access for touring Devon, especially around the old towns of Honiton and Cullompton.
Exeter is a fine cathedral city to explore and the coast around Sidmouth and Lyme Regis is lovely.
The Milk Shed is a charming base for discovering the delights of Devon.
One level. Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, WC, basin. Open plan living space with seating area, dining area and kitchen. Boot/utility room. Outdoor games barn.
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).