This charming, cosy cottage rests peacefully amidst the stunning Blackdown Hills AONB, in the charming village of Stockland, just three miles from the village of Dalwood in East Devon.
Enjoying a peaceful location amongst serene gardens, and with a choice of comfortable living areas, treat yourself and your loved one to that much-needed relaxing getaway.
The interior is dotted with delightful floral features to bring a real homely feel; kick back and relax in a number of welcoming spots, including a warming sitting room dominated by an attractive stone fireplace with a woodburner, a smaller reading room for some quieter downtime and a light-filled conservatory looking out over the gardens.
Tasty home-cooked meals can be prepared in the charming kitchen and enjoyed in the splendid dining room, when you're not out taking advantage of the fine eateries in the towns and villages in the surrounding area.
The three-quarters-of-an-acre garden surrounding the property is bursting with vibrant plants and flowers, which make for a wonderful stroll in the summer or simply admire it from the comfort of your private patio with a glass of wine in hand.
For a famous Devonshire Cream Tea you need travel no further than the top of the hill to Royal Oak Farm, which also has local produce and pick your own fruit.
Within the village of Stockland there are a variety of walks and a church which has regular services should you wish to attend.
Nearby is the small and friendly village of Dalwood, it benefits from a rustic pub serving food as well as an award-winning general store.
Tremendous walking and cycling can be enjoyed throughout the Blackdown Hills, while on the fringes there are two fabulous market towns, namely Honiton and Axminster, which both host lovely buildings and a superb choice of amenities to make the most of, they also both offer an interesting local museum.
If a trip to the seaside takes your fancy, there are a number of marvellous places dotted along the Devon coast; Sidmouth, Beer, Lyme Regis and Seaton are among the most popular.
All have good access to the South West Coast Path.
A stay at the cosy Lane End Cottage is promised to clear your head from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the tranquility of the countryside while watching the huge variety of birds who visit the bird table.
You may also be lucky enough to hear owls and see some bats or even some deer.