This charming thatched terraced cottage is in the heart of the quiet Devon village of Winkleigh, situated between Dartmoor National Park and the dramatic North Devon Coast.
Dating back to the 18th century and being Grade II listed means that this cosy cottage is packed full of character, including exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace housing a woodburning stove.
A rural bolt hole, the cottage is beautifully presented and provides an ideal holiday home for five people with a separate sitting room, dining room and kitchen with underfloor heating on the ground floor, plus there is a double, twin and single bedroom, as well as a bathroom with underfloor heating on the first floor.
There is a small courtyard to the rear and there are fabulous country walks in the beautiful surrounding countryside, and with the dramatic appeal of Dartmoor just 10 miles away, the whole area is a walker’s and nature lover’s paradise.
Winkleigh is a friendly rural village offering two pubs, a cafe, shop and Post Office, as well as its own cider company!
The gorgeous sandy beaches of north west Devon including Westward Ho!, Saunton Sands and Woolacombe are all just 40 minutes' by car.
With many country inns, Devon farm shops and interesting villages in the area, a stay at this cottage will provide plenty of variety for the whole family.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburner. External utility/bike store.
About the location
Okehampton 10 miles; Torrington 13 miles; Exeter 23 miles; Barnstaple 20 miles.
Winkleigh is a small rural village in the heart of Devon's rolling countryside and offers a shop, post office, butcher and a cafe, plus two pubs, one which offers food and the chance to sample traditional ciders and scrumpy from the Winkleigh Cider Company. A van which serves delicious fish and chips also comes to the village twice a week. Winding lanes, high hedgerows and a more gentle pace of life characterise the area. The open tors of Dartmoor are a big attraction for nature lovers and walkers, while the hills of Exmoor and the surfing beaches can all be reached in 40 minutes by car. Historic Torrington, home to RHS Rosemoor and an arts centre is just 13 miles away, whilst the Cathedral City of Exeter with its Roman city walls, shopping centre, theatre and restaurants makes a great day out.