The house was fully refubished in 2017 with Luxury fully tiled en-suite bathrooms, new bedroom designs and an extended parking area.
"We both enjoy the relaxing regency style of SIdmouth, the sheltered beach, the quality restuarants and Shops a bustling town with a relaxing ambiance, you will enjoy ambling and relaxing atmosphere.
The house is south facing with views of the rolling hills an easy walk into town along the famous Byes a riverside walk along the river sid and catch the bus back. other walks are along the Otter valley a circular walk with a lovely lunch spot at Otterton Mill with its home made bread and devon cream teas. The Clock house tearooms is another great place to visit overlooking the jurrassic coast and beach in conaught gardens.
Close by is The donkey sancuary a very popular place to visit with free entry they hosts regular events, you can meet some lovely donkeys and enjoy a great lunch in their new restaurant overlook the sea. Just along from here is the village of Beer with a range of art galeries and boutique shops, the cafes on the beach serve crab salads and local fish, you can hire self drive motorboat to explore the coast upto seaton. Forde Abbey, Bicton Gardens and Cadhay's are private houses with lovely gardens open to the public plus Pecorama have some lovely gardens and a narrow guage train ride.
As National Trust members you can enjoy the many houses close by, Kilerton House, A la Rhonde, Knightshayes and Castle drogo to name a few, in all this is a geat place to spend a few days break or a longer holiday in Devon.
Our country house is relaxed and friendly with warm and comfortable guest rooms.
We have three guest rooms individually designed Rosey and Lily have double beds and modern en-suite bathrooms with multi-head showers, Daisy is our single guest bedroom with en-suite bath and shower attachment.
Not all our availabity is bookable on-line at certain times of the year - so please call us directly if we are showing no availability.
Discounts are available for 3 nights or more.
Caron and Mark Stephens