Just a quick note to say how much we enjoyed our stay... It is a lovely cottage, equipped with everything one could possibly need. The welcome hamper and flowers were a very thoughtful touch. We all enjoyed ourselves exploring nearby (and Jamie surfed one day!) and having a relaxing time in a beautiful part of the country.
On the edge of Exmoor, near the popular seaside village of Combe Martin, Ford Hill Cottage is a stunning countryside retreat that sleeps up to 6 guests.
Located in the charming village of Kentisbury, home to a service station (which has a village store and post office) and church, it’s a lovely peaceful countryside setting yet still not far from the coastline and plenty of local attractions.
Within a few miles of the cottage, there is the Pyne Arms at East Down and the Fox and Goose at Parracombe offering good quality meals and local ales whilst the Michael Caine restaurant at Kentisbury Grange is the perfect choice for a special occasion.
Combe Martin has a family friendly beach, a great choice of shops and places to eat and its main attraction, The Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park. There are also many stunning walks suitable for all that enjoy the most spectacular scenery all nearby. The coastal resorts of Croyde, Woolacombe and Ilfracombe are all just a short drive away, as well the unspoilt beauty of Exmoor National Park.
Beautifully refurbished and renovated, Ford Hill Cottage offers guests a delightful mix of style and charm throughout.
On the ground floor, an open plan living area features an elegant lounge area with a wood burning stove, a well-equipped kitchen and separate dining room.
The three bedrooms includes master bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom, twin room, and a further double bedroom. These are serviced by a family bathroom.
Outside there is a private garden, with terrace and large lawned area with stunning countryside views. There is also a games room featuring a sofa, bean bags, a wall-mounted TV, a pool table and football table.
Ford Hill Cottage is a fantastic choice for families and groups of friends looking for a ‘home from home’ experience in a wonderful part of North Devon.
Please note: Ford Hill Cottage is arranged over a number of levels and has a steep staircase that is not ideal for those with limited mobility or younger children.
Lounge: Large sofa, armchairs, wood-burner, flat-screen TV, BluRay player, iPod docking station
Kitchen: Rangemaster cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, coffee machine
Dining room: Large oak table with enough seating for 6 guests
Bedroom 1: Master bedroom with double bed and en-suite shower room
Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with two full size beds.
Bedroom 3: Double bedroom with double bed.
Family bathroom: Bath with shower attachment, wash basin and WC
Refurbished garage: Sofa, bean bags, pool table, table football, TV and DVD/BluRay player.
Gas central heating, wood-burner, Rangemaster cooker, microwave, dishwasher, separate fridge, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, washing machine, WiFi, BluRay player, iPod docking station, bed linen supplied, towels provided (beach towels not supplied), travel cot available (please bring own cot bedding), high chair available, short breaks available, BBQ, no smoking, pet free cottage, 4 miles from the coast, 2 miles from the nearest pub, weekly changeover day is friday, large garden, games room (with pool table, table football and TV), off road car parking, supermarket delivery. Please also note: this cottage has a steep staircase so is not considered suitable for toddlers or those with mobility limitations.
Kentisbury is a pretty North Devon village situated on the edge of Exmoor National Park. The village itself has a village store with all your day-to-day essentials, service station and award-winning Old Coach House restaurant at Kentisbury Grange. Not far from Kentisbury is the popular coastal resort of Combe Martin, home to a fantastic family friendly beach and a great array of independent shops, pubs, restaurants and its local attraction, The Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park. Further along the coast is the larger town of Ilfracombe, where you’ll find your usual seafront attractions, plus Damien Hirst’s ‘Verity’ sculpture, the historic ‘Tunnels Beaches’ and plenty of good quality restaurants. Exmoor is only a short drive away, where guests can enjoy explore its unspoilt beauty by foot or by horseback.
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