This pretty garden cottage is the perfect get-away-from-it-all bolt-hole situated in the heart of North Devon with stunning rolling countryside all around. The Garden Cottage sleeps 2 people in one bright and spacious double bedroom with views over the beautiful garden. The lounge is tastefully decorated in soft pastel shades and has a large comfy sofa which faces the pretty garden which can be accessed via patio doors. The dining area is to the rear of the main room and provides a pine table and chairs for a romantic meal or bright breakfasts overlooking the Devon countryside. The bathroom is off the lounge and has a power shower and sink plus wc. To the rear of the cottage is a well equipped kitchen with fridge-freezer, cooker, microwave and everything you need for entertaining for two.
The cottage is nearby to the historical town of Great Torrington where you can visit the site of a major battle between the Round-Heads and Cavaliers. The stunning gardens at RHS Rosemoor are also within easy reach.
The north Devon beaches are only 30 minutes away and so is the wild expanse of Exmoor.
Living /Dining area: Double sofa, with flat screen TV, small dining table with seating for two
Bathroom: Large shower cubicle, wash basin and WC
Kitchen: Electric oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, toasted sandwich maker
Bedroom 1: Double bedroom with king-size bed and walk-in wardrobe.
Gas central heating, electric oven with hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, sandwich toaster,bed linen supplied, towels provided (beach towels not supplied), short breaks available, BBQ, no smoking, pet free cottage, 10 miles from the coast, 2 miles from the nearest pub, weekly changeover day is Friday, large garden, supermarket delivery.
The Garden Cottage is located in the hamlet of Kingscott, part of the parish of St Giles in the Wood, not far from the historic town of Torrington. This bustling Devon town in the beautiful North Devon countryside is steeped in Civil War history, of which its local community is still very proud of today. There are also events and re-enactments marking the Civil War battle in Torrington in 1646. Often referred to as ‘Cavalier town’, today Torrington has a great selection of independent shops, pubs, cafes, a pannier market and is also home to Dartington Crystal and RHS gardens of Rosemoor. It’s central location also provides easy access across the border to Cornwall, and to the North Devon coast. The nearest beach is a 30 minute drive away at Westward Ho!, and the pretty coastal villages of Instow and Appledore are not far too.
The garden cottage is always immaculate and the welcome from the hosts is always very warm and helpful.We always look forward to returning to this home from home. In fact we have lost count of the number of times we have stayed at the Garden Cottage which is within easy reach of numerous attractions,in particular RHS Rosemoor Gardens. C Crosley, Mar 2018