This converted barn is located on a 500 acre working farm. One of three barns on the complex, it is an ideal base for a memorable holiday in North Devon.
Situated on a 500-acre working farm near Hartland, you and your closest pack are invited to spend the holiday of a lifetime here. With room for up to two people and one four-legged friend, you can enjoy solo breaks and romantic retreats to a tune of relaxation and exploration. Peel off into the surrounding countryside with your faithful hound in the lead and discover the best secret (and not-so secret) attractions in the area before returning home to relax in this surprisingly spacious bolthole.
One of three beautiful properties, this converted barn is full to the brim with quirky charm. Proudly showing off original stonework and exposed beams, the open-plan lounge/diner is bedecked with comfortable sofas and warmed by a small-but-mighty woodburner in winter. Connected to the main living area through an archway, the well-provisioned kitchen will call to budding chefs and keen-nosed pups. Rustle up some tasty treats and gather around the dining table and chairs, or for a spot of al fresco dining, choose the outside table. When night casts its cloak over the pretty pastoral scenes outside, make your way to bed. A galleried double bedroom overlooking the lounge/diner, the bedroom nestles within the eaves and has a Velux window – particularly cosy when the pitter patter of rain drums its gentle lullaby.
As well as the patio, youngsters can make use of the shared, fenced children’s play area while four-legged friends will be happy to run around on the large shared lawn. To really stretch your legs, pick up the challenging Hartland Quay to Hartland Point walk, which leads you above a notorious stretch of coastline infamous for the number of shipwrecks below. To stock up on supplies for your self-catering cottage, head to nearby Hartland village (3 miles) and drop in the dog-friendly pub.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.