On the ‘Two Moors Way’ This Devonshire Long House (reputed to be build late 16th Century) has been lovingly refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation with the owner occupying the cottage next door. A warm welcome awaits but privacy is assured.
This beautiful sympathetically renovated 16th century cottage is tucked cosily away within the Yeo Valley which is famous for its organic farmland, meandering river and stunning countryside. Here you can relax, unwind and enjoy a break where you’re able to do as much or as little as you like. Just a few miles away from busy market towns and surfing beaches, but with miles of peaceful countryside walks available right from the bottom of the garden, this property would make a wonderful holiday home for a small family looking for a peaceful, but fun break along with their faithful hound.
The cottage itself is a Devon Longhouse and would have traditionally housed humans and livestock all together under the same roof. Thankfully, the cattle have long been removed and what remains is a comfortable, warm and welcoming property with oodles of character and period features evident in every room in the house. The highlight in the living area is the unusually shaped wood burner which would offer a warm spot for Fido to lie in front of during cooler evenings, whilst the enclosed garden would provide a wonderful sunny spot to sit when it’s warm. Perched on the edge of Exmoor, you’ll have easy access to some of the best dog walks in Europe.
Whether your four-legged friend likes to be out and about for hours or prefers a quick stroll, you’ll find the perfect route for you both here. Exmoor National Park is also a Dark Sky Reserve which means you’ll be able to enjoy incredible night-time views. The market town of South Molton, with its fantastic selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes is just 9 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.