1 Lakeview Rise
from £41 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £41 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Luxury self-catering cottage close to Dartmoor as well as the famous beaches of Bude and the surrounding coast line. A peaceful countryside location with enclosed garden and private decking area. Furnished to a high standard with fully equipped kitchen, heating, freeview TV, DVD. Shared heated Indoor pool, private coarse fishing lake, BBQ and children's play area, laundry and public phone.
Family holidays or weekend retreats. Beautiful scenery, tranquil surroundings, close to North coast beaches and coves, access to Tarka trail and other walks. Close to Granite way cycle routes, country walks, horse-riding, archery, good food pubs. Something for everyone.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Sauna, DVD player|
|Pool||Shared indoor pool|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Private fishing lake or river|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The property has one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. Electric shower (no bath), fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, oven, toaster, kettle etc. Lounge dining area with extendible table, LCD TV with freeview & DVD, Patio doors opening onto private decked area with table & chairs. Enclosed garden with additional seating.
Mobile phone reception good.
|Further details outdoors|
A small site shared by 14 properties, the well kept grounds include, indoor heated pool, changing rooms, toilets & showers. The well-stocked private fishing lake requires a fishing licence (available from the local Post Office/store which is a few minutes down the road). The site also has a BBQ and children's play area. Laundry room on site as well as public phone.
Local pub a short walk down the road with good food and a local welcome.
Sorry, no pets, and no smoking in cottage.
Please bring own towels.
Prices inclusive of heating, electricity & water (subject to reasonable usage for the season)
Cleaning included provided cottage left in reasonable state.
Pool open all year.
Fishing all year - adults & children over 12 require a fishing licence - available from local P.O.
The Devon region
A combination of beautiful coastlines and the wild and rugged moors.
Whether shopping in the picturesque market towns, or out enjoying the various outdoor activities in the area, you will have the break you are looking for.
Local activities include walking, surfing, cycling, fishing, archery, horse-riding and golf.
And at the end of the day enjoy the hospitality at any number of local restaurants and bars.
Hatherleigh is a quiet rural area. If you want a quiet break you can easily avoid the crowds and enjoy your own company. If you want to venture out and about, you are close to many quaint Devon villages with local markets and shops.
Some details to get you started are in the guide at the cottage. If you are more athletic there are walks, cycle tracks, and many other activities available in and around the area. You can chose to do as much or as little as you want.
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6 Jun 2013
This is a great place to stay with young children, the pool and play area were fully utilised by us, and there is loads to do in the local area. Tintagel is about 45 minutes away and well worth a visit, the children also enjoyed the Gnome Reserve at Bradworthy- be prepared to wear a gnome hat though! The accommodation was very clean and had everything we needed.
14 Apr 2013
"Really enjoyed - ideal for couple with young son"
We had a great time staying here - my husband and 10 year old son. Would really recommend. The setting was quiet, local pubs very good, friendly people and having use of the pool was what sold it to us and we weren't disappointed. One small thing was the lack of wi-fi. Many thanks
10 Sep 2012
"A lovely quiet break in the countryside - with beaches nearby"
As returning visitors, we were still impressed with the pool. The children are getting bigger all the time and, on occasions, the space inside the accommodation does become a little cramped but it's no more and no less than we would expect of any holiday accommodation. It's equipped with all you need for a good summer holiday, but we took a small barbecue so that we could cook outside when the weather permitted (which wasn't very often this year!). This is a lovely quiet location - well away from the hubbub of "normal" life but close enough to beaches and other attractions if you want them. We took our bikes and did the Tarka Trail from Great Torrington down to Bideford and back, as well as a local ride through the woods to Hallwill Junction. The riding at Roadford Reservoir is very limited and will only really satisfy inexperienced bikers. The local pub is rather quiet, but does accommodate children. There are other pubs in Hatherleigh that are much busier, especially on market days, and there's a pizza restaurant that has potential to be great: the market (Tuesdays) is well worth a visit for the livestock auctions. Hatherleigh also has a bit of a heritage trail that's quite interesting and the town is more interesting than Holsworthy, in my view. The organic butcher on the road leading to Hatherleigh is well worth visiting for some good meat cuts, but there's a Co-Op in Hatherleigh for all you really can't do without (beer, wine, crisps, etc.). The beaches at Bude are still great for surf, bodyboarding, kite flying, sandcastles (Widemouth Black Rock £4.50 all day, Sandymouth Bay is free for National Trust members). Walk from Boscastle to Tintagel if you can - it's stunning - and then visit the Hotel Camelot to see the view in the late afternoon - also stunning. A bus can take you back to Boscastle.
2 Oct 2011
"A great place to take your small children"
The cottage is tucked away in the corner of the site, way out in the countryside and well away from everything. The cottage is small, but well planned and equipped with a small private garden/play area. The best thing about the site, though, is the indoor heated pool - it was just perfect for those British summer days when it's supposed to be hot and sunny and you're supposed to sit on the beach all day, but it is neither hot nor sunny and beaches are far from top of the list of 'things to do today'. The children (ours were 5 and 7) loved it and we used it most days in the pretty poor summer of 2011. It is clean and inviting, and not too busy - even at the height of summer. It is, though, at the bottom of the hill from 1 Lakeview Rise so be prepared for a long haul back with tired children. Take your own teapot and a radio/sound system that connects to mp3 player if you like music, although there is a tv and dvd player. It's close to the NCN route along the former Bude railway line that gives reasonably good access to the local shop and pub (about 10 mins walk), but we found the pub in Black Torrington more amenable to small children. There's loads of good walking and cycling country around and we only scratched the surface of it. Allow around 30-40 minutes to drive to the beach. We found Widemouth Bay (parking £4.50 all day) and Sandymouth Bay (free parking for NT members) very good for small children and they both have a small cafe and toilets. Market day in Holsworthy is a nice morning out and there's plenty of places to get decent food, but we liked The White Hart. We enjoyed it so much that we're already planning to come again next year.
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