from £47 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £47 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2 Home 149978
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
Whisk your loved one away to this lovely little stylish bolthole on the Hartland Peninsual in North Devon. A cosy barn renovation ideal for a week exploring the coastal path or quick romantic weekend where you can relax in the hot tub or have your stresses melt away with a massage or hot stone treatment. Short breaks available throughout the season - please enquire with Devonshire Cottage Holidays direct.
Part of a small group of holiday cottages on Hartland, The Dairy is set back away from the other cottages and attached to the end of the owners farmhouse. The dreamy bedroom with Kingsize bed and crisp white linen is on the first floor and has super views across the countryside to the coast. There is plenty of room for a cot. Downstairs on the ground floor, the lounge has French doors leading out onto its own south facing patio, where you can enjoy the sun set whilst enjoying an aperatif. The cottage has a newly fitted kitchen with slate floors and space saving trio combination oven, hob and dishwasher and leads through into a shower room with a unique body jet shower.
If you are looking for a holiday to re-invigorate your senses and enjoy the great outdoors this is the perfect destination. Peace and quiet and barely a street light in sight. You are guaranteed to feel refreshed after a stay at The Dairy.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Nearest beach||Sandymouth Bay 11 km|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter 73 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Ground floor: Lounge. Kitchen. Shower room. First floor: Bedroom 1 with 5' bed and additional TV. Other amenities: Dishwasher and barbecue. Bed linen, towels and bathrobes provided. Under floor and electric heating.
Spa facilities on site: Hot tub and sauna (private sessions bookable FOC) Massage and Hot Stone treatment available from £30. Laundry facilities including washing machine & tumble dryer on site.
Short breaks of 3 or 4 nights 70% of weekly rental 5 night short breaks 80 % of weekly rental. Available all year round (August on request)
|Further details outdoors|
The surrounding area has a whole range of activities that caters for most peoples needs. Some of the activities in the surrounding area include Surfing, Golfing, Sailing, Cycling, Fishing, Bird Watching and many more. A short walk will find the beaches and rock-pools of the local bay of Berry or Blackpool where children of all ages will love exploring. A little further afield the beaches of Sandymouth Bay, Welcombe Mouth, Bucks Cross and Widemouth Bay can be found.
The village of Hartland, which is within walking distance through ancient woods, offers a variety of shops including a greengrocers, fish and chips shop, off licence/general store, craft shops, pubs, vets, doctors and post office/newsagent. There is plenty of off road parking
The Devon region
There is so much on offer for anyone looking to take a holiday in Devon. It is truly a beautiful and diverse county with sweeping moorland, wooded valleys to dramatic coastline, long sandy beaches, hidden inlets and traditional seaside towns and villages. Famous for its traditionally mild climate although 2010 saw snowfall in areas that exceed the Alps.
The county is also proud of its locally grown produce where green lush fields and crystal clear seas produce some of the very best food the UK has to offer. ??For those who enjoy home cooking most of this is available through farmers markets and local village shops. For those who would rather leave it to the professionals, you will be tempted by an outstanding variety of fantastic restaurants from fine dining through a traditional Devon cream tea! So my advise is come and experience the lure of this glorious county - the scenery is spectacular and the food mouth-watering, delicious and if you are lucky the sun will shine and you will indeed have found the holiday of your dreams!
The Hartland Peninsula in North Devon is a beautiful combination of sweeping valleys, tumbling waterfalls and dramatic cliffs, the perfect place to escape and unwind. Hartland gives it name to the Peninsula to the West of Bideford Bay – culminating in Hartland Point, as well as the large village of Hartland midway between Bideford and Bude. Hartland Peninsula has been designated an Area of Natural Beauty – explore its open moorland and ancient woodlands; and discover stunning cliff top views, secluded beaches and abundant wildlife.
Visit Hartland Quay – a former important harbour and port on this stretch of coast, now home to the Ship Wreck museum, an excellent pub and some fantastic fishing. The village of Hartland is slightly inland, enjoying a more sheltered position. Within the village you will find village shops stocking general provisions, craft shops, galleries, tea rooms, pubs, a health spa – even its own Brewery! The pretty village of Clovelly is just 5 miles west and famous for its donkeys that were once used to carry goods up the steep hills from the village and now give visitors a helping hand with their bags and shopping.
This area of Devon is famous for its beautiful beaches ideal for surfing, bathing and watersports in general. The Coastline is also rich with secluded coves, Harland particularly has a great selection of smaller beaches and for those seeking a great expanse, Westward Ho! is but a short drive. Peppercombe beach is dog friendly all year round and the lovely walk to the beach leads though a peaceful wooded valley.
Bucks Mill is a rocky secluded cove, popular with fishing but access is limited. The beach is mainly rock and pebbles but is dog friendly all year round. Clovelly also has a small pebbled beach in the centre of the harbour. The beach has no dog restrictions and families have the benefits of all the facilities of the village. Hartland Quay is popular for fishing, mainly shingle and pebbles, dogs are not allowed on the beach from 1st April to the 1st October.
There are some great family attractions in the Harland area. Children will love The Milky Way Adventure Park in Nroth Clovelly with a selection of all weather rides and activities for all chiildren including a rollercoaster and indoor play area.
Food and Drink
Locally produced food and drink is never difficult to find in Devon. There are always farmers markets and farm shops in most towns and villages, where you can enjoy locally produced meat, vegetables, cakes and preserves. In Hartland try Hartland Farm & Tea Shop in the village or Barton Farm Shop in South Stroxworthy near Woolsery.
For eating out there is a great variety close by - The Hart in Hartland is a popular bistro style pub, serves excellent food and has a Michelin Star; The Kings Arms, Hartland offers some real hearty good home cooking and the The Wreckers, Hartland Quay also serves good pub food; Hoops Inn, Horns Cross is a restaurant and pub serving good food; The Bush Inn, Morwenstow and restaurant and pub serving good food; and if all you are looking for is a quick take away The Square Chippy – good fish and chips to take-away.
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