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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Higher Clovelly a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Higher Clovelly a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Higher Clovelly

Allotjaments a Higher Clovelly
Blow away the cobwebs with a coastal walk, then relax in the indoor hot tub and snuggle up for a film night in front of the wood-burning stove. This stone, single-storey cottage looks onto the former farmyard; there are views over fields and the tower of St Nectan's church to the sea from the picnic/play area.
The Linhay Cottage is a stone built, single-storey cottage with a double and a twin-bedded room. It has a well-equipped open plan kitchen/dining/living area with wood-burning stove. The front door opens onto the former farmyard. Guests have access to the indoor hot tub & sauna, and to the play area with views over fields and the tower of St Nectan's church to the sea
The property sits in a cluster of self-catering cottages around the former farmyard close to Hartland Abbey and a wonderfully wild stretch of the South West Coast Path. Cheristow is a short drive from the small shops in Hartland.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa rural


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4


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2

Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

The Stables. Unwind and relax in this calming and unique location with its far-reaching views across rolling fields to the sea. Part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's the perfect retreat from which to explore North Devon and Cornwall.
The Stables is, as the name suggests, converted from the old stables of a now non-working Grade II-listed Victorian model farm. Arriving at Highford Farm you'll drive between two stone lions on columns inscribed with "Oh how peaceful art thou, O! Highford". Words as true today as they were nearly 150 years ago. Unwind and enjoy relaxing in this calming and unique location with its far-reaching views across rolling fields to the sea. Within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's the perfect position to explore the delights of Hartland Peninsula, the beauty of historical villages Clovelly and Bucks Mill, the surfing beaches and coast walks of North Devon or to head into Cornwall with it's numerous attractions. The Stables is part of a collection of holiday homes that all share Highford Farm and is the perfect getaway whatever the time of year. Inside the Stables you'll find many of the original features such as the stable door and pillars still intact. There's a large and comfortable open-plan living room with a cosy seating area in front of an HD TV and Blu-ray DVD player. You'll find plenty of books and games to enjoy during your stay. There's also free wifi. The kitchen has beautiful wooden work surfaces and a large range cooker, perfect for cooking for the whole family. Both bedrooms are doubles and stylishly-decorated, with fresh linen and towels provided. There's also a double sofa bed in the living area, allowing up to 6 people to stay. Enjoy relaxing in the lovely roll-top bath or head out to the private garden to take in the sea views.
Local Attractions Hartland Abbey. EX39 6DT. Built for the Augustinian monks in the 12th Century, it was the last Abbey in England to be dissolved by Henry VIII and was given to the Keeper of his Wine Cellar at Hampton Court, Mr. Abbott. From the Abbott family it has descended to the present owners. It now houses collections of paintings, fine furniture, porcelain, family memorabilia, early photographs, documents and seals. The interior architecture and decoration comes from the Mediaeval, Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods including work by Sir George Gilbert Scott, architect of St Pancras Station and The Albert Memorial. The 50 acres of grounds include a Bog Garden, Victorian fernery, three 18th Century Walled Gardens, glasshouses and woodland shrubberies. There is also a private path leading to the beach at Hartland Quay and a tea room. Hartland Abbey is suitable for all ages and open May-October. Hartland Quay. E39 6DU. This beautiful bay offers an ancient quay, spectacular geology, wonderful sunsets, a sandy beach, the Shipwreck & Smuggling Museum and the Wreckers Retreat Bar. Open all year, it is situated right on the edge of the Atlantic, accessed by an exhilarating drive down a windy cliff-edge road. On calm days the beach is perfect for sunbathing, paddling, sea bathing, digging in the soft sand, rockpooling, crabbing and picnicing. On wild days there is nowhere better to view the awesome power of the sea as the waves crash against the rocks and cliffs. The Wreckers Retreat Bar offers very good lunchtime and evening food (including fish straight from the sea), seating inside and out (snug on wild Hartland days and glorious views on sunny and calm ones), and real ales including some local ones. Children are welcome. Docton Mill Gardens & Tea Rooms. EX39 6EA. Set in nine acres of beautiful gardens surrounding the original working mill and mill pond, the sheltered wooded valley offers a microclimate enabling tender species to flourish. Things to see include a river walk, bog garden, wildlife pond, vegetable garden and award-winning tea room. Located 1Km from the coast and Spekes Mill Mouth where North Devon’s tallest waterfall tumbles into the sea, Docton Mill is easily reached by road or by foot form the SW Coast path. The gardens and tea room are open every day from March to October. Clovelly Village. EX39 5TA. Clovelly is an enchanting fishing village, unchanged in a 100 years. Car-free, the village has one steep cobbled street that leads down to the harbour. The street is lined with small cottages and a handful of shops selling local produce. There are two pubs, one half way down the street, the New Inn, and one right on the quay-side, the Red Lion. Both do good food. If the walk back up the street is too much, there is a Land Rover service that will take you back to the top. Donkeys were once used to transport goods up and down the village and the Clovelly donkeys still live in the village, at the Stables near the Visitor’s Centre. Seasonal donkey rides for children can be arranged. Walks from the village along the coast can be taken in either direction, with maps available from the Visitor’s Centre. The village is open all year round apart from Christmas. Clovelly Court Gardens. EX39 5SY. When visiting Clovelly Village, your entrance fee also includes entry to Clovelly Court Gardens. The walled gardens and greenhouses give crops of peaches, apricots, grapes, oranges, lemons, peppers, tomatoes, melons, figs, apples and pears. There are also substantial herb gardens and a good selection of the garden’s produce is usually available for sale. The gardens are open all year round. Walking the South-West Coast Path. The South West Coast Path encircles the whole of Hartland Peninsula offering beautiful and dramatic coastal walking. The complete 630 mile route goes from Minehead in Somerset to Poole in Dorset, and although the Hartland Quay to Bude section is generally regarded as the toughest part of the whole walk, it richly rewards those prepared to make the effort with unparalleled scenery. However, there are also much gentler, level sections of the path on the Peninsula and connecting footpaths and circular walks offer easy access on and off the route. There are several walking guide books on the shelves in The Stables. Visit Lundy Island. Just three and a half miles long and half a mile wide, Lundy Island sits 12 miles off the coast. The island and surrounding waters are a haven for a huge collection of wild flora and fauna. Dolphins, seals, basking sharks and puffins can all be seen at Lundy, with many varieties of rare birds also to be spotted. The whole island is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the seas around Lundy are England's only Marine Nature Reserve owing to the rich array of sea life and coral beds. You can visit a cave once used to hold prisoners, see the remains of an ancient burial chamber, climb to the highest lighthouse in Britain, identify the first tee of what was once Lundy’s golf course, inspect the Georgian cannons which fired every ten minutes in fog, find the chasm created by tremors from the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, find debris from the German Heinkel that crashed landed in 1941 and follow the track of the quarry railway. Apart from a few service vehicles there are no cars on the island, no street lights and only one shop. There is however the 13th Century Marisco Tavern, which offers fantastic food (including Lundy's own lamb) and drink. Day return trips to Lundy can be taken by boat from Bideford or Ilfracombe from March until October. Trips can also be arranged at the Clovelly Visitors Centre. Booking is advised. During the winter months, Lundy can be reached by helicopter departing from Hartland Point, providing spectacular aerial views of Lundy and the North Devon Coast! You can also travel to Lundy via a charter or in your own boat, there is a £5 per head admission fee to land at the island. Bucks Mills Village & Beach. EX35 7TY. Bucks Mills is an ancient fishing village, an out-of-the-way spot nearly a mile by minor road from the A39 at Bucks Cross. There are no shops or other facilities, just a lovely place with a steep path leading down to the beach. On a clear day once down on the beach you are rewarded by some stunning views of Lundy Island and Clovelly. Depending on the weather it is used for sun bathing, swimming, barbequing, shrimping and crabbing. Experienced surfers will enjoy surfing here. Gnome Reserve & Wild Flower Garden. EX22 7XE. For both kids and adults alike, the Gnome Reserve features over 2000 Gnomes up to various antics in a beautiful Beechwood glade. Gnome hats are on hand for all visitors to wear as they explore. The Wild Flower Garden contains about 250 species of wild flowers, herbs, grasses and ferns which attract insects, butterflies and birds. There is a quiz to take as you explore the garden, which is deceptively hard! There’s a tea room and picnic area with lovely views across the valley and a small gift shop full of mini-gnomes. The Gnome Reserve and Garden are open March to October. Local Food & Drink Both the New Inn (High St, EX39 5TA) and the Red Lion (48 The Quay, EX39 5TF) in Clovelly Village do food. It’s always worth booking, especially in the Red Lion which has a separate restaurant and a Devon Wine List. The Wreckers Retreat Bar (Hartland Quay, EX39 6DU) does a very good range of pub grub, with the freshly-caught fish specials worth looking out for. It’s also the perfect place for a well-deserved drink after a long walk on the Hartland coast line, with seats outside overlooking the beach. The Cornish Rattler is particularly recommended if you’re a cider fan. Hartland Village has a handful of pubs, all with a selection of local ales. The Anchor (Fore St, Hartland, EX39 6BD) is is a 16th Century Inn with a large open fire and a separate restaurant. The Hart Inn (The Square, Hartland) can be found on the main square in the town. Before the pub recently changed hands, it had a very good reputation for food but we’re yet to give the new menu a go… Also on the square is the Old Bakery Coffee Shop offering hot drinks, cakes, sandwiches, light lunches and Devon cream teas. If you’re a fan of gardening and eating you can combine the two by visiting the lakeside restaurant at the Merry Harriers Garden Centre (Bideford, Devon, EX39 5QH), not far from Woolsery. Its carvery is supposedly the best in the area, all with locally-sourced meat. A few miles back along the A39 towards Bideford you’ll find The Hoops Inn (Horns Cross, EX39 5DL), a proper thatched-roof tavern. Food and drink here is both very good. There is a candle-lit restaurant area as well as a large pub garden with a stream running through it. It’s always worth booking here, especially on the weekends. If Fish & Chips are your thing, then head to Woolsery Fish & Chips (Chapel St, Woolsery, EX3 95QS). The food is excellent and the newly-opened Farmers Arms next door makes for the perfect place to grab a drink whilst your fish and chips is prepared. Going further afield Head up the coast for the seaside resorts and huge expanses of sandy beaches at Saunton and Woolacombe. Saunton Beach is three and a half miles long so there’s plenty of room for everyone. Renowned for some of the best surf in the country; it’s a great place for beginners to start, with gear hire and lessons easily arranged. The privately owned Woolacombe Beach, recently voted best beach in the UK, is alive with beach huts, which can be hired for the day. As ever with Devon, it’s a favourite with surfers and it’s also possible to hire a horse from the local riding stables for a ride on the beach. If looking for somewhere a little more off the beaten track, then the beaches at Croyde, Barricane and Grunta, although they take more effort to get to, will usually be crowd-free. If you are here for the surf then you should also pay a visit to Braunton, one of the main surfing towns in the area. There’s a multitude of surf shops and England’s only surf museum. For nature lovers head to nearby Braunton Burrows, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Best explored by bicycle, it’s a pleasingly flat ride partly along the canals. It’s Braunton that is the start of the 180-mile long cycling Tarka Trail. Bicycles can be hired in Braunton, Bideford, Barnstaple and Torrington. Following a disused railway line, it’s perfect for all the family. With not many people intending to see out the whole 180 miles, the most popular leg is Barnstaple to Instow - a more manageable six miles, or a twelve mile round-trip with a good pub lunch in the middle! Instow, found where the rivers Taw and Torridge meet, is a small harboured fishing village with a sandy beach at low-tide and a popular spot for windsurfers. With the proximity of the Tarka Trail cycling is one of the main attractions in Instow. You can also visit the Waterside Gallery, with local artworks and pottery or head out onto the mud flats to look for wildlife, as described in ’Tarka the Otter’. There’s also a very good award-winning pub, more of which below. From Instow you can look across the water to Appledore and there’s a small ferry that makes regular trips between the two. Appledore is a mass of colourful cottages, local craft shops and narrow winding streets. A historical fishing village, the tradition continues today with fishing and boat building the main staples of village life. Various events are held here through the year, including the Appledore Book Festival and the Appledore Instow Regatta. If you’re after some shopping action then head to Bideford. It has a historic Pannier Market and its car-free lanes are lined with quirky little shops. There’s plenty of pavement cafes to stop and take a break in too. Westward Ho!, named by the Victorians after local-boy Charles Kingsley’s novel, is the only place in Britain to feature an exclamation mark in its name. Featuring another great surfing beach, it also offers kite-surfing lessons. If that’s not your thing then pay a visit to the Northam Burrows Country Park. Great for kids, and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the area is home to a diverse range of natural habitats, including salt marsh, open grassland, rocky shore, sand dunes and all kinds of wildlife. A day trip to Ilfracombe to see Damien Hirst’s huge harbour-side sculpture, Verity, is well worth it. There’s a number of art galleries in the town and every May it hosts the Art Trail, with live music, open-house studios and plenty of local food. There’s also the Aquarium to visit and the beach, accessed only by Victorian-era tunnels dug through the rock. From Ilfracombe it’s a short trip east into the Exmoor National Park. A truly breath-taking area to explore, its unique mix of landscapes, includes high sea cliffs, rolling moorland, working farmland and deep wooded valleys. The setting for the classic novel ‘Lorna Doone’, these days you can challenge yourself with mountain biking, kayaking, horse-riding or simply walking the main beautiful trails that criss-cross the park. If you make it to the very top of North Devon you’ll find yourself at Lynmouth and Lynton. Ancient twinned towns, Lynmouth sits at the bottom of a very steep hill, Lynton at the top. Luckily there’s the cliff railway which transports you between the two, powered by water alone. Lynmouth has an array of craft shops and tea rooms and a couple of very relaxing pubs. There’s also two essential walks to take. One, leading out of Lynmouth, down alongside the river Lyn and through a beautiful wooded valley eventually takes you to the National Trust’s Watersmeet. The other, starting in Lynton, takes you along the coast path to the breathtaking Valley of the Rocks. Neither will disappoint. For those who like to rummage around in bushes there is also a Geocaching Trail. Far & wide food & drink If heading along the A39 then the Thatched Inn (Abbotsham, EX39 5BA) is worth a visit for simple pub fare and it’s recently revamped garden. Also recommended is The Pier House (Merley Rd, Westward Ho!, EX39 1JU) for its fresh sea-food and stunning cliff-top views of Bideford Bay and Lundy Island. If heading to Saunton Sands beach then pay a visit to Sands OnThe Beach Café (Saunton Beach, Nr Braunton, EX33 1LQ). Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, grab yourself a table on the terrace for views overlooking the beach. Broomhill has an award-winning restaurant, Terra Madre (Muddiford, Barnstaple, EX31 4EX), which specialises in organic and home-made food all from local produce. If booking a three-course lunch you get free entry to the sculpture garden. The Thatch (14 Hobbs Hill, Croyde, EX33 1LX) in Croyde is, as the name suggests, a thatched-roof pub that offers a large menu of pub classics and Tex-Mex. They’ve got an excellent range of drinks on offer and have live music every Friday night. If you find yourself in Woolacombe and feeling flush then the place to eat is NC@EX34 (South Street, Woolacombe). Despite the terrible name, the food is reputedly excellent! Each day they cook just one fixed multi-course tasting menu, consisting of either seven or nine courses. An optional matched-wine list is also available. Booking in advance is essential. Instow offers up the Instow Arms (Hatton Croft, Marine Parade, EX39 4JJ), possibly the closest thing North Devon has to a gastro-pub! Smack-bang on the waterfront, overlooking the estuary, this restaurant and bar was converted from an old period house a few years ago. They serve up the obligatory local ales and local produce, along with daily specials. Recommended. If you visit Lynmouth then make sure you grab at least a drink in The Rising Sun (Harbourside, Lynmouth, EX35 6EG). A 14th Century thatched smugglers inn, its dark wood interior and warm fire makes it the perfect place to cosy up in after a walk. You can eat in the bar but there is also a restaurant area and a menu favouring local sea-food. RD Blackmore apparently wrote several chapters of Lorna Doone whilst here and Percy Shelley is also believed to have stayed on honeymoon in 1812.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Pis


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6


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2

Higher Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Our chalet is simply decorated and ideally situated on the Bideford Bay Holiday site for both using the facilities and exploring the area. Located just a stones throw from the south west coastal path and with direct access to the beautiful Bucks Mills the chalet is set in a walkers paradise.
Our chalet has been modified to accommodate wheelchair users with a ramp upto the door, wider external and internal doors, easily accessible shower and higher than standard toilet.
As mentioned Bideford Bay Holiday Park sits directly on the SW coastal path so is an ideal stop over while traveling along the path. The beautiful Bucks Mills is a 20minute walk away or 5minute drive. This area also opens up to many trails in the Bucks Valley Woodland. Bideford town is a 15minute car journey but is also linked by the regular bus route which travels up and down the Atlantic highway (A39) giving access to North Devon, including Westwood Ho! Barnstaple and if you fancy traveling further afield, woolacombe and illfracombe. Clovelly is a must see when visiting the area and is only 10 minutes away. The Big Sheep and Milky Way provide exciting days out for children and are also a good option when the beach is rained off!!
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Xalet


Capacitat

5


Dormitoris

2

Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Our privately owned budget Chalet, No 3 Bucklands, within the popular Bideford Bay Holiday Park provides the perfect base for exploring the beautiful coast of N Devon, close to beaches, theme parks, picturesque places of interest - Clovelly, Bude, Instow - too many to mention!
Please note that Park amenities, inc pools, are CLOSED from Friday 13th November 2019 until the start of the February Half-term, 14th February 2020 (exact dates subject to change & are controlled by the Park) Your Accommodation:- Bedrooms:- 2 bedrooms to sleep 4 people (one double, one bunk bed) Bedding supplied (inc extra duvets & blankets) Hot water bottles Heater in each bedroom Travel cot available at a cost of £5 per break Shower Room:- Electric shower Toilet Handwash basin Heated towel rail Liquid handwash, 1 hand towel and 1 toilet roll will be provided for your arrival 1 bath towel per person also provided Kitchen:- Washing-up liquid, dishcloth, tea towel, tea bags, coffee & sugar all provided Electric oven Fridgefreezer Wasing machine Tumble dryer Microwave Kettle Toaster Wide range of pots, pans, ovens trays, inc a pizza tray, glasses, inc wine glasses, cutlery & crockery. Bottle and can openers Lounge/Diner:- Large sofa 32" flat screen television with freeview DVD player Small selection of DVDs & games/books Dining table with seating for 4 Heater General: Hairdryer, Iron and Ironing board Electric heating throughout There is a launderette on site when the park facilities are open. During the Winter months, there is a launderette a short drive away. A folder containing information regarding the site, area & chalet will be left in your chalet - please use this as it has lots of tips & local knowledge in it! General Park Info:- Some Park facilities require an entertainment (see details below). Please note that Park amenities, inc pools, are CLOSED from Friday 13th November until the start of the February Half-term, 14th February 2020 (exact dates subject to change & are controlled by the Park), but you are still able to enjoy a break on site, making use of the chalet as a base for visiting friends/relatives and local attractions and generally enjoying the beautiful countryside and walks from the Park. There is also an extensive children's play park. Please note that during the low season, Park amenties are open under reduced hours. Bideford Bay Holiday Park in Devon is set in an amazing woodland location, with stunning sea views. It's also a short hop to picturesque Clovelly and the golden Blue Flag beach of Westward Ho! The heated outdoor pool (open from beginning of May half-term until end of Summer Holidays) is perfect for basking in the sun whilst the children shoot down the flume, or play a game of crazy golf. Bideford Bay boasts an exclusive leisurely entertainment programme but with that little bit extra all season long in our Manor House venue. Please note that some entertainment/activities are chargeable - There is free Wifi in the Manor House when the Club facilities are open. During the Winter months, you can find your closest free Wifi a short drive away at a supermarket. Bar/Restaurant with outdoor eating area overlooking the large play area, amusements, indoor play area for under 5s, hard surface multi-use court, walking routes to Clovelly & Bucks Mills– all free (no passes required). Please note use of the pools is NOT free - Entertainment/Facilities passes can be bought direct from reception to enable use of the Indoor & Outdoor swimming pool & any payable evening entertainment (generally if you have to register for anything, i.e. kids club or bingo, etc, you will need passes). Costs as follows:- Entertainment Pass Prices:- Costs cover the whole chalet & are not per person:- 3/4 nt break - £40 (high season 7th-22nd April & 26th May-1st Sept) or £30 (low season all other dates). 7 nt break - £59 (high season 7th-22nd April & 26th May-1st Sept) or £44 (low season all other dates). Buy direct from the on-site reception. The park is ideally suited to families and couples. The park has a very hilly terrain and may be unsuitable for guests with mobility difficulties. Please note that we are unable to cater for pets and the chalet is strictly non-smoking.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Xalet


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4


Dormitoris

2

Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

A cosy 200 year old cottage which was Mary Norton's last home (author of the Borrowers). We are moments from the footpath leading down to the sea, the southwest coast path and Hartland Quay. Being in the village we are a short walk from shops, pubs. Breakfast is organic, breads and brioches, homemade, jams and jellies made from the fruits of our own kitchen garden. Vegetarians and all other dietary requirements catered for. An cosy ensuite double bedroom is also available at this property.
An old fashioned cottage bedroom with its own washbasin. The bathroom is not ensuite, but is for sole use for guests in this bedroom.
Hartland is a very unspoilt and unique village which has managed to keep its village shops. A couple of miles down the road is the historic Hartland Quay and its iconic pub, the Wreckers Retreat. No trip to Hartland would be complete without a visit! There is also a double ensuite room available at this property.
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Private room


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Casa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Situated in a tiny hamlet within walking distance (1 mile) of picturesque Clovelly steeped in history this cosy cottage acts as an ideal base for exploring this wonderful scenic area. This 19th Century cottage has been tastefully renovated to a high standard and keeps it's traditional characteristics - wood burning stove and wooden beamed ceilings.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

3

Higher Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

A charming cottage set half way down Clovellys famous cobbled High st. The village is free from all vehicular traffic on its steep cobbled street, where the only sounds you will hear are footsteps or the donkeys hooves upon the cobbles. We are still a working fishing village catching lobster, crab and herrings. The south west coast path passes through the village , to the west is Mouthmill , a small inlet with the spectacular Black church rock formation.
Harbour cottage dates from the 14 century (1361) and is still traditionally heated by a solid fuel Aga & wood burners. The front garden is an award winning garden of camellias, roses and various flowers. Clovelly harbour view bedroom is a light & cosy room with the wow factor double aspect harbour & street views. Tea & coffee making facilities & Wifi are provided. This room is NOT suitable for dogs. There are 4 letting rooms providing space for up to 8 guests with harbour or street views.Please see our other separate listings to ensure that you are booking a harbour view or a street view
Clovelly is a unique village as it is traffic free, apart from donkeys & sledges. At the top of the village you can visit clovelly court gardens & church. Beyond the visitors centre you can visit the donkeys and workshops , these include candle & soap making, pottery and textiles. The village has several churches, a museum , two pubs , gift shops and an art gallery. Down in the harbour at high tide boat trips are available. A short walk along the beach bring you to the waterfall.
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Private room


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Casa rural


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Our chalet is a 2 bedroom well presented home from home. Its position within North Devon makes it a great base to explore local beaches & countryside and is in an ideal location for attractions such as The Big Sheep & The Milky Way. The chalet sleeps up to 6. Comprising of 2 double beds, one with a single bunk above, making it a great place for couples, families with children or a small group of friends (up to 5 adults due to seating & beds)
The 2 double beds and the single bed will be made up for you but please take any further bedding you require and bedding for the travel cot (a fitted mattress is provided) and do TAKE YOUR OWN TOWELS. There is also a travel cot and high chair provided should you require them. Washing up liquid, tea towels, a toilet roll and hand soap will also be left for you but you may wish to bring your own extras. There is a shop onsite and also one at nearby Woolsery which opens late. You will be emailed further information on the chalet location and other details upon booking your stay or when requesting information before making your decision.
There is a lovely walk to Bucks Mills beach, head past the club house and keep going until you see the forest walk, there are national trust signs when you get there. Follow the lower path down to Bucks Mills or take a stroll through the woods. Some other lovely beaches nearby are Instow, Appledore, Westward Ho! and a little further on to Bude.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Xalet


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

2

Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Allotjaments populars

Allotjaments populars
Set in natural surroundings on a wooded hillside, the park has lovely views and lots of facilities for all ages, including swimming pools, restaurant, bar, shop, country side walks, children’s club and entertainment, adults entertainment, crazy golf, football pitch plus much more.
Close to north Devon coast line and not far from bude
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Casa/pis sencers


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Xalet


Capacitat

6


Dormitoris

2

Bideford, Regne Unit

Our cosy cabin, disguised as a caravan, nestling to the side of our garden has been restyled and refurbished throughout. Themed with recycled pallet wood, providing a unique, warm, homely feel. Secluded, dog friendly and situated in a peaceful woodland, we are right on the South West Coast Path. Clovelly is a must see, woodland walks all around, Tarka Trail nearby and fantastic surf beaches from just 15 minutes away. Pheasant’s Rest makes the perfect base for exploring North Devon & Cornwall.
The name of our caravan will become obvious when you hear the light pitter-patter of feathery feet on the roof. ‘Pheasant’s Rest’ was our project when we moved to North Devon in April 2017. It is fully insulated to make all year round stays comfortable, and we have used eco-friendly technology to provide central heating throughout using FAR infrared heat panels. The kitchen is now open plan giving it a more spacious feel and is fitted with a fridge plus freezer compartment, kettle, toaster, a 2 ring induction hob plus combination microwave oven to prepare your meals. We also provide tea, coffee, sugar, cooking oil, washing up liquid, dish cloth and tea towel to reduce the amount of ‘extras’ needed when self-catering. There is a separate dining area next to the kitchen to enjoy your food. In the living area there is a TV/DVD player (complete with a selection of DVD’s for those lazy days), a digital radio, flame effect fire to make the room look as cosy as it feels, a 2 seater leather sofa, as well as a double sofa bed. WiFi is available throughout the space so you can stay in touch as you would at home. We have converted the 2 tiny pre-existing bedrooms into 1 comfortably sized, heated, double bedroom with shelves and hanging space. The bathroom sits just off the bedroom corridor comprises of a shower, WC and basin. We also provide hand soap, 2 loo rolls, a hand towel and 2 standard towels. Outside is a small, private gravelled garden with bistro table and chairs. We have also installed an outside tap and provided tubs to wash off muddy paws or rinse your wet suits. There is also a hanging rail outside to dry your wet suits ready for the next day ;-) A light breakfast of homemade bread and a couple of eggs from our hens is provided for your first morning. How do you like yours #poached #fried #boiled #scrambled #eggybread You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Feel free to tag us and share your visit #pheasantsrest @pheasantsrest
As we live along a shared lane/footpath you will rarely see anyone passing. The neighbours you will see and hear mostly are the feathery ones, of which we have many ranging from jays, greater spotted woodpeckers and song thrush, through to blue tits, robins, siskins and bull finches. We of course will always say hello if our paths should cross 😊
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Caseta per a convidats


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

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Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Romantic stay for two adults in gypsy bow top caravan with continental breakfast hamper delivered to your door, experience a romantic and cosy night away in this original wagon it features double bed, use of toilet / shower adjacent ,heater , tea making facilities and tv
Romantic stay for two adults in gypsy bow top caravan in AONB furnished with some home comforts such as TV/DVD player , electric kettle, phone charging point and fan heater. Experience a romantic and cosy night away in this original wagon it features double bed slide out bed, indoor seating area and too top it off a continental breakfast hamper delivered to your door. The third person can be a small child under 3ft where there is space below bed which a small bed can be made up on request. The gypsy wagon is not suitable for people who are very tall due to low head height. Payable Wifi is available on site. The toilet and shower block are adjacent to the wagon, there is also an outdoor seating area great for star gazing at night. The local area is renown for rugged coastline, surfing beaches , historical village of Clovelly and Hartland are close by as is Bude with glorious sandy beaches, The south west coastal path is within easy reach , further afield there is Bideford, Barnstaple and Boscastle and Tintagel. British National grid reference ss 26471. - 17975 latitude & longitude. N 50 56 06.0. W 004 28 15.9
Rural area but great access from A39 beautiful beaches and coastline near to popular resorts of clovelly , Hartland and bude
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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


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Welcombe, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Jim, is a shed , on wheels, co e and enjoy a stay with a difference. Jim is a cosy space decorated in neutral colours and has a very relaxed feel , inside its feels spacious with Tea/Coffee making facilities , folding table and a double bed with memory foam mattress. The hut is heated and is located adjacent to the toilet and shower facilities, JIM has an outside space for relaxing or eating, with parking next to the hut. A continental breakfast hamper will be delivered to your door
Jim is a cosy shed on wheels “aka’ a shepherds hut , is a light an airy space designed to accommodate 2 adults. With full double bed , fold down table for eating the breakfast hamper that’s delivered to your door. There are tea/coffee making facilities and a TV. Jim has a heater so is lovely and cosy on cooler evenings, on a summers evening table and chairs outside make use of the space. Toilets and showers are positioned adjacent to Jim and a Parking space is right next to Jim for your connivence. Payable Wi-fi is available via camping connect. A continental breakfast hamper will be delivered to your door British National grid reference ss 26471. - 17975 latitude & longitude. N 50 56 06.0. W 004 28 15.9
We are positioned in the Devon/ Cornwall border a perfect spot to explore both counties ,and the dramatic rugged coastline. Welcombe mouth and the rigged coastline are within 2 miles , Hartland, Clovelly Bideford and Bude are all within a short drive from us , the ever popular south west coast path is just a short distance from us. Light pollution is minimal so star gazing on a clear night is beautiful
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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


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Hartland, Regne Unit

Delightful Caravan at Bideford Bay Holiday Park situated on a Coastal Path with excellent beaches nearby & lovely woodland walks to Bucks Mill & Clovelly. The Caravan sleeps 6, in 1 double ensuite room, 1 twin room, double sofa-bed in the lounge and shower room. Fully equipped kitchen with fridge & cooking appliances. The Caravan has double glazing, central heating, Freeview TV and Parking. Perfectly located for families, Pets are Welcome, Keysafe and Strictly No Smoking.
The Bideford Bay Holiday Park facilities are within 100 metres of the Caravan and include a bar, restaurant with free WIFI. Entertainment for adults and children. Indoor and Outdoor (seasonal) swimming pool, play area, crazy golf and soft play. There is a shop on site and free parking close by and the handy use of an onsite laundry. Close to Bideford Bay Holiday Park are a number of popular or secluded beaches, Bideford town with its Pannier market, the Tarka trail for walkers and cyclists, The Big Sheep and Milky Way attractions and the North Devon Aqua Park
Clovelly is a small village in the Torridge district of Devon, England. It has a harbour and is notable for its steep pedestrianised cobbled main street, donkeys and views over the Bristol Channel. At the 2011 census, the parish population was 443, which was 50 fewer than ten years previously
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Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

West View Cottage makes a great location for exploring all around this fabulous area of North Cornwall. . All on the ground floor. Open plan living space. Living area: With electric wood burner, Freeview TV, DVD player and patio doors leading to sitting-out area. Dining area. Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Bedroom 1: With double bed. Bedroom 2: With twin beds. Bathroom: With shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail. . Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Small garden with sitting-out area and picnic bench. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. . West View Cottage is a spacious bungalow with a bright, clean interior situated in the owner’s garden. All on one level, this is the perfect property for a small family with children or less mobile guests who need level access and no stairs. The property lies on the Devon/Cornwall border and is equidistant from Hartland and Bude. Located just 15 minutes from the lively resort of Bude, and a 15-minute drive from the fabulous beach at Sandymouth, this is a very convenient spot for a holiday at any time of year. To the rear of the property is open farmland, where sheep and lambs can be seen grazing, and to the front is a far-reaching view of the sea on the distant horizon. There is so much to see and do in the region, along with many wonderful beaches including Duckpool, Welcombe, Sandymouth and Summerleaze. Apart from dramatically stunning coastline, you can enjoy a visit to the charming seaside town of Bude with its vast array of shops, good restaurants, cafés and pubs. This friendly and vibrant town has something for everyone, with its glorious sandy beaches and an open-air, tide-filled sea pool. Bude is perfect for walkers, who can follow the coastal path and take in its stunning scenery and breathtaking views, or just stroll along the canal path. Surfing, golf, tennis, horse riding, fishing and cycling are all available here and the internationally acclaimed annual jazz festival and Bude Food Festival have become unmissable events. On a rainy day try Splash, the indoor leisure centre with its flume and wave machine, or Harlequinns with its ten-pin bowling alley and soft play zone. Beach 7 miles. Shop and restaurant 4 miles, pub 5 miles. Free WiFi
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Woolley, near Bude, Regne Unit

The Studio is a large, modern, spotlessly clean en suite bedroom in its own detached annex to eighteenth century Wenden Cottage. It is conveniently located on the outskirts of Woolfardisworthy, 3.3 miles from picturesque Clovelly and 3.3 miles from the beach at Bucks Mills. All the amenities of Westward Ho!, including 2 miles of beautiful sandy beach, are available 9.7 miles North, while scenic Bude is just 16.4 miles South. Bideford is our nearest town and Barnstaple is only 19 miles away.
The Studio occupies the whole of the first floor of the detached annex and is accessed via a wooden staircase leading from your own designated parking space. A pleasant wooden balcony overlooks an acre of attractive, well-maintained garden. The bright and airy bedroom benefits from patio doors leading on to the balcony which is a lovely spot for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Coffee and tea making facilities are provided, together with fresh milk and complementary biscuits. Guests are assured of a quiet, peaceful stay in a beautiful countryside location. In addition to the comfy double bed there is a large sofabed that may be used to sleep one additional person. The room provides a table with two chairs, flat screen TV, WiFi connectivity and hanging/drawer space. The en suite shower room is scrupulously clean and contains a toilet, hand basin and a power shower. Hand soap is provided. Complementary beach towels are available on request.
Woolfardisworthy (Woolsery) village is a short walk away and has a fantastic, newly refurbished pub/restaurant, a well stocked shop/post office and a fish and chip shop that is open Tuesday to Saturday. Wenden Cottage Studio is situated on a bridleway and nearby a public footpath.
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Private room


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Casa rural


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2


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Woolsery, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Private room1 llit
Wenden Cottage Studio
Preu:€58/nit
25 avaluacions
Superhost
Colour co-ordinated soft furnishings
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Private room


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Caseta per a convidats


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2


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1

Higher Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Idle Hours is a charming, down to earth stone cottage with sea views, a short walk from the historic fishing village of Clovelly. Well located, close to amusement and parks plus surfing beaches and stunning historical locations. The refurbished kitchen, with its cast iron range, looks onto the garden with a view of Lundy. A lounge with stone inglenook fireplace and wood burner (smokeless fuel only). Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a further one with bunk beds and the skylit bathroom.
The main Bedroom has a double bed (plus fold away cot) and rear garden view. The front facing mid size Bedroom has a slim fold-out double bed. The small bedroom, also front facing, has a bunk bed. The bathroom with its cast iron bath has a new skylight, fitted shower and natural cork floor. Hot water is provided by a small immersion tank ( half an hour reheat) and heating via 4 electric storage heaters. The kitchen come dining room has been sensitively modernised with reclaimed parquet flooring, recycled work surfaces, a blowheater, ceramic sink, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave & usb sockets. The spacious lounge has many original features, games, a card table and a tv/dvd.
Clovelly fishing village is 1 mile away via a pleasant walk which has two pubs and a restaurant. The Milky Way Adventure Park and North Devon Wakepark are 5 minutes by car or bus. Bucks Cross Post Office shop and Bucks Mill are 10 minutes by car or bus. The Big Sheep and Atlantic Village Shopping Centre are 20 minutes away in Bideford. All major supermarkets also delivery to the cottage. It is 30 minutes drive to Sandy Mouth Beach and 1 hour to Croyde & Woolacombe beaches, both good surfing spots. Many other adult and kids attractions are a short drive away and information leaflets can be found in the cottage.
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Higher Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Coastal walks, woodland walks, beach, stunning coastal scenery , great views, restaurants and dining, family-friendly activities. You'll love my place because of , the location, the cosiness. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers. A great spot for walkers and surfers alike or a romantic break, Exmoor National park visits. This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's the perfect retreat from which to explore North Devon and North Cornwall.
Unwind and relax in this peaceful and tranquil little cottage (600 years old) - convenient to coastal path - Hartland Abbey- Bideford-Bude areas. This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's the perfect retreat from which to explore North Devon and North Cornwall. Warm and cosy cottage, great for dramatic winter breaks too. Helicopter trips to Lundy island. There is a great website for our area called North Devon AONB (area of outstanding natural beauty) url publishing not allowed here.
Friendly quiet and safe community. We are a rural area of outstanding natural beauty of interest to walkers ramblers and surfers, with plenty of interesting sight seeing within driving distance, for example the ancient fishing village of Clovelly and historical market town of Bideford.
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Hartland, U.K., Regne Unit

Welcome to Waterbrooks! Nestled in a secluded valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Waterbrooks is a detatched cottage next to the owners home, just a 20 minute stroll from the stunning and dramatic Spekes Mill Mouth on the North Devon coast. The Space Waterbrooks offers a peaceful retreat in the beautiful surroundings of The Hartland Peninsula, an ideal base from which to walk, read, write, surf or immerse yourself in nature and unwind. Parking for one car is provided.
Bedroom 1: King can convert to twin Bedroom 2: Double Bathroom Kitchen Sitting room with dining area and log burner. Please be aware there is no mobile or TV signal; however, free WiFi is included. The cottage is accessed a short distance on foot up a country lane, which can get muddy. Unfortunately, this along with steps and slopes, may make it unsuitable for toddlers and the infirm. Remember to bring your boots!
Waterbrooks is set in the Spekes Mill Valley just a stroll from the coast. It is set amongst natural oak woodlands with an abundance of flora and fauna around it. Five minutes up the lane is Docton Mill Gardens and Tea Room, a short drive away is the beautiful Hartland Abbey and Gardens and the village of Hartland with Pubs, Coffee Shop, Post Office and convenience store is just 3 miles away. The scenic Hartland Quay with its hotel and bar are a 45 minute walk along the coast. The coastal resorts of Bude and Westward Ho! are a short drive away. The beautiful historic village of Clovelley is even closer.
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Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

97 West Street is a delightful home, situated in the timeless village of Hartland on the dramatic Atlantic coast. It is a light and airy property, full of space, with wonderful character and individuality. It has three well-proportioned bedrooms, a large sitting room, and an open plan kitchen/diner and snug making for relaxed cooking and eating. It is 3 miles from the sea and South West Coast path and within walking distance of local shops, a café, pubs, potteries, and artists’ studios.
97 West Street has lots of indoor space. It also has a small enclosed backyard. A children's play area is three minutes from the property and The Vale, Hartland's old deer park is also two minutes away. The village has many amenities including two pubs that serve food, one dedicated restaurant and one coffee shop.
The countryside around Hartland is peppered with footpaths and beautiful places to walk. The 'Wreckers' coast is spectacular and wild; Hartland Quay boasts a small museum, pub and beach - wonderful for rockpool rambles. Long stretches of sandy beaches are close by at Sandy Mouth, Bude, Westward Ho and Northam.
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Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

This stylish refurbished holiday home situated on the coastal Bideford Bay park has a central lounge layout with bedrooms at both ends, one double with an en-suite and two twin bedrooms with a shared bathroom. It's ideal for families or couples sharing and has French doors which open out to a spacious veranda with beautiful open views to the sea.
The holiday park is set in woodland over-looking the coast, there are many coastal walks straight from the holiday home to places such as Bucks Cross and Clovelly. The park has both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an indoor and outdoor adventure play area, entertainment for all ages, a restaurant/bar ,shop, launderette plus lots more. It's also within easy reach of great family days out such as the Milky Way and the Big Sheep, and seaside resorts such as Westward Ho!
The cliffside views at Bideford Bay might bring the ‘wow’ factor, but it’s the fantastic facilities and activities that will keep your family smiling all holiday long, with great dining options, family entertainment and amenities throughout the park. The park boasts both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool There’s so much more to discover too, with a play area, crazy golf and fantastic eateries such as The Manor House Bar & Restaurant. With WiFi in the complex you can stay connected during your stay, while the Nisa store is perfect for picking up those day-to-day essentials.
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Bungalou


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8


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3

Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Escape to the peace and tranquility of the North Devon countryside in this cosy Victorian Lodge within the grounds of Hartland Abbey. With easy access to the South West coast path and woodland walks to picturesque village of Hartland with its gallery's and potteries. Dogs are welcome and can sleep in the rooms. I have 8! Attractions close by include the pretty fishing village of Clovelly, Instow and Appledore both with great places to eat. The sea side town of Bude is only 30 minutes away.
A stones throw from Hartland Abbey. 10 minutes from Hartland Quay, The Point open air cafe and Hartland Village. Easy access to the coast path and numerous woodland walks.
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Private room


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Casa rural


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2


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1

Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

This charming converted cider press lies within 16 acres of private grounds and is an ideal base for touring Devon. . Ground Floor: Open plan living space: With beams and tiled floors. Living area: With wood burner, Freeview TV and DVD player. Dining area. Kitchen: With breakfast area, gas range, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Bedroom 1: With twin beds. Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet. First Floor: Living room: Galleried. Bedroom 2: With double bed and beams. . Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner included. Welcome pack. Laundry room with coin-operated washing machine and tumble dryer (shared with other properties on-site). Large lawned garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. 16-acre grounds (shared with other properties on-site). Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 2 steps in the garden and 2 fenced lakes and a stream, 200 yards away.. This charmingly converted cider press sits peacefully within a small courtyard of barns in a beautiful rural location just 3½ miles from picturesque Clovelly. It is perfectly situated for exploring north Devon and Cornwall. Shared with other cottages, guests can enjoy 16 acres of private grounds which have been designated a Wildlife Site by Devon Wildlife Trust. There are many lovely coastal villages to explore including nearby Bucks Mills, Peppercombe, Hartland and Clovelly with its donkey transport. The delightful port town of Bideford has a good selection of town amenities, restaurants, a weekly market and boat trips to Lundy Island. Garden lovers will enjoy nearby RHS Rosemoor and Docton Mill. Westward Ho!, just 12 miles and renowned for its beauty, has two miles of sandy beach known as the Golden Bay and is popular with surfers. Coastal and country walks, golf, surfing, fishing, horse riding and cycling are all available close by. For family fun and days out, visit The Big Sheep and The Milky Way adventure parks. Beach 4½ miles. Shop 1½ miles, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
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4


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2

Woolsery, near Bideford, Regne Unit

2 bedroom chalet situated on popular holiday park with seasonal entertainment and swimming pools. From beautiful sea views, picturesque coastal walks, children's play areas and an array of entertainment you are sure to have a lovely, fun packed holiday here. Perfectly situated on the north Devon coast, close to the Cornish border with plenty to see and do. Comfy accommodation with modern decor. A home from home. Facility open from 14/2 -24/2 2020 and then 20/3 to Nov. Outdoor pool 22/5 to 31/8
2 light and airy bedrooms. Kitchen, bathroom with toilet , sink and double shower and lounge/dining area. Perfectly located for families next to the swimming pools, entertainment and play areas. Modern decor with all you need. Launderette and shop situated a few minutes walk away.
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Xalet


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4


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2

Buck's Cross, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Xalet sencer3 llits
Sea Valley Chalet
Preu:€73/nit
45 avaluacions
Superhost
Room annexed to my house in lovely coastal village setting. Private entrance and private patio area.
Lovely fresh room available annexed to my house shower room toast & tea making facility only, café and parking right next door. Would provide a microwave for longer stays. Coastal area in quiet village location close to coastal path access.
Beautifu coastal area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to coastal path
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Suite amb entrada independent


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2


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1

Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Privately owned chalet in Bideford Bay park. Quiet, convenient location with sea view. Close to on site shop, play area, indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The park (8 miles from Bideford) is close to beaches and local attractions (by car) and makes a perfect base for exploring the area. The chalet has 2 bedrooms, (one with double bed, one with 2 singles). Open plan kitchen/living area with recliner sofas. Bathroom has shower/basin/toilet. Double glazing throughout. Panel heaters.
The chalet is self catering and has a well equipped kitchen with ample cutlery and crockery for 4 guests, pots/pans, toaster, kettle, coffee plunger, microwave oven, ironing board, iron and vacuum cleaner. Bed linen is provided. The bathroom has a 'Mira Sport' shower, basin and toilet. Towels are provided, along with basics (soap/toilet roll) but you will need to bring your own additional toiletries. The living area has a small table and 4 chairs, 2 recliner sofas and a 32" television. There is a small folding clothes airer in the cupboard for drying towels / small items. Access to coin operated commercial sized washing machines and dryers is in the launderette near the main reception building.
There are many places to visit. Leaflets/brochures for the many local attractions are in the park main reception and restaurant areas and also in the 'Welcome' guide in the chalet. Bideford is approximately 15 minutes away by car. The 'Atlantic Village' shopping centre with Asda supermarket is approximately 10 minutes away. The Coastal walking track runs close to the edge of the park. It is quite hilly in places but great for keen walkers. It's a short drive (or 1.5 hour walk on the coast track) to the picturesque village of Clovelly where you can walk the steep cobbled street. Hartland Quay is worth a visit for it's spectacular coastline
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Xalet


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4


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2

Nr Bideford, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Comfortable, spacious barn conversion, on a peaceful smallholding down a private lane, within easy reach of the sea and the coast path. Ideal for walkers, surfers, families and anyone needing a quiet place to relax.
This is a very spacious cottage. There are two bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor, and two bathrooms. There is a spare bed suitable for a child or teenager in the upstairs lobby. If the lobby is not being used for sleeping there is a day bed there which gets the afternoon sunlight and is a lovely place to relax. The large living/dining room has a wood burning stove and is very cosy in the winter. There is a conservatory with lovely views. The cottage is well equipped and an ideal place to stay and explore this beautiful and unspoilt part of North Devon.You have your own private garden and views out onto woods and fields.Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Hartland peninsula is a peaceful holiday location with stunning scenery. It has a very dramatic coastline with amazing rock formations. There are small secluded rocky beaches and also beaches with huge expanses of sand within easy reach. It is a great area for surfing and walking.
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Casa rural


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5


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Hartland, Devon, Regne Unit

Honeysuckle is a static caravan on our family owned and run campsite on the North Devon coast situated in the coastal village of Hartland. Honeysuckle is like your best friend! Perhaps getting older on the outside but beautiful on the inside. We have just completely gutted her throughout and rebuilt her in the style of a shepherds hut providing spacious, light and welcoming accommodation with your own private fenced garden from where you can walk to the village for a meal, pint or G & T.
Honeysuckle is light and airy and is a great base from where to explore the surrounding area. We are only 25 from Bude in Cornwall and closer to home boast a stunning coastline brimming with beaches and bays. With two bedrooms both with crisp white bed linen and fluffy white towels, a shower room with w/c and sink, a generous lounge with corner sofa, modern lighting, TV, dvd player, electric wood burner, games, books and plenty of local information, a beautiful galley kitchen with shaker style grey units with all essentials including all pots, pans, cutlery and crockery. Outside you have your own private fully enclosed garden as well as parking for up to two cars. Onsite we have a laundry block with washing machine and tumble dryer and an on-site well stocked pond where you are welcome to have a go at fishing or use the bar B Q area. We have a field dedicated to walking your dog or for playing outside games such as football or rounders.
Honeysuckle is very conveniently situated on our small campsite so you can walk to all of the amenities our coastal village has to offer. Once here you can enjoy day trips to Clovelly, Hartland Abbey, Docton mill, Instow, Westward Ho! even Lundy island by boat in the Summer or helicopter in the Winter but you can also enjoy the fact that you don’t need to drive to the pub for a meal or a drink at the end of your day. Hartland Quay is an absolute must see for visitors to the area and offers a stunning vista from where you can have a meal, a drink or just enjoy the beach. You can take the 3 or 4 minute stroll down to the village and enjoy our local coffee shop, quaint shops and studios and stroll back.
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Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


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4


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Hartland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

With nearby beaches and filled with local attractions this is a lovely base for any couple to enjoy their holiday.. Goldfinch is a Barn Apartment Goldfinch Apartment is one of five cosy and charming 1-bedroom apartments situated in a turn of the century barn conversion. Each has character of its own. These apartments are particularly designed with couples in mind. They are situated in a quiet part of the main complex and therefore close to all facilities. They all have wonderful views over the farmer’s adjoining fields and the countryside beyond. Goldfinch is a first floor apartment: Living room with dining table and small kitchen area. 1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.. Oil central heating included. Electric mini cooker with oven/grill and two hotplates. Access to shared freezer.. All properties: Electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freeview TV. DVD. Microwave. Wi-Fi (in communal area). Coin-operated laundry room on site. Shared 10-acres of natural, landscaped grounds. Ample parking. Indoor heated swimming pool (shared, 10m x 5m, depth 1m to 2m), open 8am-8pm, all year. Hot tub (shared). Sauna (shared, at cost). Games room with pool table (shared, £1), children’s table tennis table, dart board and separate snooker room (shared, £2.40 per game). Gym. No smoking. NB: Lake and pond in grounds. No smoking.. Just 4 miles from the coast. Outstanding views over North Devon countryside Perfect location for walkers and a haven for nature lovers Close to beaches and many local attractions Indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub, sauna (at cost) and gym Games room and separate snooker room (lighting at cost) with full sized table 9 hole pitch and putt One and a half acre well stocked coarse fishing lake. Carp up to 20lb Bar and restaurant (open Feb half term and Easter-Oct 6.30-10.30pm, closed Sundays, Christmas and New Year). Set near the breathtakingly beautiful North Devon Coast, this friendly, family run complex is peacefully located within 10 acres of grounds with outstanding views over the glorious Devon countryside. Moorhead Country Holidays is the perfect holiday choice for family, friends and couples at any time of year. The complex comprises of 16 properties, 10 apartments for families accommodating between 3 and 6 people set together in the grounds, 6 apartments for couples (and older children) set in a barn conversion attached to the main complex. The complex has fantastic on-site facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool (open all year), sauna and hot tub area, a well-equipped gym, Wi-Fi (in the communal areas), games room and separate snooker room. Located on a 1½-acre, well-stocked coarse fishing lake, with carp weighing up to 20lb, in stunning surroundings, and a 9-hole pitch and putt course. In the evening there is a delightful fully licensed bar and restaurant to enjoy and give a relaxing end to the day (open between 6:30pm and 8:30pm). Guests staying over the New Year week can enjoy a complimentary party with a buffet and music to welcome in the New Year. There is plenty to keep everyone entertained whatever the weather. Only 4 miles from the coast, this stunning location is perfect to explore the dramatic North Cornwall and North Devon coastline. There is the Hartland Peninsula, the pretty town of Bideford with a good range of facilities, and a trip to Lundy Island can be organised from the quayside. Westward Ho! and the popular Cornish resort of Bude have fantastic beaches, renowned for excellent surfing, whilst Bude’s vibrant town centre has a vast array of good restaurants and bars. Both walkers and cyclists will enjoy the nearby Tarka Trail and Moorhead Country Holidays is the perfect touring base to explore the delights of both North Devon and North Cornwall. Coastal walks, and for family fun, The Big Sheep and The Milky Way Adventure Parks are a must. Garden lovers will enjoy RHS Rosemoor, Docton Mill and Tapeley Park, and there are many pretty fishing villages nearby including Clovelly, Instow and Appledore. Tennis, horse riding, mountain boarding, paintballing and quad biking are all on offer locally and for a great day out, why not visit the famous Eden Project. Village shop 1 mile.
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Woolsery, near Clovelly, Regne Unit

A Beautiful cottage set half way down Clovellys famous High st. The village is free from all vehicular traffic on its steep cobbled street, where the only sounds you will hear are footsteps or the donkeys hooves upon the cobbles. We are still a working fishing village catching lobster, crab and herrings. The south west coast path passes through the village , to the west is Mouthmill , a small inlet with the spectacular Black church rock formation.
Harbour cottage dates from the 14 century (1361) and is still traditionally heated by a solid fuel Aga & wood burners. The front garden is an award winning garden of camellias, roses and various flowers. Our twin room is very spacious and light with a lovely view of the cobbled street. This room is located on the same floor as the bathrooms. The room is also large enough to accommodate a toddler/ cot bed if needed. Tea & coffee making facilities & Wifi are supplied. This room is NOT suitable for dogs. There are 4 letting rooms providing space for up to 8 guests with harbour or street views.Please see our other listings to ensure you are booking either a street view or a harbour view
Clovelly is a unique village as it is traffic free, apart from donkeys & sledges. At the top of the village you can visit clovelly court gardens & church. Beyond the visitors center you can visit the donkeys and workshops , these include candle & soap making, pottery and textiles. The village has several churches, a museum , two pubs and a restaurant (requires pre booking) , gift shops and an art gallery. Down in the harbour at high tide boat trips and fishing trips are available. A short walk along the beach brings you to the waterfall.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Casa rural


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

A beautiful cottage set halfway down Clovellys famous high street.The village is free from all vehicular traffic on its steep cobbled street, where the only sounds you will hear are footsteps or the donkeys hooves upon the cobbles.We are still a working fishing village catching lobster, crab and herrings. The south west coast path passes through the village , to the west is Mouthmill , a small inlet with the spectacular Black church rock formation.
Harbour cottage dates from the 14 century (1361) and is still traditionally heated by a solid fuel Aga & wood burners. the front garden is an award winning garden of camellias, roses and various flowers. Our cosy dog friendly room is situated on the ground floor which has garden and street views. We provide dressing gowns for your stay , Tea & coffee making facilities & Wifi are also provided . Dog bowls & dog towels can be supplied on request. We only allow a maximun of 2 dogs in this room. Both shared bathrooms are on the first floor. There are 4 letting rooms providing space for up to 8 guests with Harbour or street views. Please see our other listings to ensure you are booking either a street view, Harbour view or the dog friendly room. If you are booking this room but not bringing a dog , please first do so through an enquiry so we can discount the rate accordingly.
Clovelly is a unique village as it is traffic free, apart from the donkeys & sledges. At the top of the village you can visit Clovelly court gardens & church. Beyond the visitors center you can visit the donkeys and workshops, these include candle & soap making , pottery & textiles. The village has several churches, a museum, two pubs , a restaurant ( requires pre booking ), gift shop and an art gallery. Down in the Harbour at high tide boat trips and fishing trips are available . a short walk along the beach brings you to the waterfall.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Clovelly, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

Our 200 year old cottage was Mary Norton's (author of "The Borrowers") last home. Walking distance to village shops and pubs; 2 mile walk to Hartland Quay pub, the sea and spectacular cliff scenery of coast path. Cosy bedroom, ensuite bathroom. There is also a twin bed room (not ensuite) with washbasin available at this property.
Large downstairs kitchen, dining, living room. Homemade breakfasts including farm fresh eggs, jams made from garden fruits, brioche, bread and locally roasted and ground coffee. Vegetarians catered for.
Hartland is a quiet rural village with four pubs, a coffee shop, post office and several art galleries and potteries. Many activities on offer during spring and summer months, such as outdoor theatre at Hartland Abbey, Garden Show, Carnival and One Week in Summer music festival.
Tipus d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Hartland, Regne Unit

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