A little two bedroom extension built off the main property. Self contained and very clean and tidy. It has a little private south facing garden and Inside is good sized kitchen/diner and comfy cozy sitting room. This is a quiet peaceful village with friendly neighbours who will stop to say hello. Close to amenities and pretty country lanes. This is a springboard to reach the beautiful Devon coast and the wild expanse of Dartmoor and its woodlands. Please read the additional info.
This is an extension connected to the main house with a separate entrance and private enclosed garden that has garden furniture, lavender, honeysuckle and other seasonal flowers that make it a relaxing and restful place to sit. There is a little garden shed and retractable washing-line.
The kitchen is bright and clean with a dining area and is equipped to cover all your daily needs.
There is a cosy little lounge with a TV that has free view. You will find some magazines that include the Devon Life and local magazines full of ideas and information of what's going on and where to go.
There are stairs leading from the lounge up to the first floor landing.
The master bedroom has a comfortable double bed with clean fresh linen, bedside lockers with table lamps and built-in wardrobes. You will find a hairdryer and tissues in one of the drawers.
The second bedroom also has a comfortable single bed with fresh clean linen, bedside locker with table lamp a single wardrobe, vanity table and tissues.
The bathroom has a full sized bath and mains overhead shower, toilet and basin and an endless supply of hot water. There is one connecting door to the main house on the landing that is locked from the visitors side only and fitted with an alarm if opened for security.
You will find this accommodation very clean, neat and tidy. There is Wi Fi, gas central-heating and smoke and heat detectors installed.
You will find clean towels provided and some basic toiletries.
Biscuits, Tea, Coffee, sugar and a jug of fresh milk will be ready for you when you arrive and If you need anything please come and ask me.
Ipplepen village has a Post-office and Newsagents open Monday to Friday 9am- 5.30 Saturday 9am- 12.30.
There is a Co-op supplying a wide range of groceries and household goods, open every day from 7am-10pm.
The Ipplepen community hub has a small library and Café serving homecooked lunches, cakes, biscuits, tea and barista coffee. The hub has various clubs and activities. More information can be found via email at email@example.com
There is also a bowling club and tennis court adjacent to a playing field and children's park, there is also a second little play park in another part of the village.
Ipplepen has a very efficient medical practice ( Ipplepen Health centre )
There are two churches, St Andrews and the Ipplepen Methodist chapel. Times of services will be in the local parish magazine that will be here ready for you in your accommodation.
Just up the road is Dainton park golf club a beautifully maintained 18 hole course with bar and restaurant, It also has a small but well equipped gym. To find out more go to www.daintonparkgolf.co.uk
We have some lovely pubs in and around Ipplepen. Here we have the Wellington Inn with a large garden, bar and restaurant.
Ipplepen conservative club welcomes all visitors and members, there is sky sports, discos, and other entertainment that are a regular feature
Just a short drive out side of the village is the Two mile oak with a wide range of ales, restaurant and a very pleasant little garden.
The Church house Inn dates back to the 13th century, full of old world charm and steeped in history. Nestled in the valley of Torbryan and about a mile into the country lanes. It is the prettiest little picture postcard hamlet. Many local people love the Church House Inn and will make you feel very welcome. There is restaurant and bar and also a few ghosts.
There are several other pubs and Inns with in a mile or two of ipplepen and include the Copper Dollar, the Monks Retreat, the Union Inn, the Court Farm Inn, the Tally Ho, and the Pig & Whistle, all of which have a restaurants.
While you are here I will be happy to help you with directions.
Ipplepen is the pivotal point to start exploring the endless wonderful places to visit in south Devon.
Turning right onto the A381 and drive just for 5.5 miles and you will reach the historic market town of Totnes. Built by the river Dart the town has one long narrow main street that seems to go up hill for ever, but don't worry there are many twee little shops to look in and interesting places to eat or have a coffee on your way up the hill. When you finally reach the top there is a fortress and from there you can enjoy the beautiful views across the town and surrounding country side. Totnes is bohemian and some say it is the centre of the universe. It has arts and culture and an odd kind of magic that gets under your skin. If you visit Totnes you will never forget.
Turning left onto the A381 and 3.7 miles you will reach Newton Abbot market is town built over the river Lemon. A good place for general shops, restaurants and take-aways. Bakers park is on the outskirts of Newton Abbot, It has a large children's play area and several football pitches, it also has walks along the river lemon and is surrounded by Beech woodlands .very nice for a picnic.
The English Riviera offers stunning coastal walks, seaside towns, fishing villages, estuaries and golden sandy beaches. There are so many places to see that I would need to write a book to tell you about them all.
Locally I would recommend Shaldon, Dawlish and Dartmouth for their picturesque beauty and Torquay, Paignton, Broad-sands and Goodrington for sandy beaches for families with children.
Turning your back to the coast and look inland and you will see the gently rolling landscape of Dartmoor, two hundred square miles of hills and valleys, Leets and rivers, open moorland, woodland and garnet tors. This magical place will lift your spirits and calm your sole. This is a place to escape humanity for a little while. Again one would have to write a book to tell you of its nature and wonders. Dartmoor is a place off fairy tales, myths and legends.
If you would like to walk on the wild side I will guide and advise you on the best places to go. There are many safe places to enjoy and visit on Dartmoor but hill walking and climbing the tors need wisdom and orienteering skills
There are many parks and places of interest to visit and enjoy for all ages and abilities . I have many pamphlets of interest ready for you to look through. For the young visitor there are beer and music festivals and Torquay has several night clubs. For every one there is the Dartmouth steam railway, family fun parks and Paignton Zoo is just fabulous, Plymouth Seahorse aquarium is another family attraction and really worth a visit.
There really is something for everyone no matter what your age or interest.
Tipus de propietat
Ipplepen, Anglaterra, Regne Unit