Barn Cottage is situated on the South end of a large former farmhouse on the edge of Exmoor National Park. The cottage offers peaceful holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests in one of the most beautiful parts of the country. North Devon is a perfect setting for a relaxing and sightseeing holiday, with nearby beaches, woodlands, moorland walks and quiet rural towns - ideal keen photographers, artists and for all the family to enjoy.
A short set of steps lead up to the entrance of the cottage and into the kitchen. A couple more steps lead into the the living room with dining table, which features beautiful South aspect views across the gardens and the wonderful countryside beyond. The cottage sleeps up to 4 guests in three bedrooms; one double, and two single bedrooms. The family bathroom is comprised of bath, toilet and hand basin.
A former threshing barn has been turned into an indoor badminton court next door the Barn Cottage which guests are welcome to make use of. The other side of the ‘Badminton Barn’ is the main house, and there is another holiday property to the East which sleeps up to 5 guests. The Badminton Court and the gardens are shared with the other cottage.
The kitchen is fitted with an electric cooker, fridge, freezer and microwave. Other equipment includes toaster, kettle, cookware, a variety of kitchen utensils, cutlery, crockery and glasses.
The washing machine is situated in the laundry room, the owner will show you where it is upon arrival.
A television (with Freeview) and DVD player is provided in the living room, and wifi is now available in the cottage.
A hair dryer is provided for your convenience as well as an iron and ironing board.
A travel cot and high chair can be provided on request, please let us know at time of booking if you require them.
Barn Cottage has oil fired central heating throughout which can be adjusted to suit your preferences. Heating and electricity costs are not included in the price of your accommodation. The owners will take metre readings at the beginning and end of your stay, and ask you to settle up with them prior to your departure for the cost of oil used.
Bed linen, duvets and blankets are provided.
Towels can be provided if requested and upon payment of a supplementary fee of £3 per person (one bath towel and one hand towel would be provided per person).
Tea, coffee and sugar will be provided. There may also be other non-perishable items like a salt, pepper and oil available.
Cleaning materials such as washing up liquid will be present in the property, and one to two toilet rolls will be provided.
The gardens to the front of the property are shared between Barn Cottage, the main house, and another holiday cottage, Orchard Cottage. Guests are welcome to enjoy the gardens as much as they would like to, however please note that it is not enclosed. There are fabulous views of the surrounding countryside from the garden and there are several beautiful benches to relax on and enjoy the scenery. The allocated parking area for Barn Cottage is situated approx 50 metres from the property, however you are welcome to pull up outside the front door to unload and load the car whenever necessary.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome by prior arrangement (maximum of 2). A supplementary fee of £10 per dog will be added to your invoice. Dogs are welcome but please do not allow them on the furniture or leave them alone in the property at any time.
Barn Cottage is strictly non-smoking.
Barn Cottage is available for week-long bookings. Short breaks or long-weekends are also available outside of peak season. Please see the availability page for further details. The cottage will be ready from 3 pm on the day you arrive. Please depart by 10 am on the last day of your stay. Please leave the property clean and tidy so that we can guarantee it will be ready on time for our next guests.
The Parish of Brayford is situated on the south-western boundary of Exmoor and includes a part of the National Park. Brayford is in a highly picturesque location, bounded by green fields and woodlands, and situated in a steep sided valley, with the River Bray running through the middle of the village and acting as a focal point. The River Bray rises on Exmoor, near Challacombe, and tumbles down to 470 feet above sea level where it flows through the village, then joins the River Mole south-west of South Molton, and finally the River Taw which eventually sweeps through Barnstaple to the sea. The hills are populated with livestock as this is well known sheep and cattle country, and the famous red deer of Exmoor are commonly seen too.
The nearest pub is the Poltimore Arms, a short drive east from the village and renowned for its hospitality and excellent cuisine.
The nearest town for groceries, fruit and veg shop and butcher is South Molton, which is approximately 7 miles away.
Basic supplies, such as milk, bread etc. are available from The Poltimore Arms (the local pub) or Bratton Fleming Shop - both are 3 miles away.
Sainsbury's offer a home delivery service in this area.
- Pet friendly
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Seasonal weekly tariff overview
|#||Min stay||Start date||End date||Price|
|7 nights||23 May 2020||17 Jul 2020||£558|
|7 nights||18 Jul 2020||28 Aug 2020||£740|
|7 nights||29 Aug 2020||11 Sep 2020||£558|
|7 nights||12 Sep 2020||11 Dec 2020||£506|
|7 nights||12 Dec 2020||29 Dec 2020||£740|