East Moor
TQ13 9JT
Sleeps up to 4
No Pets

Appletree Cottage

Cosy cottage
Picture perfect Appletree Cottage, a semi-detached, thatched cottage in the pretty hamlet of Higher Brimley in Dartmoor National Park. The rose filled cottage garden with a thatched summerhouse has outstanding far-reaching views to Bovey Tracey and Haytor beyond. Inside are lots of original period features, including thick cob walls, original leaded windows, beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces. In the living room is a wood burning stove, and from the window seats, there are lovely views over the garden. In the large kitchen, the family can eat and be together. Also on the ground floor, a cosy snug, and the family bathroom. On the first floor are two comfortable double bedrooms, one of which has a king-size bed.

01244 746614

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01244 746614

Picture perfect Appletree Cottage is a semi-detached, thatched cottage set within the Dartmoor National Park, nestled beneath Haytor in the very pretty and peaceful hamlet of Higher Brimley.From the rose filled cottage garden with its thatched summerhouse and apple trees, are outstanding far-reaching views towards Bovey Tracey and the Teign Valley.Inside, the cottage is filled with character and period features, including thick cob walls, original leaded windows, beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces housing two woodburning stoves.Perfect for a romantic getaway or a break with friends.Views over the garden from the window seats in the lounge are just lovely, and, in the very well equipped kitchen there is a large farmhouse table for enjoying meals together.Also on the ground floor is a cosy snug, and the bathroom and on the first floor are two comfortable double bedrooms, one of which has a king-size bed.Summary
Ground Floor: Lounge
Snug/Reading Room
Kitchen/Diner
Bathroom with bath, shower and washbasin
Separate WC with washbasin
Store with separate WC and washbasin
First Floor: Bedroom 1 with king-size bed
Bedroom 2 with double bed.
Night storage, and underfloor heating with wood burning stoves
Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer
TV/DVD, Wi-Fi
Bed linen and towels included free of charge
Off road parking for 2 cars
Terraced garden with lawn and furniture
Regret no pets
No smoking
Shop 1 mile, pub 1.5 miles
Note: The door on the woodburners will need to be closed at all times when in use
Note: Drops in garden, therefore property not suitable for young children
Note: The garden includes steps and the property is therefore not suitable for people with limited mobility.

Key info

No Pets, Available All Year, WiFi, Parking, Garden, Thatched, Real fire

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Top Tip

Nestled in the valley of the River Bovey is this stunning little town known as "The Gateway to the Moor". Bovey Tracey got its name from the meandering river that flows through it, with 'Tracey' representing the family that were the lords of the manor after the Norman Conquest. It has a great history with heavy involvement in the English Civil War which resulted in the name of the town's pub "The Cromwell Arms" which serves real ale and good food. The history of the town can be discovered in the Heritage Centre, with the Dartmoor National Park Authority also nearby. Bovey Tracey offers a selection of shops and cafés along with the stunning Mill Marsh Park and the Dartmoor Whisky Distillery which offers guided tours. The town comes just outside of the Dartmoor National Park which provides seemingly endless walking and cycling paths along with incredible scenery. The market town of Newton Abbot sits nearby, offering a fantastic day out with charming buildings and a good range of amenities. The beautiful city of Exeter is also within driving distance, and if a day at the seaside is what you're after then take a trip to Teignmouth.

Image by Louis Tripp

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