Sleeps up to 3
The Coach House
This traditional coach house has access to an extensive garden and sleeps up to three people in two bedrooms
The Coach House stands in the grounds of a handsome former Vicarage in the unspoiled village of Broadwoodwidger.Situated at the end of a quarter-mile private drive, this detached property dating back to the 19th century is a haven of peace and quiet.You are welcome to explore the surrounding 3 acres of grounds from which there are spectacular views of the local Devon countryside.The Coach House has a cosy lounge/diner with wooden floors and a wood burning stove.Pretty window seats look over your own private, gated garden with table and chairs.Also on the ground floor is a neat kitchen and recently refurbished bathroom.On the first floor are two bedrooms; the light and airy master double and a single room with distant views over the adjacent fields.The Coach House is ideal for walkers and those who love to spend time outside.Nearby Roadford Lake offers an array of watersports, angling, cycling, walking trails and a lakeside cafe with stunning views.Close to the Devon/Cornwall border, this is an ideal location for visiting both counties.Summary
Ground Floor: Lounge/Dining Room
Bathroom with bath, shower, WC and washbasin
First Floor: Bedroom 1 with double bed
Bedroom 2 with single bed.
Electric cooker, fridge, microwave
Washing machine, tumble dryer
Stairgate available on request
Bed linen and towels included free of charge
Off road parking for two cars
Enclosed, lawned garden
One pet accepted
Shop/Pub 4 miles.
Available All Year, Short breaks, Dog friendly, Parking, Garden, No children under 12
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