The lounge area is the perfect back drop for catching up with friends
Plenty of games to keep you busy on those rainy days
A comfy seat for everyone
The original fireplace taking centre stage in this listed building
The swap box for our four-legged friends
The well-equipped kitchen
The open-plan dining space is the perfect back drop for dinner with friends
Enjoy supper with friends and family
Enjoy afternoon tea within this delightful cottage
The master bedroom which boasts a king-size bed
Sink into the pure linen bedding within this stylish room
A bedroom fit for any prince or princess
Beautifully furnished
Light and bright bathroom
Light and airy single room
Enjoy a peaceful nights sleep
Traditional touches within the bathroom
Mind your head
Access to the annexe bedroom
A funky converted barn space offering a king-size bed
Perfect space for teenagers or couples wanting a bit more privacy
A great base for exploring all that North Devon has to offer
Dog friendly beach (all year round) Saunton Sands a short drive away
A view towards this remarkable Grade II listed building
1 / 28  The lounge area is the perfect back drop for catching up with friends
2 / 28  Plenty of games to keep you busy on those rainy days
3 / 28  A comfy seat for everyone
4 / 28  The original fireplace taking centre stage in this listed building
5 / 28  The swap box for our four-legged friends
6 / 28  The well-equipped kitchen
7 / 28  The open-plan dining space is the perfect back drop for dinner with friends
8 / 28  Enjoy supper with friends and family
9 / 28  Enjoy afternoon tea within this delightful cottage
10 / 28  The master bedroom which boasts a king-size bed
11 / 28  Sink into the pure linen bedding within this stylish room
12 / 28  A bedroom fit for any prince or princess
13 / 28  Beautifully furnished
14 / 28  Light and bright bathroom
15 / 28  Light and airy single room
16 / 28  Enjoy a peaceful nights sleep
17 / 28  Traditional touches within the bathroom
18 / 28  Mind your head
19 / 28  Access to the annexe bedroom
20 / 28  A funky converted barn space offering a king-size bed
21 / 28  Perfect space for teenagers or couples wanting a bit more privacy
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25 / 28  A great base for exploring all that North Devon has to offer
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27 / 28  Dog friendly beach (all year round) Saunton Sands a short drive away
28 / 28  A view towards this remarkable Grade II listed building

Braunton Cobb Cottage,

Braunton, Devon
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 3
4
star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Situated on the edge North Devon’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Braunton Burrows and Crow point are a perfect spot for a scenic walk
  • Your 4-legged friend will feel right at home with toys, towels, leads and bowls provided. Their very own large enclosed garden, and just a short break to nearby dog friendly beaches
  • Grade 11 listed cottage built in traditional “cob” fashion during the 17th century, with the original fireplace taking centre stage in this listed building
  • Located in the centre of Braunton with a choice of pubs, shops, restaurants and beaches; within easy reach such as Croyde, Saunton and Woolacombe
Property code: 77425

Lovely Grade II listed property built during the 17th Century and was originally owned by the Earl of Devon. Located in the heart of Braunton with its pubs, shops, restaurants and beaches.

Located in the centre of the village, you will be within easy reach of an array of shops, restaurants, pubs, and park. Just outside the town, Braunton Burrows and Crow Point provides a lovely backdrop for scenic seaside walks and a short drive away Saunton Sands boasts an expansive sandy beach. Further afield, sand, sea and surf can be enjoyed at Croyde, Putsborough and Woolacombe. Walking enthusiasts will also be spoilt for choice with the nearby South West Coast Path, taking you across the spectacular headland to Baggy Point and the rugged walks around Mortehoe. Other places of interest nearby include The Tarka trail a haven for cyclists, historic Barnstaple, with its pannier market, Exmoor National Park and the seaside resort of Ilfracombe.

This stunning Grade II listed cob cottage has been lovingly restored while embracing a stylish and vibrant look and feel with plenty of character and quirky touches. It was one of the earliest dwellings in the village and still retains many of its original features like the inglenook fireplace with baker’s oven, ancient oak beams and barn doors. The cosy lounge with original beams has comfy seating for everyone and is the perfect place to snuggle up in front of the converted gas wood burner and watch a film on the Smart TV with Netflix or on the DVD player, listen to your favourite tunes on the docking station or get the whole family involved in a good old fashioned board game. There is a display cabinet in the lounge with cocktail making supplies including shaker, glasses and cocktail recipe books. Heading further into the property is the open-plan kitchen/diner, filled with light thanks to the semi glazed roof you can enjoy the views out over the rear courtyard, garden and beyond. The kitchen area has absolutely everything you need to cook those tried and tested family recipes with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge and dishwasher plus a range of picnic ware. The dining area has seating for everyone and is ideal to have a relaxed family meal. Heading up to the first floor you will find the master bedroom with double bed, and two single bedrooms. The fourth bedroom, a king-size is located in the separate annex accessed via external steps, a funky converted barn space perfect for teenagers or couples wanting a bit more privacy, also in the annex is a washing machine and tumble dryer. The bathroom with shower over bath and WC completes the accommodation.

Step outside into the rear enclosed garden onto a lovely sheltered deck area with seating for everyone and a charcoal BBQ, fire pit, blankets and fairy lights. Old stone steps lead up past the annex and onto an impressive very large lawn area with orchard and little summer house. A two-man hammock and sun loungers are provided as well as a selection of outdoor games, body boards, a basketball hoop, paddling pool and croquet for the family to enjoy. There is no parking in-front of the house, but there is roadside parking (subject to availability) or several car parks (charges apply) are just a short walk from the property.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 4 bedrooms – 1 double, 2 singles and 1 king size (in annex)
  • 1 bathroom
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge and dishwasher
  • Utility area in the annex with washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Gas-fired converted wood burner
  • Electric, central heating and electric heater in annexe included
  • Roadside parking (subject to availability or main car park (charges apply)
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Shops and pubs within walking distance, beach within a 10 minute drive
  • Smart TV With Netflix, DVD player, docking station in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ and fire pit available
  • Annex accessed via external steps - fourth bedroom king-size please note no separate bathroom facilities
  • Please note due to the age of the property there are various internal steps between rooms and low beams

Sarah Greenwood

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Sarah.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 2 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Marcus, 12th September 2020

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Central - great shops, bars/restaurants around. SQ, Squires fish & chips & Siam Bistro were great. Can buy anything needed at the Coop which is a two minute walk. Facilities - everything you need for humans and doggie friends! Lovely walks - recreation area two mins away for a quick walk with the dog, plenty of dog friendly beaches a short drive awRead moreay. Parking - can be difficult roadside, may need to pay but that is noted in details when booking. Traffic busy even in September. Hide

Reviewed by John, 29th December 2019

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The lounge area is the perfect back drop for catching up with friends
Plenty of games to keep you busy on those rainy days
A comfy seat for everyone
The original fireplace taking centre stage in this listed building
The swap box for our four-legged friends
The well-equipped kitchen
The open-plan dining space is the perfect back drop for dinner with friends
Enjoy supper with friends and family
Enjoy afternoon tea within this delightful cottage
The master bedroom which boasts a king-size bed
Sink into the pure linen bedding within this stylish room
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Location

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