Wooda House,

Hartland (3mls SW), North Devon
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
4
star
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Sky TV
Towels for hire
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Property code: WOODH

IDYLLIC PROPERTY, WONDERFUL VALLEY LOCATION, BEACH WALKING DISTANCE 0.75 MILES

This unique property, standing in its own 3 acres of garden and woodland, offers something for all the family. Bordering a stream that has yielded brown trout and glimpses of otters at play, kingfishers and the darting and diving of dippers.

With direct access to breathtaking cliffs and waterfall at Spekes Mill Mouth overlooking a secluded sand and rocky beach enjoyed by reef surfers and amateur prawn, crab and lobster fishermen. Hartland is 3 miles away offering a choice of pubs, shops and a Post Office. Places of interest nearby include Clovelly with its cobbled streets and Sandymouth, over the border in Cornwall, with 2 miles of sandy beach and rolling Atlantic waves. Hartland Quay with its museum and history of wreckers and shipwrecks, remains of which can still be found around the rocky beaches of Hartland Point. Other attractions such as The Big Sheep and The Milky Way offer excellent family entertainment and adjacent to the property is Docton MiIl, famous for its cream teas and award winning garden. Leisure facilities: the property's own grounds offer diversity with paths, bridges, lawns, woodland and a large log seating area around a camp fire (weather permitting). The grounds lead down to an unfenced stream (children beware) where wild brown trout can be caught. Games room: in a transformed garage with full size table tennis, table football and darts and a small room, for the young to escape from the adults, with a fridge, hi-fi and sofa.

The accommodation offers FIVE bedrooms: 1 downstairs double with en-suite shower room with WC, 1 king-size upstairs, with open-tread stairs leading to 1 twin with 2'6" beds and low sloping ceiling. 1 twin and 1 bunk bedroom with flatscreen TV for sole use of DVDs and videos. Bathroom: large with shower attachment over bath, separate shower, WC and heated towel rail. Lounge: a large galleried room up a few steps (stairgate at top) with woodburner, 48" flatscreen TV/DVD, full SkyHD+ package, MP3 compatible hi-fi, seating and raised area ideal for relaxing with lots of cushions. Second cosy lounge area ideal for quiet reading with woodburner and large selection of books. Dining room: with open fire (logs provided) and dining table seating up to 10. Kitchen: well-appointed and equipped with gas Aga (for cooking and hot water, however during the summer months the Aga will be switched off and hot water will be available via the immersion heater), electric cooker with halogen hob, microwave, American style fridge/freezer and many useful extras. Utility room: with Miele washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. A good spot for storing walking boots and wellies. Outside: extensive grounds for all to enjoy. Amenities: parking for 3 cars. Bed linen, electric and fuel included. Electric central heating. Wi-fi available. Towels available for hire. 2 well behaved, medium sized dogs welcome. Regret no smoking. Telephone (with honesty box for calls made). Additional info: natural spring water from borehole filtered through the most up to date equipment, giving the purest water. Please use non-bio and eco friendly products, £100 security deposit applies and is payable direct to the owner 2 weeks prior to arrival. Caution must be taken with children due to unfenced stream and mill pond. Location: beach at Spekes Mill 15 minutes walk, pubs and small shops 3 miles. Arrival: 4pm.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

This property has been let with us for over 10 years and is managed by Kim.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4
Overall equipment
4.3
Overall comfort
4.5
Overall location
4.5

Reviewed by Anastasia, 30th December 2016

Beautiful House in the middle of nowhere. Great for relaxation, walking and enjoying the garden and stream. The owner has left it as a home so you really feel like a guest in a cosy environment. Milk and mince pies on arrival to get us over our long trip. Nice touch. Will definitely visit again

Reviewed by Jacquie, 23rd December 2016

Everything about this cottage was perfect. I can honestly say this was the best cottage we have ever stayed in. We are going to look for a place in Devon and will be rebooking this cottage as a base for our search when it happens. I have already recommended it to several friends. I cannot rate it highly enough 10 stars would not do this justice.

Reviewed by Julie, 22nd July 2016

A very well equipped and spacious property. Lovely garden and outside space. A cake and carton of milk when we arrived was a thoughtful touch.

Reviewed by gill, 8th April 2016

lovely cottage, beautiful location - but unpleasant smell of dogs in lounge. suggest deep cleaning required after doggy guests - although it could just have been irresponsible guests before us as they'd also forgotten to leave the key behind!!

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Photos

View towards the property
Spacious lounge area with woodburner
Lounge features
Cosy lounge area with woodburning stove, leading up to main lounge
Woodburning stove
Property feature
Dining area
Well equipped kitchen with Aga
Dounstairs bedroom with en-suite shower room
Property feature
Master king-size bedroom leading up to twin bedroom
Show 10 moreTwin bedroom accessed via open tread paddle stairs from master bedroom

Location

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