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
Downstairs bedroom with en-suite shower room
Property feature
Master king-size bedroom leading up to twin bedroom
Twin bedroom accessed via open tread paddle stairs from master bedroom
Light and airy landing
Bunk bedroom
Twin bedroom features
Twin bedroom
Bathroom
Bathroom
Extensive grounds
Extensive grounds
Decked area with garden furniture
Toast marshmallows around the campfire
1 / 22  View towards the property
2 / 22  Spacious lounge area with woodburner
3 / 22  Lounge features
4 / 22  Cosy lounge area with woodburning stove, leading up to main lounge
5 / 22  Woodburning stove
6 / 22  Property feature
7 / 22  Dining area
8 / 22  Well equipped kitchen with Aga
9 / 22  Downstairs bedroom with en-suite shower room
10 / 22  Property feature
11 / 22  Master king-size bedroom leading up to twin bedroom
12 / 22  Twin bedroom accessed via open tread paddle stairs from master bedroom
13 / 22  Light and airy landing
14 / 22  Bunk bedroom
15 / 22  Twin bedroom features
16 / 22  Twin bedroom
17 / 22  Bathroom
18 / 22  Bathroom
19 / 22  Extensive grounds
20 / 22  Extensive grounds
21 / 22  Decked area with garden furniture
22 / 22  Toast marshmallows around the campfire

Wooda House,

Hartland (3mls SW), Devon
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 2
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

You don’t have to go far to discover the delights of the local area as this fantastic property offers direct access to the breathtaking cliffs and waterfall at Spekes Mill Mouth, which overlooks a secluded beach. The village of Hartland is only three miles away, where as well as the shops, Post Office and pubs, Hartland Quay is home to its museum and a history of shipwrecks, dwindling remains of which can be found on the beaches at Hartland Point. The area is teeming with places of interest; others include Clovelly, The Big Sheep, The Milky Way and the sandy beaches across the border in Cornwall. Docton Mill, famous for its ice cream can be found adjacent to the property.
The beautiful, extremely well-equipped property offers somewhere for a family or big group to base themselves during a holiday in Devon. Packed with lots of little details and plenty of facilities and activities, it has everything guests could possibly need. On the ground floor you will find the well-appointed kitchen with striking gas Aga taking centre stage. This is used for cooking and hot water but during the summer months will be switched off and hot water will be available via the immersion heater. The kitchen also offers an electric oven with halogen hob, microwave, American style fridge/freezer and all the useful extras you would expect. There is also a separate utility room with a Miele washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher – a useful spot for storing walking boots and wellies.  The lounge is a large galleried room reached via a few steps from a smaller lounge with woodburner and a large selection of books. There is a stairgate at the top of the steps in case you are bringing small children. The main lounge has a woodburner, TV/DVD, hi-fi, seating and a raised area ideal for relaxing amongst the cushions. The dining room also has an open fire and is complete with a dining room table seating up to 10 people and another selection of books. One of the five bedrooms can be found on the ground floor and offers a double with en-suite shower room with WC. Upstairs there is a further king- with access to a twin room via open-tread stairs with 2’6” beds and a low sloping ceiling. The upstairs also offers a further twin and one bunk bedroom with a TV for DVDs and video viewing – ideal for the children. There is a large bathroom with shower over bath, separate shower and WC, which is reached from the light and airy landing. Each room in the house has been finished with unique décor and lots of character. The adjoining garage has been transformed into a games room complete with a full size table tennis, table football and dart board. A further small room is perfect for youngsters to escape to and has a fridge, hi-fi and sofa.
The outside of this property a real treat for visitors. There is a decked area with garden furniture where you can relax in the sunshine but head off into the woods and you’ll find all kinds of delights. The garden is a mix of paths, bridges, lawns, woodland and a charming log seating area around a camp fire (weather permitting). The grounds lead down to an unfenced stream (you will need to beware with children) where wild brown trout can be caught.  There is hours of fun to be had exploring the extensive grounds of this wonderful property. There is parking for three cars.

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 Jolie.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 6 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.2
Overall equipment
4.2
Overall comfort
4.2
Overall location
4.5

Reviewed by Laura, 30th March 2018

The cottage is beautiful, however not particularly to our requirements layout-wise. The twin bedroom is only accessible from another bedroom; the bedrooms are noisy when people are in the dining and living room; the entryway is very crowded when 10 people are staying with shoes and boots and coats; the hot water runs out very quickly and when contaRead morecting the owner we were advised to have "1 minute showers", although we subsequently worked out the immersion heater. Hide

Reviewed by Ivy, 18th August 2017

Magical gardens, especially for children of all ages.

Reviewed by Colin, 28th July 2017

The highlight of this property is the location and access to the suburb coastal walks and the total peace and quiet.

Reviewed by Stephen, 30th June 2017

This was such a home from home. Really well equipped and with good quality furniture and kitchen items. Especially liked the squashy new patio furniture. Upstairs sitting room had lots of character and great views. Lovely rural location and beautiful gardens. Deck was a real suntrap. Tea rooms opposite were very handy! All in all we were very pleasRead moreed and felt privileged to have been trusted with what appeared to be the owners' private family retreat. Hide

Reviewed by Debbie, 5th May 2017

The garden and surrounding area are absolutely beautiful. We pretty much stayed at the house and garden all weekend. Walked down to the waterfall one late afternoon in the sunshine and it really was amazing. Would throughly recommend to anyone who just wanted time out away from it all. Just saw one or two cars a day!!

Reviewed by J, 28th April 2017

Young children need supervision when outside. Well equipped. Good layout. disabled people would struggle to enjoy this property and gardens.

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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
Downstairs 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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