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A cosy cluster of cottages close to the sea on the Hartland Peninsula - The Granary (Sleeps 5 + cot)

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Overview

Property

Updated: 14-Feb-2017
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Garden
  • Barbecue
  • Pets considered
  • Dish washer
  • Washing machine
  • Towels provided
  • Linens provided
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Bookable online

Description

The Granary (Sleeps 5 + cot)

A former Shippon, over 200 years old, the Granary is on 2 floors with a private garden - with seating and barbecue - and views across farmland to the sea beyond.

This beamed cottage has:

Sitting room with an open fire in the inglenook fireplace, French doors leading to the small private garden with countryside and sea views. Digital TV, DVD and video.

Bathroom with separate shower cubicle, bath, WC and basin Shaving point.

Kitchen with electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and full range of units and equipment.

Dining room with table for 6.

Double bedroom with views to sea and countryside. Alarm clock. Hair dryer.

2nd bedroom - three single beds

Full oil central heating

Free drying facility on-site.

Full oil-fired central heating.

BBQ. Patio area with access to children's play area

More Details

About the property

E1597

A cosy, countryside cluster of self-catering farm cottages close to Hartland Abbey and a heart-thumpingingly wild stretch of the South West Coast Path. Very child and dog-friendly, with Atlantic views from the play area, pet animals, hot tub, sauna, woodburners, private outdoor spaces and barbecues.

An easy-going, secluded place for country lovers to unwind, with or without their children and dogs. Come for simple things like silence, clean Atlantic air, star-gazy skies and Scrabble by the fire. Walkers love the wild, craggy beauty of the South West Coast Path around the Hartland Peninsula. Surfers take to the waves at the slightest opportunity. Everyone gathers at Hartland Quay, for sunsets, swimming, and a pint at The Wreckers. And there’s plenty to visit too – Gardens, galleries – cream tea rooms of course - steeply cobbled Clovelly, and Lundy Island - a helicopter hop from the Point or a boat trip from Bideford.

About the Owner

Annie Shillito
Member since: 2015
Speaks French
Calendar last updated:
14 February, 2017

About Annie Shillito

The 6 of us: Annie Shillito & Quentin Craven, Vicky & Ian Irving and their young children, live in Cheristow Farmhouse and look after our guests in the cottages and the animals down by the pond. We've 3 cocker spaniels between us and your well-behaved dogs are very welcome too. We hope you will all enjoy being here and exploring the area as much as we do.

Annie Shillito purchased this cottage in 2015

Why Annie Shillito chose Torridge

We wanted to live somewhere wild and beautiful, yet not too far from a small town and engaging people - Cheristow fits the bill!

It's close to a craggily dramatic stretch of the South West Coast Path, not far from sandy beaches and the walk to Hartland, through ancient woods, takes about 20 minutes (to drive there takes 5)

What makes this cottage unique

We came here for simple things like silence, clean Atlantic air, star-gazy skies and the wild, craggy beauty of the South West Coast Path around the Hartland Peninsula. So, there's great walking and surfing, swimming and sunsets and there’s plenty to visit: gardens, galleries, cream tea rooms, steeply cobbled Clovelly, and Lundy Island - a helicopter hop from the Point or a boat trip from Bideford. We're 15 miles from both Bude and Bideford, 3 miles (10 minutes drive) off the A39; well-placed for exploring North Devon and North Cornwall.

Available Rentals

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Notes

Booking Notes:
2017 prices for 7 nights in The Granary cottage range from £445 to £995.

Rates are given too for the shortest stays possible - please contact us about longer short break rates as it's not possible to show every permutation.

Deposits are needed to confirm bookings and balance payments are due 10 weeks before the date of stay.
We ask for full payment at the time of booking when this is less than 10 weeks before the date of stay.
All major credit and debit cards accepted.

Changeover Day:
Changeover day depends on which cottage you choose and is either Friday (Linhay & Stables) or Saturday (Milking Parlour & Granary) though this is flexible out of the peak period 22/7/17 to 2/9/17.
Arrival time 4pm. Departure time 10am.

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Location

From the Owner

We wanted to live somewhere wild and beautiful, yet not too far from a small town and engaging people - Cheristow fits the bill! It's close to a craggily dramatic stretch of the South West Coast Path, not far from sandy beaches and the walk to Hartland, through ancient woods, takes about 20 minutes (to drive there takes 5)

Activity and Interests

Car: recommended

Coast/Beach:

30 minutes walk to SW coastal path and nearest beach, Berry, or 5 minutes drive. Hartland Quay is either a short drive or a fantastic walk along the coastal path. Takes approximately 60 minutes walking or 7 minutes by car. Hartland Village is a 20- minute walk through ancient Cheristow woods where bluebells and snowdrops abound in spring and rhododendrons later. The steeply cobbled fishing village of Clovelly is 6 miles away. Sandy beaches going towards Bude 15 miles or Bideford 15 miles

Travel:

Use of a car is not necessary although it helps!

Barnstaple has the nearest train station with links to Exeter. Tiverton Parkway is the nearest station for direct trains to London.

The nearest airports are at Exeter or Newquay.

Distances:

Nearest small town with shops and pubs is Hartland 1.8 miles / 5 minutes by car or 20 minutes walk through woodlands or 30 minute walk by road.

Further Details:

Hartland Abbey Gardens are a 5-minute walk from us. The Tarka Trail is 20-minute drive. We are within easy reach of many places of interest to visit either in Devon or Cornwall.

Well behaved pets are welcomed by arrangement and at a cost of - £25 per pet visit.

We have quite a few golf courses within easy reach of our cottages: Hartland Forest is our closest - 15-minutes' drive away. The Old Links course at the Royal North Devon Golf Club (Westwood Ho!) is the oldest golf course in England and a 20-minutes' drive away. Ivyleaf's nine hole course and driving range is 15-20 minutes drive, on the way to Bude which is around 25 minutes' drive and has it's own 18 hole links course. Holsworthy Golf Club is approximately 25-minutes' drive and has a scenic 18 hole parkland course with views of Dartmoor from the 10th tee! Saunton Sands Golf Club is about an hour away but is well worth the drive. They have two 18 hole championship courses which can both be played in a day if you're feeling energetic!

Facilities

From the Owner

We came here for simple things like silence, clean Atlantic air, star-gazy skies and the wild, craggy beauty of the South West Coast Path around the Hartland Peninsula. So, there's great walking and surfing, swimming and sunsets and there’s plenty to visit: gardens, galleries, cream tea rooms, steeply cobbled Clovelly, and Lundy Island - a helicopter hop from the Point or a boat trip from Bideford. We're 15 miles from both Bude and Bideford, 3 miles (10 minutes drive) off the A39; well-placed for exploring North Devon and North Cornwall.

Property Type

  • cottage

Theme

  • Family
  • Spa
  • Sports & Activities

General

  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room
  • Towels Provided
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Wood Stove

Kitchen

  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator

Dining

  • Dining
  • Dining Room

Entertainment

  • DVD Player
  • Stereo
  • Television

Pool / Spa

  • Sauna

Suitability

  • children welcome
  • pets considered ...

Location Type

  • beach
  • rural

Attractions

  • bay
  • botanical garden
  • churches
  • museums
  • restaurants
  • waterfalls

Leisure Activities

  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • cycling
  • fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • surfing
  • swimming

Bathrooms

  • Bathroom - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure

Bedrooms

  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Bedroom 1 - 1 Double Bed
  • Bedroom 2 - 3 Single Bed

Outside

  • Golf ...
  • Garden
  • Barbecue

Meals

  • Self-catering

Notes:

  • Notes on accommodation: Cots and highchairs available. Free use of sauna and spa on-site. Free use of laundry room - washing machine and dryer. Digital TV/Radio. Suitable for children of all ages. Heating - oil fired central heating Open fire (Granary), wood-burner (Milking Parlour) or pot-bellied stove (Stables). Logs, coal and charcoal provided Hair dryer, iron, ironing board in all cottages Cleaning Accessories Towels provided Bed linen provided Outside: Cheristow Cottages have grounds of 14.5 acres with views towards the village of Stoke and the sea. There is a play area with swings, slide, seating, sand pit and a variety of bats and balls. All cottages have their own garden/patio with barbecue and table and chairs. The sauna and spa are shared by all cottages but private whilst being used by individual cottages. We have a quiet setting which helps you to relax and get away from the bustling life of town.

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