Dairy Cottage is a charming cottage located in a rural location within the quiet hamlet of Weston. The property is an annexe to Leigh Farm, but does have its own front door, private garden, and parking space. Dairy Cottage, which is for two people, is well presented throughout with a co-ordinated sophisticated colour scheme.
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A good level of quality & facilities
Consistently high levels of quality & facilities
Exceptional quality throughout
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Dairy Cottage is a self-contained annex of a detached house in the hamlet of Weston, which is just off the South West Coast Path and the Jurassic coast. Enjoy a peaceful and relaxing stay in the countryside, whether that's exploring the nearby walking trails and beaches, or visiting nearby attractions.
The cottage is just for two and your dog is more than welcome.
Step in to the open plan living area with wooden flooring, a well-equipped kitchen and dining area.
A door leads to an inner hall with storage cupboard and stairs leading to the first floor.
Bedroom: A double aspect bedroom with a king size bed and lovely views over the countryside and Donkey Sanctuary fields. En-suite shower room with large walk in shower and WC.
Dairy Cottage has a small private patio & seating area along with use of the next door owners large garden.
Parking: There is off road private parking for 1 car next to the property.
The Donkey Sanctuary is on the doorstep, with acres of lovely fields to walk around and see the donkeys. Weston Beach, a long and unspoilt pebble beach is a short 15-minute walk down the valley (longer coming back up!). The Fountain Head Pub in Branscombe is also within walking distance or a 5-minute drive. Nearby attractions include the Norman Lockyer observatory, The Donkey Sanctuary, Otterton Mill, Stuart Line Cruises, Seaton Tramway and RSPB Nature reserves. There are also delicious restaurants to taste the best of the South West Produce such as The Masons Arms, The Pig at Combe, The River Exe Cafe and Lympstone Manor.
Please note, you may find the internet connection patchy at times due to its remote countryside location.
Facts & Features
- Accessibility guide available
- Cooker & Hob
- Fridge with freezer compartment
- UK TV
- Washing Machine
- Central Heating
- Car Parking
- Bathroom Towels
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen
- Tumble Dryer
- King Size Bed Available
- Walk In Shower
No. of Pets
Quality In Tourism Grading
- 4 Star Orange
Clean, Safe & Legal
- Clean, Safe & Legal
Travel information to Devon
By car: From the A3052 Exeter to Lyme Regis road at the Bowd Inn take the B3175 turning towards Sidmouth.
By bus: From Exeter bus station take number 9 bus to Sidmouth Triangle. Approximately 50 minutes.
By train: The closest train station is Honiton. Approximately 15 minutes away.
By plane: The closest airport is Exeter International. Approximately 30 minutes
Local taxi company: Peak Taxis Sidmouth