Within 1 mile of Sidmouth, this characterful cottage is one of three, that has been carefully converted from a range of barns to provide high quality holiday accommodation. Bulverton was originally part of the Manor of Sidmouth, once owned by the Monks of St Michael. Sheldrake cottage was originally an 18th century corn mill, while Grebe and Pintail cottages formed part of the early Victorian farm buildings. Adjacent to the owner's delightful home, the cottages enjoy a south facing aspect, each one having a private patio with garden furniture overlooking the large shared garden and surrounding countryside, an ideal place for relaxing on warm summer evenings.
This cottage has a traditional layout with bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. Level entrance into spacious, bright and airy living room with outlook over the garden. Modern oak fitted kitchen with dining area. Stairs to first floor. Two pretty bedrooms with exposed beams and outlook over the garden. One bedroom with a double bed second bedroom with twin beds. Bathroom with shower over bath and W.C. Private patio area with garden furniture and BBQ. Use of delightful mature grounds.
Facts & Features
- Cooker & Hob
- Fridge/ freezer
- DVD Player
- UK TV
- Washing Machine
- Central Heating
- Car Parking
- Bathroom Towels
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen
- King Size Bed Available
- Walking Distance to Town Centre
No. of Pets
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