|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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This Grade II listed thatched cottage is in the small working village of Bishops Nympton,home to wildlife photographer and presenter Johnny Kingdom. It featured briefly in the recent series 'Johnny's New Kingdom'.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside,The Pottery sleeps 4.The ground floor is open plan with lounge,dining and kitchen areas. There is an open fire.TV with freeview,video and DVD. The Kitchen has an electric oven and hob,fridge and microwave.Stairs to first floor. 2 bedrooms,both with double beds,wardrobes and chests of drawers.Bathroom with shower and bath. Electric storage heating throughout. Enclosed rear cottage garden with patio area(table & 4 chairs and lighting).Up one step to further garden with colourful flower beds,built in barbecue and more seating..Close to Exmoor and North Devon beaches
Available for holidays/ romantic weekend breaks . One small dog allowed.
3 miles from the market town of South Molton.
The cottage itself is beautiful. It is very clean and well equipped with everything you need. We loved sitting in the garden enjoying the view and had a couple of BBQ's too.
We also made the most of the open fire as the week we were there wasn't fantastic weather wise but this just made it even more cosy in the evenings. Tony and Viv gave us some fab information before we went and didn't mind us contacting them briefly to ask a question whilst we were there. The village is lovely too and everyone seemed really friendly. If you take a dog with you, there is a dog walk we were told about - look out for the VW bonnet 5 mins drive from the village - it takes you through some woods and to a stream. Any local would be able to direct you.
I would highly recommend and we can't wait to go again.
This is a darling little cottage in a chocolate box English village. Didn't get a sun tan so lit the fire in the evenings. Very cozy. Low beams so remember to duck! Owners have obviously put a lot of thought into making this a lovely experience with lots of nice little touches. Village church very welcoming if you like that sort of thing. We will definitely book again.
Really well presented with many thoughtful touches. We spent a memorable Christmas at The Pottery; charming, clean and cosy! Roaring log fires and roasted chestnuts
- couldn't have asked for more. Hopefully we can stay in
The summer and enjoy the lovely countryside . Highly recommended from
A veteran cottage renter!
Thoroughly gorgeous cottage in a beautiful village location. Everybody in the village was friendly and we visited the Community shop a few times, where they were very helpful.
Tony and Viv are very organised and there was plenty of information about how everything in the cottage worked as well as places to go and places to eat in the area.
We thoroughly enjoyed the scones, cream and jam that Viv and Tony had thoughtfully left for us to enjoy, which was great after a long journey.
The week we spent in the cottage was very relaxing and peaceful and it was nice to sit on the sofa in front of a real fire, which Tony and Viv had left made up, just in case it turned a little chilly. Of course, we had to try it out a couple of times!!
During our stay, the weather was warm and we spent a few days on the wonderful beaches of Woolacombe, Croyde and Instow. We enjoyed meals at The Coaching Inn at South Molton (Sunday carvery, a must), The Mill Inn at Bish Mill (very tasty meals) and Williams Arms at Braunton (quite large portions, but reasonably priced).
We would definitely recommend this charming thatched cottage and we can't wait to return.
We had a great time at the Pottery, a lovely cottage in an equally lovely village. We especially enjoyed the log fire, outside space and comfy sitting room. Tony and Viv gave us some great recommendations for local pubs and restaurants, as well as walks, which were spot on.
Unser Aufenthalt hat uns gut gefallen! Alles war sauber und ordentlich. Das Duschen war etwas schwierig, aber bei einem Haus aus dem 17. Jh. auch nicht anders möglich. Es gab viele Informationen, Prospekte, Wanderführer u.ä. im Haus. Sogar W-Lan war vorhanden.
Die Besitzer haben uns schon vor der Anreise sehr freundlich und witzig über alles informiert incl. Anfahrtsbeschreibung. Das war super! So konnte der Urlaub gleich beginnen.
Located in the beautiful countryside of North Devon,Bishops Nympton is a working village near the market town of South Molton.The village has an excellent village shop and post office 400 yards away, by the new village hall . It has a church,St Marys which dates back to the12th century.You can often enjoy the peal of church bells.There are plenty of walks nearby and Johnny Kingdom runs his Exmoor Safaris from the village.A Devon Cream tea is a must during your stay and local ones are well advertised.Market days in South Molton are Thursdays and Saturdays where you can purchase vegetables,dairy produce,meat,fish and various country craft items.Barnstaple is only 10 miles away for more shopping.There are many houses and gardens to visit nearby including Arlington Court,Knighthayes Court,Rosemoor and even Dunster Castle.The nearest beach is Instow with Appledore across the water.Clovelly is quaint. Surf beaches are a little farther on at Saunton Sands,Croyde and Woolacombe.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
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|Refundable Damage Deposit||£50|
A deposit of 1/3 of the total price is required to secure a property. The balance is due six weeks before arrival.
For bookings arriving within 6 weeks, payment must be made in full. Contact the owner for payment details.
Short breaks (min. 3 nights) are accepted where shown. There are no hidden extras.
Shorter breaks over Easter and Christmas may be available - call the owner to discuss