This elegant cottage, dog friendly cottage is in a peaceful location and sleeps up to 4 people in two bedrooms
One mile from the picturesque village of Stokeinteignhead in peaceful leafy lanes is Stable End. The cottage, originally an agricultural stable dating back to 1850 has been beautifully converted into a stylish holiday home. Bright, spacious and filled with thoughtful touches, on the ground floor you'll find a cosy living room with wood burning stove and handsome beamed ceilings. There is a smart country style kitchen/diner and utility room with all mod cons. On the first floor are two very pretty bedrooms, a double with an en-suite bathroom, which looks out over the nearby babbling brook and a twin bedded room with en-suite shower room. To the front of the cottage is a sunny, enclosed garden with private parking. Here you can while away the warm summer evenings surrounded by the gentle sounds of the surrounding countryside.
Amenities: Central heating and wood burning stove. Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, electric counter-top oven. Washing machine, tumble dryer. TV/DVD, WiFi. Cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. Bed linen and towels included free of charge. Off road parking for 1 car. Paved patio, BBQ. One pet accepted. No smoking. Shop/Pub 1 mile. Beach 2 miles.
Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea?
Town: Stokeinteignhead is a village in a valley near the south Devon coast. Filled with thatched cottages, the narrow streets house a pub, a shop, school and church. Nearby, Shaldon is a fishing village at the mouth of the River Teign, known for its cockles, mussels and salmon. With cottages, individual shops and narrow streets with cafés, Shaldon isa place to relax by the sea. Children love the beaches through Smugglers Tunnel, and adults and children will enjoy the botanical gardens and zoo, followed by a Devon cream tea. The Ness headland rises above the estuary, guarding the waters between Shaldon and Teignmouth, offering stunning views.