A mile from Bridestowe, on a quiet country lane and surrounded by a charming smallholding (ducks, chickens), a lovely cottage carefully created from one end of the owners’ thick-walled ancient home. Three steps up to your own enclosed garden with long countryside views to Dartmoor’s highest points, patio (table/chairs) and shed (tumble drier).
Inside, considerately furnished with some wonderfully knobbly walls. Three steps up to front door into neatly fitted kitchen (slimline dishwasher, microwave, small fridge-freezer, electric cooker); step up to boot space and area for coats with washing machine and smart bathroom (suite, shower over bath). From kitchen, pretty living/dining room with large inglenook (woodburner), window seat, TV/DVD and central 5'8" beam. Door to stairs up to good-sized double bedroom (5’ bed, TV). Spring water. A super, romantic bolt hole for exploring Dartmoor’s wild fringes or further afield.
This was our first visit to Dartmoor which we thoroughly enjoyed. The cottage was very comfortable and well equipped - and the weather was (mostly) kind.