Burrow Hill Cottage
Located in Hemyock
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pet Friendly: 2
This wonderful cottage is quietly tucked away in the English countryside in one of the finest areas of Britain known as the Blackdown Hills, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Offering all the modern comforts of home, this fabulous cottage is welcoming and furnished to a high standard with everything you would need for a memorable holiday. This delightful property has a well equipped kitchen which leads through to a comfortable and inviting lounge with a wood burner and unlimited logs and fuel to make for a cosy retreat in the country. With such close proximity to nature it is most likely that you will see Red Deer on the doorstep and in the evening hear a chorus of Owls, along with bats on the wing and enjoy amazingly clear views of the night sky.
Burrow Hill Cottage enjoys a peaceful 'hidden away' location but is only a short walk from the rural village of Hemyock with its convenient amenities. Idyllic, unspoilt and enjoying privacy and its own garden. The area is perfect for dog lovers and the property allows the freedom to roam in the owners fields immediatley adjacent. The location offers miles of footpaths and bridleways and has a feel of adventure and exploration with the addition of two pubs, easily reached by foot. For the keen hiker and dog lover there is Wellington Monument and Beacon to be reached, a very enjoyable trip. In addition there is a small castle and the local amenities at Hemyock village means you can stock up without travellling too far. There are centuries of history to discover from Iron Age hillforts to World War II sites and famous Landmarks in between. If peace and quiet, along with stunning countryside is your thing, Burrow Hill Cottage will not dissapoint you.
Entrance door leads to a new kitchen, well equipped with oven, ceramic hob, fridge, small freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Door to the living room with two sofas, Flat-screen 40inch HDTV, DVD, Amazon Prime TV, Woodburner and an unlimited supply of logs. Separate dining room with table and chairs to seat four guests and sofa. French doors from the lounge lead to the deck area and garden. Large ground floor wetroom with W.C and washbasin. The stairs lead to Bedroom 1 with King size bed and flatscreen TV. Bedroom 2 with zip link twin 3 ft beds (can be made as a super king-size bed on request) and flatscreen TV. Hairdryers in each room. Family bathroom with bath, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Large garden and deck area with outdoor dining table and chairs and use of a gas barbecue (guests are asked to clean this following its use). The large garden is laid mainly to grass with trees and the surrounding fields for guest use as well. The boundaries are Devon banks planted with hedging and wildflowers giving an enclosed garden. The decking attached to the Cottage offers a partly secure area for dogs and young children. A pet should be accompanied when in the garden.
Plenty of parking for multiple cars.
- Included: All bed linen, extra-large bath towels and Bathrobes are provided, (please bring your own beach towels), WiFi, electricity, central heating and an unlimited supply of logs for the wood burner. Cot and high chair. Can sleep an additional child on put up bed in the super king-size room (family room).
- Pets: Up to two well-behaved dogs welcome in public areas of the property only (not bedrooms). Pet Charge: £30.00 per pet per week.
- Smoking: Not permitted.
- Telephone: Mobile reception fair to good depending upon network.
- Local Facilities: Hemyock village: 1 mile with post office/shop. Spar shop, doctors surgery and vet practice.
- Pub: 1 mile walk.
- Beaches: Sidmouth 18 miles, Beer and Branscombe 20 miles or 30 minutes drive
- Supermarkets of Waitrose and Asda 7 miles of at Wellington.
Hemyock is the largest village on the Blackdown Hills near the towns of Honiton and Wellington. Surrounded by hills and trees and offering a variety of country walks, the village is an area of outstanding beauty and near National trust property. The village has a pub- The Catherine Wheel serving traditional home-cooked food, a cafe which also serves fish and chips, a post office and the local supermarket. The village also has a petrol station. This is a destination perfect for those wanting a rural retreat but close to larger towns. We have a great collection of Hemyock self-catering cottages from which you can enjoy the area.