Located in South Molton, Devon
This ground floor, detached barn conversion is set on a working farm near South Molton and sleeps two people.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Jack’s Nest is a ground floor, detached barn conversion on a working farm six miles from South Molton. The cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom. There is also a bathroom with a shower and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. With wide doorways and laminate wood flooring throughout, this property may be suitable for wheelchair users. With wonderful countryside views, Jack’s Nest is a fantastic pet-friendly property for couples looking to relax and enjoy the area.
This delightful detached single-storey barn conversion has an open plan living area, double bedroom and bathroom. The wide doorways and laminated wooden floors throughout make it ideal for wheelchair users, and the bathroom has a shower with seat and handrails making it easier to use for the less able. There are comfy leather sofas and modern furnishings, giving a welcoming feel and the wonderful countryside views give a sense of peace and relaxation.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Travel cot and highchair on request
- One guest bed shared between both properties available on request
- Off-road parking for 1 car
- Enclosed lawned garden with furniture and BBQ
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 3 miles
Poadmarsh Farm Cottages
South Molton 6 miles. These two detached holiday cottages are situated on the owners’ working sheep farm, on the edge of Exmoor, and close to the market town of South Molton in Devon. Approached along a private lane, the original 18th-century barn conversions have been renovated with much care to provide a welcoming and comfortable home from home. Both of these delightful cottages provide a convenient base for families and friends who wish to explore the wonderful Exmoor National Park and North Devon coast. Jack’s Nest is all on one level and may be suitable for less able guests with fabulous views across the farm meadows, providing a quiet setting for a holiday for two within this part of Devon. Owl’s Nest, on the other hand, is a two-storey cottage sleeping four people. This welcoming cottage is surrounded by green meadows and has far-reaching views towards Exmoor, making it a peaceful place to stay. Outside, both cottages have their own enclosed lawned garden and BBQ area. The friendly owners welcome guests to lend a hand on the farm, so why not have a go at bottle-feeding the newborn lambs in springtime or discover the footpaths that lead from the farm through the lovely landscape providing easy walks from your door. The location is perfect for those who would like to explore the area; with Exmoor, just across the valley, you can enjoy a variety of landscapes, exhilarating walks, an abundance of wildlife and cosy pubs. The stunning North Devon coastline is just a 30-minute drive and offers rocky coves; sandy beaches and everything in-between; surfing, hiking, rook pooling, crabbing or simply relaxing! A 10-minute drive takes you to the town of South Molton, with its well-known pannier market selling local produce, Quince Honey, a family run working bee farm, Melchior Chocolates and a good selection of independent shops, pubs and cafés. Jack’s Nest and Owl’s Nest provide quality accommodation with a huge welcome in a stunning rural setting.
South Molton is a market town known as the Gateway to Exmoor and is perfectly located for not only exploring the National Park but the North Devon coastline as well with Combe Martin, Ilfracombe and Woolacombe all under 25 miles away. Every Thursday and Sunday the Country Market hosts 70 local businesses selling locally produced foods, plants and flowers, antiques as well as goods by local talented artists all under one roof. The town has a good choice of where to eat out and a free museum detailing the local history. The newly opened Quince Honey Farm is already a must-visit with a typical comment being I never knew bees could be so interesting! The nearby Castle Hill Estate has stunning views with an equally stunning 50 acres of garden, a great cafe and is also dog-friendly so everyone can enjoy the walks.