Mill Bridge House
Located in Barnstaple, Devon
This detached house is situated near Barnstaple, Devon, and can sleep eight people in four bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 3
Mill Bridge House is a homely cottage located near the village of Barnstaple, Devon. Hosting four bedrooms; a double with en-suite, a double, and two twins, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to eight people. Inside you will also find a cloakroom, kitchen, utility, dining room, sitting room with a wood burner, and a conservatory. To the outside is off-road parking for three cars, and an enclosed rear garden with patio, furniture, lawn area and barbecue. In a lovely setting with plenty to explore around the area, Mill Bridge House is a superb property in a unique part of England.
This detached cottage is situated near the village of Barnstaple, where a little further afield you can discover Exmoor National Park, the South West Coast Path and Tarka Trail. Equally perfect for families or friends, Mill Bridge House is a home away from home, allowing three well-behaved pets to accompany you on your visit.
Upon entering the retreat, you will discover a bright lounge with cosy leather sofas and a woodburning stove, as well as French doors which open up to a conservatory with garden views. Beyond this, the well-equipped kitchen is beautifully presented, housing a collection of appliances, with a neighbouring utility. The charming dining room provides access to the garden, ideal for a social evening with your loved ones. There are also two separate WC's on the ground floor. Upstairs, the bedrooms await, each neutrally styled, with options for all the family, and several bringing you more views of the pleasant garden. A family bathroom completes the accommodation, with a shower over the bath.
Stepping outside, an expansive enclosed cottage garden waits to be enjoyed and this comprises a gently sloping lawn, fenced pond, garden furniture and a barbecue.
Close proximity to the A39 makes it a great base for touring, walkers can enjoy nearby South West Coast Path and Exmoor, along with the expansive sandy beaches at Saunton, Croyde and Woolacombe a short drive away. Barnstaple is a traditional Devon coastal town with a pannier market, shops, restaurants and bars, along with two fabulous sandy beaches, which are popular with surfers and families. Barnstaple lies at the end of the magnificent Tarka Line railway journey, which takes you through the spectacular North Devon.
For a comfortable place to stay, choose Mill Bridge House.
- Gas central heating with wood-burner (first basket of logs included)
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TV with Freeview, DVD players, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire included in rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in rent
- Travel cot and highchair
- Off-road parking for 3/4 cars
- Enclosed rear garden with patio, furniture, lawn area and BBQ
- Three well-behaved dogs are welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Beach 10 miles, pub and village shop within walking distance
- Note: Garden is approached via a couple of steps so please kindly be mindful of drop back down
Barnstaple is the largest town of North Devon, set on the River Taw, and dating back more than a thousand years. Steeped in history, you can still see parts of the original Norman castle and the 13th-century bridge and discover more in the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon. Today it is an important market town with a huge, enclosed Pannier Market that is open daily except Sundays with everything from fresh local produce to local artists work. So much to see and do in and around Barnstaple. Broomhill Sculpture Garden has 10 acres of wonderful grounds in which to discover over 300 sculptures by over 60 artists. Arlington Court is a Georgian mansion run by the National Trust with almost all rooms open to the public. Visit Saunton Sands with its huge beach or take a trip on the Tarka Line and see beautiful scenery all the way to Exeter on the Great Western Railway.