Mill House Barn
Located in , Devon
This dear little detached cottage is situated near the Devon village of South Tawton and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Mill House Barn is a dear little detached cottage converted from a barn in the tiny hamlet of Taw Green near the Devon village of South Tawton. The cottage sleeps two people in a double bedroom with a bathroom. On the same level is an open plan living space with a seating area with wood burning stove, dining area and kitchen. Outside is a shared lawn garden beside the River Taw with table and chairs and a bench. Just over a mile from the village, Mill House Barn is a lovely retreat for a couple to enjoy a holiday in Devon.
In the pretty little hamlet of Taw Green, 1½ miles from South Tawton is this dear little detached cottage converted from a barn behind a mill house. Head up the stone steps into the open plan living space, all warm and cosy with a wood-burning stove, lofty ceiling and attractive paintings and furnishings. You will sleep peacefully in the comfortable double bedroom on the same level. Sit out and enjoy the sun and the peace in the shared garden beside the River Taw, with its table and chairs and bench. This is lovely countryside for walking, with Dartmoor nearby for getting your pulse racing heading to the top of tors. Pretty little villages with friendly old inns abound and the cathedral city of Exeter has everything you could wish for in the shape of restaurants and shops. With its wonderful rural setting, Mill House Barn is a fabulous tranquil retreat for couples to enjoy.
- Central heating with wood burning stove
- Microwave, fridge, washer-dryer, dishwasher, TV with DVD
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Cot and highchair available on request
- Off-road parking for one car
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Note: Babes in arms only due to the proximity of the river
The small village of Sticklepath lies along an old ridgeway path within the northern boundary of the Dartmoor National Park and is home to a handful of shops, two traditional pubs serving good food and the fascinating Museum of Rural Industry