Steddaford Cottage is a welcoming and comfortable 17th-century character cottage, quietly tucked away yet just a stone’s throw from the centre of Sticklepath.
Steddaford Cottage is a welcoming and comfortable 17th century character cottage, quietly tucked away yet just a stone’s throw from the centre of the village. The reverse level accommodation benefits from a spacious open plan living space with a woodburning stove, high ceilings and exposed beams and downstairs there are two spacious bedrooms and a large family bathroom.
Conveniently located on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park is the charming village of Sticklepath, perhaps best known for the annual Sticklepath Fire Show but also boasts a popular tea room, village stores and two dog-friendly pubs both of which serve good food. In addition, the village is also home to the National Trust’s Finch Foundry with its fascinating 19th century water-powered forge. Just 4 miles away lies the popular market town of Okehampton with a good selection of cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and shops.
With the famous Tarka Trail offering miles of footpaths and cycle paths on the doorstep and the A30 just 2 miles distant giving easy access, this cottage is perfectly situated to make the most of exploring the surrounding area and indeed the whole of the West Country. Steddaford Cottage offers the perfect retreat for a holiday, whatever the time of year.
Ground floor front door to hallway with stairs to first floor and further door to inner hall. Bedroom One with 4ft 6 double bed. Bedroom Two with 4ft 6 double bed and 3ft single bed. Family Bathroom with WC, basin, walk-in shower cubicle, bath with hand-held shower attachment and heated towel rail. The first floor comprises an open plan kitchen/living/dining space. Lounge area with large windows overlooking a residential part of the village, 2 sofas, Sky smart TV with DVD player. Dining area with table to seat 5. Kitchen area with electric hob, built-in electric fan oven, dishwasher and microwave. Utility cupboard with fridge-freezer and washing machine.
To the front of the cottage there is a bench with a small table. There is a level communal garden area (not enclosed) approximately 20 meters waylaid to lawn with a picnic bench and washing line.
There is one designated parking space right outside the cottage with a further visitor’s car parking space available in the same car parking area.
Sticklepath offers the perfect mix of premium holiday cottages at affordable prices. Whether it's a romantic break for two, or you are taking the dog for a whole family getaway, you're sure to love what Sticklepath can offer.