Upper Red Down
Located in Witheridge, Devon
This barn conversion is situated in the village of Witheridge near Chulmleigh and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 2
Upper Red Down is a homely barn conversion located near the village of Chulmleigh in Devon. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size double with en-suite, and a twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open-plan living area with wood burner. To the outside is off road parking for two cars, and an enclosed, shared lawned garden with private patio, furniture and barbecue. Resting in a charming location with countryside views, Lower Red Down is a delightful cottage in an excellent part of England.
Deep in beautiful rural Mid Devon, surrounded by rolling green fields, lies Upper Red Down, amidst West Yeo Farm. Set over 76 acres, this medieval farm mentioned in the Domesday book, enjoys uninterrupted countryside views across the valley to the village of Witheridge. Upon entering you will be welcomed by an open-plan living area complete with a woodburning stove to warm those cooler evenings. The two beautiful bedrooms promise a good night's sleep for four people, with Egyptian white company linen and towels, with the family bathroom is a nice base to get ready ahead of your adventures. This area of Devon is an excellent touring base with easy access to lots of places of interest and attractions.
- Underfloor and oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Cot and highchair available
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed, shared lawned garden with private patio, furniture and BBQ
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 1
- 5 miles
West Yeo Farm
Witheridge 1.5 miles. Surrounded by rolling green fields in splendid isolation is West Yeo Farm. Set over 76 acres, this medieval farm mentioned in the Domesday book enjoys uninterrupted countryside views across the valley to the village of Witheridge beyond. There are many interesting walks across the land and along the river nearby, and in the autumn, it is possible to help with the annual apple harvest and cider production. The farm is home to three holiday cottages; Tembridge House, sleeping up to eight people, and Lower and Upper Red Down, each sleeping up to four people, all presented to a lovely standard. Comprising of an open-plan living area, the entire set-up makes a wonderful base to enjoy some leisure time in front of the woodburning stove, bringing warmth to a cosy night in. With doors opening to the outside, you can enjoy the sunny patio, home to a collection of furniture including a barbecue, with all-round idyllic views. Here you can rest in comfort, while the children make the most of the lawned area. This part of Devon is an excellent touring base with easy access to lots of places of interest. Nearby you can explore the Two Moors Way, visit RHS Rosemoor or Exmoor National Park, a short drive away. There are plenty of National Trust properties in the area, as well as some fabulous villages and farm shops. West Yeo Farm is just a few miles from attractive Witheridge and a short drive from the market town of South Molton, known for its Pannier Market, quaint tea rooms and antiques shops. For traditional fun in the sun, the spectacular coastline and sandy beaches along the North Devon coast will provide you with an unforgettable day out. The cottages are connected via a soundproof door and can be booked together for a fantastic holiday experience.
The quaint little village of Witheridge sits amongst beautiful Devon countryside, with lots of little old houses, a pub, convenience store, a newsagent and even a visiting pizza van, The travelling Pizzeria, which serves wood-fired pizzas fresh from its van in the village each Wednesday, or the fish and chip van, which calls on the village each Friday. The beautiful thatched village of Kings Nympton is just a short drive away and was voted Devon Village of the Year in 1999 by the Campaign for the Preservation of Rural England. Quintessentially English, the village is home to the award-winning thatched and beamed The Grove Inn, which serves excellent home-cooked food and a wonderful range of ale and cider all year round. Chulmleigh to the west offers a couple of pubs, restaurants and takeaways, along with convenience stores and excellent butchers and bakery, whilst the historic town of Tiverton to the west boasts a selection of interesting boutiques, farm shops, along with lovely walks along the River Exe.
With Exmoor and Dartmoor so close, there is great walking in the area, and within an hour's drive, you can reach the coast at a number of lovely beaches.