Now with new log burning fire for cosy winter evenings.
Courtyard Cottage is a lovely self catering cottage set in the countryside just 10 minutes from Barnstaple in North Devon. The self catering cottage is available for holidays and can be rented by the week, or for short breaks. With some of North Devons finest beaches and great walking countryside just a short drive away this really is a great base for your self catering holiday.
We are delighted to be able to offer Courtyard Cottage for self catering holiday rental. Courtyard Cottage is a grade ll listed two bedroom annexe to Plaistow Barton farmhouse.
GUESTS NOW HAVE USE OF NEARBY INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL - For a small fee guests will be able to use the swimming pool of a small holiday complex (North Hill) just 5 minutes drive away.
Plaistow Barton is located in farming countryside, accessed by a private track and surrounded by wonderful views with the nearest villages being Shirwell or Muddiford. While the house is set very much in the beautiful countryside with great walking, it is only 10 minutes by car to the nearby market town of Barnstaple. Also close by is Exmoor, famous for its beast and of course great walking. Just a short drive away are some of the countries finest beaches including Croyde, Woolacombe, Saunton Sands, Combe Martin, Putsborough & Ilfracombe. More locally and just 2 miles down the road is Blakewell Fisheries which caters for family fishing as well as fly fishing for the more experienced angler. Broomhill Art Hotel and sculpture gardens are close by for fine dining or alternatively enjoy the local hospitality of the Muddiford Inn after a walk from the house or a five minute drive.
On arrival guests enjoy a lovely home made cake and a complimentary bottle of wine. Guests may wish to help themselves to fresh eggs from our chickens.
The Cottage makes a great base for a holiday either with or without children. It has its own parking for two vehicles leading to your private entrance into your lounge/kitchen. The lounge has a large inglenook fireplace above which is a listed plaster plaque dating back to 1679.