Sea View Holiday Cottage Bideford

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Sea View Holiday Cottage
This delightful barn conversion holiday cottage enjoys the most spectacular views over the River Torridge. Set in a rural location, surrounded by beautiful farmland it promises a true countryside retreat.

This stunning property is one of two, set at the end of 0.75 mile private drive, which winds its way through the owners’ 700-acre dairy farm. This wonderful location sets you perfectly for exploring North Devon. You’ll be just over a mile from the market town of Bideford while the popular surfing beach of Westward Ho! and the sand dunes of Instow can both be reach within 15 minutes in the car. The charming fishing village of Appledore is well worth a visit too. The area’s attractions include The Big Sheep, Tapeley Park, The Milky way, and the traditional cobbled streets of Clovelly.

Access the kitchen and lounge/diner via a couple of steps down from the hallway you will find a well-equipped kitchen area with an oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. The combined lounge/diner offers a cosy space to relax after a day of exploring. There is a TV/DVD, and woodburner in the lounge area, with the dining room table just behind this. There is also a WC accessed from the hallway and underfloor heating throughout the downstairs. One of the double bedrooms with TV/DVD and shower cubicle can be found on the ground floor too. Upstairs most of the rooms enjoy the fabulous views across the estuary with the king-size bedroom also offering a TV/DVD. There is a twin room and a family size bathroom with shower over bath and WC.

Outside where you can truly soak up the views there is a shared lawn with play equipment for little ones. If you enjoy a good walk you can head across the fields and join the Tarka Trail direct from the owners’ land. There is ample parking available.

Sleeps 6, Sorry No Pets

At a glance

  • The perfect rural retreat for a peaceful break in the country
  • Breathtaking views across the River Torridge and the Iron Bridge
  • Direct access to the Tarka Trail from the owners’ fields