- Sleeps 6
- Bedrooms 3
- Short Breaks Yes
- Pets allowed Yes (£25 each per week)
- Changeover day Friday
- Property Code WBBROO
- Garden/Outside space
- Romantic Breaks
- Nearby beach
- Nearby shop
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Village location
- Designated Parking
- Central Heating
- Log burner
- Open fire
- Garden or Outside space
- Washing Machine
- Non Smoking
- Nearby golf facilities
This extremely attractive cottage nestles in the popular village of West Buckland in South Devon, close to the sea and is perched on the side of a hill with fabulous country views and a lovely garden that runs down to a stream. Picturesque West Buckland is full of pretty thatched cottages and is a short walk from Bantham. The cottage has a sunny lounge with real fire, a breakfast room overlooking the garden, a master bedroom with a wide balcony that takes advantage of the views and a superb patio area with quality seating, a barbecue and fire pit - perfect for al fresco dining. A path winds down from the cottage, passing a small raised pond to two large lawn areas and a summer house, so the whole house is geared to providing relaxing, outdoor, summer living. A truly special destination.
Previous guests' comments:
"We have had a wonderful and comfortable stay...We will highly recommend this lovely cottage...and we will return!!" March 2013.
"What a wonderful surprise. The house is beautiful and so well equipped. We love the area and this is an added gem. Dining al fresco is a must and a glass of wine by the stream, heaven! Will be back." September 2012.
"Fantastic, comfortable house and most beautiful garden and views! Love the area." August 2012.
Front door to hallway. Sunny lounge with patio doors opening onto the terrace, stone fireplace with real fire, two sofas and two armchairs, flat screen TV and DVD. Archway to breakfast room with table and chairs leading to the formal dining room with woodburner stove and light oak table and chairs with seating for 8. Steps down to the kitchen, having granite worktops, a ceramic hob, oven and grill, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Stable door to rear terrace. Cloakroom with hand basin and WC and cupboard housing washing machine. Stairs to landing. Master bedroom with 5ft double bed and fitted wardrobes with dressing table. Patio doors to large balcony overlooking the valley. Twin bedroom with two 3ft beds, hand basin, chest of drawers and dressing table. Magnificent family bath/shower room with large shower cubicle, raised double ended Jacuzzi bath, hand basin and WC. Smaller twin bedroom with 3ft single bed, with full size 3ft pull out truckle bed and wardrobe.
Door from lounge to covered seating area overlooking the garden. Terrace runs along the width of the cottage with steps leading down to a patio area furnished with comfortable seating, table and chairs and a barbecue. Path winds down past an ornamental pond to a sloping lawn and a summer house with bar area and barstools. Further fenced area of level lawn bordered by a stream (unfenced).
Parking: For two medium size cars off road outside the cottage.
- Included: Bed linen, towels, WiFi, stairgate, 1 basket of logs in winter, central heating (oil) and electricity. Travel cot, high chair by arrangement.
- Pet: One well behaved medium sized dog by prior arrangement.
- Telephone: For incoming and outgoing local calls only.
- Local Facilities: Bantham beach two thirds of a mile. Golf at Thurleston 1 mile. Pub half a mile.
- Shop at Bantham half a mile. Kingsbridge 3 miles.
Bantham beach is five minutes' walk from the village and is one of Devon’s premier beaches, a favourite with both families and surfers alike.
Situated a mile away from Bantham, Thurlestone Golf Course is one of the most scenic courses in the South West of England.
The South West Coast Path can be picked up from the nearby beach and leads east towards Thurlestone, about 20 minutes away by foot.
The Sloop Inn offers delicious fresh fish and chips and is a long-standing favourite with visitors to the village.
Whether you’re kite surfing, paddleboarding or wild swimming, South Devon provides fantastically scenic opportunities for trying out all sorts of adventure sports.
Walk the miles of stunning South West Coast Path with your four-legged friend, stopping off in quaint villages and deserted coves.
Devon boasts Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, steeped in seafaring history, or for a spot of retail therapy why not visit historic Exeter.
You’ll feel closer to nature whilst in Devon, but if you fancy a more exotic experience, try Paignton Zoo or the National Marine Aquarium for great family days out.
Explore the quaint villages, miles of beaches and walk the coast path in South Devon, making sure you stop off for a cream tea en route!
Property reviews for Brook Cottage
We absolutely adore the property and area and have stay there four times over the past two years. Excellent views and location look forward to going again next year. Would like to suggest an update with the TV facilities as the weather was unreliable on the last visit. Suggest a new recording facility and DVD.
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