- Property code: BARND
- Changeover day: Friday
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Access statement available
- Central heating
- Parking (see description for details)
- Garden or outside space
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Real fire
- Nearby shop
- Short breaks available
- Washing machine
Barn Dipperty is a truly charming reverse level attached property, tucked away in the heart of the South Hams in the village of Loddiswell which is surrounded by rolling countryside. Many beautiful walks lead from the doorstep, one of the most notable being the old Great Western Railway’s Primrose line (closed in 1963) following the River Avon and it is also within a short drive of the many beaches of the South Hams and the wilds of Dartmoor. Recently refurbished, the barn is surprisingly spacious with high ceilings, exposed stonework and stylishly furnished throughout. With an attractive secluded decking area perfect for alfresco dining and a garden laid to lawn to the front, Barn Dipperty offers a perfect base from which to enjoy all the South Hams has to offer, for both families and couples alike.
Front door opening to a porch area and downstairs shower room with shower, WC and hand basin. Spacious hallway leads to two generously proportioned bedrooms - Master bedroom with 6ft super king bed and twin bedroom with two 3ft beds. First floor: Lounge with high ceilings, woodburning stove, Smart TV, DVD player, sofa and two armchairs, juliet balcony to front and full length window doors to rear, ladder to mezzanine reading nook, fronted with glass and steel balustrade. Large well equipped kitchen diner with eye-level electric oven, inset electric hob, dishwasher, larder-style fridge with freezer drawers, washing machine and Nespresso coffee maker. Bathroom with bath, shower over, heated towel rail and hand basin. Separate WC with hand basin.
To the rear of the property is a secluded large decked terrace furnished with dining table and chairs, rattan easy chairs and a gas barbecue. Gardens surround the barn, with lawn and shrubs to the front.
Ample off road parking on private gravel driveway
- Included: Bed linen and towels – guests are required to provide their own beach towels. Electricity and oil central heating, Wifi. Cot, high chair and stair gate.
- Telephone: No telephone but mobile reception fair. Wi-Fi available.
- Local Facilities: Nearest shop and Post Office 150 yards. Friendly local Pub (The Loddiswell Inn) 50 yards. Superb Café (Aune Valley Café) 1 mile. Nearest beach (Bantham) 6 miles. Nearest Town (Kingsbridge) with all facilities 3 miles.
The cottage was perfect - warm, very well equipped and perfectly quiet.
We had a great time, very comfortable, warm and welcoming cottage.
WELL EQUIPPED AND COMFORTABLE COTTAGE. WOULD BE HELPFUL TO ADD THE STAIRS ARE QUITE STEEP IF YOU HAVE MOBILITY ISSUES.
A really lovely cottage in a very convenient location. Enjoyed our stay very much.
Beautiful cottage, everything you could need. So peaceful and relaxing. Would love to return thank you
Despite the initial hiccup we had a wonderful week and the property was one of the best equipped cottages that we have ever stayed in.It has been beautifully maintained by the owners and represents exceptional value for money.The beds were comfortable, the kitchen facilities excellent and it was blissfully quiet.We will definitely recommend it to others.Many thanks.
Excellent cottage - really enjoyed our stay there.
We had a fantastic time and the barn exceeded our expectations! It was well equipped, centrally located and had tasteful decor. We will certainly be back next year!
The owners provided an excellent amount of material for visitors , very comprehensive
We had a great time. The cottage is really lovely, good standard of furnishings, well equipped, comfy beds and spacious rooms. It's very peaceful, just the sounds of the birds singing in the morning. Local pub does good food and were very friendly.
Well above average property. Furnishings, equipment and cleanliness were beyond reproach. Neighbour was friendly and helpful. Well positioned for beaches, attractive towns and Plymouth. Score 10/10 Pam Denning