- Property code: HERONC
- Changeover day: Saturday
- Nearby shop
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Real fire
- Short Breaks available
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
Heron Cottage is a charming cottage set in a pretty street in the picturesque village of Colyton. An attractive and welcoming holiday home sleeping up to 4 guests and featuring a wood burning stove, ideal to cosy up to in the spring and Autumn. This is perfect walking country, so bring the dog and enjoy the numerous attractive walks close by. Recently modernised and well equipped, this inviting cottage is quietly tucked away within an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty but benefits from having local shops and village pubs on the doorstep. The cottage is conveniently located to enjoy this fascinating Medieval town, with its maze of narrow Saxon streets, the magnificent fifteenth century church and listed buildings and if you want to venture further afield it's only a few minutes drive from the stunning East Devon and West Dorset coastlines. The seaside towns of Seaton, Sidmouth and Lyme Regis are all within easy reach by car.
A tram service runs between Seaton and Colyton stopping at Colyford and passing alongside the Axe Estuary which is a nature reserve. There are numerous walks in every direction including some riverside trails and the River Coly flows from its origins further up the valley joining the River Axe just below Colyford. The mile long shingle and sandy beach at Seaton is only 3 miles away and is rarely crowded.
Please note: Due to the character of the property, its internal staircases and different levels on the ground floor we do not advise this property for children under 5 years of age and anyone with mobility issues. One small well behaved dog is welcome.
Entrance hallway to Lounge/dining room with two sofas and an armchair, Woodburner, flatscreen TV and dining table seating four guests. Sun room with Rattan style furniture and access to patio garden. Separate fitted kitchen with ceramic hob & electric oven, fridge with ice box, microwave and washing machine. Stairs to first floor Bedroom 1 with twin 3ft beds. Family bathroom with corner shower, heated towel rail and W.C. Stairs to second floor Bedroom 2 with 4ft 6inch double bed.
Private patio garden with outdoor table, chairs, parasol and BBQ.
High street parking opposite the property and a public car park within 200m of the cottage.
- Included: Bed linen, towels (please bring your own beach towels), WiFi and heating. Hairdryers in each bedroom.
- Pets: One small well behaved dog welcome in public areas of property only (not bedrooms). Pet Charge:£25.00 per pet per week (£30.00 from Jan 2019).
- No smoking.
- Local facilities: Shops and Pubs: 200 metres. Beach: Seaton 3.5 miles.
Heron Cottage was a beautiful property, spotlessly clean and well-equipped. The bottle of prosecco, goodies and dog treats were a lovely surprise!
Apart from the comments i have already made we loved the location and the cottage if we was in the area again we would definitely book this cottage again
Yes Owners provided everything. Prosecco biscuits dog treats tea coffee milk Parking wasn't always easy but we rarely had to use the car park. Good hoover to clean when we left Steamers in Beer was super for fish meal on birthday
The beds were really comfortable and firm.
Lovely cottage in a great location. The cottage is maintained to a very high standard. Lots of added extras which were gratefully received (wine,biscuits and milk). Exceptionally clean and tidy. Will definitely recommend.
The cottage was perfect, well located and well equipped
We've had the most wonderful stay at Heron Cottage and would love to return some day. It provided us with everything we needed. So cosy and welcoming. Thank you so much x (09.02.18)
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- The Toad Hall Team
Heron Cottage is a real tardis! So roomy and renovated to a high standard. We and the dog loved our stay. (16.03.18)
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- The Toad Hall Team
We had a ball.
Newly renovated cottage in a village not far from the sea. So yes we did enjoy our stay. Two nearest pubs were very dog friendly