Pretty one-bedroom countryside retreat located in rural North Devon
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Children not allowed
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
A charming cottage in a gorgeous location
Okay for a short. Stay good place to charge your batteries
Would recommend good place to completely unwind. Not too far from two.very good pubs and places to visit
Unfortunately my stay was affected by my painfull hip condition that got worse during the week causing me to leave early.
Beautiful holiday cottage
Gorgeous holiday cottage very comfortable, with fabulous garden & lovely owners would definitely stay again
A peace of tranquility in beautiful surroundings
This was our second visit and it did not disappoint. We had a welcome Devon-shire cream tea and a bottle of fizz waiting for us along with some basics milk , sugar etc. it is a good base to explore the area with easy access to Torrington and the Tarka Trail and the local coast line. After our days out we would sit in the garden and enjoy the view across the local countryside and the sounds of nature.
Quiet and relaxing stay in a peaceful, rural location.
A lovely cottage in a large garden and very private. Greeted by the owner with a welcome cream tea and bottle of English wine. Spacious, well-equipped cottage, tastefully and comfortably furnished. Private patio area overlooking lovely garden. Hamlet of Kingscott very peaceful with no traffic sounds at night. A perfect place for a quiet getaway in the beautiful Devon countryside.
The Garden Cottage is ideally located for exploring North Devon. Nestled in the hamlet of Kingscott on the edge of Torrington it is only a short drive from the cottage to the North or South Devon coast, and either Exmoor or Dartmoor.
The two national parks are less than an hours drive from the cottage and provide wonderful days out for walking the beautiful landscape, admiring the stunning views, or stopping off for a traditional cream tea in a cosy tea room.
In North Devon visitors can walk the South West Coast Path, which winds its way along the coastline taking in pretty seaside villages such as Appledore and Hartland. The path also climbs to the top of some of the country's tallest cliffs from which you can see for miles.
If you are looking to spend the day on the beach, Westward Ho! is less than a 30 minute drive and is perfect for sitting back and relaxing. The village is also home to some lovely restaurants, including The Pier House, and the country's old links course, The Royal North Devon, which has some spectacular views.
Within easy reach of Garden Cottage are some great places to enjoy a meal, including the Lymington Arms at Wembworthy, The Duke of York at Iddesleigh and The Masons Arms at Knowstone. Alternatively The New Inn is less than two miles from the cottage and serves good food and local ales.