Forest View offers the grandest of raised decking areas. The rolling countryside and forest views are unrivalled. Complete with a garden perfect for your four-legged friends.
Cosying up in front of the wood-burner in the evening is the perfect way to end the day.
This outside area is extremely special and with plenty of seating provided it is easy to enjoy this area in comfort.
The dining-area,  perfect for serving up any meal.
The master bedroom offers this beautifully inviting super king-size bed.
The master bedroom links through to a rather extravagant en suite bathroom.
The en suite to the master bedroom boasts this fabulous double bath. Perfect for relaxing in after a hard day of fun and games.
Bedroom 2 is a beautiful light and airy bedroom which leads out onto an enclosed courtyard and is home to a rather inviting king-size bed.
The family bathroom.
Bedroom 3 is home to these delightful twin beds.
The entrance hall links the house perfectly.
Even on a gloomy day the views are stunning.
The well-equipped kitchen offers plenty of space to whip up a feast.
Looking back into the open plan living area. Even if you don't feel like venturing out, you can still enjoy the party from the comfort of the living space.
The breakfast bar offers a second area to sit and dine. The open plan layout of this property is perfect for celebrating your holiday time together.
The first floor WC.
The upstairs landing perfects the flowing feel of the open plan arrangement.
The lovely cove at Crackington Haven is a short journey away.
Bude sea pool, perfect for sheltered swimming.
Bude is a photographers dream.
The north coast has lots of stunning beaches, this is Bude.
Hartlands is a pretty area in north Devon.

Forest View

4195

8.7 miles NE of Holsworthy / Sleeps 6 + 2 cots*

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7 Nights from £605

  • 37 Reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed the stay very peaceful and relaxing.

We didnt have a very good stay. The fridge was broken. Our dogs kept escaping from the "enclosed' garden. We were under the impression it was a remote property and didnt realise we were joined to the offices so tractors, vans etc kept coming and going. The wildlife in the surrounding woods is good. ...

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Reply from Classic Cottages

We're so sorry you had some problems but were pleased that the owner was able to supply a new fridge as soon as he was made aware of the issue. The outside area is enclosed by a five bar gate and post and rail fencing. There are several other holiday properties and an estate office in the same location, and we will review our description to see if this can be made clearer. We're glad that we were able to offer an acceptable resolution when you contacted us. Tanya, Customer Support...

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A wonderful setting and very dog friendly, although the steepish stairs were a little difficult for our Jack Russell terrier, who is getting on a bit. The directions given to help us find it were spot on. The woods are beautiful if rather muddy (take wellies!) and we spent several nights listening to the owls hooting before we went to bed. It’s a very spacious property with a good secure garden and the decking would be a wonderful to use in the summer. We did manage to sit out on one day. The Wi-Fi signal was good, which kept the teenagers happy, but phone reception is patchy. There is a long drive from the road down to the cottages and the track can be quite rough in places, it’s also quite a distance to any larger shops, but the fridge freezer is a good size and will accommodate a family sized shop and there are plenty of cupboards. We cooked 5 nights out of the seven and there was enough kitchen equipment etc to make it easy for us to make a meal for up 10 of us as family members staying in Grenlecott joined us in the evenings. We all had a thoroughly enjoyable break despite the unseasonably wet and windy weather. ...

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Amazing upside down house in a great and quiet location with the cracking views across the forestry, the property is well equipped and very spacious. The veranda is a great place to spend taking in the evening sun and night sky, plus the endless supply of wood kept the log burner going to make it toasty inside. The Games room, Treehouse and lookout towers were enjoyed by all ages. Not far from coastal beaches to do surfing with Freewave in Widemouth Bay and also a must is Dragon Archery nearby for a great afternoon outing. Sam and Partner are very friendly and always around if you need anything....

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Lovely property (barn conversion with a contemporary feel) located on a farm down a long drive so you’re a long way away from a road (no traffic noise). The house is well equipped. We used the main bedroom which had a huge bed and the biggest bath I’ve ever seen in the en-suite. The wood burner, in the upstairs lounge, made for a lovely atmosphere on the cooler autumn evenings. The big garden is enclosed and was ideal for our two collies to run around in. There are walks right from the doorstep around the farm. We drove to Tamar Lakes to walk the dogs (easy, flat walk around a reservoir) which had a nice little cafe (check their website as the cafe is not open every day although the lake is). We also went to Sandymouth Beach (nice cafe here too with a National Trust car park) and we walked along the beach and the cliff tops to Bude. We also visited Arlington Court (NT), Staunton Sands Beach and Marwood Hill Gardens which are old haunts of ours, all dog friendly but took approx 50 minutes to drive to these as the roads are tiny and windy! Loved our stay here and hope to return. Thank you ...

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