North Devon is renowned for its unspoilt coastline, sandy surfing beaches, rugged cliffs and gentle, rolling countryside inland. You will have the best of both worlds at Little Yeo, which lies in a quiet rural setting just a few miles from the pretty coastal villages of Instow and Appledore and upriver from the market town of Bideford with its attractive quay, seasonal boat trips to Lundy Island and historic bridge over the River Torridge.
This single-storey cottage offers chic stylish furnishings with little touches throughout that will delight the eye. The open plan living area benefits from a fully equipped kitchen, perfectly positioned dining-table and a joyous sitting-area offering a lovely cosy sofa to snuggle into. Enjoy a book whilst the wood-burner keeps you toasty warm on those chiller evenings.
As you walk up the corridor you will pass the shower-room before you reach both bedrooms. Bedroom one offers a sense of calm and tranquility with a gorgeous three foot single bed and crisp white linens. Bedroom two is a spacious double bedroom with sumptuous king-size bed and vintage furniture adding to the beauty of the surroundings which is accessed via a few steps!
The large southwest facing garden feels very private and away from the owners' house. Enjoy lovely views out over the large enclosed garden and the patio, which catches the best of the summer sun. The garden is a relaxing level space with lawn and a border of mature trees, there is an additional little wooded paddock where your children can explore or where you can play with your dog.
Outings to the north Devon coast are a must - with a choice of stunning clifftop walks, little coves or long sandy beaches. Towards Cornwall you will find the historic village of Clovelly with its cobbled streets plunging down to the harbour (you can cheat and take a Land Rover ride back up to the car park at the top of the hill) and Hartland Point for one of the most breathtaking sections of the South West Coast Path. Beyond Barnstaple you can explore the World Heritage Site at Braunston Burrows - the largest expanse of sand dunes in the UK - and a bit further along the coast the surfing beaches of Croyde and Woolacombe. Many of the beaches here have all year round dog-friendly sections so there is something to suit all.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher
4 steps to Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with single bed (3')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- 3 panel heaters and 1 NS heater
Welcome to Little Yeo.
Walk into the well-equipped kitchen, perfect for cooking up your favourite holiday meal.
Get cosy and enjoy some time together in the living area.
The main bedroom with hanging storage for your holiday belongings.
Sit around the chiminea and talk away the evenings.
The kitchen and living area are open plan, making for a very social holiday.
Sit down at the table and enjoy your favourite holiday meal together.
Light up the wood-burner on those cooler evenings.
The view you are welcomed by when you arrive at Little Yeo.
Looking from the bedrooms to the living area.
The hallway leading to the bedrooms.
Get comfy in bed after a full day exploring.
How does breakfast in bed sound?
The cosy single bedroom.
The family bathroom with a walk-in shower.
The walk-in waterfall shower in the bathroom, the perfect wake up in the morning.
How pretty does Little Yeo look with its stable-door entrance?
Al fresco dining on the lawn? Yes please!
Head out and find a local farm shop to find some delicious local foods.
Little Yeo awaits your arrival.
Such a gorgeous cottage in the north of Devon with private parking.
Why not take a day trip by boat to Lundy Island from Bideford Quay.
Appledore is a short drive away with lovely coastal views.
Bring the walking boots and explore the wonderful stretch of heritage coast.