This peaceful detached barn conversion is off the beaten track yet easy to reach, with Dartmoor National Park a short distance to the west and just a few miles from a scenic route through unspoilt countryside to north Devon's coast with its long sandy beaches.
The reverse level accommodation offers a ground floor kitchen/dining-room and a convenient downstairs en suite bedroom with French windows to the patio, making the most of the high-ceilinged first floor area for its large sitting-room and for the second en suite bedroom.
There are beautiful gardens at Little Barwick and these wrap around the cottage, which is beyond the owner's house, so that you can enjoy plenty of private feeling outside space.
This is the countryside setting for War Horse, centred around the village of Iddesleigh, with its pretty village green and famous Duke of York pub where you can enjoy real ale and home-cooked food at the heart of War Horse valley. There are footpaths leading from the hamlet for those who want to forget the car for a while. On the way here you will have been treated to views of the wilds of Dartmoor with its iconic granite tors and a short drive will take you into this famous National Park.
The RHS Rosemoor garden is approximately seven miles away, on the road to Torrington. Head for Drewsteignton to visit the National Trust's Castle Drogo or to Fingle Bridge for beautiful riverside walks, or of course up onto the high moors for exhilarating walks, stunning views and all the fresh air in the world. A bit further afield but for a great day out you can head for the north Devon coast where there are endless sandy beaches to be found at Saunton Sands, Braunton Burrows – a Unesco World Heritage Site, Croyde and Woolacombe.
Little Barwick is about five miles from the Tarka Line at Eggesford Station – a delightful single track railway line that runs from Exmouth on the south coast to the Cathedral City of Exeter and on to Barnstaple on the north Devon coast. You can hop on and off the train at one of the many tiny stations along the route, taking in the countryside without having to do the driving.
Kitchen/Dining-room with gas cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6") and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and CD player
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full gas-fired CH
Little Barwick is a detached barn conversion at this historic farmstead, deep in the unspoilt Devon countryside.
The accommodation here is reverse level so the sitting-room is on the first floor.
The gardens for you to enjoy are spread out beyond the hard standing-area.
There is a very good sized kitchen/dining-room - that is if you are not tempted to eat outside whilst taking in the lovely view.
This is the ground floor double bedroom, with French windows to the patio outside.
Beyond the garden there are fields and unspoilt countryside views.
This is the view you will have over the fields from your garden.
Little Barwick Cottage is a real home-from-home.
Another view of the ground floor bedroom.
This is the en suite bathroom for the ground floor bedroom.
The second bedroom is on the first floor, another comfortable double.
There is plenty of storage space for you.
The second bedroom also has an en suite facility.
You will be very welcome here.
Another view of the sitting-room which has plenty of light and is very cosy.
This is the front door to the cottage.
There is plenty of space at the back for you to sit outside and also for parking your car.
This is the entrance to Little Barwick, you will pass the owners' farmhouse and the cottage is beyond it with plenty of parking.
Dartmoor National Park is a short drive and you will have tempting glimpses of it on your drive to the cottage.