The Old Coach House is beautiful.
Set in the heart of War Horse country.
The bright and airy open plan living area. Please take care when using the spiral staircase.
The dining and living area provide a comfortable and spacious place to sit back and cosy up in front of the rather large wood-burner.
The compact and well-equipped kitchen which leads through to the bedroom.
The inviting master bedroom, which leads through into the en suite.
En suite fully fitted with shower over, and a bath, perfect for relaxing in after a full day of exploring this wonderful countryside.
Looking back at the living/dining area from the kitchen. The light pours in from every angle in this charming house.
A very useful mezzanine provides extra room to escape to, which also provides flexibility of accommodation. Through the door, there is a WC and wash-basin for extra ease.
There's very tasteful and relevant decor.
Just up the hill across the village green is the delightful Duke of York Inn. Great for a spot of food and a refreshing beverage.
The Old Coach House is simply stunning, especially with its new thatch.
Down the side of The Old Coach House lies the path to the Tarka Trail. Endless exploring to be done in this beautiful part of the world.

The Old Coach House

3716

8.1 miles N of Okehampton / Sleeps 2 + cot*

7 Nights from £278 - £561

This pretty single-storey cottage is part of the history of the lovely mid-Devon village of Iddesleigh. The Old Coach House was just that in days past, but it is now a cosy and welcoming holiday cottage a short stroll from the famous Duke of York pub. This is War Horse country and there are fabulous walks through the unspoilt countryside as well as the nearby Dartmoor National Park. The main accommodation is all on the level with one room leading through to another but there is also a spiral staircase to a little mezzanine area in the eaves. The Owners have put two futon beds up there to create a relaxed space or as a bedroom for children.

With a wood-burning stove in a huge fireplace at the heart of the cottage this is a great place to stay all year round. A dog is welcome so you will be able to make the most of this peaceful rural location. On a clear day you will have glimpses of Dartmoor in the distance tempting you to visit its wild moorland and unique granite tors. If you simply want to stay put, watching village life around you, there is a small seating-area just outside the cottage. Set right on the edge of the village green, we hope that guests will enjoy this space as their 'garden' too.


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and washing machine/drier

Bedroom with double bed (5')

Bathroom with three-quarter size bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Mezzanine with WC and wash-basin


The mezzanine area has futon beds for flexibility but the sloping ceilings may not be suitable for adults to use as a bedroom; take care when using the spiral staircase. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 200 yds
  • 5 panel heaters