The ideal hideaway for couples, Princes Granary lies in the village of Down Thomas in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with wonderful walks along the nearby South West Coast Path just beyond the grounds. The property adjoins the Owners’ 18th Century farmhouse, and is accessed by a flight of stone steps. The sitting/dining-room has a high ceiling featuring oak trusses, cream walls, a wood-burner effect gas stove, stripped pine floors and views across open countryside. Large armchairs and rugs in coastal colours complete the stylish feel. Cleverly incorporated beyond the sitting/dining-room are a separate galley-style kitchen and a shower-room. Narrow wooden stairs lead down to the hallway and the bedroom below. Guests have their own garden for relaxing outdoors.
The Owner offers therapy treatments on site (available at cost). For those who wish to eat out, there's no need to go far – just down the road, The Mussel Inn does good food.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner effect gas stove
Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and washing machine
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom with four-poster bed
Take care on the external stone steps to the front entrance (regrettably unsuitable for less mobile guests).
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 300 yds
- Garden furniture
- 2 electric convector heaters
The exterior of this pretty barn with the stone steps leading up to the front door.
A sheltered private garden.
The very pretty bedroom.
A gas-fired wood-burner style stove keeps this lovely cottage warm and cosy.
A welcome tea tray on arrival.
Such a pretty room.
The dining-area showing the front door.
There are several quirky touches throughout this pretty little barn.
The cosy sitting/dining-room.
Excelent use of space in the kitchen
The compact kitchen.
Steep wooden stairs down to the pretty ground floor bedroom.
A four-poster adds charm to the bedroom.
The very romantic bedroom on the lower floor.
Steep stone steps up to the front door.
A lovely spot for a drink.
You can park here.
The tower of Wembury church and the coast beyond.
The view from the top of the stone steps which lead up to the front door.
Why not try a toe in the water at a beach just down the road?
Sunset on the beach at Wembury.