Cherryblossom Cottage sits to one side of the courtyard with parking to the side and a beautifully secluded garden to the rear.
This luxury tranquil room offers the perfect place to lay your head and recharge.
The open plan living makes for a wonderfully sociable holiday, in the winter months the wood burning stove will keep the cottage cosy.
The twin room overs two 3ft beds offering the perfect option for children and adults.
The kitchen benefits from the open plan layout as well as a stable door out to the very private rear garden.
We know your hounds will love the back garden and the open space to explore North Devon.  We just ask they are on their best behaviour.
The living area is well thought out and offers a smart television.
Snuggle down and enjoy the finer things in life.
The log fire will be a welcome treat on those cold winter nights.
Sit back, relax and talk the night away.
The open plan living is spacious and offers a very social ground floor to Cherryblossom.
Breakfast before the beach.
The front stable door will allow the outside in especially on those warm summer nights.
Head out to the local markets and sample the fresh produce.
The kitchen is fully equipped allowing you to cook up a feast.
There are always treats on hand to welcome everyone to Cherryblossom.
The stairs up to the bedrooms and bathroom.
You could be at a hotel.
Holidays are all about lazy mornings.
This view will greet you each morning.
The Master bedroom has been tastefully and thoughtfully furnished.
The bathroom is situated on the landing between the two bedrooms.
The bathroom offers a bath and an shower.
The shower is positioned over the bath with two attachments.
The bathroom also offers a shaving socket.
The twin bedroom offers two 3ft beds with space to play and relax.
There is always a picture to grab your attention.
Across the courtyard there is a utility room for storing your body boards or hanging up coats and storing muddy boots.
All recycling bins are stored in the utility room which will remain unlocked and fully accessible.
The back garden is secure and private and can be enjoyed for hours on end.
From lounging to dinning the cottage offers comfort throughout.
Your neighbour is always close by to make young and old smile.
Sit back and celebrate, you're on holiday.
Camilla will be in lots of selfies she has become used to the attention and will never shy away.
Bude Farm is a really welcoming holiday base.
The gardens are filled with pots of colour.
A holiday is not complete without a BBQ.
Beautiful walks through the Owners' woods.
This is the Duke of York in Iddesleigh - featuring in 'War Horse'.
The north Devon coast is an easy drive away - miles of sandy beaches.
A warm welcome awaits you at Cherryblossom.

Cherryblossom Cottage

2092

2.8 miles SW of Winkleigh / Sleeps 4 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Duke of York (1 ¾ miles)

Following a conversation with Wilfred Ellis almost 30 years ago in front of the fire in the Duke, Michael Morpurgo was inspired to write the novel War Horse. A traditional pub set in the heart of Devon, the Duke offers home cooked food with real ales and is well worth a visit.

Nearest beach

Instow Beach (17 miles)

A great beach for children with acres of sand at low tide, shallow waters and usually calm seas. There are plenty of facilities nearby in the village. Dog restrictions apply so please check locally.

Nearest walk

Broadwoodkelly Walk (1 ¾ miles)

A four mile ramble on quiet country lanes, tracks and footpaths over fields (watch out for the mud in inclement weather!) Full route details are available on the Web site and limited parking is available outside the church or village hall.

Nearest town

Hatherleigh (3 miles)

Set on the Tarka Trail just north of Okehampton, Dartmoor, bury yourself in the local way of life by staying in a quaint little Devon town. And by little we mean the smallest tow in Devon. But don't worry, it's got three pubs.

Also nearby

RHS Rosemoor (9 ¼ miles)

Set deep in the north Devon countryside, The Rosemoor estate was once the home of Lady Anne Palmer. Lady Anne developed a passion for plants when she met noted plantsman Colllingwood Ingram while recuperating from measles in Spain. Over the next 30 years, she travelled the world to collect specimens for her garden, which she gave to the Royal Horticultural Society in 1988. The estate now comprises 65 acres of land, which includes rose gardens, a winter garden, a fruit and vegetable garden, a formal garden, woodlands, and many stream and lakeside plantings, making Rosemoor an enchanting place to visit whatever the season.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

February 2009

Beautiful, well-managed gardens, well worth a visit whatever the season.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

October 2008

The garden is absolutely gorgeous and very well looked after. The staff are very friendly and welcoming and the restaurant had great locally sourced food. A great day out for adults and children.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

August 2008

Roses Galore!

The rose collection - one of the largest in the West Country - is very impressive. In full bloom in the summer, the scent of over 2,000 flowers is quite sensational. The Rose Weekend, held in June, was very informative, with advice on growing your own, as well as walks and activities for children.

The Granite Way (7 ¼ miles)

This cycle and walking route runs for 11 miles between Lydford and Okehampton along a disused railway line. The route forms part of the National Cycle network with Okehampton the most popular start point where bicycles can be hired locally. The off road track has the advantage of being mostly traffic free. Meldon Viaduct offers spectacular views across the moors.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Allen March 2018

Ahh the sound of traffic!

I love walking, but I couldn't wait to get off this one. We made it from Okehampton to the Meldon Viaduct before abandoning The Granite Way and heading to the moors - it was the only way to escape the A30's roaring traffic! The subsequent walk through the valley to Meldon reservoir and over the moors to Shortacombe was great though!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Mearns September 2015

Kid friendly cycle

Start from the station where you can hire bikes ( we bought our own) there is a youth hostel there in case you need to pick up basic supplies like chocolate and water! I did this with my 5 year old boy- it was not great weather but we cycled to meld on viaduct and back in less than an hour ( total of about 4 miles) and it was enjoyed by both of us - some lovely views and a nice safe easy ride- the only bit on the road is from the very quiet station to the start of the path ( we did this on a rainy day in August)


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe February 2015

Great for the average cyclist

The cycleway starts at the old Okehampton Station (you can park right there) and is very easy to follow. There are a few gentle hills - nothing that strenuous - so it really is suitable for all ages and abilities. The scenery is beautiful - I'd recommend stopping off at the Bearslake Inn for a swift refreshment! - and it's very easy for an averagely fit cyclist to ride from Okehampton down to Lydford Gorge and back in around 4 hours with time for stop offs.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Warburton November 2011

From Okehampton station join the Granite Way Walk (cycle route 27) which follows the Dartmoor railway line. It is predominantly tarmac so no dirty puddles to avoid and ideal for bike riders of all ages, with only gentle inclines. A comfortable 3 mile walk will take you to Meldon Viaduct which gives stunning views over the moor and Meldon Reservoir Dam. Another mile or so gets you to the reservoir. At the Viaduct there is a converted railway carriage which provides a small cafe - seems only to be open at weekends which is a real shame as mid week in half term there were plenty of walkers and cyclists who I'm sure would have stopped for a welcome cuppa !

Halsdon Woods and Nature Reserve (4 ¾ miles)

Several kilometres of track wend their way through this 142-acre reserve. Start from one of the two car parks for various circular routes that take in woodland, fields and the banks of the River Torridge

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr and Mrs Douglas-Mann August 2017

Through the woods and along the banks of the Torridge.

An old ruined mill covered in ivy, a pebbly beach by the side of the river to skim stones, and a trail up into the woods and along old, beaten paths through this nature reserve looked after by Devon Wildlife Trust makes this a perfect outing to observe our beautiful Devon countryside. Our walk took about two hours, perfect for a morning or afternoon stroll. There are hides ranged around the reserve from which to view the wildlife.

The Red Lion Exbourne (2 ¾ miles)

A traditional pub in the heart of the village. It's a great place to visit for decent beer but sadly no longer serves food.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2017

Great pub, and they serve a fantastic Sunday lunch - highly recommended!

Half Moon Inn (6 ¼ miles)

Set in the Torridge Valley this atmospheric pub offers a wide ranging menu and is well placed for great outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, horse riding and fishing.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Slim November 2019

Just Fabulous

Wonderful food; friendly hospitality, lovely country Inn. Not to be missed.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Burmester July 2011

Excellent for lunches. Also good walking in the vicinity.

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