Furneaux Hatch is a wonderful choice for an escape to scenic South Devon as a couple or a family of four, with so many wonderful attractions in close reach of this countryside cottage.
This traditionally thatched, Grade 2 listed cottage boasts an equally attractive interior, making it the perfect choice for those wishing to explore the coast and countryside of Devon.
The living/dining room makes the ideal spot to spend quality time with your loved ones, boasting both a gas fire and woodburning fireplace, offering the ultimate homely feel and a welcoming warmth in the winter months.
The comfortable seating arrangement invites you to settle down for the evening, or gather around the dining table to enjoy a tasty homemade meal.
The Sonos speaker will add to the ambience.
Carry your conversations through to the rear garden in the summer months, where you will be greeted by a large lawned area and patio overlooking the church and countryside, creating the perfect backdrop to enjoy alfresco dining with the barbecue at hand.
Please note, the rear garden is not fully enclosed and backs onto livestock fields.
Guests to supervise pets and children.
The kitchen also hosts a good range of appliances to assist you on a week-long stay, making all your culinary requirements a breeze.
The shower room can also be found on the ground floor, conveniently placed for after a day of rambling along the coast, before snuggling up beneath the warmth of the covers of your bed on the first floor.
The two bedrooms are made up of a king-size and a twin room, both bright and airy with a welcoming interior making it a charming spot to unwind each evening.
In the mornings, spend a moment or two in the front courtyard breathing in the fresh countryside air, before heading out into the local area to discover the amenities of Churchstow where you can find a Post Office with shop, a traditional village pub and the beautiful St Mary's Church just nearby.
Kingsbridge, less than a mile away provides a wider selection of amenities along its scenic waterfront, as well as a range of art galleries and a museum perfect for discovering the local talent and rich culture of the area.
Or make your way to Salcombe, where attractions include Salcombe Distilling Co, golden sandy beaches boasting a range of watersporting opportunities, and the National Trust wonder of the Edwardian Overbeck's Museum and Garden.
Plymouth's maritime heritage is also well-worth exploring, with its Barbican district being a particular marvel, or make your way to Dartmouth or Totnes to find even more family-friendly activities.
Sitting within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Furneaux Hatch is perfectly positioned for your scenic escape to Devon.