Dartington Hall 0.7 miles.
Mulberry Cottage is a delightful homely holiday cottage that offers the perfect escape in the quaint hamlet of Staple, Devon.
Whether you’re bringing along a furry friend or the family, there’s plenty to explore and enjoy with an enclosed garden where pets can stretch their legs, a toasty woodburning stove, and within easy reach of local amenities.
Step inside and discover a warm and inviting home with four bedrooms with sloping ceilings consisting of three king-sizes and a twin, and two bathrooms to ensure your morning routine is a breeze.
The property benefits from PV solar and air source heating.
There's plenty of space to spread out and relax, with a sitting room boasting plush sofas, a dining room with plenty of seating for your group dinners, a snug for when you need to break away, plus a useful boot room and utility so you can freshen up your wardrobe throughout your stay.
Completing the ground floor is a well-equipped kitchen with a gas Smeg hob and electric cooker fit for cooking up scrumptious meals and a dishwasher, so you can focus your time away from dishes and on time with your loved ones.
Children and pets alike can explore the enclosed garden with mature shrubs, pear, apple and plum trees, and a Mulberry tree, allowing for plenty of charm to encompass the property, while adults unwind next to the cosy fire pit and admire the village surroundings of a local green and thatched roofs.
Dartington is a charming village, yet it offers plenty for you to explore.
Pay a visit to the 13th-century Dartington Hall, a National Trust property, where you can admire its stunning gardens, and the Bridge Arts Centre, showcasing an impressive array of art from local and international artists.
If you're after a spot of shopping, visit the Town Mill, which has been converted into a delightful mix of craft shops, galleries, and cafes.
Meanwhile, pay a visit to the ancient market town of Totnes, with its cobbled streets, independent boutiques, and the Museum of Local History, which houses a stunning collection of artefacts from the town's past.
Climb the steps to the top of the Norman castle and admire the views of the River Dart, before sampling some delicious food at one of the many eateries.
Finally, head to Paignton, for an afternoon of family fun at Paignton Zoo, and a trip to the beautiful Paignton Pier, where you can indulge in some delicious fish and chips.
Take a stroll along the promenade or make a splash at Splashdown Quaywest, the perfect way to cool off on a hot day.
Enjoy a much-needed escape to the beautiful and captivating Devon with a stay at Mulberry Cottage.