Devon Holiday Cottages To Book in Broadwoodkelly
Broadwoodkelly holiday cottages are perfect for exploring miles of glorious countryside, in the heart of rural Devon. Tranquillity and a slower pace of life can be savoured in this charming village, near the centre of the county. With its 15th century church, farms and thatched cottages, a more idyllic location for self-catering holidays in the English countryside would be hard to find. Stroll along quiet, country lanes, teeming with flowers and birdsong, explore magical wooded valleys and climb to secluded hilltops for spectacular views towards the coast. A holiday cottage in Broadwoodkelly is a safe bet for anyone whose heart is set on walking, wildlife-watching, horse-riding or simply unwinding in a stunning and often overlooked corner of Devon.
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Pheasant's Roost is a pet friendly, stylish Barn Conversion with heated indoor swimming pool nestling in 13 rural acres near Winkleigh in the heart of Devon. Think lots of oak beams, log fires and exposed stonework. This 2-bedroom cottage will sleep up to 4 adults and 3 children.
2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 7 - View Listing
Broadwoodkelly is eight miles north of the traditional market town of Okehampton, surrounded by a maze of meandering country lanes and picturesque footpaths. Fishing rivers, pretty villages and a selection of magnificent National Trust properties will all be a stone’s throw from your holiday cottage in Broadwoodkelly. You will also be in a perfect position for making day trips to the coast, moors and historical towns and villages which make this region so enchanting. A short drive northwards will bring you to the rugged coast of North Devon, famous for its beaches, surfing waves, wildlife and history of smuggling. For a day by the sea with a bucket and spade, head to Saunton Sands or Woolacombe. To the south of Broadwoodkelly is Dartmoor, an expanse of woods and open moorland, where seclusion is easy to find. The surrounding villages and market towns of Hatherleigh, Crediton Lapford and Chulmleigh are all worth a visit for a wander and a pint of local ale in a cosy pub. Head southeast on the A377 and you’ll soon reach Exeter, a lively city with some of Devon’s most impressive historical architecture and an exciting food scene to explore.