Merrifield House

An idyllic quiet haven, large pet friendly Merrifield House near Ashburton in Devon is a former Georgian Rectory sleeping 10 guests in 5 bedrooms. Get away from it all in tis luxury cottage whilst enjoying easy access to Dartmoor National Park and the wonderful sandy beaches of the South Hams.

  • Sleeps 10
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 3
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Property Details

The large house has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard with all original features retained. Fine rural views look out over a large pond and there is a patio area with gas BBQ which catches the evening sun. Beyond are 20 acres of fields and woodland for youngsters to burn off energy and dogs to explore.

Downstairs are original flagstone and oak floors, open fireplaces and underfloor heating. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, one with en suite, two twin rooms and a family bathroom. More stairs lead to a beautifully converted attic room with oak beams, super-king bed and ensuite with splended roll top bath and walk in shower. Two further children's beds can be arranged to provide family accommodation. Crisp white cotton bedlinen and luxurious towels are provided. There are both indoor and outdoor games rooms with xbox, table football and a full size table tennis table.

The unspoilt expanse of Dartmoor provides endless possibilities for walkers and mountain bikers of all abilities. The beautiful South West costal path around Dartmouth offers another alternative. Canoeists can enjoy the picturesque river Dart or fantastic Lyme Bay coast. Youngsters will enjoy some of Britains cleanest and safest beaches including surfing at Bantham


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Contact Name
Nicky Cosford
01364 654856/ 07792464785
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Cottage added 8th May 2012

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