Bratton Mill Farmhouse near the medieval village of Bratton Fleming, Devon, offers the perfect escape for large families and groups on holiday in the South West, a 17th-century former mill transformed into a child-friendly two-storey cottage alongside a babbling trout stream.
Set in a valley beneath the village of Bratton Fleming, Devon, and dating back to the 17th century, Bratton Mill Farmhouse makes the perfect retreat for large families and groups of friends looking to holiday in the South West.
A charming former mill beside a babbling trout stream and surrounded by a large garden, this large pet-friendly cottage was recently redecorated yet retains much of its original charm and character, including a brick fireplace in the sitting room where a wood-burning stove now offers warmth on a cold evening.
The front door leads into the living area, which is beautifully furnished with antiques and features a large flat-screen TV and riverside conservatory where one can sit quietly and watch the stream flow by. The large kitchen and breakfast room comes with traditional Rayburn and larder cupboard.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms that comfortably sleep up to eight guests in this child-friendly cottage. The spacious master features a king-size bed and small en-suite.
Bratton Mill Farmhouse is set within 28 tranquil acres of garden, woodland, and undulating pastureland that is home to abundant wildlife. There i an abundance of beautiful woodland walks leading right from the front door. The charming village of Bratton Fleming, with its village store and green, is within walking distance of the cottage, whilst further afield, the town of Barnstaple, the North Devon coast, the South West Coastal Path, and Exmoor National Park all beckon.