Old Church House is a Grade II listed 16th-century rural cottage nestled beside the churchyard at High Bray. Situated between the country and the coast in Brayford, Devon, the gorgeous pet-friendly cottage boasts multi-pane windows, oak beams and stone fireplaces and a wood-burning stove.
Walkers have found an ideal holiday hideaway in Old Church House, a Grade II listed 16th-century cottage set among the hills of Devon. Nestled near the church just outside of Brayford, the gorgeous cottage offers traditional character, space for pets and access to the country and the coast.
Beautiful views of the church and surrounds lie before the grounds of Old Church House, and the lovely cottage-style gardens offer space for pets and children to run free, as well as multiple furnished spaces for al fresco meals or relaxation after a scenic walk.
Oak beams, multi-pane windows and stone fireplaces add great character to the interior, and a woodburning stove warms the spacious and carefully-appointed living room. The character-laden, modern kitchen includes a generous dining area which will draw the family together for meals and contains a second woodburning stove.
The tradition continues in the bedrooms, which include one double room, a twin room and a single room. The family bathroom contains a shower over a bath, while the cloakroom contains WC and basin.
Guests at Old Church House are treated to seclusion and tradition and can rely on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV, DVD and a healthy collection of books.
Old Church House sits in High Bray, just above the picturesque village of Brayford, and within easy reach of many of the walking trails of Exmoor National Park. The cottage is also close to beautiful beaches and lovely stretches of coastline.