Hayloft at Wheel Farm
Hayloft at Wheel Farm is a pet friendly holiday cottage for couples situated just a short drive from the North Devon coast and the rolling hills of Exmoor, perfectly placed to offer guests rural self-catering holidays with a swimming pool.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
- Child Friendly
- Dog Friendly Cottages
- Managed by Us
- Small Cottages
- Swimming Pool
- North Devon
Situated just a short drive from the North Devon coast and not far from the rolling hills of Exmoor, The Hayloft at Wheel Farm Cottages near Combe Martin is perfectly placed to offer two guests a fantastic self-catering holiday in Devon. Hayloft has been converted from the original old barn and retains many of the original features making it a great place to relax and unwind.
Hayloft Cottage is set on two storeys with a spacious double bedroom on the first floor as well as a modern bathroom with stylish bath and shower attachment.
Downstairs is an open plan living area with a charming lounge and wood-burner really adding to its cosy, romantic feel. There is a small pine table and chairs to one side overlooking the courtyard. Beyond the lounge is a small step down to a well-equipped kitchen with, a microwave, a hob, a oven, a fridge (with small freezer compartment) and a dishwasher.
Outside the cottage is the communal courtyard and guests are welcome to use the onsite shared indoor, heated swimming pool and sauna as well as a tennis court. There are also acres of landscaped gardens and woods for guests to wander, including a dedicated dog walking field.
The best bit is the proximity to the amazing North Devon beaches at Woolacombe, Putsborough, Saunton and Croyde which offers some of the best surfing in the UK.
The lively resorts of Woolacombe and Ilfracombe are a short drive away and have loads of great bars and restaurants. Exmoor is just a short drive away, or why not explore the South West Coast Path which will take you across the tops of the highest sea-cliffs in Europe.
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Cottage added 12th December 2016