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Fritillary Cottage

Bradworthy, Devon (Ref. 959778)

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Smoke-free
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Broadband / WiFi


    • “Devon Break”
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    • “Lovely barn conversion perfect for 2. Stayed here for New Year -close to many attractions in North Devon and Cornwall. In the lovely Devon countryside away from the hustle and bustle but not too far to drive to a variety of attractions. Home from home and in lovely surroundings with friendly hosts on site if needed. Would definitely come back.”

    PWSMS, January 2018

    • “The Best Kept Secret in North Devon! Simply Beautiful, Relaxing & Charming!”
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    • “I am writing this review whilst sat in this beautiful cottage on the last night of our week long stay as I wanted to do this place justice while the memories are fresh in my mind. I have to begin by stating that Fritillary Cottage was named Devon Holiday Cottage of the Year 2016 (A Fact I didn't know when I booked). After a lot of searching, I decided to book this cottage for a 7 night stay with my Wife and 19 month old son. It has been our first proper break away as a family since our son was born. Fritillary Cottage immediately jumped out to me during my search and it just felt right so I didnt hesitate in booking up. This is our first visit to Devon and it definately will not be our last. The Cottage is situated on South Worden Farm, made up of 15 acres of pasture land. The farm is just outside the village of Bradworthy. The Farm is owned and run by the most charming and welcoming couple Maggi & Charlie. What can I say about this Cottage? Well, it is clear to see that no expense has been spared in making this Cottage comfortable, cosy, warm and simply a place to retreat. It is fully equipped with all the Mod Cons one would want especially with a toddler. Fully equipped modern fitted kitchen, with Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Electric Hob and Oven, Microwave along with all Pots, Pans, Cutlery, Knives etc. (I will be investing in Judge saucepans when I go home, they are fantastic and brilliant quality. At this point I have to say that everything in the Cottage has been equipped for disabled accessability too such as the kitchen sink worktop & Hob can be lowered for wheelchair users, sliding door access to rooms and walk in shower. The Lounge is spacy with a comfy sofa, chair and footstool, Smart TV & DVD player, Ipod docking station for music and Wifi (which works absolutely fine). The Bedroom has a Large double bed (which is big enough to sleep 2 adults & a 19 month child), plenty of wardrobe space for clothes etc. The Bathroom is a superb wetroom style walk in shower which is fantastic and very refreshing after a long day out in Devon. The views from the Cottage are wonderful and so relaxing. Feel free to ask Maggi & Charlie for a tour of the Farm, they will be happy to show you around if they are not busy, the Farm has Pigs, Sheep, Lambs, Geese and Hens residing. One thing I have to recommend, buy some of the Farm's Pork Sausages & Gammon Steaks, they are the best we have ever tasted. On days out, we would recommend a drive to Lynmouth, its a beautiful coastal town, about an hour and a half drive but well worth visiting. There are plenty of beaches within about 30-45 mins driving distance, we visited Bude and it was worth it. For food shopping, there is a Waitrose and a Morrisons both within about 25-30 min drive away to stock up the kitchen, and for any emergencies Bradworthy does have a couple of convenience stores and a Butchers. If you like steak, try the Fillets from the local Butcher. In summary, the biggest endorsement I can give Fritillary Cottage is that my Wife and I can't wait to come back again and we are already discussing when we want to re-book. If relaxation, comfort, peace and fresh air and countryside are what you are looking for in a break away, this place ticks all the boxes and will not disappoint.”

    Paul Atwal A, Southampton, United Kingdom, September 2017

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    • “Yes Maggie and Charlie who own the cottage were really welcoming and I felt that we were in a very relaxed environment. The cottage was really warm and comfortable and they had thought if everything! Welcoming flowers, chocolates, a bottle of wine and a pint of milk. Really kind. Great location, loved being amongst the animals. Perfect for my son whose almost 3.”

    Miss Scrivener, Wimborne, October 2018

    • “We had a lovely week at Fritillary Cottage lucky with the weather. Maggie and Charlie are perfect hosts so helpful and friendly perfect place to celebrate our anniversary would definitely recommend this property and very likely to return.”

    Mrs Turner, Poole, September 2018

    • “This cottage definitely has the wow-factor. The cottage is set on a small farm and It is clean modern and contains everything you would need. Maggi is the perfect host, warm friendly and approachable. The surrounding Devon countryside and coastline are ideal for cyclists and walkers. Thoroughly recommend the Tarka Trail And Camel Trail. We shall be looking to return here in the future.”

    Mrs Terry, Fareham, August 2018

    • “Cottage was lovely location a bit remote, it is a long walk to the village and pub down very narrow roads, would not want to do that in the dark. Very quiet and dark for great sleeping lots to do with a drive, beaches, eating out etc, Clovelly worth a visit on a dry day, not too far to Tintagel and Padstow for a day out. Budge is close by and has supermarket and a great beach with some nice eateries too. Sandymouth beach national trust is good and has an excellent cafe.”

    Mr Statham, LEICESTER, August 2018

    • “What a surprise to stay at South Wooden Farm in Bradworthy! It was a fantastic week and we are happy about to be there. Sometimes we want to stay again there!”

    Mr Alischer, Koenigslutter, July 2018

    • “Lovely cottage (barn conversion) with all mod cons. Very comfortable and quiet with exception of the farm animals lambs Button and Ringo and various chicken”

    Mrs Townsend, Didcot, May 2018

    • “Highest standard of holiday cottage rental experienced .”

    Mr Tabrah, Alresford, May 2018

    • “Rural location so definitely need a car. Beautiful views and abundant wildlife. Good disabled access to private, warm, comfortable, well equipped cottage, on working farm. Owners very welcoming and hospitable, yet unobtrusive. Lovely place!”

    Mrs Green, Gillingham, March 2018

    • “most excellent holiday experience, problem with muddy roads being late in year not Maggi and Charlies fault”

    Mr Chambers, Grantham, October 2017

    • “Absolutely fantastic!!.. would highly recommend to anyone! Magi and Charlie are a very warm and welcoming couple! Thank you”

    Mrs Goucher, Mansfield, October 2017

    • “Excellent location. Although remote it was very peaceful and relaxing.”

    Mr Litheland, Stafford, September 2017

    • “WHAT A FIND! No wonder this cottage won the Best Devonshire Cottage 2016. Wonderful, wonderful immaculate light and airy cottage. the bar is set high here, got to be the top, this is the best cottage we've ever stayed in, that includes Gites in France over 25 years. The cottage has a lovely feel to it and is well thought out for able and less able people, kitchen is well equipped with loads of cupboard space and has everything you need. Good comfy king size bed with good quality linen. Big wet room with two different types of showers again with good linen. We're just deciding when to go to Frittillary Cottage again.”

    Mrs Gaylard, CAERPHILLY, July 2017

    • “Both Maggi and Charlie, we're extremely welcoming and friendly, they even helped us out of a pickle when our car broke down. The cottage is very well layed out and has everything you should need. We had a very relaxing fortnight and the weather was fantastic too.”

    Mrs Stoney, Sheffield, July 2017

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The Property

A fabulous transformation into a contemporary, modern holiday retreat for couples seeking a countryside getaway to recharge and unwind; Fritillary Cottage, once a store barn on the owner's small holding, is positioned in the beautiful north Devon countryside, just 7 miles from the coast. A rural sanctuary for those seeking a taste of country life, guests are treated to a supply of fresh eggs and have the opportunity to meet the sheep, pigs and other animals on the farm. Located on the Cornwall Devon border and a short distance to the coast, Fritillary Cottage is the perfect choice for exploring both counties. A trip to the surfing hot spot of Bude will take you less than half an hour by car. Stroll along the beach and soak up the laid back atmosphere of this popular seaside resort. Take a dip in the famous sea water pool during summer months, or enjoy a seafood lunch overlooking the beach at one of the many beach cafes and restaurants. Tintagel, Polzeath and Port Isaac are all day trips into Cornwall within an hour's drive of the cottage, and in the other direction visit the picturesque seaside village of Clovelly, or a little further afield the coastal town of Ilfracombe. Walkers will enjoy the beauty of the Hartland Peninsula where coastal footpaths and circular walks are available for all abilities. Close by, the Tamar Lakes offer the perfect spot for a picnic or some fishing in the summer sunshine, or for the more active try out some of the watersports on offer on the lake. The village of Bradworthy is within a mile where the village shops will provide you with your daily essentials and the Bradworthy Arms is a great stop off for an evening drink and a home cooked meal. Holsworthy is the nearest main town with a good supermarket, less than 15 minutes drive.

Named after a rare butterfly that you might be lucky enough to spot during your stay, Fritillary Cottage has been sensitively and thoughtfully converted by the owners, into a holiday home of superior quality suitable also for those with mobility issues or in a wheel chair. Spacious with a light and airy interior, a sleek dove grey kitchen at one end has been thoughtfully designed incorporating adjustable worktops. A circular dining table is centrally positioned for convenience and the attractive lounge area is furnished with double sofa bed and chair for couples to relax in supreme comfort. The bedroom is roomy with a king size bed, dressed in crisp white Egyptian cotton linens with an adjoining en-suite wet room. Outside a lawn garden overlooks the pasture and fields to the front of the cottage where guests can relax on garden furniture and enjoy alfresco dining. There is parking for 2 cars outside the cottage.


All on one floor. 1 x king-size double with en-suite wet room, shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and stitting room.


  • Underfloor heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, Smart TV, WiFi, iPod docking speaker, washing machine
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and high chair available
  • Off-road parking available for 2 cars
  • Lawned garden with garden furniture and barbecue
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Village shops and pub 1 mile.

Regional Information

BRADWORTHY Bude 10 miles. With its large village square surrounded by cottages, village shops, garage and pub (renowned locally for its beer and good food), Bradworthy is the perfect example of the typical Devon country village. Off the beaten track and surrounded by the lush green pastures of North Devon, it provides the perfect base for a truly relaxing holiday in an area with several top class visitor attractions. Just 3 miles away the Tamar Lakes provide fishing and an array of watersports for the enthusiast, while south-west is the beach resort of Bude, with its outstanding surfing, rocky coves, golf course and restaurants. Several excellent stretches of the SW Coast Path, the beaches at Sandy Mouth and Welcombe Mouth, Hartland Point Quay and Lighthouse and the beautiful cliff-side village of Clovelly and bike riding on the Tarka Trail are some of the attractions that should not be missed in this fascinating area.

This property offers the following short breaks:

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