Bude 7 miles.
Discover this simply gorgeous contemporary dwelling hidden in plain sight behind a stone front exterior, resting on an historic West Devon farm, now managed for conservation of habitat and wildlife.Guests will have access 4 acre woodlandand 16 acres of meadows , Hoppers Barn is a fabulous retreat for a group of six.
This rural location affords you easy access to the nearby Cornish coastline as well as the beautiful Devonshire countryside so you can find activities to suit all.
Head inside under the unique porch area and through the large wood front door into the marvellous open-plan living space, offering a bright and lofty room to relax in when you’re not exploring the area.
Move beneath the high, apex ceiling into the country kitchen space, hosting a range of appliances including an electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer and a dishwasher, making your self-catered stay a breeze.
Indulge in delicious food and flowing wine around the dining table which takes centre stage in the open-plan space, before settling down into the sitting area; here you can flick on the TV while the wood burning stove crackles away in the background, or spend a quiet moment up above on the mezzanine snug, where bean bags offer a great way to lounge.
A handsome wooden staircase leads to the ground floor and three pristine bedrooms; a king-size bedroom with pretty wrought-iron bed frame and a smart en-suite shower room, a twin room which can be a super king on request thanks to zip/link features and a second twin room, with each one decorated with beautiful furnishings and linens and a TV.
Discover the lovely bathroom on this floor too, holding a bath with a shower over, offering a great place to freshen up.
Spend your summer mornings waking up to a breakfast laid out on the outdoor furniture at the front patio, or play with the little ones on the lawn.
Dunsdon National Nature Reserve next door to Hoppers Barn provides a great spot to explore when you want to get out for some fresh air, or for those more adventurous, try a new watersport a little further northward at Upper Tamar Lake with Tamar Lakes Activity Centre, offering kayaking, canoeing and much more.
Enjoy walking along the South West Coast Path, and come to the bustling town of Bude where a host of eateries and shops await you, along with two beautiful beaches, one dog friendly, perfect for catching those waves on a surfboard.
If you’ve never surfed before then there are several surf schools here and an expert will show you the ropes, or for those who prefer a more relaxing activity, take a dip in the Bude Sea Pool.
Head down the coast to the village of Tintagel which has its own castle to explore as well as being said to be the birthplace of the mythical King Arthur, with an incredible monument atop a cliff perfect for capturing a holiday snap.
Create everlasting memories in Devon and Cornwall from the comfort of Hoppers Barn.