Middle Coombe Farmhouse is a delightful property, filled with history and charm.
Throughout the property, the interior design has been finished with lovely, contemporary furnishing that complement the original features beautifully.
This large detached cottage, hosting seven bedrooms, would make the ideal base for a large group of family and friends looking for a festive break or an exciting celebration.
The ground floor plays host to a charming sitting room, boasting comfortable sofas which sit in front of a warming log burner.
Opposite is a cosy sitting room, filled with an abundance of books and games to enjoy during the winter evenings.
Cook your festive meals in the farmhouse-style kitchen/diner, where you will find an impressive dining table where everybody can comfortably sit around.
Upstairs, you will discover six well-appointed bedrooms, (including interlinking family rooms) perfect for unwinding after an exciting day.Downstairs one bedroom which can be used as a double or twin and suitable for partially disabled with an ensuite.
Outside, you will be able to entertain your guests during the summer months within an enclosed garden at the front of the house and an enclosed courtyard at the back of the house, complete with garden furniture, a barbecue and an open fire perfect for al fresco dining.
The adjacent gardens lead to the shared solar heated outdoor swimming pool with sun lounges and hot tub.
Hot tub is opened all year round.There are 200 acres of woodland in your back garden to enjoy and in the summer a field with football goal posts and a marquee for games.
In the winter there is the Cider barn which acts as a games room with a pool table and more.
For local amenities you will find the nearest pub in the village of Uplowman and the closest shop is 3.5 miles away.
For days out, be sure to visiting the town of Tiverton, where you will find a larger selection of cafes, pubs and shops to enjoy.
Additionally, you can explore the history of the area by visiting the 11th-century Bickleigh Castle with moated gardens and the National Trust property of Knightshayes Court.
This historic house in this tranquil, peaceful area of rural Devon has been a family home for many years; it is filled with interesting memorabilia, excellent furniture, is full of character and much loved.
Allensdown Barn is adjacent to this property and would accommodate up to 23 guests in total between both cottages cottages providing exclusive use (bar the owners living onsite).
Please enquire if you wish to book this property Middle Coombe Farm.
If you wish for further information on the bedroom configuration, please give us a call.
Seven bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double (zip/link beds, can be twin on request) with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 2 x doubles with en-suite, with shower over bath, basin and WC, 1 x family bedroom with a double bed and two singles, 1 x family bedroom with double bed and single, 1 x double (zip/link beds, can be twin on request), 1 x single bedroom. Family bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Separate WC room with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Utility/pantry. Sitting room with open fire. Sitting room/library.
Due to the age and character of the property it is important to note that several bedrooms can only be accessed via other bedrooms. From the landing on the first floor you can access a double bedroom (no en-suite), leading off this is a single bedroom. Leading through from the double is the family bedroom (double and 2 singles). The family bedroom again leads through to a second double bedroom (with en-suite). This final bedroom has a fire escape door, so can also be accessed via the track running by outside. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor that have “normal” access; this is the double with en-suite and double with zip/link beds.
For a floor plan, or if you wish for further information on the bedroom configuration, please give us a call.
About the location
SAMPFORD PEVERELL, DEVON
Tiverton 5.6 miles; Exeter 17.5 miles
This quaint village of Sampford Peverell, boasts a superb location in Mid Devon, playing host to a village hall, couple of pubs, shop and some sports facilities including a multi-use games area. Babbling through the heart of the village is the Grand Western Canal, providing some glorious cycle and walking routes framed by idyllic scenery. Being situated near the M5, you are within diving distance to a variety of attractions to suit all tastes. You also have the Tiverton Parkway station within walking distance.Tiverton is home a romantic castle, and horse-drawn barge trips along the canal. Explore the Jacobean Great House of St. George, three medieval almshouses, and the parish church of St. Peter. Pay a visit to the Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life, where you will find 14 galleries of exhibits including the Tivvy Bumper GWR locomotive and you can learn about the town's detailed history. The National Trust's Knightshayes is also worth a visit, with its inspiring walled garden and Gothic architecture, a lovely day out for the whole family. Explore the surrounding area and further afield, with acres of parkland to bring the kids and their four legged friends, as well as 'Buzzards', a tranquil woodland in the Dart Valley, with otters, dormice and a plethora of other wildlife. You are also within reach of Blackdowns Hills AONB and Dartmoor National Park, while the city of Exeter offers a historic quayside, cathedral and golf club. Discover a whole other experience here in a wonderful part of England.