This welcoming, end-terrace property rests centrally in the Devonshire village of Bridestowe. Church Gate Cottage comes set with comfortable accommodation for three visitors, perfect for small families or a group of friends to come and explore this magnificent rural location. Enter straight into the homely sitting room, the cosy sofas are paired with a wonderful woodburning stove and a TV to make this a comfortable spot to sit and relax of an evening. Adjacent to this sits a splendid, neutrally furnished kitchen/diner which is excellently appointed and lined with fresh cream-coloured units. The first floor provides two immaculately decorated bedrooms which are made up of a double and a single bedroom, making the perfect accommodation for a family. Also on this level is an attractive family bathroom with wood panelling and a bath with a separate shower cubicle. Just a stone's throw from here you will find Bridestowe's friendly pub which serves food, as well as a handy village shop. Dartmoor National Park is easily accessible, here you can take advantage of the idyllic walking and cycling paths and trails that are on offer. Also just a short drive away is the town of Okehampton which showcases a stunning castle, a fascinating local museum and a wealth of first-class amenities. This lovely end-terrace getaway is an ideal stay for those who wish to explore the wonders of this beautiful region.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with a bath, shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
BRIDESTOWE Okehampton 6 miles; Tavistock 11 miles; Launceston 12.5 miles A friendly little village perched on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, Bridestowe benefits from a charming village pub serving food as well as a handy shop. Easily reachable is the town of Okehampton which benefits from a wide range of amenities as well as a castle, a leisure and the Museum of Dartmoor Life. Lovers of the outdoors can head into the wondrous Dartmoor National Park, an idyllic landscape abounding in breath-taking walking and cycling country. Slightly further afield you can take a trip around the fascinating towns of Launceston and Tavistock with their quaint architecture and much to see and do.