- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
12 Customer Review(s)
“The Coach House is extremely spacious accommodation, very clean and comfortable with a well equipped kitchen.”
Great communication with Jayne the manager beforehand as well as on-site when we arrived. We will definitely return to this part of Devon and to this accomodation.
Great communication with Jayne the manager beforehand as well as on-site when we arrived. We will definitely return to this part of Devon and to this accomodation.- Mrs Henriksen, July 2020
“The Coach House provides fantastic holiday accommodation, a real home from home, probably one of the best equipped cottages we have stayed in.”
The Coach House is situated in a great location with beautiful surroundings. Will definitely like to go back again.- Mrs Addison, February 2020
“The Coach House is idea if you are looking for a relaxing holiday.”
We had a lovely week.- Mrs Batchelor, July 2019
“Superb setting very tranquil.”
Spacious comfortable house easy to get to lots of different places.- Miss Dewar, May 2019
“This was our fifth visit to the Coach House or the Stables at Cadhay both of which are very good, so that says it all!”
We love the location with its lovely gardens and peaceful countryside .- Mr Phillips, May 2019
“The coach house is a very well equipped, spotlessly clean and most comfortable cottage in an idyllic and very peaceful setting.”
It is spacious inside and light and airy and the long windows in the sitting room let you look out onto the beautiful grounds from the comfortable chairs. The kitchen has everything you need and its large table and good supply of crockery, cutlery and glasses is much appreciated. The bedrooms are large, with en suites, and have plenty of storage and are very comfortable, we slept well. We really enjoyed our week here, the people at Cadhay are welcoming and friendly and the information in the folder was very helpful, particularly the local walks which were lovely. The cottages are dog friendly and there is a field that can be used for exercise which was useful. This was a relaxing place to return to after days out, we had booked it to attend a family wedding locally, we hope to return and explore more of this lovely area and just enjoy being at Cadhay.- Ms Johnson-proctor, March 2019
“We have stayed on the Cadhay estate before and as before we received a warm welcome from the owners, who are lovely.”
My only comment would be that the property is advertised as having antiques - this nearly put us off as our very young grandchildren were coming with us this time and we were concerned that the property might not be suitable. However the property was very well suited, there was plenty of room for us all, and nothing too valuable to damage. We were so pleased that we booked it. You might want to reconsider the description?- Mrs Mathews, October 2018
“A very well appointed, warm and comfortable cottage with particularly spacious downstairs accommodation.”
Delightful setting. Excellent accessibility to the coast and inland attractions. Very efficient and friendly staff. Our only criticism was that the adjoining greenhouse was a bit of a mess- Mrs Barnett, October 2018
“We have been to the Coach House before and we always enjoy our visits.”
It suits our needs perfectly and we hope to return next year. We enjoy this part of Devon and the relaxing atmosphere that Cadhay offers. Jayne and Rupert are pleasant, friendly and helpful and are always available should we need them during our stay. Thank you- Ms Abbott, September 2018
“This was our fourth visit to the Stables or Coach House, Cadhay and had high expectations , which were fulfilled.”- Mr Bishop, July 2018
“This is the third time we have stayed at the properties in Cadhay and we are recommending it to all our friends and planning a return visit again next year if we manage to book in time.”
its a place of pure escapism from the noise of home, giving a serenity that restores the soul - whatever age you are. Thank you for all of your help.- Miss Tily, June 2018
“This is the second time in a year I have stayed at the Coach House in the last six months.”
It is in the loveliest setting and is wonderful if you have a dog, as I do. Everyone at Cadhay goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. The cottage is really well equipped if you like to cook while you are away, as I do, I will return again.- Mrs Colclough, April 2018
In a corner of the original walled kitchen garden of magnificent Cadhay (G100, tours on Fridays), 50 yards away, are the former Stables and Coach House.
They have been beautifully converted with flair into two good cottages, each with its own small patio and grassy area (table/chairs) overlooking the walled garden.
Inside the walled garden are beautifully kept allotments, fruit trees and a fascinating greenhouse, tended by the resident gardener, one of the friendliest and most knowledgeable you can meet.
Over Whitsun Bank Holiday week in May, a church fête and other charity events and the Nat.
Garden Scheme are held at Cadhay and the walled garden is open over August Bank Holiday, when a section of the garden is roped off for your privacy.
The original farm buildings are close by.
Professional catering available.
Good walking from the front door.
Exceptional for garden and country lovers.
The Coach House is light, spacious, with beams upstairs, some excellent antiques, interesting paintings, bright rugs.
Hall - originally the tack room with pine panelling and saddle racks - to big, bright living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, woodburner (logs included), Persian rugs, TV/DVD.
Spacious fitted kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, microwave, freezer, larder fridge, electric cooker) with tiled floor and door to the big working greenhouse through which is access to your garden (barbecue).
Stairs (door at bottom, top stairgate) up to three bedrooms - a large double (6' zip-linked bed) with en suite bathroom (suite with separate shower); another pretty double (5' bed) with beams, en suite bathroom (suite) and limited clothes-hanging space, and a twin with beams and en suite bathroom (suite with separate shower). Ottery St Mary: small market town (sports centre, tennis, pubs, restaurants, church), amid rolling farmland and beautiful woods beside the River Otter, where Coleridge was born and wrote a sonnet to the river.
Honiton (sports centre/indoor swimming pool), 5 miles.
Exeter, 12 miles; the Coast Path and sea (and golf) at Sidmouth, 5.
1st FloorGround Floor
- Three bedrooms: 1 x super king (can convert to twin) with en suite bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC and basin, 1 x king size double with en suite bathroom with bath, WC and basin, 1 x twin with en suite bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC and basin
- Ground floor hall
- Sitting room with wood burning stove
- Kitchen with dining area and door to greenhouse/garden
- Ground floor WC with basin.
- Central heating with wood burning stove
- Microwave, fridge, freezer, tumble dryer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with DVD, WiFi, Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available on request, Off road parking for three cars
- Two well-behaved dogs wecome, Sorry no smoking
- Pub less than 1 mile from property
- Note: Over Whitsun bank holiday week in May, a church fête and other charity events and the National Garden scheme are held at Cadhay and the walled garden is open over August bank holiday, when a section of the garden is roped off for your privacy
- Note: If charging an electric car at this property you will be asked to leave an honest contribution towards to cost
- Note: This property has a private water supply which is tested regularly
- Note: Christmas and New Year change overs will be on the following dates; Friday 20th December 2019 Friday 27th December 2019 Monday 21st December 2020 Monday 28th December 2020.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
OTTERY ST MARY
Alfington 2 miles; Honiton 5.5 miles; Sidmouth 6.5 miles; Exeter 14 miles.
Ottery St Mary sits beside the River Otter and is well known for its literary connections to the poet Coleridge and for its beautiful church often referred to as a Exeter cathedral lookalike. Ottery St Mary is also famous for its traditional 'Tar Barrels' which attracts more than 3000 visitors on 5th November each year. Ottery has welcoming traditional Devon pubs and plenty of individual shops, offering quality local produce and a warm welcome to visitors. The area is a walkers’ paradise, with strolls along the banks of the River Otter or hill climbs offering magnificent views as far as Dartmoor. Nearby Escot Country Park is a fabulous wildlife visitor attraction for the whole family and the dramatic 20 mile stretch of Jurassic Coast, England’s first natural World Heritage Site is a short drive from Ottery where resorts such as Seaton, Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth and Sidmouth are found along this stretch of coastline. An easy drive from Ottery is the cathedral city of Exeter with plenty of large shops, a wealth of museums, a theatre and many fabulous restaurants.
Note: Over Whitsun bank holiday week in May, a church fête and other charity events and the National Garden scheme are held at Cadhay and the walled garden is open over August bank holiday, when a section of the garden is roped off for your privacy. Spring water.
Please note Christmas and New Year change overs will be on the following dates;
Friday 20th December 2019
Friday 27th December 2019
Monday 21st December 2020
Monday 28th December 2020
Monday 20th December 2021
Monday 27th December 2021
This property offers the following short breaks:
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