2 miles from Hartland, in the little village of Stoke (church), a detached, Grade II listed, 16th cent. house with courtyard, enclosed garden (barbecue) and indoor heated swimming pool (28' x 16' x 3' to 7' deep) with decking (table/chairs) overlooking the garden. Small lawned garden with big ash tree. Games room (table tennis, pool table). Lovely walks through Hartland Abbey's woods to the sea. Formerly owned by the Abbey, the house has been beautifully converted and lovingly restored and furnished (some low lintels). Slate-floored hall (6' ceiling). Living/dining room with beams, inglenook fireplace (woodburner) and Smart TV/DVD. Kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, larder fridge, two electric cookers) with tiled floor and stable doors to back patio and courtyard; two steps down from kitchen to twin bedroom (TV). Second living room with Smart TV (electric fire). Double bedroom (TV/DVD); two shower-rooms (suites); loo. Stairs (stairgates) up to three more bedrooms - a double with beams and ceiling to apex, one with double plus single bed, and a single. Bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). Tumble drier in shed.
A comfortable, well-equipped house with an excellent swimming pool.
Hartland: attractive large village (shops, three pubs; lovely former abbey, setting for BBC's Sense and Sensibility, sometimes open) of a remote, beautiful area with spectacular cliffs (Hartland Quay). Stoke, 2 miles. Coast path; great sea birdwatching. Lighthouse at Hartland Point. Clovelly (fishing trips), 5 miles. Bideford (nearest town), Westward Ho! (golf/big beach) and Bude, all about 15 miles.
Five bedrooms. On the first floor: 1 x family room with double and single, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, hand shower, WC, basin. On the ground floor: 1 x twin, 1 x double. Two shower rooms with showers, WCs, basins. Ground floor WC with basin. Hall. Two sitting rooms, one with dining area and wood burning stove, the other with electric fire. Kitchen. Heated indoor swimming pool. Games room.
HARTLAND Meddon 5.5 miles. The village of Hartland, whose parish includes the hamlet of Stoke to the west and the village of Meddon in the south, is the most northwesterly settlement in the county of Devon, England. The town of Hartland is remote and hosts many craft shops and potteries in addition to cafés and restaurants. There is a long main street, with cottages either side, leading to the town square and the church of St John. Enjoy views of the coastline in the British Isles from Hartland Point. There are many vantage points, accessible by car or on foot, from which you can admire views of the coast. Not far away is Hartland Quay, with much to see and available accommodation. A local Shipwreck Museum is certainly worth a visit.
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