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Tack Room

Hartland, Devon (Ref. 959904)

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  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Sauna
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Broadband / WiFi


    • “The owners of the cottages were wonderful hosts they made us so welcome ,the moment we arrived Annie came out to greet us and was keen to show us around she was so welcoming and made us feel at home. Vicky prepared us a complimentary scrumptious cream tea which we thought was a lovely gesture. Cheristow cottages are located in the most beautiful part of Devon with the most breath taking views and landscapes,No matter which way you venture. This part of Deven is a walkers paradise but for those of you that just need a place to unwind and enjoy your surroundings there are still plenty of places to visit . One of our most favourite of these places was Hartland Quay it's spectacular and dramatic landscape was just stunning, a must to see on your stay here. No matter how you choose to spend your days here walking or sightseeing when you return to the cottage you can end your day by relaxing in the hot tub and unwinding. Thankyou to our hosts at Cheristow cottages for making our stay great.”

    Mrs Tully, Ashford, July 2018

    • “The property owners were fantastic and very knowledgeable of the local area. The location was brilliant and we had a stunning weekend away. Will definitely be booking again!”

    Mr Tyrrell, Carmarthen, June 2018

    • “Fantastic hosts! They couldn't do enough for us. Scones were a lovely welcome. Im still buzzing thinking of the wonderful break we had for my Partners Birthday. He also loved everything. Defiantly will be back. Tracy & Steve. from Oxford.”

    Mrs Boodell, Oxford, May 2018

    • “Perfect bolthole for our 17th Anniversary. Vicky & Annie made us feel very welcome, the scones & jam on arrival was a nice touch!! Tastefully decorated, well stocked kitchen , cleanliness A* . Will be looking to book again soon, thank you all”

    Miss Morton - Sherwood, Bristol, October 2017

    • “The owners of the property could not have been more welcoming and friendly and helpful! Lovely place to stay”

    Mr Breakspear, Canterbury, July 2017

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The Property

This tiny cottage is a great-bolt hole in the countryside close to the beautiful North Devon coast and the South West Coast Path. The Tack Room is one of a group of characterful holiday cottages converted from farm
buildings on the unspoiled Hartland Peninsula, close to the border of North Devon and Cornwall. It has a galley kitchen and a 7.5 sq m bedroom, with small table and upright chairs (no separate seating area) and an adjoining en-suite shower room; everything you need for a cosy
self-catering stay. And guests have the use of the on-site, indoor hot tub and sauna, bookable for private use (generally available from Easter to October). Outside you can relax in the small sunny seating area, and are welcome to use the picnic/play area with its picnic tables.

Everyone's invited to join in with feeding the owners' animals - chickens, ducks and pigs - each morning.

So close to probably the most dramatic stretch of the South West Coast Path, this is a fabulous area for walking - for cream teas and gardens - and for cycling, sailing, surfing and fishing too. The closest beaches, at Berry and Hartland Quay - with its friendly pub - are craggily beautiful, often deserted and great for rock pooling and adventurous swimming. Within half an hour's drive south are the beauty spots of Welcombe Mouth, Morwenstow and Sandy Mouth with its long sandy beach. And there are more surfing and boarding beaches at Bude and Widemouth Bay. To the north are the picturesque, steeply cobbled village of Clovelly, the vast beach at Westward Ho! and the pretty coastal estuary towns of Appledore, and Instow. Hartland village, with its shops, pubs, café, potteries and crafts, is a 20-minute walk through woodland. Hartland Abbey Gardens are a 10-minute stroll.

Short breaks available out of season. There is off road parking available close to the cottages. Tack room is one 5 properties that can be booked together for larger family groups. The owners, their children and dogs, live in the old farmhouse so are on hand and happy to help in any way they can.


Over one level. One bedroom: 1 x double with en-suite shower room, shower, basin and WC and dining area. Kitchen. Shared sauna, hot tub (seasonal times apply)


  • Electric panel heaters
  • Electric 2 ring hob, microwave, fridge, shared laundry facilities, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 1 car
  • Patio with furniture
  • Shared children's play area/picnic area
  • Spa room with hot tub &, sauna (generally available Easter - October for private booking available free of charge)
  • One small dog welcome at £25, per week
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop/pub under 3 miles
  • Coast under 2 miles
  • Note: Sorry no children or infants
  • Note: This property does not have a conventional oven
  • Note: No separate sitting room.

Regional Information

HARTLAND, DEVON (CHERISTOW FARM COTTAGES) Clovelly 6 miles; Bude 15 miles; Bideford 15 miles A great escape for coast and country-lovers; North Devon’s Hartland Peninsula is a remarkably peaceful Area of Outstanding National Beauty with a spectacular Atlantic coastline. The South West Coast Path runs along it with its dramatic cliff formations, waterfalls, woodland, wild and accessible bays with sand exposed at low tide; views of Hartland Point lighthouse and Lundy Island. Harland village, a few miles back from the coast, has a post office and general store, and a monthly farmers’ market; potteries and craft shops, a friendly café and pubs serving food. A mile away, in its beautiful, private valley running down to the sea, Hartland Abbey House & Gardens (& tea room) make a great outing. The Abbey was dissolved in 1539 - surviving longer than any in England - descendants of the same family live there still. St Nectan’s medieval church in Stoke is fascinating too; its stand-out feature the 128-foot tower known as Peeping Tom, used by sailors to help navigate the treacherous North Devon coast. And right down at the ancient Hartland Quay there’s a small Shipwreck & Smuggling Museum, a very child and dog-friendly pub and hotel, and a rock-pooly beach - good for swimming when the tides are right (and dog-friendly out-of-season). The old fishing village of Clovelly, 6 miles away, has a timeless appeal too with its steeply cobbled main street and donkeys still helping deliver fuel and shopping to villagers, and visitors’ luggage. Down by the handsome 14th-century working harbour is the Red Lion Hotel. To the north and south of Hartland Peninsula are broad sandy beaches good for swimming, surfing and body-boarding: at Northam and Westward Ho!; Sandy Mouth and Bude. Take a ferry across the Torridge between pretty Appledore and Instow, take a bike on the Tarka Trail between Ilfracombe and Meeth. Families with young children enjoy the animals and attractions at the The Milky Way and Wake Park aqua park, and at The Big Sheep near Bideford. And there’s more to discover…

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas