Oaktree Cottage has been lovingly restored to offer accommodation for two people. The living area is laid out in an open-plan style and wood floors and oak stairs add a depth of character to this already charming property. Oaktree Cottage has a shared garden, offering ample opportunity for a spot of outdoor dining during the hazy summer evenings. There is off-road parking for up to two cars, and the local pub and shops are just three miles away.
One double bedroom. Large double-ended bath with hand-held shower attachment, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with door leading to patio, dining area and bright sitting area.
Oil central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV, DVD player. Washing machine and tumble dryer in shared utility room. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot available on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared use of garden. Pets by arrangement. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pubs 3 miles. Note: Unfenced pond on site, children must be supervised at all times. Note: Water supply is from a bore hole.
Broadwoodkelly was originally the home for local farm workers and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. In the centre of the village is a 13th Century church which boasts many interesting features, including a Wagon Roof in the porch with decorated bosses. The organ previously belonged to Lord John Thynne and came from the Cloisters of Westminster Abbey. While Broadwoodkelly is still mainly a quiet rural village, it does have village events during the year, including sports days, garden open days, and village gatherings. The village is well-served by a number of country walks and there is excellent fishing to be found in the nearby rivers and streams. Okehampton is just 8 miles from Broadwoodkelly and from there you can explore the rugged beauty of Dartmoor. Alternatively, if you want sun, sand and surf, the stunning North Devon Coast is just a short drive away.
Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea?