A cosy 18th century cottage retreat for two just 2 miles from Dulverton, Number 10, Brushford sits in a stunning rural location close to the River Barle, on the southern edge of Exmoor. A former farm labourer's home, the cottage is positioned below Brushford village church and has been lovingly restored and recently decorated, featuring a woodburning stove and a welcome hamper on arrival. A real romantic retreat ideal for couples, the property has its own private garden and off road parking. Pets are welcome and a cot and highchair can be made available on request.
Downstairs living space features great attention to detail throughout. The sitting room with underfloor heating contains a comfortable sofa and armchair, a Smart TV and a woodburner.
A fully fitted kitchen is just off the sitting room with an electric oven and induction hob, a fridge freezer, washer dryer, dishwasher, ironing facilities, a hoover, kettle, toaster, a couple of cookbooks for inspiration and all essential cookware and utensils.
Upstairs is a luxury double bedroom with a dressing room adjacent, plus a bathroom with underfloor heating, a heated towel rail, wash basin, wc and a bath with a shower attachment.
A small herb garden situated at the front of the cottage and a side garden to the right are for your own use only. Seating is provided and guests are welcome to help themselves to herbs.
Free off road parking is available just opposite, adjacent to the number 10 sign. A small shed ideal for bike and outdoor equipment storage is onsite and a hose/ outdoor tap is available, perfect for washing off muddy dogs.
Guests also have shared access (with next door) to a vegetable patch and an orchard with a pond and river. You are welcome to help yourself to seasonal fruit and vegetables from here. We also have free range eggs available in season.
Arrival is from 4pm and departure by 10am. Weekly stays are available during peak season. Short breaks are available off peak. Check availability online and book direct.
The property is located on the edge of Exmoor National Park in historic Brushford village with a 13th century church. A choice of scenic walks branch out from the village. Dulverton, one of Exmoor's most popular tourist destinations alongside a tributary of the River Exe is just 2 miles away and contains a variety of antique shops, fine inns, restaurants and independent shops. Dunster, Porlock and Lynmouth on the Exmoor Heritage Coast are a mere 10 miles away.