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|About||Quaint Devon bungalow with exceptional views over Braunton and the North Devon Coast Line. We can sleep up to 6 people and with a brand new hot tub.|
The property was recently re furbished in August 2016 in the shabby chic style with Laura Ashley finishes. There is a good size kitchen with dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, electric oven and hob, microwave with grill and for the coffee lovers an Nesspresso Machine with milk frother. Some capsules will be provided but if you really love your coffee then please bring your own or more can be purchased from the owner. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath and extensive views. The large lounge diner has stunning views to the side and front with Plasma TV and Sky. Wifi is available. As you exit the lounge you access the passage way to the first of the three bedrooms which is a pretty little twin room with swallow soft furnishings, double wardrobe and bedside cabinet next is the double with ensuite shower room, double wardrobe and chest of drawers with bedside cabinets at the end of the hall is the super king which can be split to make it into a twin with double wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside cabinets and a Victorian iron towel stand. All of the rooms except the kitchen have stunning south facing views with the kitchen enjoying open countryside views. The property is carpeted throughout excluding the kitchen and bathrooms. To the front of the property is a patio area and lawns with paving to the hot tub for 5/6 persons and a secure potting shed containing the washing machine and dryer which is also ideal for keeping your surf boards or bicycles. Every element has been thought of carefully to provide you with utmost comfort during your stay which include fluffy white towels and high quality white linen throughout. There is also ample parking to the back of the property with security lighting and further storage should it be required for your canoe !!
Throughout the property are original works of art.
Last but not least are the views stunning doesn't even begin to describe them there is certainly no need to watch the TV day or night