Honeysuckle Farm Sign Front View of Honeysuckle End Holiday Cottage Welcome Food Basket Back From The Beach Dog Friendly Holiday CottageLiving Room With Real Log Burner Three Large Bedrooms

Large Thatched Family Holiday Cottage, Dog Friendly Set in the Devon Countryside

Archway to Thatched Cottage

Honeysuckle End is traditional Devon Thatched Cottage and a period dwelling that was mentioned in the Doomsday book. This a Grade 2 listed building had its first taste of modernisation in 1720 when a sundial was added to the exterior of the cottage. Just like many old properties it has evolved over the centuries and is now a Holiday Cottage for those who enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Devon Countryside.

The charm and character is still present throughout the cottage giving a cosy country cottage feel. When entering the cottage there is spacious corridor with a rustic stone floor, ideal for keeping bikes and surfboards. There is a large cosy lounge with log burner that sits in its own large stone fireplace. Across the hall is large country kitchen with all the mod cons including a Rayburn cooker. In the centre of the room there is a large country dining table where the family can all sit and enjoy a meal.

At the top of the staircase is a large landing leading to 3 spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from a ensuite shower and W.C. All bedrooms enjoy views of the surrounding farm, garden and countryside.

We welcome families and the large private garden is a great place for the children to play. There is a huge trampoline where they can have hours of fun. There is lots to see around the farm and we are happy to arrange for the children to look around the farm and see what a working farm in Devon is like. We are ideally located to explore North, South and Mid Devon so there is always something to see and do.

Honeysuckle End is a Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage. As well as the private garden there is also a large paddock where you can exercise your dog. There are also many nearby country walks with stunning views of the countryside.

Less than a mile away is the charming village of Thorverton with its cobbled streets and thatched cottages. Within the village you can sample the local ales and enjoy a tasty meal.