A charming 18th Century Grade 11 listed house situated in the village of Northam, lying between Westward Ho! and Appledore in North Devon. We are centrally located with shops, pubs and restaurants nearby, and with the benefit of off-road parking in the courtyard (one vehicle per unit).
There is full use of the garden to the main house, fully enclosed for our two and four-legged guests. Tables and chairs are provided for dining out in the summer months.
A local bus service which stops outside the house will take you to Bideford, Bamstaple, llfracombe and beyond; and regular rail services in Barnstaple and Exeter connect with mainland UK destinations.
Our cottages offer:
Fully furnished rooms, equipped to a homely standard.
Fully equipped kitchens with electric cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, toaster,slow cooker and washing machine (sorry, no dishwasher bring your ('marigolds'!).
Iron, ironing board, cleaning equipment.
Duvets (not feathered) and bedspreads. Blankets are available if preferred. Linen and towel hire available.
Cots, highchairs and stair gates are available for our tiny visitors (no linen forcots).
Electricity by coin meter.
Night storage heating in Cross House Cottage. Cross House Wing is centrally heatedat the discretion of the owners.
Pets are welcome, at no charge for up to two. however, a charge will be made for more than two pets.
We take a damage deposit, returnable within 7 days if no damage has occurred.
A charge is made for any additional persons over the maximum which each accommodation sleeps.
Whether you're on a touring holiday or just enjoying a short break in this unspoilt area of North Devon, our cottages offer an ideal base.
There are many beaches nearby - Westward Ho! is only five minutes drive and cars can be driven onto Northarn Burrows, adjacent to the beach (charges are made during the season). Instow, Croyde, Saunton Sands and Woolacombe are all within an easy drive.
For our green-fingered guests there's RHS Rosemoor Gardens, Tapeley Park and, further afield, the Eden Project.
Also not to be missed are Clovelly, with steep cobbled streets leading down to the picturesque harbour; and Lynton & Lynmouth, scene of the tragic flood of 1952 and linked by the famous cliff railway.
There's horse-riding locally or, for the more adventurous, theTarka Trail where you can walk for miles or hire cycles for the whole family while you take in the beauty of the surrounding countryside.
For those guests with children there's The Milky Way
The Big Sheep
adventure parks only a short drive away.