- The immaculate interior with a great sense of space and light.
- Lunch beside the pond with a stunning backdrop of rolling countryside.
- Delicious home-made goodies on arrival from the owners.
- Discovering the beautiful Jurassic coast, rugged moorland and city of Exeter, all virtually on the doorstep.
The open plan living room and kitchen form the hub of this contemporary home with a sleek kitchen to one side and vast windows opening to the garden, timber veranda and pond at the rear.There are two light filled bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities to either side of the living space providing privacy to couples or working equally well for families. Pocket sprung mattresses, Egyptian cotton linen and goose down duvets ensure restful sleep whilst the master bedroom is furnished with independently, electrically adjustable mattresses. The en-suite to this room comprises a spacious wet room style shower, his and her basins and a large bath with wall mounted TV! Both bathrooms also have a telephone. With accommodation all on one level this is a perfect retreat for those in wheelchairs or with mobility issues with sliding doors from both bedrooms and the living space to the veranda. There are also discreet functional features such as bespoke kitchen with adjustable height induction hob and wide doorways.
The pretty enclosed garden is at the rear of The Granary with a wide covered timber veranda providing a great spot for breakfast, lunch or drinks beside the lovely pond. The setting is just delightful with the backdrop of the golden larch building and beautiful parkland beyond. For returning beach goers and muddy paws there is even an outdoor shower!The Granary welcomes dogs and children, however please note that the pond is open and unfenced.
Visitors to The Granary will enjoy the relaxed rural environment with delightful walks from the doorstep and pretty villages dotted around the countryside. Head for foodie pub The Thirsty Farmer at Whimple around 2 miles distant.Ottery St Mary is just over 3 miles away with a good range of individual shops, pubs and cafes as well as a Sainsbury’s supermarket. The town is famous for its traditional burning of Tar Barrels every year! Only a mile away Escot Park and gardens makes a great day out for the whole family; discover red squirrels, wild boars and birds of prey! National Trust owned Killerton House is also nearby; a fine 18th Century house and landscape garden with a renowned historical fashion collection. For a more cosmopolitan experience head to Exeter; a delightful small city with a beautiful cathedral, wide range of shops and many good restaurants. Beach lovers should head south to the dramatic Jurassic coast. Seaton, Sidmouth or Budleigh Salterton or Lyme Regis provide good old fashioned seaside fun. If you have friends or family who wish to visit, the owners offer B & B accommodation just next door.