This beautiful 17th century cottage sits nestled in the picturesque Devon countryside, offering the perfect rustic retreat.
Payhembury Barn Cottage is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
For those seeking peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of urban living, look no further than this charming abode. Once a barn, Payhembury Cottage has been respectfully transformed into this delightful getaway. Its location in East Devon makes for the ideal spot from which to relax with your fellow guests, or to use as a base to explore the region. Why not take a short drive to the stunning coast, or hire in your own private chef for an evening of fine dining? Sleeping up to six guests across three bedrooms, this is an excellent spot for families and friends alike.
Modern and rustic aesthetics combine at The Cottage, ensuring a unique experience which stays respectful to its homespun roots. Exposed timber beams frame the high vaulted ceilings, as stone-effect ceramic tiles line the floor. An eclectic mix of artwork also adorns the walls throughout. The main living area is open planned, providing the perfect setting to relax in the evening after a long day's exploring.
The kitchenette comes well equipped with all the mod-cons needs to cook up a storm and there is a dining table for six adjacent (complete with chess set). The sitting area has ample seating, a traditional wood burner, and even a mini bar! There are three bedrooms in the property, each with their own distinctly warm colour palette: the master bedroom, with a super king size bed and en suite wet room; a double bedroom, again with a wet room; and the twin bedroom, with two memory foam singles and WC with walk-in shower. Step outside the patio doors in the living area and you will have a full three acres of private land to enjoy, including a private courtyard and garden.
Payhembury Village is perfectly positioned for exploring all that Devon has to offer. Less than a 30-minute drive south is the coast, replete with rocky inlets and some of the best beaches in England. The East Devon AONB is nearby, containing over 100 square miles of protected countryside. If you are missing urban life, then the coastal towns of Sidmouth and Exmouth are both a reasonable drive away. Further to the west is the city of Exeter. The captial of Devon, it is famous for its cathedral and as a tourist hotspot.
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