Whatever your age, or the season, you are guaranteed to fall in love with The Stables. This luxurious six bedroom spacious period property has been beautifully renovated with every room tastefully decorated and furnished.
From the stunning slate floors and wood beams to the elegant bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, The Stables has something for everyone, including a south facing patio and access to the onsite games room, tennis court and children's play area.
Perfect for families, groups of friends or couples looking for a romantic retreat, The Stables cater for everyone. Sitting on the edge of the pretty North Devon village of Tawstock near Barnstaple the house enjoys wonderful views of the rolling Devon hills and patchwork fields. This luxury barn conversion has everything you could wish for when staying in North Devon, including underfloor heating and WiFi. The six bedrooms benefit from en-suite bathrooms, some featuring roll top baths, others walk in showers. The floor to ceiling windows in the living room are great for admiring the views and keeping the house feeling bright and spacious.
Whilst staying at The Stables guests can take advantage of the excellent onsite leisure facilities, including an all-weather tennis court, two children's play areas and a wonderful games room with table football, table tennis and a dart board. The Stables also has its own large private terrace where children can play safely and BBQ's can be enjoyed.
The quaint village of Tawstock is situated only a few miles from the lovely North Devon market town of Barnstaple. There are excellent walks in the area and the Tarka Trail, which is great for cycling and can easily be accessed. Horse riding and golf are also available in the local area, so you will never be short of outdoor activities.
If a day at the beach is required you won't be disappointed by the miles of golden sands and blue waters that stretch out around the North Devon coast. Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton are less than 30 minutes away and Instow Sands is just seven miles from the cottages. All these beaches are located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are situated along the South West Coastal Footpath.
If the beach doesn't take your fancy why not head to Exmoor National Park, which can be seen in all its glory around Lynton and Lynmouth. Travel the Cliff Railway between the two villages, watch the goats tackle the steep sides of the Valley of the Rocks, or walk up to Watersmeet and enjoy a cream tea.
Drive east along the coast to Ilfracombe, the beautiful Victorian seaside town, home to artist Damien Hirst and his statue 'Verity,' which stands proudly above the pretty harbour. Alternatively head west and discover the wonders of Clovelly, Hartland and Appledore, three lovely villages steeped in history and excellent for capturing breath taking photos.