Daisy Cottage Bideford

A dog friendly authentic, cosy town house that sleeps 6. A perfect base for a stay in Bideford & beyond

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Daisy Cottage Bideford

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About Daisy Cottage

Daisy Cottage is a townhouse situated on the North side of Bideford.

It sleeps 6, with two double beds, two singles and we even spotted that the sofa in the front room is actually a sofa bed too.

The front room is “cosy”, it has a whopping huge smart TV and a table in the middle ideal for puzzles, card games or eating pizza. There is a dining room with chairs for 6 and a large oval table. The kitchen is well equipped (way too many plates, bowls etc for just 6 people) and it had everything we needed and more. The microwave is in the pantry, along with a dishwasher, plus a washing machine and bowls for the dog(s).

There is a show and a modern bathroom upstairs, oh and the fridge/freezer is hiding in the kitchen cupboard (you’ll find it).

There is a small garden out the back, perfect if the dog needs a pee during the middle of the night, or to lock the parents out there if they have misbehaved (true story).


Parking is street parking. We were able to park a huge XLWB van on the same street once during our stay, but there are loads of free street parking places available and lots of side roads nearby to lose even a huge van overnight.

Near By Amenities

Morrisons is just a 4-minute walk around the corner, the skateboard park is even closer. Each morning I would leave with the dog and walk the entire circuit of Bideford, including the Long Bridge. The park is a few minutes way down the back streets, just be warned the hills get steep in Bideford, so pick your walks carefully if you can’t cope with steep inclines.

As I had to remind the family, Bideford is not a 3rd world country. Morrisons is just minutes away, so are two petrol stations, Dominos delivers here, Aldi, Asda, Mc Donalds and even SrewFix are 12 minutes away.


As Daisy Cottage is on the North side of Bideford, getting on to the A39 is super easy. Appledore, Westward Ho!, all the beaches, the Milyway and beyond are all a stone’s throw away (Bude is not that far down the road either!).

Our favourite place to eat in North Devon is the Depot Eatery (Ilfracombe EX34 8NY, 11 out of 10 stars) and that was just 32 minutes-ish away in the van when we stayed here.

Twice we went to “Mr Chips” (6 The Quay, Bideford EX39 2HW) and then quickly drove over to Instow to watch the sunset (highly recommended, but expect to be asked where you got the chips from by people walking by in Instow).

And Finally…

Expect a few creaks from the floor and the central heating system likes to gargle a bit.

Before you arrive remember there is a speed camera on the hill and the only grumble is that the front room seats 4 adults, so if there are 5 or more of you, it’ll be a “cosy” squeeze (it is a cottage after all…).

We found it an amazing base to stay from to enjoy Bideford and further afield. Would definitely go back again.

PS. There was cake when we arrived. I ate it all. It was amazing (no one else knew about this ssssshhhhhhh).

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Address: 20 Alexandra Terrace, Bideford EX39 2PL, UK

Nik Valiris avatarNik Valiris
a year ago
Lovely cottage in a very convenient location in Bideford, Devon. The rooms are fresh, newly decorated and relaxing with all the amenities to hand. Gorgeous garden to the rear. Only a few minutes walking to the town and a nature reserve which is dog friendly. It makes a holiday very relaxing. Would recommend!
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About the Local Area (Bideford)

Bideford is a charming port town located in North Devon, England. It is situated on the estuary of the River Torridge and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

What is Bideford Famous For?

Bideford is famous for its historic architecture, including the impressive Bideford Long Bridge, which spans the River Torridge.

The town also has a rich maritime history, with many ships and sailors setting sail from its harbour. Additionally, Bideford is known for being the birthplace of Sir Richard Grenville, a celebrated Elizabethan sailor.

Things to Do in Bideford

Bideford offers a range of activities for visitors to enjoy. Here are three of the most popular:

  • Visit the Burton Art Gallery and Museum
    This award-winning attraction houses a collection of artwork and artefacts from local artists and craftsmen. Visitors can explore the history of Bideford and its surroundings, and enjoy temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Take a stroll along the quayside
    The picturesque quayside offers stunning views of the River Torridge and is home to a number of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Visitors can also watch the local fishing boats coming in with their catch.
  • Explore the Tarka Trail
    The Tarka Trail is a 180-mile walking and cycling route that winds through the stunning North Devon countryside. Bideford is the perfect starting point for exploring this beautiful part of the world.

Things Near Bideford

If you have time to venture further afield, here are three popular attractions near Bideford:

  • Clovelly Village
    This picturesque fishing village is located just a short drive from Bideford and is famous for its cobbled streets and traditional architecture. Visitors can explore the village and learn about its fascinating history, or simply relax in one of the many cafes or pubs.
  • Hartland Abbey
    This stunning stately home and gardens is located just a few miles from Bideford and is open to the public. Visitors can explore the beautifully landscaped gardens, admire the impressive architecture of the house, and learn about its fascinating history.
  • The Big Sheep
    This family-friendly attraction is located just a few miles from Bideford and offers a range of activities for visitors of all ages. From sheep racing to pony rides, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained.

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