The Dovecote, Hartland (Pet Friendly House)

Welcome to this well-furnished single storey bungalow, surrounded by Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering a relaxing rural retreat.

The Dovecote, Hartland (Pet Friendly House)

  • Delightful single storey bungalow situated on owner’s working farm in rural Devon, two miles from Hartland.
  • Two bedrooms, 1 x double with en-suite, 1 x twin
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area, sitting room with electric fire
  • Gas central heating, range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, and WiFi.
  • Off-road parking for two cars, enclosed garden and two well behaved pets welcome.
Key Details
Sleeps:4
Bedrooms:2
Pet Friendly:✔️ Yes

Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this well-furnished single storey bungalow provides a lovely rural retreat for couples or families just two miles from Hartland.

Accessed via four steps, you are welcomed in to a hallway, perfect for storing muddy boots after a day’s exploring. An archway leads through to a dining area with views out across the countryside to the sea beyond – just the spot to enjoy a meal together.

The well-equipped kitchen provides a splendid range cooker and a handy utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer, perfect for topping up swimming costumes after a visit to the beach. Meanwhile, the cosy living room awaits, complete with comfortable leather sofas, electric fire and views of the sea.

You’ll find two pleasant bedrooms, with a master double featuring an en-suite, and the twin bedroom offering distant sea views. Outside, the enclosed lawned garden is a safe spot for children to play as adults relax with a refreshed drink.

Location

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Contact Information

Postal Address
The Dovecote, Hartland

About the Local Area (Hartland )

Found in the heart of North Devon’s stunning coastline, Hartland is a beautiful village that has managed to maintain its natural charm and character over the years.

With dramatic cliffs, wild landscapes, and rich maritime history, Hartland is a hidden gem for those who seek authentic experiences and natural beauty.

What is Hartland Famous For?

Hartland is famous for its rugged coastline and the Hartland Quay, which was once a thriving port for exporting local slate and wool. Today, visitors can still see the remains of the old harbour and enjoy the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from the cliff tops.

Things to Do in Hartland

Looking for things to do in Hartland? You’re in for a treat! Hartland has plenty to offer, from scenic walks along the South West Coast Path to explore the historic buildings and landmarks in the village.

Here are some of the top things to do in Hartland:

  • Visit the Hartland Abbey and Gardens
    This beautiful estate boasts stunning gardens, a historic house, and a museum. The Abbey is open to the public from April to October, and visitors can enjoy guided tours of the house and gardens.
  • Walk along the South West Coast Path
    This world-famous trail offers breathtaking views of the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. You can start your walk from Hartland Quay and explore the rugged cliffs and secluded coves along the way.
  • Explore the village
    Hartland has a rich history and many well-preserved historic buildings, such as St. Nectan’s Church and the Hartland Town Hall. Take a stroll around the village and discover its hidden gems.

Things Near Hartland

There are plenty of things to do and see near Hartland.

Here are some of the top attractions and destinations:

  • Clovelly Village
    This unique and picturesque fishing village is a short drive from Hartland and is famous for its steep cobbled streets and donkeys. Visitors can explore the village’s history at the Clovelly Museum or enjoy fresh seafood at one of its many restaurants.
  • Bideford
    This historic port town is just a 30-minute drive from Hartland and offers plenty of shopping, dining, and cultural activities. Visitors can explore the Bideford Pannier Market or learn about the town’s maritime history at the Bideford Heritage Centre.
  • Lundy Island
    This remote and rugged island is a popular destination for nature lovers and adventurers. Visitors can take a ferry from Bideford or Ilfracombe and explore the island’s unique flora and fauna, as well as its historic buildings and landmarks.

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