Warcombe Farmhouse on the edge of Exmoor is sat high on the hills above Lee Bay near Woolacombe.
This large and spacious period farmhouse is great no matter what the season and groups are just as welcome as families and dogs.
Enter the farmhouse through its lovely porch, great for storing muddy boots in the wet weather and surf boards in the summer. The large kitchen screams stylish country living with wood beams and flag stone floors. At the heart of the room is the elegant dining table cleverly crafted from the original floor boards and ideal for family meals or special occasions. The kitchen is well equipped with plenty of white goods, including washing machine, fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker and dishwasher.
The living room at Warcombe is warm and cosy in the winter with underfloor heating and wood-burner making it a nice haven on frosty evenings. There are plenty of comfy sofas and arm chairs for watching TV or reading a good book as well as a selection of board games and jigsaws just in case the weather turns wet.
Upstairs Warcombe has four bedrooms, two double, one twin and one triple with bunk beds and single bed. There are also two shower rooms (one of which can be used as an exclusive en-suite) and a large family bathroom with separate shower and bath. All the bedrooms are south facing and have lovely views of the Devon countryside. They also have plenty of storage space for housing a holiday wardrobe.
Warcombe Farmhouse also has WiFi, which helps keep you up to date with the outside world.
Outside Warcombe has a large garden with lots of space for active children, dogs and adults. There are also sun loungers, a table and chairs and BBQ.
Warcombe Farmhouse is within walking distance of the pretty seaside village of Lee Bay, where you will find a nice beach, great for rock pools and romantic strolls, and a family and pet friendly pub, which also doubles up as the village shop and post office.
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This page was last updated: 30 September 2015