Copper Kettle Cottage
Once you enter Copper Kettle Cottage you are greeted with the neutral blue tones of the kitchen, offering a more contemporary twist on a quaint room. The kitchen is well equipped with many built-in appliances, and has everything you need to cook some delicious meals!
The main dining area/living room is downstairs, and is full of comfortable sofas and cushions that are ideal for relaxing and watching DVDs on the flat-screen TV or playing some of the board games in the cottage. The dining table sits in one corner of the living room, with plenty of space for six guests to eat. The cottage is also centrally heated via the traditional cast iron log burner, and there’s a giant supply of logs so don’t worry about buying your own!
Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms: a double room, twin room and a single room with a pull out guest bed. The bedrooms share a good-sized family bathroom with a modern walk-in shower and family sized bath. Towels, bath towels, tea towels, bath mats, bed linen and environmentally friendly cleaning products.
Opposite the front of the cottage is a large lawn with seating area, great for BBQ’s in the warmer months. The 53-acre farm is also home to a large lake, ideal for fishing and drifting peacefully in the small boats. The surrounding views can also be taken in from the treehouse, and a large playing field near the cottage is ideal for games of football.
Outside of Down Farm there is plenty to do in and around Brayford, including endless walks on Exmoor. Brayford lies amidst the greenery of North Devon. Just shy of the Atlantic coast, Brayford is in a lovely situation for a family holiday combining moorland and beach. A few miles outside the village as you head up onto Exmoor is The Poltimore Arms, the last pub in England still not connected to the National Grid - which hasn't stopped its charismatic landlord from serving up some wonderful local real ales and no-nonsense pub food in a bar unchanged for decades.
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This page was last updated: 14 October 2014