Light and airy, south facing sitting room with views over the gardens, comfortably furnished with two sofasand flat screen TV, DVD and stereo. Oak laminate wooden floors extend throughout the ground floor. Dining room with dresser, wooden table and chairs to seat 6 plus an occasional tub armchair. Shaker style kitchen with oak work surfaces, butler sink, electric ceramic hob, oven and grill, separate fridge and freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Carpeted stairs to landing. Family bathroom with bath, electric shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Twin bedroom with 5ft bed (2 x 2ft 6in link beds which can be separated to form 2 singles) and a bunk bedroom with 3ft bunkbeds suitable for children, both with views over garden. Lastly, a delightful master bedroom with a 5ft king size bed, TV and en suite shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
A south facing sun terrace with extensive views over the garden to the surrounding countryside. The large garden has a communal barbecue/picnic area and tennis court. Within the courtyard area is a games room with darts and table tennis. The games room also has two coin operated commercial washing machines and tumble dryers. Outside chairs, tennis rackets and table tennis bats provided.
Parking: Ample parking in adjacent car park.
- Included: Bed linen (no towels), cot and high chair (cot linen provided), heating (night storage) and electricity.
- Telephone: With honesty box.
- Security Deposit: £100
- Local Facilities: Stoke beach one third of a mile. Other south coast beaches easily accessible by car. Shops, several superb local pubs, restaurants, all in Noss Mayo/Newton Ferrers. Plymouth 10 miles.
Honeysuckle Barn on the South Devon Coast is a delightfully bright and sunny former stable block barn conversion on the southernmost outskirts of Noss Mayo and its twin village of Newton Ferrers, close to the sea and the South West Coastal Path. Recently refurbished, the barns encircle quiet courtyards set within landscaped gardens, complete with a games room, picnic areas with barbecue and tennis court. The two pretty villages, both linked by a ferry or a causeway at low tide have shops, waterside pubs and restaurants and this lovely coastal area provides many spectacular cliff walks, with interesting paths leading down to secret smugglers’ coves. For the more adventurous, the nearby historic city of Plymouth provides a host of cultural and entertaining facilities and the routes to the Dartmoor National Park and Celtic Cornwall are easily accessible.