Spacious barn conversion with logburner, terrace & stunning Exmoor views
Bentwitchen Barn Cottage, North Heasley enjoys peaceful rural views within Exmoor National Park. The cosy barn conversion has many original features including exposed beams and stone walls. There’s an open-plan sitting room with leather sofas, woodburner and sloping ceiling on the upper floor, a separate dining room and a farmhouse kitchen with Aga and dishwasher. Downstairs, three double ensuite bedrooms (one with adjoining dressing room) sleep six (children must be eight years and above). Relax on the furnished courtyard terrace and enjoy the sights and sounds of the countryside.
Underfloor heating makes this a cosy property to visit at any time of year for enjoying scenic views and moorland walks spotting birds, wildlife, deer and Exmoor ponies.
Close to North Molten, Bentwitchen Barn Cottage, North Heasley is on the edge of Exmoor National Park with moorland scenery, wildlife and hikes right outside the door. The Quince Honey Farm is five miles down the road with a shop, restaurant (serving honey cream teas) and all-weather play area. Bideford has plenty of shops, eateries, a park and quay where MS Oldenburg regularly departs for a day trip to Lundy Island. Explore Exmoor villages, pubs and landmarks on foot, bicycle or horseback or spend the day at NT Arlington Court or the delightful villages of Lynton and Lynmouth. Combe Martin has a sandy cove 14 miles away.