Nutcombe Barn is the largest of the three cottages at Nutcombe Farm, it has a large open plan living/dining room and luxury kitchen with wonderful views from its own Juliet balcony.
The first of the three double bedrooms is located on this floor. It has a limestone en-suite shower room. Down stairs are two large bedrooms the first with dressing room and large en-suite limestone shower room, French doors to terrace and courtyard garden. The second has an en-suite shower/bathroom with French doors to the terrace and courtyard garden. Access can be made from lower and upper levels.
There is a secret door between the Cider House and Nutcombe Barn linking the upstairs space if required. The two properties can thus be taken together with 5 en-suite bedrooms sleeping 10 in total.
Access can be made from lower and upper levels.
Painting demonstration available with Mike Bernard R.I.
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Linen and duvets are provided at no extra charge.
Towels are provided (but please bring beach towels)
Pets Allowed: Yes. Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Patio to rear of property with table and chairs. Barbecue is available with a further front terrace.
Local Services: Exmoor National park, Local pubs and restaurants. Coastal walks, beaches, public attractions.
Make your way to Junction 27 on the M5:
At the roundabout follow signs for the A361 heading towards Barnstaple. Continue on this road for 25 Miles, going through 2 roundabouts.
After 25 Miles you will come to a roundabout called N Aller roundabout you will need to take the fourth exit on to the A399 following signs to Combe Martin.
After 12 miles you will need to take a right at Coulsworthy Lane (sign posted Hunters Inn) and then continue for one mile until you come to a sharp corner bending round to the right (Stoney Cross). Take a left here down Nutcombe Hill. Follow this road for about 600M and you will come to Nutcombe Farm on the left hand side.