Nairn

Braunton, Devon (Ref. 960056)

  • Rating

  • Sleeps 12

  • Bedrooms 6

  • Bathrooms 5

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Hot tub
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Broadband / WiFi

The property

Countryside views from this gorgeous holiday home set in the popular village of Braunton, which boasts the largest sand dune system in England. Fabulous location to make some treasured memories for that special birthday or anniversary celebration or for those who are looking for that fun-filled family holiday with the stunning coastline and soft sandy beaches of North Devon, where you can soak up the sun or try out the many water-sports available. Perfectly placed whether you wish to enjoy the immediate area or explore this amazing county.


Nairn is in a quiet road with a wonderful private garden and countryside views. Downstairs there is a large fully equipped open plan kitchen and dining area with a lovely snug area, utility room, a games room, a quiet lounge, a large lounge with views over the garden, a wet room and separate cloakroom. Upstairs there are 6 bedrooms, three with en-suites and two with access to the long balcony overlooking the garden and countryside, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. Outside there is a fabulous half acre garden with children's play equipment, seating area and a pond. The hot tub is a wonderful indulgence whatever the time of day.


The village of Braunton is reputedly the largest village in the UK. Nairn is perfectly placed and within walking distance to amenities and some wonderful pub/restaurants and take-aways. Choose a lovely cafe for that perfect Devon Cream Tea or homemade cake. Saunton Sands is the nearest beach with Woolacombe, Croyde and Westward Ho! all within easy driving distance and each with miles of soft golden sands - ideal for sun-worshipers, sand castle builders and water-sport enthusiasts. The Tarka Trail is nearby offering miles of beautiful walking or cycling trails or maybe a trip to Exmoor National Park is on your list of things to do, where you can find hidden pub/restaurants serving fabulous food and offering outstanding scenery. The historic market town of Barnstaple offers some good shopping and a lovely market along with some great nightlife, including, theatre, cinema, pubs, clubs and restaurants. A day out to the cobbled streets of Clovelly is definitely worth a visit or take a cliff top walk along Hartland Peninsula - but hold onto your hats on a windy day.

Amenities

Gas central heating, wood burning stove. Range oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, chest freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine. 2 x TV, DVD, iPod dock. WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 4 cars on driveway. Garden with seating and with play equipment – slide, swings, wii, trampoline, body boards. Hot Tub. Cot and highchair available. 2 well-behaved dogs welcome at £25 per pet, per week. Sorry, no smoking. Shops, pubs and restaurants 15 min walk. Beach 4 miles. Note: The hot tub is cleaned weekly, therefore it may not reach its full temperature on first use.

About the location

BRAUNTON

Croyde 5 miles; Barnstaple 6 miles; Woolacombe 9.5 miles.

Braunton is a village in North Devon, situated right at the centre of the North Devon Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and incorporating Braunton Burrows, the largest area of sand dunes in Europe, a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. A couple of miles from the village is Saunton Sands beach, a three-mile stretch of beautiful west-facing sandy beach, backed by the sand dunes. Stroll along the beach, enjoy the surfing, or have a leisurely picnic. Just five minutes around the headland is Croyde Bay an excellent surfing beach, and round the next headland is Woolacombe Bay, another 3 mile stretch of beautiful sandy beach. There are some fabulous golf courses in the area including Saunton, Portmore or Royal North Devon golf courses. The South West Coast Path from Braunton to Instow follows part of the Tarka Trail along the estuary of the River Taw. This is part of North Devon’s Biosphere Reserve and much of the route follows old railway trackbeds, which now serve as an easy level route for walkers as well as cyclists. An understated part of Devon, with plenty to do for coast and country lovers alike.

Note: steps lead down from the patio to the lawn area. There is a pond in the garden, children should be supervised. The garden is only fully enclosed when the entrance gate is closed. No single sex parties.