Details about the house

Situated at the top of the house the Master Bedroom has the benefit of being light and spacious and provides the best views. On a clear day you can see the town of Barry in Wales. The Master Bedroom has an en-suite shower and toilet. It contains a kingsize bed and two bedside units to keep your personal items near you. There is a handy wardrobe unit for you to hang up your clothes with a few shelves for jumpers or shoes and in the alcove a few extra storage shelves if you need them. The room benefits from a large wall mounted TV, which has an integral DVD player.

On the 2nd floor is the spacious family room, which has bunk beds and a cabin bed. For our younger guests we have a travel cot, which is stored in the garage. The Cabin bed makes a large double bed, or can just be a single bed depending on your needs. Like the Master Bedroom, there is a handy wardrobe unit for you to hang up your clothes with shelves for jumpers or shoes. In between the Family Bedroom and the Double Bedroom is the Family Bathroom with a bath and shower attachment and razor point. The Double Bedroom contains a bed, which has no bottom board for those taller guests who need the extra legroom. It has two bedside cabinets and open plan storage for all your clothes, shoes and other luggage. There is also a small wall mounted TV.

There is a lovely modern kitchen/diner, which has been kitted out with a dishwasher, fridge and freezer all under the counter. There are laundry facilities in the garage if you need them during your stay. The dining area can seat upto 6 people as the table has two extendable wings. There is also a high chair for some of our younger guests, which is kept in the garage. There is a shelving unit for you to put your books and magazines, plus a few games and puzzles to enjoy during your stay.

There is a cosy living room with two three seater sofas, a Smart TV with BT broadband, WiFi and a few books for you to enjoy. There is a music system in the living room, which has an Apple adapter for iPods. There is also a two seater sofa (without back rest), which doubles up as a foot stool or extra seating. The Living room leads onto the south-facing patio for lunch or breakfast when the sun shines. There is a garden table for you to use; chairs are in the garage to use outdoors.

The book 'Lorna Doone - a Romance of Exmoor' is set in the 17th century in the region of Exmoor in Devon and Somerset, in west of England. John Ridd is the son of a respectable farmer who was murdered in cold blood by a member of the notorious Doone clan, a once-noble family now living in the isolated Doone Valley. Our accommodation is located in what was once a large caravan park called Lorna Doone and only 44 miles from Doone Valley via the A39. Explore the countryside whilst your here

Feedback

Here's what our first guests had to say when they stayed with us in January 2019.


Thank your for a lovely holiday. The house is delightful and everything works. The view from the master bedroom is spectacular. I love the wardrobes, might get one for home. We had a lovely holiday; you've done an amazing job.



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