Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
Thatched - Colyton, United Kingdom
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2-6 Keys 3 Bedrooms 6 Guests 3 Baths


Set in 52 acres plot of land, this lovely property offers a tranquil retreat in the south of England with plenty of cultural and outdoor activities nearby.

Thatched is a beautiful contemporary thatched barn conversion that sleeps 6 in 3 ensuite bedrooms. Two can be super-king doubles or 3′ twins with modern wet rooms and one is a 5’ four-poster complete with a roll-top bath.

Perfect for families or small groups of friends who wish to escape from the city and enjoy this beautiful spot.
Indoors are bright, combining touches of color and fun with the warm-cozy feeling from the countryside.

The inviting kitchen/diner/sitting room is great for socializing and having fun while cooking with stunning views over the private valley below.

The kitchen is equipped with a large fridge/freezer, range cooker with electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine, and plenty of crockery, cutlery, glasses, and pans.

Underfloor heating throughout makes the slate floors in the living areas, and carpet in the bedrooms wonderfully warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Logs are provided for the wood-burner. During the summer months, there is an outdoor heated pool for all guests to use, and a games room is available all year round.

In addition, there is a separate cloakroom adjacent to the main living area and a tumble dryer in the boiler room. Cots, high chairs (two different styles), and stair-gates can be arranged upon request.

This dog-friendly property also offers a wood-burner, a gas Weber BBQ, and a private enclosed garden.

The garden is not overlooked and has a wonderful view of the unspoiled valley below. Ample outdoor furniture and a large gas Weber BBQ make eating outdoors a pleasure. There is a heated swimming pool in season and a games room all year round.

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Property Details


Private Residence with 1 level
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1070 square feet, 100 square meters


King, Other, and Other
6 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Bristol Airport and Exeter Airport

Property View

Charming rural views!

Property ID



Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Fish
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Watersports
  • Spend the day in Beer watching the fishing boats, eating in the cafes on the beach and the high street. Sustainably fish on a day boat and then BBQ your catch either on the beach or back at Higher Wiscombe.
  • Honiton has a wealth of Antique shops and traditional street market on Tuesdays and Saturdays is well worth a visit. The Holt and The Railway pubs have won tons of awards for great local food.
  • Body boarding and surfing in Sidmouth. The South West Coast Path offers wonderful walks.
  • Lovely paths at Tiverton and Culm Valley. Haldon Forest Park is also fun. Road cycling is tough as Devon is a county of hills. There are also many off road routes at West Hill and on Dartmoor for more rugged cycling.
  • The South West Coast Path is rated as one of the top walks to be found anywhere in the world by Lonely Planet and has been voted as Britain’s best walk by Walk magazine. There are sections to suit all abilities.

Places of Interest

  • The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, perfect for the South West Coast Path and Jurassic Coast, with it’s beaches at Lyme Regis, Beer, Branscombe and Sidmouth, sailing at Exmouth and Lyme Regis and collecting fossils at Charmouth.
  • Sidmouth is a lovely, very flat seaside own, with the promenade, shops, cafes and museums. Exeter, which can be reached by train is also very flat in the centre, indicated for guests with limited mobility of any kind
  • The City of Exeter: With Roman origins, you can still see segments of the original city wall. The tunnels under Exeter are fascinating as is the Cathedral.
  • The Jurassic Coast is England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Covering 95 miles of coastline from East Devon to Dorset, displaying 185 million years of the Earth’s history.