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Cider Barn, Totnes, Devon

Cider Barn
Lower Grimpstonleigh
East Allington


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Cider Barn (sleeps five)

Set in an old cider orchard with views across its private stone terrace of lush Devon meadows.

The accommodation is largely on one level. The central area of the barn, with its immense oak beams, is a large, terracotta-tiled living/kitchen/dining room with comfy sofas, antique pine furniture and widescreen t.v. & VCR. The kitchen, hand-painted with oak and granite work-surfaces, is fully equipped with electric oven & hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge & freezer.

The principle bedroom has a double bed, colour tv and ensuite shower room. The second bedroom, approached up two stone steps, has versatile accommodation with a double or twin beds plus a sofa bed and colour tv. It also has an ensuite bathroom.

Both bathrooms are fully tiled with Italian limestone.

Please note: due to internal and external stone steps and windows at floor level, Cider Barn may not be suitable for young children


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Barn conversion
Price Guide: £635 (high)
Nearest Major Town: Kingsbridge
Distance: 3.5 miles

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