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Self-Catering in Barnstaple

April Cottage, Barnstaple, Devon

April Cottage
2 Mill Road
Fremington

Barnstaple
Devon

EX31 3BD | View map
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April Cottage is a quaint 16th Century cottage with pretty gardens, set in a secluded part of the village of Fremington, North Devon. It has a wealth of charm including a woodburner and an original Devon bread oven which is set in the stone fireplace.

Great care has been taken in decorating and furnishing the cottage to a high standard with modern appliances, whilst ensuring it is in keeping with the cottage's age and style.

The property has three bedrooms (1 double and 2 twin rooms). A cot and highchair are also available. A TV, video and a radio/cassette/CD player are provided. A comprehensive guide to local facilities and attractions has been compiled by the owners to help you get the most from your holiday.

April Cottage provides a homely, restful base from which to explore glorious unspoilt beaches and countryside.

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Nearest Train Station: Barnstaple
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Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Exeter
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: £500
Nearest Major Town: Barnstaple
Distance: 3 miles
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