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Honey Cottage, Sedgeford a Traditional Carrstone Cottage Sleeping 5

Honey Cottage in Sedgeford is a traditional carrstone cottage sleeping 5. The property dates from 1823 and has been restored to provide a really well-presented family home with a touch of luxury. All rooms overlook the south facing garden and the fields beyond. The village of Sedgeford has a good pub which is just a short walk from Honey Cottage. The Peddars Way long distance path also runs through the village and the coast is only 2 miles away. Meet Harvey the Bear who lives at Honey Cottage but does like to go out on trips with his visitors.

Sleeps 5: Bedrooms 3: Pets Yes:


Ground Floor

Entrance Hall: With tiled floor, leads to the other ground floor rooms.
Utility Room: With a washing machine and laundry facilities and space for coats and boots.
Shower Room: A freestanding shower, w.c. and handbasin. Fluffy bathrobe and slippers supplied for extra convenience and luxury.
Sitting Room: A comfortable room with a corner sofa, a large widescreen TV with Freeview and a DVD player. There is a good selection of books, games, DVDs and maps and a landline which accepts incoming and emergency calls only.
Kitchen: The galley style kitchen with stable door, overlooks the garden and is very well equipped with electric fan oven and hob with extractor over, microwave and large fridge freezer.
Dining Room: With an oak sideboard and a table seating 6 people. There is a hi-fi system with cd, radio and i-pod dock.

First Floor

Bedroom 1: A room with king size bed, wardrobes, drawers, TV and a hairdryer.
Bedroom 2: A room with a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 3: A single bedroom with drawers.
Bathroom: With a bath, w.c. and hand basin and another bathrobe and slippers.


Parking off road for 2 cars. N.B. driveway drops on right-hand side so beware if driving low slung cars.
A fully enclosed garden with a patio, lawn, garden furniture and a barbeque.

2 well behaved dogs welcome @ £15 each.

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