Approached along a private drive on the Calancombe Estate, Vine Cottage is situated in a tranquil valley, close to the picturesque market town of Modbury, less than 5 miles from sandy beaches at Bigbury-on-Sea, Bantham and Thurlestone, and close to the attractions of Dartmoor.
Vine Cottage was converted by the owners for their own use and it is a luxury little house ideal for a couple. The living area, which focuses on an original stone fireplace with log-burner, offers cosy comfortable accommodation with a sofa and an armchair. Built-in wine storage racks; satellite TV and DVD player; Persian rug; a small oak dining table for 2 and a 3-seat breakfast bar; French windows, offering great views along the picturesque valley, open out onto a stone terrace. Underfloor heating throughout.
The Kitchen is well-equipped with induction hob, electric oven, fridge with small freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle etc. Emma Bridgewater crockery and a full range of kitchen utensils. Black granite worktops and slate floors. Under stairs door to washer/drier and oil fired boiler.
Wooden stairs lead up to the bedroom, with teak floors and large Persian carpet' king-sized Vispring double bed; oak bedside tables with drawers; TV with Sky+ HD and DVD player; spacious built-in wardrobes and drawers. Oak door leading to the Bathroom which is bright and spacious - white floor tiles and equipped with a full-sized bath with shower above, and hand shower; glass shower partition; large designer basin; WC; bidet; cupboards. Velux window.
Stone terrace with small flower beds and ornamental pots. Heavy wrought iron table and 4 chairs. Views along the valley and across a lovely ornamental pond and a fast flowing trout stream . Ample parking for 2 cars.
Calancombe Estate is a family owned property with a 23 acres of vineyards and over 1,000 West Country cider apple trees. English still and sparkling wine, and champagne method cider is made in the winery about 350 metres along the valley from Vine Cottage. The remainder of the Estate comprises meadows, streams and ponds and guests are welcome to roam the Estate freely. Visits can be arranged to the Winery.