Bluebell Cottage is a charming, totally renovated cottage in the centre of this beautiful East Devon village and is furnished to a very high standard with tasteful colour schemes and homely touches. The village pub "Sir Walter Raleigh Arms" is just a few minutes walk away serving local beer and great food. Woodbury Common, the River Otter and Budleigh Salterton are all within a pleasant walk through the countryside and lanes. This really is a quaint unspoilt Devon village with its ancient church and village school and shop run by the locals.
ACCOMMODATION: Entrance door to open plan living room with comfortable seating and electric wood burner style fire. Very well equipped kitchen and dining area. French doors to enclosed patio style garden with garden furniture. Stairs to first floor. Spacious double bedroom. Single bedroom. Shower room with wash basin and WC.
Changeover day: Saturday
1 small pet welcome at £25.00 per week
Free parking on village car park opposite the cottage
TV with freeview and DVD. Wi Fi internet connection and telephone for incoming calls and emergency outgoing. NB Mobile phone signal in East Budleigh is not good
Gas hob and fitted electric oven. Washing machine. Microwave. Fridge with small freezer compartment
Bed linen and towels included
Gas central heating throughout and double glazed windows
|Price Breaks 2013||Week Price||Short Break
|01 Jun 2013 to 21 Jun 2013||£355||£248|
|22 Jun 2013 to 19 Jul 2013||£395||£277|
|20 Jul 2013 to 30 Aug 2013||£495||£347|
|31 Aug 2013 to 13 Sep 2013||£355||£248|
|14 Sep 2013 to 27 Sep 2013||£315||£221|
|28 Sep 2013 to 18 Oct 2013||£295||£207|
|19 Oct 2013 to 25 Oct 2013||£355||£248|
|26 Oct 2013 to 20 Dec 2013||£285||£201|
|21 Dec 2013 to 03 Jan 2014||£395||£277|
* Short Break prices shown are for 3 nights only, please call for 4 night prices if required. Short Breaks are available from the end of October half term to the start of the Easter school holidays, or at the owners' discretion for a last minute booking at other times of the year. Unfortunately it would be most unusual for us to be in a position to consider a short break at peak holiday times, such as the October and February half terms or over the Christmas, New Year and Easter breaks.