On the ‘Two Moors Way’ This Devonshire Long House (reputed to be build late 16th Century) has been lovingly refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation with the owner occupying the cottage next door. A warm welcome awaits but privacy is assured.
Joyce's Cottage nestles within the beautiful Yeo Valley on the southern border of Exmoor, just outside the quaint village of Yeo Mill it encompasses its own meandering section of the River Yeo. This 16th Century cottage is on the Two Moors Way between the ‘Knowstone to Tarr Steps’ leg of the walk which links Ivybridge (South Coast) to Lynmouth (North Coast). The market town of South Molton is nine miles away, where two markets are held in the historic pannier market each week, there is a supermarket, independent shops and numerous cafes and pubs to choose from. Exmoor dark skies are some of the best in the UK, with minimal light pollution on a clear night you can see the Milky Way, a wonderful experience for all to enjoy providing a place for exploration which may boost mental and physical health and wellbeing.
You are welcomed into the accommodation through the front door where you will be greeted by the lounge enjoying comfy sofa and armchairs, Sky Q, DVD and WiFi (supported by Fibre Optic BroadBand). Dominating the lounge is a cosy woodburner (first basket of logs included) perfect for those cooler evenings. The well-equipped kitchen is located to the left and has an induction hob, oven, combination microwave, fridge, dishwasher and large oak six seat dining table. Through the kitchen there is a utility room with washing machine and sink a perfect space for managing muddy boots and wet dogs. Here to (for your convenience) is a small freezer . A staircase leads up to two good size bedrooms, one double and one dual aspect twin room. There is also a delightful shower room on this floor with a large power shower and WC.
Venturing outside you will find a patio area and BBQ with seating that overlooks the enclosed garden, a perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee. At the bottom of the garden is the Car park, this off road parking can easily accommodate two cars or a motor home, about 100yds from there is the River Yeo that is defended by a fence and lockable sheep gate, heading towards the river you will find a secluded 'island' where you can enjoy toasting marshmallows whilst sitting around the fire pit and gazing at the night sky.