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Atlantic House

Sleeps 12
2 dogs
5 bedrooms
4 bathrooms

Atlantic House is an amazing property with a private hot tub and glorious uninterrupted sea views which can be enjoyed from around this location.. Spacious living room with wood-burning stove and two steps up to dining room with patio doors, sea views, beams and wooden floor. Two steps up to spacious, well-equipped kitchen with electric range (for cooking), beams and slate floor. Separate toilet. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. Two steps down to kingsize bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. One step down to kingsize bedroom with four-poster bed, additional single day bed and en-suite bathroom with shower over Jacuzzi bath and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom with additional 2ft 6in single bed (for +1 child). Bathroom with shower over spa bath and toilet. All bedrooms with TV..

  • Wood-burning stove (Logs are supplied seasonally: the owner will provide a barrow of logs and a small amount of kindling)
  • Elec, full oil CH, bed linen and towels inc
  • Cot
  • H/chair
  • Six TVs (one Freeview with surround sound)
  • DVD
  • Stereo/CD
  • Playstation 2
  • Electric range inc
  • M/wave
  • Washer/dryer
  • D/washer
  • Freezer
  • Wi-fi
  • Enclosed landscaped courtyard and lawned area, patio with decked area with private hot tub and furniture
  • 2-acres of shared grounds with children’s playing field
  • Shared external games room with pool table, table tennis, darts, skittle alley and soft play area
  • BBQ
  • Ample parking
  • Mid-week cleaning at cost
  • Welcome pack
  • No smoking
  • NB: 3 steps to decked area
. Glorious uninterrupted sea views abound from this breathtaking location, one of Hartland’s most stunning spots. Atlantic House is a delightful, spacious, detached property, set amidst the owner’s 17th-century working farm at Blegberry. Beautifully converted from a former barn, this stunning property retains plenty of character with beams, stone walls and feature floors and is presented to a very high standard. The large, superb open plan kitchen/dining/living room takes up the main wing of the property and makes for the perfect gathering of family and friends to enjoy time together whilst taking full advantage of the views. Outside, the sunny patio is the ideal spot to relax watching the waves and spectacular sunsets. The property also has a large courtyard garden, ideal for al fresco dining, and the raised decked area and hot tub add the finishing touches for a holiday to remember. A delightful welcome pack awaits you on your arrival with complimentary beer, prosecco and an array of scrumptious goodies.

The magnificent rugged English Heritage coastline of Hartland and beyond runs across the farm in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering a perfect haven for walking and bird watching or just to get away from the hustle of every day life. From your doorstep, meander down the track and through the cornfield to the secluded Berry Beach. With its sandy gullies and shingle beach, you can while away the days here, rock pooling, boogie boarding, fishing or just relaxing with a good book. There are many circular walks through leafy green lanes, ancient woodland footpaths, bridleways and the South West Coastal Path. You can take in sights such as Hartland Point Lighthouse, Damehole Point, where the final scene of the film ’King Arthur’ was shot starring Kiera Knightley and Clive Owen, Berry Head and Blackpool Mill, where much of the BBC series ’Sense and Sensibility’ was filmed. A 40-minute walk from Blegberry along the coast path will take you to Hartland Quay, with its Maritime Museum, gift shop and pub, family friendly beach and breathtaking views. Why not enjoy a traditional pub lunch and a pint and then meander your way back through the beautiful ancient abbey woods.

Children will love the pets corner on the farm, come and meet Hank the donkey a favourite with visitors to Blegberry. There is also a large playing field, and everyone will have fun in the indoor play barn complete with skittle alley, table tennis and pool table, as well as a play area for the little ones. The famous sandy surfing beaches of Westward Ho! and Bude are an easy drive and for family fun, The Big Sheep and The Milky Way adventure parks are close by. There are numerous National Trust properties in the area, as well as the RHS gardens at Rosemoor and Docton Mill. Clovelly, with its quaint cobbled streets and picturesque harbour, is a must. The village of Hartland is just 3 miles and has a good selection of village shops and pubs, all serving local produce. The historic port of Bideford, with its lively market, as well as the Lundy Island ferry and array of shops and other amenities, is just 15 miles. Golf, fishing, sailing, surfing and horse riding available locally. Shops 3 miles, pub 2 miles.

This property is situated on a working farm therefore pets must be kept on a lead and children must be supervised at all times. Fuel for BBQ is available locally at cost. There are 3 steps in the garden.

Logs are supplied seasonally: the owner will provide a barrow of logs and a small amount of kindling. Please note this is not a party house.

Features

Woodburner / Fire
Hot Tub Access
Luxury
Parking Available
BBQ
Detached
Garden / Patio
Rural
WiFi
Walk-In Shower
Dishwasher
Games / Play Facilities
High Chair
TV
Cot / Travel Cot
Washing Machine
Coastal

Reviews

“Highly recommended, the views were great and theres plenty to do around the area although you will need to drive around”
— Jenny, 24 July 2022
“excellent property ,great views what more do you need, only the weather and that was hot, great to use the hot tub in the evenings.”
— Ray, 18 July 2022
“We had the best time here. Absolutely stunning relaxing location. The hosts couldnt of been nicer and more accommodating. Would highly recommend and we will 100% be visiting again. Nothing to fault an absolute pleasure to stay and for such good value as well. Thank you so much.”
— David, 9 May 2022
“Amazing place, so relaxing. Our grandchildren loved the animals, such a lovely experience for them. Cottage beautiful. Would definitely recommend and would love to visit again.”
— Lorraine, 28 April 2022
“If you enjoy being off the beaten track with breath taking views and coastal path walking this is the place for you. It is wonderful. If you want amenities such as shops, sandy beaches and pubs these require a car journey.”
— Gill, 6 April 2022
“This was our 3rd time staying at Atlantic house and we still love it!”
— Rachel, 10 February 2022
“Great location, beautiful views, rugged and isolated. But thats what we were looking for.The property was great with plenty of accommodation for our whole family. Hot tub was lovely.Would recommend.”
— Sue, 2 February 2022
“Lovely remote location with some excellent walks. Very relaxing and amazing views.”
— K, 7 January 2022
“Beautiful house, well equipped in the most gorgeous location with beautiful sunsets. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Would love to go back.”
— SARAH, 11 November 2021
“Perfect for our family celebration....We will definitely return in the future.”
— Lynn, 11 November 2021
“A very comfortable and wellequipped cottage with attentive and unobtrusive support with maintenance, the hot tub etc. Magnificent surroundings with easy access to the coast path. We had a fabulous holiday.”
— Anna, 6 October 2021
“Atlantic House is in a beautiful setting at the end of the peninsula overlooking the sea. Its on a working farm (cows, sheep and arable so you do get some farm smells and noises) and you can walk out of the house straight on to many walks of differing levels of effort (I wouldnt recommend for anyone who is infirm as there are some serious hills). The dog loved all the walking though most of the time she had to be on a lead due to livestock. If you like peace, getting away from crowds, walking and amazing views this is a great place to come on holiday. Bryan and Kelly are lovely as is the house (good bed linen, decent kitchen, big open plan living room dining room in the old converted barn, plenty of hot water). The hot tub was extremely well maintained and clean and the games barn fun. The only downside is that it does take quite a while to get to anywhere else, to visit or to eat out. If you dont mind that its a great place. We did trips to Instow (good restaurants), Appledore, Clovelly (over full and over priced), Tintagel (expensive but beautiful) and Boscastle plus dog friendly beaches at Sandymouth, Blackrock, Instow and Saunton Sands. Eating out was ok but theres not that many really good places locally and even the ones that are good are struggling with a lack of staff so you do have to plan and book in advance. For eating in, the local supermarkets deliver and the farm shop just north of Boscastle was wonderful. Best scones ever warm from the oven. Due to Covid theres a few things that you need to take for yourself such as books, DVDs, board games, pack of cards and a local map. The internet is normal rural speed (fine for browsing the internet but dont expect to stream anything) and I had a good Vodafone 4g signal. In summary this is a great place to get away from it all, enjoy walking and recharge your batteries in a quiet and beautiful part of north Devon.”
— Rachel, 17 September 2021

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