Love Devonshire cream teas? Then book a stay at this historic property in the heart of Cockington, an old-world village complete with Lutyens-style pubs, tearooms and buildings that featured in the Domesday Book. Once a derelict, 18th-century watermill, this cottage lies on the riverfront and has been expertly restored: think exposed-wood roof trusses, vaulted ceilings and a new thatched roof. After exploring the village and over 400 acres of nearby parkland and trails, relax in your open-plan living space, which has a fully equipped kitchen for home-cooked feasts with family and friends. The king-sized master bedroom sits on a mezzanine above the lounge and opens onto a cute terrace perfect for enjoying a leisurely cream tea in the afternoon. If you’re craving the beach, Torquay’s sandy seafront is less than a mile away.
Home truths: *We recommend a car for exploring this rural part of South Devon
*Your hosts provide a free Devonshire cream tea if you stay between February and October
*There may be extra charges (such as wifi or final cleaning) payable directly to the host – please enquire at the time of booking
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