17th century cottage - Sleeps Max 5 persons.
Riverside is an idyllic retreat set in the heart of Devon's countryside situated at the bottom of a valley on a south facing slope.
Riverside, Beaworthy. Devon.
Having been carefully renovated in recent years, yet still retaining it's old, wrinkled facade, Riverside has all the up to date comforts and conveniences required for an enjoyable and relaxing holiday.
Riverside is a family run holiday cottage and as we live next door, we are able to ensure that our standards don't slip and are able to maintain the best for our guests.
We are always on hand to help and give advice about where to go and what to do. Free babysitting and dog sitting is available.
Bedrooms:- Upstairs there is one double room with a four poster bed, one double with twin beds, and one single room with a single bed. All bedrooms have a chair, bedside table and lamp, radio alarm clock, wardrobe and chest of drawers, fan and the double room has a hair dryer.

Sitting Room:- In the large sitting room there are beams, inglenook with a wood burner, widescreen television, satellite box and video. There are plenty of books and videos and also board games. There is a stereo with CD, cassette and radio. In the dining room you will find a cream tea waiting for you upon arrival.

Dining Area:-  Separate From Kitchen with Table Seats - 5Riverside Beaworthy Devon. Lounge

Kitchen:- The well equipped kitchen has a gas hob and ovens, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, slow  cooker, blender and processor, fridge/freezer, large selection of pots and pans and barbeque and picnic requirements. In the utility room there is an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, pegs, basket, iron, ironing board and airer.

Outside:-  There is a driveway with off road parking. A lawn runs down to the river with an apple tree in the middle of the lawn and various shrubs and trees. There is also a sitting area by the pond covered with grape vines and honeysuckle. There is plenty of garden furniture and a barbeque.

Riverside Beaworthy Devon. Outside

Being in a very rural position we often have wildlife in the garden and orchard such as foxes, badgers and deer all about very early in the morning. We also get many squirrels and pheasants around Riverside too. As we feed the birds all year round, there are always plenty of birds and other wildlife to observe including nuthatch, jay, various tits and finches, thrush, blackbird, robin and of course if you are lucky heron and kingfishers.

Information:-  Riverside has full gas central heating. Electricity, wood and the first gas cylinder are included in the price. Bedding such as linen, duvets, blankets, pillows and towels are included in the price. We provide a highchair, cot and bedding and stair gate for our youngest visitors. There is a downstairs shower room and an upstairs bathroom.


Pets are welcome at Riverside.

Provided:- As well as your cream tea on arrival, we provide a loaf of bread from the local baker, a pack of ground coffee, a bottle of wine and milk. There is always teabags, sugar, salt and pepper, loo rolls, washing up liquid, dishwasher powder and various cleaning materials.

Suitability:- Children Welcome, Suitable For Elderly/Infirm, and Wheelchair Access.

Devon:-  lies in the South West of England forming part of the West country. Bordered by Cornwall, Somerset, and Hampshire. Devon is an English county of outstanding natural beauty. Unspoilt villages nestle in secluded valleys where 'Olde worlde' pubs serve mouth watering meals and cosy thatched tea rooms delight the visitor with delicious Devon cream teas.

What to do while staying at Riverside

It's an excellent base for walkers, cyclists and fishing such as coast to coast, tarka trail, west country way, coastal path and numerous lakes. Also nearby are various 9 hole and 18 hole golf courses and horse riding stables. There is also great surfing opportunities along the north Cornish and Devon coast which is 18-25 miles away. The rugged beauty of Dartmoor lies just 11 miles away and is famous for it's walking and hiking. Riverside is also close to two forests.

If you yearn for some urban scenery and shopping the cities of Exeter and Plymouth are both 32 miles away. The picturesque and ancient capital of Cornwall, Launceston is 15 miles away. Roadford Lake is just 9 miles away and offers excellent walking paths, a bird hide for you twitches out there and also water sports.

The beaches of North Cornwall and Devon are just 18 miles away and we can recommend two beaches rarely visited by holiday makers, for that ultimate getaway. Alternatively, you can just relax in the garden, which is surrounded by trees and birdsong. The lawn runs down to the river (Parents of young children - please note the river is NOT fenced). Dine outside under the apple tree in the middle of the lawn, or under the grape arbour by the pond.

For further information and tariff please visit our website:-    www.riversideindevon.co.uk

Email:-    riversidehols@netscape.net

Sally Jackson
Devon  EX21 5AT

Tel: 01409 221753

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