The Folly At Bratton Fleming

Bratton Fleming, Nr Barnstaple, Devon, Away from it all

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

There is a large lawn beside The Folly, bordered on one side by the stream. The garden is available for guests’ sole use, however please note that it is not enclosed. There is a patio area directly beside the property, with a small table, two chairs and a built in barbecue. Wooden sun loungers with comfortable cushions are provided so you can relax and truly unwind listening to the stream in this peaceful spot.

Downstairs Description

Large glazed double doors open into an open-plan living area, beautifully furnished with antiques and sumptuous fabrics. The well-equipped studio kitchen is situated in the corner, with circular table and chairs nearby, plus a comfortable sofa. The bathroom has a double ended roll top bath, a Victorian chandelier with dimmer, a circular blue and white porcelain Georgian washstand (plumbed in!) with double handed pitcher beneath and toilet.

Windows Views Description

Guests will enjoy view out over the large garden beside the property.

Other Notes

Please note, there is no mobile phone signal at The Folly due to the rural location in the valley, however wifi is provided. There is another holiday cottage next door, but the properties each ave their own parking and private outside areas.

Dogs Welcome: 2 dogs (max) are permitted on payment of £15 per dog.
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Exmoor Zoo: Enjoy a day out in North Devon experiencing wildlife from around the world by visiting Exmoor Zoo! From the creepy crawlies of the Amazon to the wobbly wallaby joeys of Australia there are plenty of hands on activities with our animals for you to take part in. Visit website
  • Rosemore Gardens: Uncover RHS Garden Rosemoor. Nestled within encircling woodlands, it's a garden whose varied character reflects the history of the site Visit website
  • The Big Sheep: North Devon's Top Indoor Playground Visit website
  • Lynton-Barnstaple Steam Railway: Narrow Gauge Railway with a staion at Woody Bay Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Black Venus, Challacombe: Food is served 7 days a week, lunchtime and evening and a choice of roasts on sundays. Fresh fish is available daily. Visit website
  • The New Inn, Goodleigh: Relax in charming surroundings whilst sampling well kept ales that have had us listed in the Good Beer Guide for 3 years running. If you like trying something different our menu board is always changing to incorporate seasonal local meats, fish and vegetables. Visit website
  • Tea By The Taw : Great lunches on Barnstaple Riverside. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Fine Foods In Braunton: Family run delicatessen and cheese shop in Braunton suppling produce from small independent producers in the South West. Visit website
  • Tesco: In Barnstaple and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Saunton Sands Golf Course: The West course emulates the general characteristics of the East course but has its own distinctions and offers no weak hole. Visit website
  • Surf Schools In Woolacombe And Croyde: At the Academy we will assist you in progressing to the next level, from Beginner to Advanced for all ages 5 to 85. We are open all year round. Visit website
  • North Devon Hawk Walks: A practical, hands-on introduction to falconry, flying our hawks in the beautiful scenery of North Devon. Prices start at only £40 for a group of up to 4 people. So if there's one, two, three or four of you, the total cost is still only £40. Compare this with what others charge and you'll see what great value this is. Visit website
  • North Devon Leisure Centre: Based in Barnstaple, facilities include 25m and childrens pool, gym and squash courts Visit website
  • Lets Go Bowling: Ten-pin Bowling in Barnstaple with eco-ice rink and karaoke podss Visit website