Thatches Hideaway At Croyde

Croyde , Barnstaple, Devon, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The kitchen leads out to a lovely private area with steps leading up to an elevated courtyard patio area with outdoor table, chairs and parasol. This lovely space has far reaching country views and is an ideal space for summer BBQ’s and al fresco meals. Enjoy a luxurious soak in the fantastic hot tub! A pathway runs a little way from the front door to the neighbouring property. There is private, dedicated parking for 2 cars next to the cottage.

Downstairs Description

The open plan living room with kitchen and dining area is bright, light and spacious. This sociable space is enhanced by the high vaulted ceiling, comfortable sofas, cosy chairs and wood burning stove for snug nights in.

The open plan kitchen is well equipped with gas hob and electric oven as well as integrated microwave.

Bedroom 2: An attractive twin bedroom is situated on the ground floor with bedside chest of drawers, reading lamp and cosy reading chair. A third, single bed (trundle) is also available in this room - linen can be hired for the trundle - please see Add to Basket

Bathroom 1: The ground floor family bathroom is fitted with a bath with shower-over, WC and hand basin.

First Floor Description

Bedroom 1: The master bedroom with double bed is based on an attractive mezzanine level with sloped ceiling. Bedside tables with reading lamps, tall mirror and chest of drawers are provided to make your stay as comfortable as possible. This sunny spacious room also has an en-suite WC with hand basin. There is a small ante-room between the bedroom and bathroom containing a childs cot and plenty of shelves for storage.

Dogs Welcome
Child Friendly
Hot Tub
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • The Big Sheep : The Big Sheep is known as one of the best family tourist attractions in Devon. As well as childrens’ activities there’s fun for adults too. Visit website
  • Lundy Island: The particular character of Lundy derives from its varied terrain; on the west side, exposed to the Atlantic, there are high and rugged cliffs, on the east, sheltered from the prevailing wind, the coastline is gentler with grassy slopes, trees and many types of wild flowers. Visit website
  • Baggy Point, Croyde : Head out from Croyde or the nearby National Trust car park for this short gentle walk to Baggy Point. Visit website
  • Milky Way Adventure Park: If you’re looking for fun days out and things to do in Devon, The Milky Way Adventure Park has it all! Ride the Cosmic Typhoon Devon’s tallest, fastest & longest roller coaster. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Hobbs Bistro, Croyde: We offer lazy breakfasts, morning coffees, long lunches and leisurely evening meals with an extensive wine list. New for this year is our relaxing garden, situated at the rear of the restaurant. Visit website
  • The Thatched Barn : In Croyde, who offer superb menus and a daily choice of black board specials, offering local fresh fish and farm produce from across Devon and Exmoor. All served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere by our wonderful staff who are at the heart of this busy and popular Inn. 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 Braunton or Ilfracombe and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Surfing, Croyde: Guests are entitled to 25% Discount of off Surfboard and Wetsuit Hire prebooked from the shop or booked online on our website Visit website
  • Coasteering, Croyde: Experience coasteering, one of the fastest growing activities that will see you clamber, scramble, jump and swim along some of the most beautiful North Devon coastline there is on offer. Visit website
  • Golf, Saunton: 36 Holes of beautiful championship links golf, set in the heart of North Devon. Visit website