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Anstey Mills Cottage – A Large Family Luxury Holiday Cottage in North Devon, Exmoor.

Anstey Mills Cottage

Anstey Mills Cottage is a Grade II listed building which is the end of the original Devon Longhouse. ‘Enjoy England’ and “Visit Britain’ rewarded it the Quality in Tourism 4 Star Gold over 10 years running! Newly refurbished and renovated in 2010, still showing traditional beams and stonework, this large luxury family holiday cottage is a traditional stone, brick and slate building. Being the largest of our two holiday cottages, it is very spacious, ideal for family get-togethers and special celebrations. The entrance hall leads into a large, well-fitted farmhouse kitchen with a huge table to accommodate more guests (great when you combine both cottages!). There are a spacious but cosy sitting room with an excellent wood-burning stove and a utility room, WC and shower next to the entrance hall.

You will enjoy the comforts and peace of this home from home: On the first floor we have 3 spacious bedrooms ( 1 en-suite with 5′ 4 poster bed, another with double bed and futon and one twin-bedded room – the beds can be zip linked together to make a super-king-size bed ) and the main bathroom/WC (bidet and shower over bath). A landing door leads across a small bridge to a large semi-enclosed garden.

  • Three-bedroom cottage sleeping 6 plus 1 child (plus cots available)
  • Comfortable 5′ Four poster bed
  • Linen included (bed linen on lovely feather or wool duvets and pillows, towels, tea cloth, etc)
  • Wood-burner
  • Dog-friendly cottage with separate enclosed ‘exercise’ area
  • Well equipped kitchen including dishwasher and washing machine (Tumble-dryer in Barn)
  • Electricity and central heating (night storage heaters, warm towel rails etc.) included
  • Ample parking outside your cottage
  • Free Wifi internet access available (with differing signal strength due to our thick walls!)
  • Flat screen Smart TV and Google Home connect you to Film, Music and News
  • German and French are spoken. Wir sprechen Deutsch. On parle Français un peu.