Peppercombe BothyBideford, Devon
At a glance details
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 1
- Preferred changeover day Flexible
- Minimum stay 1 night
- Number of dogs welcome 2
About Peppercombe BothySkip the hassle of putting up your tent this summer and stay in this coastal stone hut with sea-views for miles.
Comfortably sleeping up to four guests, Peppercombe Bothy is a very basic stone dwelling benefiting from wonderful views to Bideford Bay and close proximity to the famous South West Coast Path.
Perfect for a group of friends looking for somewhere to get away from it all for the weekend, the bothy is ideally placed for a walking holiday. With just a handful of neighbours, the only thing keeping you awake at night will be the sound of owls hooting in the trees and foxes rustling in the bushes.
Follow a meandering path down to the secluded Peppercombe Beach. With its wealth of rock pools and fishing spots, you’ll love exploring this beautiful stretch of the North Devon shoreline.
Just a short drive along coats and you’ll arrive at Clovelly. This famous old fishing village with its steep cobbled high street leading down to the harbour is home to range of local shops, pretty cafés and tea rooms and traditional pubs.
Features and facilities
- Cot & high chair not available
- Microwave not available
- Fridge not available
- Freezer not available
- Dishwasher not available
- Washing machine not available
- Tumble dryer not available
- Telephone not available
- Television not available
- DVD not available
- WiFi* not available
- Open fire / wood burner not available
- Garden not available
- BBQ not available
Two double (4'6") raised platforms that visitors can put their own mats or air beds on. There is storage space under the platforms and there are hooks on the back of the main door. There is a sink and a cold water tap.
The toilet is in a hut adjoining the bothy, where there is no light or sink.
Notes for visitors
Heating: No heating provided.
Bedding/linen: No linen provided.
Parking: There is parking for a maximum of two cars just off the lane on the uneven track leading up to the bothy.
Garden: The garden surrounds the bothy and opens out into surrounding woods. The immediate area in front of the bothy has short grass so you can sit out or play. Elsewhere, the ground is uneven and the grass is wild and long.
Hazards: Due to the remote location of this bothy, access is via a very rough track approximately half a mile long. Please drive very slowly and with great care at all times. Low slung vehicles should exercise particular care.
Dog owners should be aware that there is no enclosed garden at the bothy.