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ACCOMMODATION
Victorian splendour with everything you need to have
a restful & restorative Holiday

 
RELAX IN NATURE
Step inside this delightful property, built around a Victorian railway carriage and you will find yourself in a spacious hallway running the length of the carriage.
The hall opens to an adorable dual-aspect kitchen/diner. This compact yet perfectly-appointed area boasts a gorgeous little breakfast bar/dining area, providing all the essentials including a microwave oven, electric hob and a fridge.

 

From here the hall leads to the pretty bedroom with a double bed and lovely antique furniture, and then a fabulous contemporary yet in keeping shower room with shower and WC. Finally, there is the sitting area, a cosy space with a comfortable sofa and chair, Smart TV and DAB/CD player with Bluetooth. French doors from the sitting area give access to a large covered veranda with seating, where you can enjoy panoramic views across the countryside to Exeter in the distance.

 

There is also a small garden area with a charcoal BBQ. During your stay you are welcome to stroll around 16 acres of private grounds including a secluded valley and newly planted woodland, home to a wealth of wildlife. Private off-road parking is located directly outside the property and there is also a useful utility shed with a washer/dryer and secure bicycle storage.  Within the grounds is a fire pit and bench to enjoy the evening peace.

GALLERY

First interior image looking down the corridor
The kitchen area with hob and cooker, with beige tiles and round carriage roof
Open carriage door with window and brown leather strap entering the bedroom
Image of bathroom and toilet with original brown mottled wall with painted 5 Seats sign and grey panelling below
Carriage bedrrom with metal double bed with brown cover and cream lace linen
Living room painted green with green sofa and arm chair with double doors leading to verandah
Close up of front of carriage pained salmon pink and brown with shadows of the wooden verandah
Front of Three Hares Carriage and verandah including parking area and bicycle shed
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