The Manor House At Bratton Clovelly

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£1,375.00 per night as of 30/12/2023

Discover a refurbished 18th century manor in the serene village of Bratton Clovelly, surrounded by countryside. Four former stables and barns have been repurposed into self-contained cottages accommodating up to 18 guests, perfect for a special occasion or to gather family and friends together. Beyond the natural beauty, you're spoiled for choice in leisure activities at this beautiful resort. Enjoy a few rallies on the tennis court and explore the 30-acre estate, including private woodland, before relaxing in the spa and dipping in the outdoor heated pool. For the wilder among you, there's always a swim in the private lake during the warmer months. The largest of the cottages, the Coach House, has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Underfloor heating will keep you toasty in the winter, and there's also a private four-seater hot tub in the enclosed garden. The Cottage has two ensuite bedrooms, one with a glazed balcony overlooking the piazza. The Studio has two bedrooms, both with ensuites. Like the Cottage, you can look over the piazza from the glazed balcony, and all three cottages have log burners to keep you toasty and warm all year round. Finally, the Apartment can sleep up to four guests, but it's up to you whether you prefer one bedroom and a sitting room, two bedrooms or two spaces to entertain. The cottages are self-contained but close to one another around a paved courtyard, giving you the ideal balance of socialising and relaxation. When you want to gather together, the private dining room seats 20, and you can savour the outdoor dining terrace on sunnier days. For the ultimate experience, book a bespoke banquet of East Asian cuisine from Li's kitchen on-site, or if you want to venture beyond the estate, dine out or go for a pint at the village pub, the Clovelly Inn, it's just a walk away. Be sure to sample all the estate's facilities, including the hot tub, hydro pool, wellness spa and sauna, and then curl up with a good book on the swing-egg chair under the veranda of the lounge. Once recharged, stroll around the lake and forest, fire up the BBQ in the outdoor cooking area outside the Coach House garden or hire the automatic ball serving machine at the tennis court. When you can tear yourself away from your country resort, explore the beauty of Dartmoor National Park. Whether walking, cycling or horse riding is your adventure of choice, there's plenty to explore in the vast open moorlands.

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