Braunds Sail Loft

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  • #Dog
  • #Sea Side
  • #Family
  • #Modern
  • #Converted Barn
  • #Groups

£1,980.00 up to £4180 per week as of 02/11/2023

Okay, we're a bit obsessed with Braunds Sail Loft and its perfect blend of modern luxury and rustic charm. Located on Devon's North Coast, it was once a sail repair workshop, now an enviable holiday home for 10 guests. Discover the character of its former use in the stylish bedrooms and snug living space, where you will find exposed stone walls, historic windows, and vaulted ceilings. At the heart of the house however is a contemporary and cool open-plan kitchen/diner, with huge sliding doors opening out onto the inviting courtyard. Here you'll find plenty of space to sit and relax, a barbeque, and a firepit to gather around at the end of the day. Sleeps 10 🛏 Dog-friendly 🐾

The highlights This beautiful building has been expertly and sympathetically restored by a team of architects to create a luxurious holiday home for 10 guests while retaining the character of the original sail workshop.
Relaxing open plan living space leading out onto a private courtyard via huge sliding glass doors.
Fire pit, barbecue and outdoor dining space located in the courtyard along with a dedicated wetsuit drying area and storage for beach gear.
Located in the village of Braunton within walking distance of shops, cafes and restaurants and just a five-minute drive from Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay.

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