Tuckers Retreat At Combrew Farm Cottages

Bickington, Barnstaple, North Devon, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

and a quiet secluded patio garden with a table, chairs, and a sunshade.

Downstairs Description

Downstairs, there is a light and airy fitted kitchen/dining room which is equipped with all the usual modern appliances, including: a fan oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer drier.

From here, a door leads out to the enclosed private patio garden.

In the lounge there is a sumptuous sofa and comfortable chairs which are centred around a traditional stone fireplace and wood-burning stove. Unwind beside the crackling fire as you settle down to watch the 42" LED TV and DVD player.

First Floor Description

The master bedroom, which has splendid views of the garden, boasts a comfortable king-size four-poster bed, a 32” LED TV, and its own luxury ensuite shower room. In here, you’ll find a refreshing 'air boost' power shower, hand basin and WC. The second bedroom is a twin room with 2 single beds. There is also a fully fitted bathroom which has a rejuvenating power shower to give you a great start to the day. With a charm and character all of its own, Tucker's Retreat will quickly have you under its spell!

Dogs Welcome: Up to two well behaved pets are welcome in this cottage.
Child Friendly
Swimming Pool
Group Getaways: We can comfortably accommodate groups of up to 30 and take great pride in ensuring that our valued guests have the very best time possible during their stay.
Farm Experience
Eco Escape
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Arlington Court: Located in the picturesque hills of Exmoor, Arlington Court is an unexpected jewel in Devon’s crown. This complete family estate (held by the Chichester family) has over 20 miles of footpaths to explore, including a breathtaking lake walk. Visit website
  • Lundy Island: If you’ve got good sea legs, then we’d highly recommend climbing aboard the MS Oldenburg and sailing to Lundy Island. Lundy is a small island that lies off the coast of North Devon where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel. Visit website
  • Clovelly: Take a step back in time with a trip to the traditional fishing village of Clovelly. Famous for its steep cobbled hill, donkeys, and working fishing bay, Clovelly is a unique, privately owned village which has managed to preserve its original atmosphere. Visit website
  • Hartland Abbey And Gardens: Open from May – October, Hartland Abbey is the home of the Stucley family. The impressive 12th century family home is surrounded by walled and woodland gardens, which visitors are invited to explore. If you’re a keen photographer, Hartland Abbey and Gardens are sure to provide you with a whole day’s worth of inspiration! Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Fox, Fremington: Renamed and under new management, our nearby local public house, The Fox (formerly The Fox & Hounds), is proving very popular with locals and visitors alike! Located just half a mile away, The Fox is within easy walking distance of Combrew, meaning that you don’t have to worry about driving or getting a taxi. Visit website
  • Fullam Restaurant, Barnstaple: The award winning Fullam restaurant has been established for over a decade and is set within a 200-year-old Coaching Inn in the centre of Barnstaple. The opulent design is described as ' Chinese chic ' and also boasts a bespoke conservatory and private walled courtyard. Visit website
  • The Boathouse, Instow: Relaxed dining experience, specialising in fresh local fish and a wide range of daily specials. The Boathouse is very popular with our guests, especially with those looking for somewhere special. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • St Johns Farm Shop: Their farm shop, Orchards, sells local produce at competitive prices. Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: Just a mile away from Combrew the local Sainsbury's superstore offers everything - superb fresh food, with a bakery, meat, fish and deli counters together with all your daily requirements Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Blakewell Fisheries: Not only is the beautiful fishing lake at Blakewell a mecca for fans of fly fishing, it’s also a must for lovers of water gardens and nature. Set in a secluded position in a tranquil Devon valley, Blakewell stocks Rainbow trout all year round and brown trout from April until September. Visit website
  • Keypitts Quads: Calling all adrenaline junkies! The Keypitts quad biking centre offers an exhilarating day out for kids and ‘big kids’ aged 6+. Blast through fields, mud, and puddles on a Suzuki 50cc, Yamaha 50cc/80cc, a 90cc Hondas or a 125cc Yamaha Breeze – there is a quad for everyone! Visit website
  • Mullacott Equestrian Centre: Mullacott is a highly popular equestrian centre and premier indoor competition venue. No matter what your level of experience, the talented equestrian team will be able to cater for your needs. Whether you fancy going off-road for a fast ride along the beach, or a gentler ride through woodland, Mullacott have a course for you. Visit website
  • Highbullen Golf And Country Club: The superb award winning 18 hole USGA specification golf course is set in richly wooded parkland with breathtaking views towards Dartmoor and Exmoor. The 5,600 yard par 68 course is an excellent test whatever your golfing standard. Visit website