Friday, 24 October 2014 'Hollyhocks' Bungalow, Olde Smithy Bungalow, Welcombe, North Devon

Located in the Hartland Peninsular, our Olde Smithy Bungalow - Hollyhocks - is in Welcombe village, on the North Devon/Cornwall coast line. The Bungalow is set in a very beautiful valley with a dog friendly thatched inn and beach close by.

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'Hollyhocks' Bungalow, Olde Smithy Bungalow, Welcombe, North Devon (Sleeps 1-4)

Welcombe village is an ideal place to discover some of the magnificent scenery that the area has to offer.

The location is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is a perfect spot for those seeking a peaceful location to relax in. There is miles of beautiful countryside & coastal footpath and the area is a haven for wildlife.

At the back of the garden you have the beautiful valley view of the Welcombe Valley. Walk or drive down to the valley and discover stunning coastal & country scenery, Strawberry Water Waterfall, the coastal footpath & the beach for sea bathing and surfing. The beach at Welcombe is a dog friendly beach all year round!

Devon is a prime location that brings thousands of tourists every year. Our area in Welcombe offers its visitors lots to see and do. Welcombe Pottery, Docton Mill, Hartland Quay, Hartland Abbey, The world famous village of Clovelly, Rosemoor Gardens, Dartington Crystal and Atlantic Village Shopping Mall.

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