The Old Rectory Cottages in the heart of North Devon.
In the heart of the former Devon Village of the year, Kings Nympton, sits The Old Rectory Cottages.
Set between the thatched village pub and Saxon church, this is the perfect setting for six luxurious listed self-catering holiday cottages, furnished to provide you with a classic but modern stylish holiday accommodation.
On arrival, you will feel yourself relax amidst the peace and calm of the four acre landscaped garden or enjoy the afternoon in our wonderfully warm swimming pool with sun terrace overlooking the patchwork of fields and rural views. Two ponds are home to a variety of hand reared and wild ducks and our younger guests can enjoy some time in the play area with climbing frame and sand pit or the outdoor table tennis.
Each cottage is centrally heated, luxuriously and thoughtfully furnished and decorated with your comfort and relaxation in mind. Fully equipped kitchens and spotless bathrooms complement cosy living areas and bedrooms with crisp cotton linen and deep feather quilts.
All properties benefit from garden views which lend to the calm and restful feel to each property. You can enjoy cosy winter evenings in front of the TV or listening to some music with most cottages having wood burners.
In the summer why not make the most of the grounds and enjoy the outdoors using one of the BBQs, making the perfect day in the calm of this rural village.
Year round indoor heated swimming pool.
4 acres of landscaped gardens and views over open countryside.
Personal introduction to the area and welcome pack on arrival.
Childrens play area and outdoor table tennis.
Barbeques for outside dining, together with garden furniture and seating.
Ample car parking adjacent to the cottages.
Free Broadband/WiFi Internet access is available.
This was our third visit to The Old Rectory Cottages – and we stayed in ‘Woodlands’ again!
Have just spent an enjoyable week in the Tythe Barn and would recommend it.
A beautiful village and lovely cottage – we stayed in Little Nymet which had all we needed.