A clean, comfortable room in a family home with large garden tucked away in a quaint country village in Devon. The surroundings are quiet and rural on the border of the Dartmoor National Park, half an hour from the coast and 15 minutes from Totnes.
Set in "the golden triangle", Broadhempston is a sought after village among South Hams residents for its tucked away and scenic location. On a clear night the stars can be seen as there is no near light pollution affording lots of peace and tranquility. Locals are friendly and happy.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to the ground floor public areas. Feel free to make use of the outdoor BBQ. The bedroom is on the ground floor with toilet. You will have use of the guest bathroom upstairs as well.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
There are 2 residents of this house: Bruni and her 13 year old son. At times there may be visiting friends or family. During the week Trystan goes to school and Bruni will be at work or around and about, able to give you information and make you feel comfortable about your surroundings. On the weekends we have friends over, go out to play rugby or lounge around in the living room. We welcome guests as we are used to sharing our home, having run a mountain lodge in the Andes of Peru in the recent past.
The price quoted does include breakfast. You will be offered either a bowl of home-made muesli or eggs on toast with either tea or (instant) coffee. Also you can bring your own food or buy supplies in our local community shop (Open Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm, Sat: 9am-1pm, Sun: 9am-12pm) with the addition of two village pubs as catering options.
We hope you feel at home here! We do ask that you use your time here for rest and relaxation and keep any partying or loud behaviour for going out. This house is non smoking but you can smoke in the garden if you so choose. Please respect the property and all its contents and be sure to tidy up after use in the public areas. Keep your stuff in your room and return the keys upon departure. We ask that you enter quietly if you return home after 10pm as the house residents are likely to be resting during the week ready for work or school the next day.