Welcome to Bugford Cottages

Delightfully situated in the heart of the Devonshire countryside

Tucked away at the foot of a pretty North Devon valley are Bugford Cottages, home to Mill Meadow, a charming cottage for two, and the Corn Mill, a beautifully restored cottage for up to seven. The setting could not be more perfect for guests looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the towns and cities and relax in the peace and quiet of the countryside.

Both stone cottages are is situated beside a babbling brook, which helps to provide a peaceful ambiance in which to enjoy a holiday. With charming rural views, they are surrounded by a large communal garden, where evening walks can be appreciated, or a spot of fishing for trout or carp can be relished in the small lake.

Bugford Cottages are ideally situated for exploring the best North Devon has to offer. From the cottages, it is only a short drive to the beautiful coastline made up of golden beaches, secluded coves and dramatic cliffs. Exmoor National Park is also within easy reach and with its abundance of wildlife and stunning scenery it is a great place to spend a day.

Just a mile away is the Pyne Arms, a traditional old village pub with a cosy restaurant serving good food. For special occasions Kentisbury Grange, with Michael Caines' restaurant The Coach House, is less than a ten-minute drive.

The nearest shop for day-to-day essentials can be discovered in Kentisbury, where there is also a service station and post office. For a larger range of shops, cafes and restaurants, Barnstaple and Ilfracombe are less than ten miles from the cottages.

Bugford is in a great position for seeing many of North Devon's popular attractions. Arlington Court is only a five-minute drive from the cottages and is perfect for a day out, no matter what the weather or season. There are also several gardens, including RHS Rosemoor, a range of golf courses and Dartington Crystal located within the local area.

Many leisure activities can also be enjoyed nearby. From the cottages, set out for a day on foot, travelling the many local footbaths, relax by the lake for a few hours fishing, or relish cycling along narrow winding country lanes. For less experienced cyclists the Tarka Trail can easily be accessed in Braunton and Barnstaple and is a great way to see the North Devon countryside and coastline.