The Piggery Studio

Sleeps Two. From £80 Per Night

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Bike Friendly Holiday Cottage in North Devon

 

The perfect base to explore beautiful North Devon

New in 2017, the Piggery Studio - your smoke & vape free self-catering accommodation. Set in its own secluded south-facing garden with lovely views across our fields and the Taw Valley, is an elegantly designed studio ideal for couples. It has a king-sized bed with beautifully soft cotton sheets, separate shower room, seating areas inside and out, Internet TV/radio and kitchen facilities.

The interior has been custom designed and built by local craftsmen and we've ensured your stay will be as comfortable as possible by installing underfloor heating, vintage Ercol chairs and tables and Anglepoise lamps.

Property Features

 
Bike Friendly

Bike Friendly

Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi

Sleeps Two

Sleeps Two

One Bathroom

One Bathroom

Local Cycle Routes

Local Cycle Routes

Ample Parking

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Make yourselves at home

Cyclist Friendly Holiday Cottage in North Devon

The kitchen has a breakfast bar, fridge-freezer, electric cooking rings, microwave convection oven and tea and coffee making facilities. We can provide fresh free-range eggs from our own hens, along with other local provisions on request.

North Devon is an extremely popular area for cyclists so, with that in mind, we've ensured there's ample space to lock your bikes away after you've explored all our lovely county has to offer.

We're sorry, but the Piggery is unsuitable for children and dogs.

"What a lovely, relaxing way to spend a weekend. The Piggery Studio had everything we needed - peace, quiet, a beautiful setting and some really friendly cats! Plus great bike rides from the door and only half an hour’s drive to the beach. I’m sure we’ll be back. Thanks!"
Robb and Hannah
July 2017

Explore North Devon

North Devon is full of great days out and is perfect for keen cyclists - choose from a gentle and relaxed ride on the Tarka Trail or challenge yourself to some the bike trails that stretch across the breathtaking landscape of Exmoor National park.