Spreacombe Gardens

A woodland retreat with walks over our private woodland and through the fields to our ponds or the RSPB Chapel Wood. Located  only 10 minutes from the stunning Woolacombe / Putsborough beaches yet a hidden secret in the area. We have 6 well equipped cottages and welcome families and pets for short breaks or longer stays.  Tel: 01271 870536

Come away for a respite at Spreacombe Gardens Holiday Cottages.
  • Excellent walks around the private Spreacombe Estate woodland / farmland
  • Easy access to award winning beaches
  • Dog Friendly
  • Children very welcome with safe lawned area for games
  • Good Bird watching / Nature trails (adjoining RSPB Chapel Wood)
  • Dog by the pond and picnic hamper.
  • bungalows backing onto woodland
  • chapel footings in Autumn. RSPB
  • View of large lawned area outside the cottages
  • Fitted cooker and hob in the recently upgraded kitchen
  • Grey laminate floor, wall mounted TV/DVD player and view of the lawn
  • Ground floor double bed overlooking the lawn
  • Azalea, Number 6 Spreacombe Gardens from the outside
  • Black 3 seater sofa and single tub chair in the lounge area of Hibiscus.
  • View of lounge of Azalea, 6 Spreacombe Gardens

We love welcoming our many guests that return to Spreacombe year after year 

Relaxing – some guests take a cottage to wind down, enjoy walking, relaxing and bird watching; we have our own entrance to RSPB Chapel Wood. 

Experiences – Active families enjoy surfing, sea fishing, cycling on the off road Tarka Trail and beach games. We love the fact that we have so many long sandy beaches just a few minutes drive away (beaches near to Spreacombe)

North Devon – National Trust Arlington Court, RHS Rosemoor, Stunning cliff path views followed by delicious cream teas, Squires Fish and Chips and local cuisine.

Larger Groups – With 6 cottages and our old barn function room we can accommodate a larger group holiday. Guests enjoy spending time together with the privacy of their own “home”.

Newly refurbished Azalea

If you venture out, the nearby villages of Mortehoe, Woolacombe and Ilfracombe are all very different; Damien Hirst’s statue Verity stands proud in the Ilfracombe harbour area watching the sea fishing trips leave, Mortehoe boasts some stunning views from the cliff paths and two excellent pubs for post walk refreshments and Woolacombe was named Best UK Beach in a recent survey. Lundy Island is worth a trip for nature lovers and golfers will find courses in the area to suit every standard. 

Back at home, our guests are welcome to walk around our woodland / take the trail across Mill Meadow to our ponds or just to stay in the cottage precincts enjoying our quiet lawned area.