our visitors say
“A wonderful week again...the Stables are so comfortable,
somewhere I could happily live.” 4/10
“A week of blue skies and frosty nights - lovely walks in
the day, best of all the log fire to come home to. So clean and well
equipped - better than home.” 12/ 08
Two luxury self-catering
cottages each sleeping 6 located on the Cadhay estate at Ottery St
Mary available for holiday lets
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prices and availability
The Stables and Coach House are two self-contained, self-catering cottages
in a corner of the original walled kitchen garden about 50m from Cadhay itself.
Both have been finely converted with modern conveniences, generous sized rooms,
each with three bedrooms sleeping 6, and with their own small patios and grassy
areas overlooking the idyllic walled garden. The cottages are available for
holiday lets either individually, jointly or in conjunction with Cadhay, thus
offering accommodation possibilities for 6, 12, 28 or 34 people.
The Coach House is light, very spacious, with period features such a wooden
beams upstairs. It is well furnished with some excellent antiques, interesting
paintings, bright rugs and quality curtains.
The Coach House accommodation consists of:
Hall – originally the tack room with wooden paneling and saddle racks.
Living room – Very large room with woodburner (logs included), TV/DVD, music
system and comfortable seating for 9. There are floor- to- ceiling windows
along one side with double French doors opening on to the front lawn.
room – this spacious fitted kitchen has a table with 8 chairs, dishwasher,
washing machine, tumble drier, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, 1.5 sink/drainer
and electric cooker. There are double French doors to the car park yard.
Working greenhouse – leads to garden area, patio with table and chairs and
Downstairs loo – there is a hairdryer, airer, iron and ironing board available
First floor (stairgate available)
Master bedroom – large room with 6’ zip-link bed (can be made into a superking
double or 2 single beds). The en- suite has a bath, sink, toilet and separate
Double bedroom – cosy room with beams and a 5’ bed. The en-suite has a bath
with hand shower, toilet and sink.
Twin bedroom – beamed twin room. The en-suite has a bath, sink, toilet and
The Stables, slightly smaller overall than the Coach House, is light and spacious
having three double bedrooms that sleep up to 6. Similarly, the cottage has
exposed beams, good quality furniture, antiques, bright rugs, interesting
paintings and a cosy woodburner giving a homely comfortable atmosphere. The
Stables overlooks Cadhay House and the walled garden which has been converted
into allotments for some of the local community.
The Stables accommodations consists of:
Living/dining room – open plan with woodburner (logs provided) and large French
windows that look towards Cadhay. The dining room has a table with 6 chairs,
dresser, 3 comfortable chairs and a CD/radio player.
Kitchen – the galley kitchen
is well equipped with a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, 1.5
sink/drainer and electric cooker; door opens onto small slate patio with barbeque,
table and chairs, within the allotments.
Sitting room/study – lovely double aspect room, comfortable seating for 7,
an antique desk, telephone, TV and DVD. On one side the view is of the main
house and the other of the working green house.
Downstairs loo – there is a hairdryer, airer, washer/dryer iron and ironing
Master bedroom – large room looking over Cadhay house with 6’ zip-link bed
which can be made up as a superking double or 2 single beds.
Twin bedroom –
sunny twin room overlooking the kitchen garden.
Family bathroom – with toilet,
sink, bath and separate power shower. This bathroom is shared by the master
bedroom and twin bedroom.
Double bedroom – this bedroom has a 6’ zip-link bed which can be made up as
a superking double or 2 single beds. The en- suite has a bath, toilet, sink
and separate shower.
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|Cadhay is pleased to announce that all the holiday accommodation
has now been assessed by Visit Britain. The Gold accolade has been awarded
to the Coach House and Stables while Cadhay has been placed towards the
higher aspect of the four star rating.