On a sunny day, you could be lead into thinking you were in the South of France. Stepping into a haven of tranquillity, this luxurious home promises to capture your heart from the moment you enter the drive. Built in the 1920’s, it has since been extensively renovated and tastefully modernised (in 2018), yet care has been taken to retaining the original character. Handsomely furnished, extremely comfortable and equipped to the very highest standards. This substantial house is light and airy throughout with stunning views from almost every room.
Exotic palm trees, mature hedges, trees and shrubs adorn the 4 acres of immaculately landscaped gardens surround the house. Set above the River Avon estuary in Bantham with yachts moored in the river below and breath-taking unbroken views out to sea, past Bantham Beach and Burgh Island, there is always something to catch your eye.
All in all, Longfield is a superb place to stay with your family or a group of friends.The main house consists of 6 bedrooms in total, sleeping a maximum of 12 people.
The Main House consists of 6 bedrooms and sleeps a maximum of 14 people.
The Annexe is situated above the second games room with its own external entrance or through the Games Room 2. Stairs lead up to the first floor sitting room with sofa, side tables, coffee table and a large chest of drawers with TV/DVD player. Bedroom 7 with 5ft king size bed, wardrobe, side table and chair. The kitchen has an electric oven with ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer. Bathroom with bath, hand held shower attachment and rain head shower over, hand basin w.c, and towel rail. The self-contained Annexe is available for up to two guests for an additional charge of £275 per week, please advise at time of booking if required and the rental will be adjusted accordingly.
The house is surrounded by exotic sub-tropical gardens and a substantial terrace with steps leading down to lawns over a range of terraces, with garden furniture and a built-in gas barbecue. Please note there are some steep slopes between the levels of which parents/children should be aware. On the southern side of the house, the gardens lead to a fish pond and further, to a superb tennis court. On the far side of the house there is a second terraced area, with comfortable garden seating. A pathway winds through the garden and down through a garden gate, along a pathway with steps leading down directly to Bantham Quay.