The Rectory and its coach house and cottage make for a very special set up, perfect for weddings, family reunions or celebrating a big birthday or anniversary.
The owners also arrange writing retreats and walking holidays.
Sleeps 16 people in 7 generous bedrooms (one of the rooms is accessed through another). There are no en-suites; guests share 2 large bathrooms, and a downstairs cloakroom. The reception rooms include a drawing room with piano, and billiards room. The games room was once the village hall for Pyworthy (despite the distance from the village), andthere’s a small stage and organ for spontaneous entertainment.The kitchens are huge, and perfect for hearty breakfasts, or riotous suppers. The owners warmly welcome weddings and house parties.
The Coach House
Sleeps 12 people in 5 bedrooms, with 2 large bathrooms. Downstairs is a large living area and kitchen.
The Garden Cottage
Sleeps 6, best used as an overflow for big parties, or weddings.
The buildings sit in 10 acres of gardens, lawns and cool, bosky woodlands – perfect for ambling, evening walks. The old kitchen garden walls still encircle the terrace and wide lawn (which is perfect for a marquee), protecting it from any enthusiastic weather. The position of the house, with its mantle of woodlands, guarantees privacy and glorious, stretching peace (which you can choose to shatter – any time you like).
Edmund’s Choice of Extraordinary Feature
“I’ve always had a soft spot for this house. It’s comfortable and not at all precious, the sort of rambling old place that you can just relax and enjoy being with your family. Great privacy, too – no neighbours for miles!”
About The Location
There is plenty to do in the area – Pyworthy itself has a lovely old pub, the Molesworth Arms, with lots of great circular walks. The house is only 8 miles from the coast, and the traditional resort of Bude, with all of its distractions.
Things To Do
The Old Rectory has a an outdoor swimming pool, extensive gardens and plenty of places for country walks (Dartmoor is a short distance away). The surfers’ beaches of North Devon are about a twenty minutes’ drive away, as are innumerable opportunities for the taking of a Devon cream tea.
The Old Rectory reserves a few dates a year for weddings (the house itself holds a license), and specialise in country-style celebrations with lots of friends and family and touches of rural charm. Photographs of past events can be found on The Old Rectory’s Facebook page, or you can ring to chat with the lovely owners (Tony and Plym).
For details of special offers, or last minute availability, please contact the owners.