GRADE II LISTED BUILDING IN THE CENTRE OF A SMALL MARKET TOWN SLEEPS 6 1 REGRET NO BABIES OR CHILDREN This spacious home dates back to 1812 and was renovated in 2008. Originally used for the hotel next door as the towns Assembly Room it has now been converted into an open-plan family living space with a well-stocked book shelf board games electric keyboard and stylish layout. Located in the centre of Buckfastleigh with amenities all close at hand this small town is dominated by Benedictine Buckfast Abbey famous for its tonic wine. Being close to Dartmoor this is an ideal base for walking and cycling.The well known Abbot s Way starts at Buckfast and the Two Moors Way and South Devon Millennium Trail both pass close to the town. Also nearby is the magnificent South Devon Costal Path. There are several local footpaths thorough woodlands and moorland including walks to Hembury Woods and Hill Fort. Other attractions nearby include Pennywell Farm South Devon Steam Railway and Buckfastleigh open air swimming pool (summer only). The accommodation offers FOUR bedrooms: on the ground floor 1 double with en-suite shower 1 double 1 bunk bedroom and 1 single. Bathroom: with shower small bath WC and washer/dryer on the ground floor. Lounge: with open fire TV and DVD. Kitchen/diner: on a mezzanine level with electric oven and gas hob microwave dishwasher fridge and freezer. Outside: decked area at the rear of the property with seating. Amenities: parking for 3 cars. Bed linen towels electric central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Additional info: regret no babies or children due to the layout of the property and stairs. Guests are required to forward a 100 security deposit via cheque direct to the owners 2 weeks prior to arrival. Location: beach 15 miles pubs and shops within walking distance. Arrival: 3pm.