A Couple Friendly Cottage Located on the Cadhay Estate.

The Cider Press

The Cider Press is the smallest of the three cottages we have available at Cadhay. It is a single-storey building standing on its own which has been converted into a very comfortable cottage with either a double or twin bedroom. It is spacious, filled with light and has a panoramic outlook to East Hill and the surrounding countryside.

It may be our smallest holiday cottage, but you’ll not be short of room inside. There’s a spacious lounge with a wood burner at its heart, great for relaxing in front of after a long day exploring.

You will find all of the equipment you would expect from a modern and luxurious holiday cottage, including a well proportioned kitchen / diner. The Cider Press is ideal for couples wanting a relaxing break in quiet and peaceful surroundings.

Spacious Holiday Accommodation

We created the Cider Press with couples in mind, it’s a great base for the two of you to spend a short break exploring East Devon. There’s a mixture of old world charm and modern creature comforts with plenty of light throughout. The lounge has French doors which open onto your own patio area, with views across East Hill and surrounding countryside, whilst the bedroom has floor to ceiling glazed patio doors.

Pet Friendly Facilities

We recognise that a lot of couples and families want to bring their dog with them when they get away for a short break. To accommodate this we’ve made sure that all our Cottages and the whole Cadhay Estate is dog friendly. Cadhay itself and the whole of East Devon provides you with many great walks to get out with your loyal friend. You can explore the Otter Valley or get away for a long walk on the South West Coastal Path.

Availability & Prices 2018

2706-Jul Booked

Ground Floor

Living room – Large room with woodburner (logs included), TV/DVD and comfortable seating for 3.

Kitchen/dining room – this spacious fitted kitchen has a table with 4 chairs, washing machine, fridge, microwave, toaster, 1.5 sink/drainer and electric cooker. There are double French doors to parking and patio area, with views across East Hill and surrounding countryside.

Bedroom – Luxurious room with floor to ceiling glazed patio doors, superking double or twin bed.

Shower Room – En-suite, Walk in shower, sink and toilet.

Family Friendly Holiday Cottages in East Devon

Our holiday cottages are a great base from which you can explore all of East Devon and West Dorset. Cadhay is located just outside of Ottery St Mary, an attractive parish town on the River Otter some ten miles from Exeter and six miles from the sea at Sidmouth.

Ottery is a peaceful and beautiful town, with excellent independent shops offering local food as well as one of the best wine merchants in the South West. If you want to go out for a meal there are plenty of great pubs and restaurants on your doorstep.

East Devon is an ideal place to enjoy walks, along the lovely Otter Valley, around West Hill and Woodbury Common, and on the South West Coast Path. If you want to explore the beach the seaside towns of Sidmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth, Branscombe, Beer, Seaton, Lyme Regis and West Bay are all short drives away.

More from Cadhay

Cadhay in Devon, is a large, historic house dating back to the 16th Century. It offers luxury, self catering accommodation, for a week or long weekend, for up to 22 people.

The neighbouring Stables, Coach House and The Cider Press are self contained, holiday cottages, sleeping a further 14. They can also be rented individually.

Cadhay's History

Our Accommodation

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Cadhay Manor House

The Coach House

The Stables

The Cider Press

What our visitors say

” Cadhay Estate is a beautiful escape to a calm and quiet retreat in a lovely part of the country.  The owner and caretaker are incredibly friendly and helpful. We have now stayed in The Stables and The Coach house, both are beautifully designed and carefully equipped.  We can’t fault the properties at all.  Highly recommended, we will be returning in the future.”

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