Above all the owners are demonstrating, through their significant investment, their confidence in westcountry tourism. This project has involved the refurbishment of range of traditional, local stone cottages and barns, to create a total of 18 holiday cottages. Seven are pet-friendly, three suitable for those with limited mobility, and one one-bedroom property adapted for use by accompanied wheelchair holidaymakers. There is an onsite clubhouse, indoor swimming pool, sauna, games room, bike store and tennis court, all to the high quality specification, enjoyed by HPB’s visiting investors.
Significantly the setting in Devon’s fabulous countryside is a real attraction, with dramatic views across to Saunton Sands. Northway Court is just a short stroll down to the fabulous coastline; at Peppercombe Beach and not far from unique Clovelly; undoubtedly amongst one of the prettiest villages in the country. A short drive is the Cornwall border.
The traditional rural vernacular retains the authentic, rural integrity, sympathetically adapted with quality materials to produce the finest holiday accommodation. Quality stonework runs throughout the scheme, blended with other timber and an occasional rendered elevation. The fine detail is shown in quality traditional slate roofs, and wooden windows.
Looking across to Saunton Sands
The same attention to detail has been given to the interiors
The project will soon move on to the internal fitout. The kitchens have been carefully considered to be in-keeping with the local area. The design is calm, simple. The doors are smooth and handleless, the deep navy compliments the lighter Karndean oak effect flooring, softened with the mosaic tiles. The bedrooms are planned to be simple with a Scandinavian feel to them, using blues and light wood furniture.
The site is a hive of activity, with all trades pulling together to complete the final stages of this significant tourism project. HPB’s prestigious portfolio of specification has now grown to over 1,400 properties, in more than 30 locations, throughout the UK and 13 countries.
Architects: Peregrine Mears Architects
RIBA Chartered Architects