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We have just returned from a short stay in Combeinteignhead, Devon where we went to celebrate a friend's special birthday. Underhill Cottage was recommended to us by chance as an ideal B&B place to stay.
From the very outset, Linda was very welcoming and made...More
I booked Underhill cottage to be the location where I spent my first night with my new wife! Linda (the owner) was incredibly welcoming and a fantastic host. The breakfast was truly delightful! We'd recommend to all!
I booked Underhill Cottage as a surprise for my husband on his birthday for New Years Eve. Linda is so welcoming and nothing is too much trouble. The room was wonderful with so much attention to detail, it is a beautiful cottage in an idyllic...More
My boyfriend and I only stayed for one night, but would love to go back for longer and we have already recommended this to friends and family.
A quaint little country cottage in a picturesque rural village, Linda and her daughter were so welcoming. Advised...More
My girlfriend and I recently stayed for three nights at this lovely quaint cottage in this quintessential English village. Linda (the owner) was extremely welcoming and hospitable and cooks a mean full English breakfast on her Aga, but a full selection of breakfasts were offered...More
Underhill Cottage is a delightful 300 year old Devonshire cob built cottage situated in the heart of the village near to the local pub in a beautiful part of the English countryside. The guest room has a comfortable double bed, ample storage space with tea and coffee making facilities. The room has original features, including hard wood floor and timber beams. Underhill cottage is nestled into the hill side, with a garden stretching up in terraces to the rear. It has a suntrap, with a Barbeque and fish pond, a vegetable garden, fruit trees, and lawn with seating overlooking the valley. Combeinteignhead is an attractive village a couple of miles south of Newton Abbot, five miles fro m Torquay and only a few miles from the seaside villages of Shaldon and Teignmouth.