Cullacott is a Grade 1 listed medieval Hall House situated in peaceful countryside near the Devon and Cornwall border on a small working farm, which has been in the family for 5 generations, and commands splendid panoramic views over the Ottery Valley. The restoration of the property jointly won the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors' National Building Conservation award for best restored house. Its sensitive restoration has ensured the house has preserved its basic simplicity and yet great care has been taken to provide every comfort for the visitor.
The house can be booked as a whole property, accommodating groups of 10-12 people, but it has also been divided into two self-contained units, the Longhouse and the Tudor Wing, both with entrances onto the cobbled courtyard and with a large garden and sunny terrace overlooking the fields running down to the river.
The Long House sleeps 6-7 people and contains the medieval great hall for dining, a snug parlour and low beamed kitchen. One quirky staircase leads up from the parlour where you find the bathroom, shower room with toilet and the twin bedroom. The second staircase leads up from the passageway to the main bedroom and also to the west wing bedroom which looks out over the garden.
The Tudor Wing sleeps 4-5 people in two large airy oak floored bedrooms reached by a slate turret staircase, with it's original studded door. The twin bedroom has a modern ensuite shower room and toilet cleverly disguised within it. The beautiful large parlour downstairs has a big open fireplace and even a harmonium to play. The bathroom is also downstairs, as is the craftsman built kitchen with its warm quarry tiled floor.
The photographs show both The Long House and Tudor Wing and are captioned accordingly.