The Old Surgery is a ground floor single storey annexe to New Place which is an architecturally designed house with surgery built for the village doctor in the 1950s. Since the doctor retired in the early 80s the surgery rooms remained untouched until recent renovation and even had a stethoscope still hanging on the back of the treatment room door.
The accommodation has gas central heating throughout and consists of lounge/diner with sofa bed, kitchen, wetroom shower with wc, double bedroom.


There is one step up into the accommodation which is then all on the same level.
The Old Surgery rooms are:
Lounge/diner with 4'6" sofa bed, armchair, dining table and 4 chairs, 32" Freeview TV and nest of tables.
Kitchen contains single electric oven, microwave, 2 ring ceramic hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer, kettle, toaster and the cupboards and drawers are well stocked with crockery, cutlery, utensils pots and pans etc.
Wetroom has walk in dual shower with fixed and flexible heads, bathroom cabinet with basin and mixer tap, comfort height toilet and is heated with both underfloor heating and radiator.
Double bedroom has king size double bed with storage drawers, double wardrobe with full height hanging space and 4 drawers, Lloyd Loom chair, full length mirror, twin wall lights over the bed.
The garden, drive and parking spaces are all level with no steps. The accommodation is well screened by hedges and trees and is not overlooked by any other properties.

Dogs are welcome by arrangement so please let us know on your booking message whether you will bringing a dog/dogs for your stay. There is a charge of £15 per dog per stay payable on arrival.

The Old Surgery enjoys a quiet location on the fringe of the village and is further protected by a 3 acre paddock surrounding the house and garden. There is a network of paths and quiet country lanes leading to the west or level walks around the village and towards the Exe estuary and cycle path to link up with the local bus route or mainline railway station or passenger ferry to Exmouth.

The Powderham Castle and estate grounds are just a 15 - 20 minute walk either across footpaths and country lanes or via the main road.