Clematis Cottage is a charming 16th century thatched terraced cottage, situated near to the Fountain Head public house in Branscombe, Devon.

It has flagstone floors and wooden beams. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one with a brass double bed. There is a character shower room with old stripped pine vanity unit and basin, wc and stripped pine floor.


Branscombe is a cluster of thatched and stone cottages nestling alongside a narrow winding lane at the bottom of a secluded wooded valley, a haven for walkers and guests seeking a quiet country holiday in an unspoilt costal village. An ancient Norman church, two local hostelries (one being the Masons’ Arms, once popular with the 12th century master masons who built Exeter Cathedral), a post office and store, a traditional tea room and a working forge are to be found in this quiet and peaceful village.