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New to our site? Create an account. This beautiful, unique watchtower offers fabulous views and provides a true hideaway for those looking to spend quality time together on a romantic break close to the North Devon coast. This charming watchtower is set high on a hill above the River Taw, less than a mile from the market town of Barnstaple and its array of pubs, shops, restaurants, cinema and a theatre. The long sandy beaches of Westward Ho! Saunton and Croyde are within easy reach too and are popular surfing spots if you enjoy watersports.
Step through the front door of the property and into the open-plan accommodation, which due to its unique nature offers a great setting for guests who wish not to cook during their break. On the floor you will also find a shower room with WC. Outside there is a vast enclosed, shared lawn garden with seating and BBQ for you to enjoy.
On sunny evenings you can relax outdoors and watch the sun set over the river. There is parking for two cars. Reviewed by Jack, 18th May Fantastic week in the watchtower with everything we need and for a great price. Almost certain well be back Reviewed by David, 11th May Awesome place Awesome building Awesome views Awesome value for money Awesome hospitality Who could ask for more Mr Patel was so easy to get on with so friendly welcoming and helpful highly recommend the watchtower barnstable definitely be staying again. Reviewed by Brian, 27th April Delightful property in a very pretty location.
Comfortable and compact with all necessary equipment. Welcoming hosts and there are larger properties on the same site if required. Amazing conversion of an old watchtower made a very enjoyable stay. Reviewed by trevor, 20th April Brilliant setting for a quiet long weekend, other than on arrival we did not see a sole around us other than Birds and Sheep. Location we could not fault easy to get around via car or walking. Would definitely stop there again.
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Reviewed by Simon, 16th March This is a quirky charming place to stay with fabulous views over the Taw estuary. Wonderfully quiet and a profusion of birdsong to wake up to. Easy reach of many good places to eat. Great area to visit. Reviewed by Julia, 23rd December This cottage provided a very affordable, cosy and comfortable base for exploring the area. The views over the field and River Taw were lovely and although it is located on the edge of town it is a quiet location. The 'basic' kitchenette was in fact well equipped, with microwave, small convection oven, sandwich toaster, regular toaster, good sized f Read more ridge and freezer.
We visited in winter, so didn't make use of the outside picnic tables. A lovely property and would happily stay again. Reviewed by Helen, 16th November Had a lovely weekend away at the Watchtower, lovely cosy place and very peaceful. We had everything we needed there. Reviewed by Christopher, 3rd November Reviewed by Indie, 13th October Reviewed by Lynne, 6th October Enjoyed a lovely week at the Watchtower, peace and quiet even in the midst of storm Callum.
There was everything we needed in the kitchen and the main room was light and airy during the day, warm and cosy in the evenings. Nice comfy bed with crisp cotton sheets. Nice views, nightly visits from hedgehogs and a tawny owl in a nearby tree made our wee Read more k. Reviewed by Tracy, 1st September Lovely unique place to stay, secluded but still can walk to nearby pubs. Lots of light and great views from upstairs. Reviewed by Kathleen, 25th August Lovely , cosy little tower We had a super relaxing week , quiet yet very central location.
Mr Patel is extremely kind and caring host and we would definitely recommend this property. Very good value for the cost. Reviewed by Ian, 11th August A lovely secluded getaway in north Devon, the watch tower is a wonderful converted folly with bags of history and great views, perfect for a couple looking to unwind. Reviewed by Lorna, 21st July Reviewed by Chris, 9th June The Watchtower was a perfect place for us to have a welcome break.
Nicely tucked away, yet close enough to all you need, it offers privacy, convenient location, lovely views, comfort, value for money, and a whole lot more.
We would thoroughly recommend The Watchtower to any couple that are looking for a comfortable base close to all you need, yet w Read more ith the privacy we all desire. Everything was as described, the booking was simple, good communications regarding our booking made it all so enjoyable Hide. This property has been let with us for over 15 years and is managed by Jolie. Reviewed by Jack, 18th May Fantastic week in the watchtower with everything we need and for a great price.
Reviewed by David, 11th May Awesome place Awesome building Awesome views Awesome value for money Awesome hospitality Who could ask for more Mr Patel was so easy to get on with so friendly welcoming and helpful highly recommend the watchtower barnstable definitely be staying again. Reviewed by Brian, 27th April Delightful property in a very pretty location.
Reviewed by trevor, 20th April Brilliant setting for a quiet long weekend, other than on arrival we did not see a sole around us other than Birds and Sheep.
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Reviewed by Simon, 16th March This is a quirky charming place to stay with fabulous views over the Taw estuary. Reviewed by Julia, 23rd December This cottage provided a very affordable, cosy and comfortable base for exploring the area. This is not a fact check. In response to a simple and completely accurate statement celebrating the record number of women in Congress, the author wants you to know all sorts of Necessary Context.
The author has all sorts of opinions about this topic, and wants to present them to you in the context of a fact check. No fact has actually been checked in the drafting of this statement. Larry has all sorts of Necessary Context for you. No fact checks, really, but zealous attempts at purporting the existence of common knowledge — what everyone knows that everyone knows — about the issue.
And that, friends, is the problem. Our trust in media is under attack. Our confidence in its value being debased from without and within. From without, we are being told that the media are the enemy of the people. From within, we are presented with opinions and commentary that purport to be facts. Both serve to debase this critical social institution. The widening gyre will guide you to concern yourself with one of these, to be offended at the two being conflated.
We must resist and defeat both of these threats. Someone must watch for riders. And someone must watch the watchmen. Thank for sharing your enlightening analysis.
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I especially particularly appreciate the way in which you critical while still recognizing the value of what NPR is trying to do. Two questions and a suggestion :. Have you shared your analysis with NPR? Like any organization comprised of fallible human beings, NPR has yet to achieve perfection. Not on the basis of any issues with their news production, but because I find radio and TV to be too slow-to-consume to be useful to me personally.
The answer to your first question is yes. The monocultural nature of most newsrooms on left and right make it very likely that localized common knowledge effects will steer people in the direction of thinking their opinions to be self-evident — equivalent to fact. In other words, we start to think that our judgments and analyses are as well-supported as facts and belong in news, even if we are otherwise trying our best to isolate that kind of content.
Clearer segmentation would still be a step in the right direction. Because to me your line implies that there is roughly an even amount of newsrooms that are as right as on the left. Yet the actual ratio has got to be way higher slanted to the Left. SO, why not just call a spade a spade Rusty?
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