PILLOWERY PARK is a unique ecofriendly house designed and built in 2000 and is now run as a B&B. It stands in a quiet lane with outstanding views across Bideford Bay and the lovely Devon countryside. A 20 minutes walk across the fields takes you to the pretty cobbled streets of the timeless village of Clovelly.
You can be assured of a restful stay in comfortable surroundings.There is an under floor heating system with extra radiators in the shower rooms. Both the hot and cold are full mains pressure so the showers are wonderful even with the water saving ecocamel shower heads. Solar panels preheat the water and the toilets are flushed with a separate rainwater system.
The internal décor and fittings are of a high standard. All rooms have Freeview TV, WiFi connection, tea and coffee tray with wine glasses and opener. Also there is a hairdryer and an alarm clock radio. There is plenty of parking on our property at the front of the house and there is a baby grand piano in the dining room which guests are encouraged to play.
The accommodation consists of - One double bedded room with an ensuite shower room and views across the fields to the Bristol Channel, Bideford bay and Wales [on a good day!] and Two twin bedded rooms, both with separate private shower rooms, 1 room has sea views and both have views across the unspoilt Devon countryside.
Environmental StatementAll goods that can be recycled are, such as newspapers etc, cardboard, waxed drink containers, glass and plastic bottles, foil, and waste food.
Breakfasts are cooked to order thereby reducing waste. The televisions and computers are turned of at the mains when idle.
The showers are mains pressure and quantity but have "Ecocamel" shower heads which reduce the water useage by over 40% but still give an invigorating shower.
Mains water usage is also reduced by a separate rainwater collection system used to flush the toilets.
The whole house, being of timber fame construction, is highly insulated. with double glazed timber windows
The hot water is pre-heated by solar panels. The underfloor heating runs at a lower temperature than a radiator system and all rooms are zone controlled.
The majority and light fittings are of the low energy type [all of those on overnight are].