Dolton, Winkleigh, Devon, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Dolton, Winkleigh

Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceThe holiday lodge is located at Jubilee Park Farm - a 50 acre grassland farm deep in the wild countryside of beautiful Devon. From the top field there are stunning views towards Winkleigh and on to Dartmoor. This is a nature lovers paradise with a huge variety of wildlife and birds including barn owls, buzzards and snipe. The air is crisp and the skies are huge. If you're looking for the razzmatazz of a holiday resort then this is probably not the spot for you - but if you'd like to get away from it all, reconnect to nature, have your own piece of Devon sky - and relax in the evening with a good book - this is your holiday! Guest AccessGuided tours of the farm available at animal feeding times. Winkleigh is a great location in the heart of rural Devon giving easy access to both the north and south coast as well as Dartmoor and Exmoor. Interaction with GuestsThis is a place to get away from the busy-ness of every day life. We respect the privacy of guests and hope to provide a stress free place to unwind. As this is a grassland farm raising animals there is always someone available on site and our children will probably come to say hello. The NeighborhoodJubilee Park Farm is situated one mile away from Stafford Moor Fishery, four miles from Iddesleigh and close to the Tarka Trail for cyclists and walkers. Getting AroundThe nearest train station is Eggesford (6 miles). The nearest bus stop is Winkleigh (2 miles). Both train and bus provide access to Exeter and Barnstaple. Other Things to NoteThis is a place to get away from it all. To create an environment where families can reconnect with one another and enjoy spending time together we do not provide television or internet access in the lodge.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
Accommodation has great charm and character throughout including many exposed beams and stripped pine latched doors. Two attractive bedrooms - double and further compact double bedded room. Landing with fitted wardrobe. Bathroom/wc with hand held shower attachment. Good sized and very comfortably furnished living room with woodburner in Inglenook fireplace, beamed ceiling, leather suite, TV and DVD. Attractive beamed dining room with pine table and dresser. Cosy and comfortable sun room with comfy seating for 2. Fitted kitchen with elec cooker and microwave. Attractive, fully enclosed lawned front garden with patio and garden furniture. Unrestricted roadside parking.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
11 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Shippon is the ground floor apartment in The Old Stable. The front door is accessed over cobbles and there are two steps up to the door. The door opens into the main living area of the apartment. To the right is the kitchen, which is well equipped and offers a four ring electric hob, electric oven, fridge and dishwasher, microwave oven and plenty of kitchen cupboards. You will find a supply of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar and milk in the fridge on your arrival. There are also essential herbs, spices and oil. There is a sofa bed in the sitting area (which can be used for one adult or two small children), TV with Freeview, DVD player and a dining table, which will seat four. Leading off to the right of the main living area is a separate double bedroom, with double bed. A hairdryer is provided. Children over the age of 10 years are welcome. To the left of the main area is a shower room, separate toilet and utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer. Soap and shower wash are provided for your arrival. The apartment is centrally heated during the chillier months and bed linen and towels are included. Free WiFi. Guest AccessOutside the front door is a shared garden for both apartments to enjoy, although The Hayloft does have its own first floor patio area. The Greenhouse Spa offers a cedar hot tub and sauna for 2 people and the services of a beautician. This is a shared facility for all guests, with private times for each apartment. There is internal access to the apartment above, so both apartments can be let together. Both apartments can lock access to the other apartment. There is a cupboard at the top of the stairs where you can access ironing and cleaning facilities should you need them and some garden games and board games in the spa. Parking adjacent to the Old Stable. Interaction with GuestsThe owners live next door in the The Old Vicarage, so will be there to greet you and will be around, at most times, should you need anything during your stay. The NeighborhoodDowland is a small hamlet set in beautiful, unspoilt Devon countryside, looking south towards the northern end of Dartmoor; a perfect venue for a relaxing break or for exploring nearby villages, Dartmoor, Exmoor, RHS Rosemoor and the coastlines of Devon and Cornwall. The Old Stable is situated on the Tarka Trail, a 180 mile long trail that follows in the footsteps of the character Tarka the Otter from Henry Williamson’s famous novel. The Trail splits into 2 loops and we are situated on the South Loop. Also nearby are three Devon Wildlife Reserves, Halsdon, Meeth Quarry, and Ash Moor, which offer some spectacular woodland, river and meadow walks. The area is a walkers paradise. Halsdon Wood offers a walk which takes you to sites which inspired some of James Ravilious' best-known photographs. James Ravilious took more than seventy thousand images before his death in 1999 and these can be seen at the Beaford Arts archive, a short drive away at Beaford. The Royal Photographic Society called his work “a unique body of work, unparalleled at least in this country for its scale and quality”. Although the setting is rural and quiet we can offer some wonderful places to eat and visit. Dolton, a mile away to the north, has a small supermarket and post office, butchers and two good pubs, The Rams Head and The Royal Oak. A mile to the south you can find The Duke of York in Iddesleigh, home to Michael Morpurgo's War Horse Valley, another great pub serving good food. Mid Devon is a quiet, peaceful and very unspoilt part of the country, where you can wander along the narrow Devon lanes and glimpse rural views through gateways. An area not yet commercialised or teeming with visitors and traffic, a reminder of ages past and a slower, less stressful, way of life. About a 45 minute drive from Exeter and less than an hour to the North Devon and Cornwall coastlines. The old Stable is well situated for exploring this wonderful part of Devon. The countryside location is very rural and peaceful. Getting AroundYou will definitely need your own transport to get around. Other Things to NoteWe do accept short breaks throughout the year, with a minimum of 2 nights. The Shippon can be booked on a self catering or breakfast hamper basis. If you choose the breakfast hamper option breakfast is taken in your apartment. We will ask you to order your initial breakfast hamper prior to your arrival for your first morning and again each morning of your stay before you go out. This will be brought over to your apartment in the evening for you to prepare and enjoy the next morning. Breakfast hampers are an additional cost @ £8.00 per person per night. If you wish to order breakfast hampers please just let us know and we will email you a special offer to include your breakfast.
caravan/mobile home
2br caravan/mobile home
    Comfortable, refurbished lodge located in its own corner of the farm. One double bedroom, one twin bedroom with room for a cot or "put you up", bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with washing machine, living room with dining area and gas central heating throughout. The farm is located deep in the wild countryside of rural England – the perfect antidote to life in the city. The holiday lodge is located at Jubilee Park Farm - a 50 acre grassland farm deep in the wild countryside of beautiful Devon. From the top field there are stunning views towards Winkleigh and on to Dartmoor. This is a nature lovers paradise with a huge variety of wildlife and birds including barn owls, buzzards and snipe. The air is crisp and the skies are huge. If you're looking for the razzmatazz of a holiday resort then this is probably not the spot for you - but if you'd like to get away from it all, reconnect to nature, have your own piece of Devon sky - and relax in the evening with a good book - this is your holiday! There will normally be an additional charge of £5 per night for heating fuel from November to April. Fishing available at Stafford Moor Fisheries (1 mile), the Fox & Hound, Eggesford (5 miles) and various locations on the Rivers Taw & Torridge. Close to the Tarka Trail for cycling and walking. The nearest villages of Winkleigh and Dolton have five unspoilt local pubs serving traditional English food. The Duke of York pub and restaurant at Iddesleigh is also a short drive away. Both villages have excellent convenience stores, post offices and fresh fish (Friday and Wednesday respectively). Supermarkets available at Great Torrington (Lidl), Okehampton (Waitrose, Lidl & Coop), Crediton (Tesco) and Barnstaple (Tesco, Sainsburys and Lidl). Iddesleigh the village featured in "The War Horse" only 5 miles away. Moortown Farm, the home of poet Laureate Ted Hughes, 0.5 miles away. Enjoy the countryside described in his "Moortown Diaries" collection of poems. Guests are welcome to wander around the farm and orchard and to help with feeding the animals. There are plenty of green lanes and the Tarka Trail for those who like walking or cycling. Fishing is available 1 mile away at Stafford Moor Fisheries. Beaches 40 mins. The farm is not on the national grid for electricity but we do have 24 hour supply.
    lodge
    3br lodge
      Spacious 3 bedroom 2 bathroom lodge in Bideford, Devon. Set in rural surroundings with two large lakes on site. Unlimited use of lakes to fish with every booking. Bars, restaurants, beaches, kids play areas all within a 10 minute drive from the lodge. Great site for surfers, keen fishers & families. Bideford, Devon is beautiful and Hartland Forest, is perfectly located. You can enjoy the peaceful and tranquil setting, whilst a 10/15 minute drive away will take you to the towns, restraunts, beaches, childrens play areas, adventure parks, outlet shopping centres, museums the list is endless! There is lots to do for all ages, and the site itself has two large fully stocked lakes. Excellent for keen fishers! Here at Orca Lodge, Hartland Forest, you really do have the best of both worlds!
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      23 reviews
      Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe Hayloft is the first floor apartment within The Old Stable. The apartment is accessed via outside metal stairs, so is not suitable for anyone who has difficulty with steps and is not suitable for small children. Children over the age of 10 years are welcome. The apartment is light and airy and open plan, with a high beamed ceiling and a separate small kitchen and separate shower room at one end. The kitchen has lovely views over the countryside towards the village of Dolton and is well equipped, offering a four ring electric hob, electric oven, fridge and washing machine/dryer. You will find a supply of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar and milk in the fridge on your arrival. There are also essential herbs, spices and oil. Soap and shower wash are provided for your arrival. On entering the apartment, the sleeping area is on your left. We can provide twin beds or a six foot double, depending on your needs. A hairdryer is provided. A sitting area with sofa, a comfortable bean bag, TV with Freeview and a DVD player. A dining table, which will seat four, completes the main living area. The apartment is centrally heated during the chillier months and bed linen and towels are included. Free WiFi. Guest AccessOutside the front door is a first floor, tiled patio area, with garden furniture for the summer months. There is also a shared garden adjacent to The Old Stable for both apartments to enjoy. The Greenhouse Spa offers a cedar hot tub and sauna for 2 people and the services of a beautician. This is a shared facility for all guests, with private times for each apartment. No pets in this apartment. No smoking. There is internal access to the apartment below, so both apartments can be let together. Both apartments can lock access to the other apartment. There is a cupboard at the top of the stairs where you can access ironing and cleaning facilities should you need them. A selection of garden and indoor board games can be found in the spa. Parking adjacent to The Old Stable. Interaction with GuestsThe owners live next door in the The Old Vicarage, so will be there to greet you and will be around, at most times, should you need anything during your stay. The NeighborhoodDowland is a small hamlet set in beautiful, rural, unspoilt Mid Devon countryside, looking south towards the Northern end of Dartmoor; a perfect venue for a relaxing break or for exploring nearby villages, Dartmoor, Exmoor, RHS Rosemoor and the coastlines of Devon and Cornwall. The Old Stable is situated on the Tarka Trail, a 180 mile long trail that follows in the footsteps of the character Tarka the Otter from Henry Williamson’s famous novel. The Trail splits into 2 loops and we are situated on the South Loop. Also nearby are three Devon Wildlife Reserves, Halsdon, Meeth Quarry, and Ash Moor, which offer some spectacular woodland, river and meadow walks. The area is a walkers paradise. Halsdon Wood offers a walk which takes you to sites which inspired some of James Ravilious' best-known photographs. James Ravilious took more than seventy thousand images before his death in 1999 and these can be seen at the Beaford Arts archive, a short drive away at Beaford. The Royal Photographic Society called his work “a unique body of work, unparalleled at least in this country for its scale and quality”. Although the setting is rural and quiet we can offer some wonderful places to eat and visit. Dolton, a mile away to the north, has a small supermarket and post office, butchers and two good pubs, The Rams Head and The Royal Oak. A mile to the south you can find The Duke of York in Iddesleigh, home to Michael Morpurgo's War Horse Valley, another great pub serving good food. Mid Devon is a quiet, peaceful and very unspoilt part of the country, where you can wander along the narrow Devon lanes and glimpse rural views through gateways. An area not yet commercialised or teeming with visitors and traffic, a reminder of ages past and a slower, less stressful, way of life. About a 45 minute drive from Exeter and less than an hour to the North Devon and Cornwall coastlines. The old Stable is well situated for exploring this wonderful part of Devon. The countryside location is very rural and peaceful. Getting AroundOur apartments are in a very rural setting so you will definitely need your own transport to get around. Other Things to NoteWe do accept short breaks throughout the year, with a minimum of 2 nights. The Hayloft can be booked on a self catering or breakfast hamper basis. If you choose the breakfast hamper option breakfast is taken in your apartment and must be ordered at the time of your booking. We will ask you to order your initial breakfast hamper prior to your arrival for your first morning and again each morning of your stay before you go out. This will be brought over to your apartment in the evening for you to prepare and enjoy the next morning. Breakfast hampers are an additional cost @ £8.00 per person per night. If you wish to order breakfast hampers please just let us know and we will email you a special offer to include your breakfast.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceHomelea is a 400 year old Grade 2 listed cob and thatch cottage with a walled garden, and set in a conservation village. It has many wonderful original features, and benefits from a newly fitted kitchen and bathroom. Upon entering the property, you find the original central staircase. (Note: the stairs are steep, so unsuitable for those with mobility issues.) To the left is the sitting room, with logburner, and free view TV and DVD player. To the right of the stairs is the dining room/family room with a log burner. A large dining table easily accommodates eight diners. Adjacent is the kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, dishwasher and microwave. A utility room houses the washing machine and tumble dryer. To the exterior is a delightful walled garden with apple trees, and patio area (with garden furniture) and a separate annexe which is presently the play room (which can accommodate two guests in a daybed that converts to a 6ft bed if required). Upstairs, there are 3 bedrooms: Master with king size bed; second bedroom with single bed (with pull-out trundle that can be made up if required); and third single room. The family bathroom is also situated upstairs, with a power shower over the bath. There is a driveway suitable for a small car, with additional parking on The Square a few steps away. Homelea is our family home, but we are often away on the weekends so thought it the perfect opportunity for others to share some of the things we love about Devon life. The NeighborhoodDolton is a small village and civil parish in the Torridge District of Devon, in the South West of England and is the quintessential Devon village with two local pubs, butchers, local shop and church. It is perfectly located along the Tarka Trail and is an ideal base for exploring Devon. Within walking distance is Halsdon Nature reserve, with walks along the Torridge. The roads surrounding Dolton are perfect for road cycling, or you can cycle the Tarka Trail from nearby Meeth all the way to Braunton. The delightful beaches of North Devon are easily accessible: Bude (45 mins drive), Saunton and Croyde (40 mins drive) and Instow (30 mins), as well as Lynton and Lynmouth (60mins drive). The seapool at Bude is well worth a visit! Can recommend the surf lessons at Saunton sands. The sand dunes at Braunton Burrows are a particularly awesome sight and make a great day out. Dolton is midway between both Exmoor and Dartmoor, with stunning walks and views at both. For further afield, the National Marine Aquarium at Plymouth (1.5hrs drive) makes for a fascinating day out, as does the Eden Project. Getting AroundThere are bus stops within the village. Trains go from Barnstaple and Exeter directly onto the mainline to London and Bristol. Other Things to NotePlease note: we are only able to accept minimum 7 nights (1 week) booking during the summer. Changeover date can be flexible, however.
      house
      9br house
        Farms for City Children is a well-known charity established by 'War Horse' author, Michael Morpurgo, 39 years ago (it has been Helpful Holidays' annual charity many times). Whilst very full during term time, its house is available to holidaymakers in the school holidays. Nethercott is a big Victorian house with substantial south-facing lawns with unfenced drop, views to Dartmoor and gardens with easy access to the Okement and Torridge rivers and the Tarka Trail. At the back, a cobbled courtyard, stables and farm buildings, and large, productive walled vegetable garden - fresh veg and fruit in season can be selected and will be picked for you to order. The accommodation is basic, the house huge and spacious. Ground floor: large Victorian tiled hall; downstairs loo; bay-windowed living room with woodburner; large, wooden-floored, part-panelled, bay-windowed dining room with plenty of tables/chairs; kitchen with 4-door Aga, electric cooker, microwave, fridge; pantry with marble shelves, worktops, freezers, storage space; side door to courtyard and back stairs to first/second floor; games room - formerly the carriage house - with table tennis and table football; boot room; utility room outside with three washing machines. Back door to walled garden. Fine formal oakstaircase to first floor and eight bedrooms (bunk beds are 2’6"): Burrow - four bunk beds with en suite bathroom (suite) Bridgetown - three bunk beds Parsonage - four bunk beds with en suite looTorridge - four bunk beds Candlelight - five bunk beds All these five bedrooms have lovely views over the garden and fields as far as Dartmoor. At the back, overlooking the courtyard and stables: Langlands - single room with en suite shower-room (suite) Okement - twin room Paradise - twin room Three shower-rooms (suites). Stairs up to the second floor:the whole of the top floor with, of course, the best views - the art/workroom - a bright modern room, pine floor, plenty of light and, leading off it, a double bedroom. Loo on landing. So that’s nine bedrooms, four shower-rooms, two bathrooms, four separate loos. No TV. Damages Deposit £300. Arrival after 4pm. This is a great place for large family gatherings and celebrations.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, cot, views, countryside views, on a farm, open fire or woodburner, travel cot, detached, consider sb, farm help. Iddesleigh: little, mainly thatched village (famous and excellent good food pub) in wooded farmland about 3½ miles from Hatherleigh (lively and attractive small farming town with good pubs, market and cricket team). Lots of footpaths (including the Tarka Trail) round about. River Torridge (fishing), 1½ miles away; the sea at Bude, about 27 miles. Farms for City Children is a well-known charity established by 'War Horse' author, Michael Morpurgo, 39 years ago (it has been Helpful Holidays' annual charity many times). Whilst very full during term time, its house is available to holidaymakers in the school holidays. Nethercott is a big Victorian house with substantial south-facing lawns with unfenced drop, views to Dartmoor and gardens with easy access to the Okement and Torridge rivers and the Tarka Trail. At the back, a cobbled courtyard, stables and farm buildings, and large, productive walled vegetable garden - fresh veg and fruit in season can be selected and will be picked for you to order. The accommodation is basic, the house huge and spacious. Ground floor: large Victorian tiled hall; downstairs loo; bay-windowed living room with woodburner; large, wooden-floored, part-panelled, bay-windowed dining room with plenty of tables/chairs; kitchen with 4-door Aga, electric cooker, microwave, fridge; pantry with marble shelves, worktops, freezers, storage space; side door to courtyard and back stairs to first/second floor; games room - formerly the carriage house - with table tennis and table football; boot room; utility room outside with three washing machines. Back door to walled garden. Fine formal oakstaircase to first floor and eight bedrooms (bunk beds are 2’6"): Burrow - four bunk beds with en suite bathroom (suite) Bridgetown - three bunk beds Parsonage - four bunk beds with en suite looTorridge - four bunk beds Candlelight - five bunk beds All these five bedrooms have lovely views over the garden and fields as far as Dartmoor. At the back, overlooking the courtyard and stables: Langlands - single room with en suite shower-room (suite) Okement - twin room Paradise - twin room Three shower-rooms (suites). Stairs up to the second floor:the whole of the top floor with, of course, the best views - the art/workroom - a bright modern room, pine floor, plenty of light and, leading off it, a double bedroom. Loo on landing. So that’s nine bedrooms, four shower-rooms, two bathrooms, four separate loos. No TV. Damages Deposit £300. Arrival after 4pm. This is a great place for large family gatherings and celebrations.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, cot, views, countryside views, on a farm, open fire or woodburner, travel cot, detached, consider sb, farm help.
        Cottage
        2br Cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Set within 16 acres of glorious North Devon countryside, The Chapel is the idea place to come and unwind from the stresses and strains of daily life. The Chapel is an annex of the main house which is a former Rectory so there is a wealth of character and stunning features including a 45 ft living room with its own stained glass window. The Chapel has its own private gated cobbled courtyard with outside fire and wonderful alfresco dining area with bbq facilities. Inside there is a country kitchen with cream units and oak wooden worktops - ceramic hob and oven and a large kitchen/dining table. There is a stunning downstairs double bedroom (can be made into a twin) with a view overlooking the courtyard. (Please note the bathroom is upstairs). Upstairs there is another beautiful double bedroom with oak beams also overlooking courtyard. There is a huge bathroom with a roll top bath, shower with rain head, his and her's wash hand basins and loo with oak wooden seat. Finally there is a 45ft living room with beams, a wood burner and a stunning feature stained glass window along with two sofas (one is a double sofa bed) and two armchairs to relax after a day out exploring. It has a large digital TV, music system, Wi-fi access and games and books to read and relax with. The Chapel is ideal for couples who are looking for a romantic break and want to get away from it all. It is also the ideal location for exploring the South West as you are equi-distant from Exmoor and Dartmoor and Exeter is only 40 mins away. The nearest beach is at Instow (14 miles) offering a great selection of eateries and a stunning deli. Watersports such as kite surfing and surfing can be found at Westward Ho or Saunton Sands, Croyde and Putsborough. Golf can be found at Libberton Golf Course near High Bickenton (12 mins) or at High Bullen Hotel (25 mins) - they also have amazing leisure facilities including pool, sauna/steam and gym. Tennis can be played in the village of Beaford (20 min walk/2 min drive) and arranged through the owner. There is a number of great places to eat out within a 8 mile radius such as The Rams Head in Dolton, The New Inn in Roborough, The Duke of York in Iddesleigh (home of Michael Murpurgo), The Malt Scoop in Merton along with Thai, Indian, Fish & Chips and Chinese restaurants in Great Torrington - booking in advance is always advised.
        Cottage
        1br Cottage
          The Old Granary is the perfect peaceful Devon retreat a place to recharge your batteries, relax with a glass of wine & a good book take long walks in the lush green country side. Wander up to the local inn for a meal & real ale or snuggle up by the log burner for a quiet evening in. If you feel more energetic it is the ideal place to explore the rest of Devon & all it has to offer.Surfing beaches on the north coast pretty villages & quaint seaside towns to the south. Cornwalls attractions are within easy reach too. Cycle the Tarka trail. Visit historic stately homes & gardens.
          Cottage
          Excellent
          10 reviews
          4br Cottage
            We offer cottage holidays on an organic sheep farm set in the stunning Devon countryside with large gardens, fields and woods and free coarse fishing on our well-stocked lake. We have well equipped cottages, each individually designed, with its own garden and sharing an indoor heated swimming pool, which is open all year. We have 2 cottages to suit a variety of families or groups. Alternatively take both properties sleeping up to 14. Ideal for family reunions and special events. We can also provide an excellent caterer for prepared meals and special dinners. Enjoy peace and quiet amongst our gardens, fields and woods. Get close to nature with our organic pastures, pure air and a wealth of wildlife. Explore our woodland walk, fish or relax beside the stocked fishing lake or meet our friendly farm animals and pets. For children there is a play area with a slide, seesaw, swings and a trampoline. We are ideally placed to reach the sea, from sandy beaches, surf at Croyde or Saunton, to rocky coves or old fishing harbours such as the world famous Clovelly. The beaches in North Devon are amongst the best in England and the area has been recognized as having environmental importance and has been delegated a UNESCO Biosphere reserve. There are countless walks to explore from the farm and we are minutes away from the Tarka Trail, ideal for walking or cycling. There are a wealth of beautiful historic houses and gardens to visit nearby and numerous family attractions to enjoy. We are situated between the Moors, making it easy to explore the depths of Dartmoor or Exmoor and the pretty villages that are scattered around the area. As well as farming organically we try to be as environmentally friendly as possible and generate our own renewable energy from our wood boiler and solar panels.
            Cottage
            Excellent
            4 reviews
            2br Cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            We offer cottage holidays on an organic sheep farm set in the stunning Devon countryside with large gardens, fields and woods and free coarse fishing on our well-stocked lake. We have well equipped cottages, each individually designed, with its own garden and sharing an indoor heated swimming pool, which is open all year. We have 2 cottages to suit a variety of families or groups. Alternatively take both properties sleeping up to 14. Ideal for family reunions and special events. We can also provide an excellent caterer for prepared meals and special dinners.Enjoy peace and quiet among our gardens, fields and woods. Get close to nature with our organic pastures, pure air and a wealth of wildlife. Explore our woodland walk, fish or relax beside the stocked fishing lake or meet our friendly farm animals and pets. For children there is a play area with a slide, seesaw, swings and a trampoline or meet our friendly horse.We are ideally placed to reach the sea, from sandy beaches, surf at Croyde or Saunton, to rocky coves or old fishing harbours such as the world famous Clovelly. The beaches in North Devon are among the best in England and the area has been recognized as having environmental importance and has been delegated a UNESCO Biosphere reserve.There are countless walks to explore from the farm and we are minutes away from the Tarka Trail, ideal for walking or cycling. There are a wealth of beautiful historic houses and gardens to visit nearby and numerous family attractions to enjoy.We are situated between the Moors, making it easy to explore the depths of Dartmoor or Exmoor and the pretty villages that are scattered around the area. As well as farming organically we try to be as environmentally friendly as possible and generate our own renewable energy from our wood boiler and solar panels.
            Hotel
            2br Hotel
              Comfortable, refurbished lodge located in its own corner of the farm. One double bedroom, one twin bedroom with room for a cot or "put you up", bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with washing machine, living room with dining area and gas central heating throughout. The farm is located deep in the wild countryside of rural England – the perfect antidote to life in the city. The holiday lodge is located at Jubilee Park Farm - a 50 acre grassland farm deep in the wild countryside of beautiful Devon. From the top field there are stunning views towards Winkleigh and on to Dartmoor. This is a nature lovers paradise with a huge variety of wildlife and birds including barn owls, buzzards and snipe. The air is crisp and the skies are huge. If you're looking for the razzmatazz of a holiday resort then this is probably not the spot for you - but if you'd like to get away from it all, reconnect to nature, have your own piece of Devon sky - and relax in the evening with a good book - this is your holiday!
              Hotel
              3br Hotel
                Spacious 3 bedroom 2 bathroom lodge in Bideford, Devon. Set in rural surroundings with two large lakes on site. Unlimited use of lakes to fish with every booking. Bars, restaurants, beaches, kids play areas all within a 10 minute drive from the lodge. Great site for surfers, keen fishers & families.
                Home/Apartment
                1br Home/Apartment
                  The Shippon is the ground floor apartment in The Old Stable. The front door is accessed over cobbles and there are two steps up to the door. The door opens into the main living area of the apartment. To the right is the kitchen, which is well equipped and offers a four ring electric hob, electric oven, fridge and dishwasher, with plenty of kitchen cupboards. You will find a supply of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar and milk in the fridge on your arrival. There are also essential herbs, spices and oil. There is a sofa bed in the sitting area (which can be used for one adult or two small children), TV with Freeview and a dining table, which will seat four. Children over the age of 10 years are welcome. Leading off to the right of the main living area is a separate double bedroom, with double bed. A hairdryer is provided. To the left of the main area is a shower room, separate toilet and utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer. Soap and shower wash are provided for your arrival. The apartment is centrally heated during the chillier months and bed linen and towels are included. Free WiFi. Outside the front door is a shared garden for both apartments to enjoy, although The Hayloft does have its own first floor patio area. The Greenhouse Spa offers a cedar hot tub and sauna for 2 people and the services of a beautician. This is a shared facility for all guests, with private times for each apartment. No pets in this apartment. No smoking. Dustbin and recycling boxes can be found by the garden gate into the owners' back garden. There is internal access to the apartment above, so both apartments can be let together. Both apartments can lock access to the other apartment. There is a cupboard at the top of the stairs where you can access ironing and cleaning facilities should you need them and board games at the bottom of the stairs. Parking adjacent to the Old Stable.
                  Home/Apartment
                  1br Home/Apartment
                    The Hayloft is the first floor apartment within The Old Stable. The apartment is accessed via outside metal stairs, so is not suitable for anyone who has difficulty with steps and is not suitable for small children. Children over the age of 10 years are welcome. The apartment is light and airy and open plan, with a high beamed ceiling and a separate small kitchen and separate shower room at one end. The kitchen has lovely views over the countryside towards the village of Dolton and is well equipped, offering a four ring electric hob, electric oven, fridge and washing machine/dryer. You will find a supply of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar and milk in the fridge on your arrival. There are also essential herbs, spices and oil. Soap and shower wash are provided for your arrival. On entering the apartment, the sleeping area is on your left. We can provide twin beds or a six foot double, depending on your needs. A hairdryer is provided. A sitting area with sofa bed and a comfortable bean bag, TV with Freeview and a DAB radio with iPod dock. A dining table, which will seat four, completes the main living area. The apartment is centrally heated during the chillier months and bed linen and towels are included. Free WiFi. Outside the front door is a first floor, tiled patio area, with garden furniture for the summer months. There is also a shared garden adjacent to The Old Stable for both apartments to enjoy. The Greenhouse Spa offers a cedar hot tub and sauna for 2 people and the services of a beautician. This is a shared facility for all guests, with private times for each apartment. No pets in this apartment. No smoking. There is internal access to the apartment below, so both apartments can be let together. Both apartments can lock access to the other apartment. There is a cupboard at the top of the stairs where you can access ironing and cleaning facilities should you need them and board games at the bottom of the stairs. Parking adjacent to The Old Stable. The owners live next door in the The Old Vicarage, so will be there to greet you and will be around, at most times, should you need anything during your stay. You will need your own transport to get around. Our main changeover day is Saturday. We accept short breaks all year, with a minimum of 2 nights stay.
                    Home/Apartment
                    9br Home/Apartment
                      Farms for City Children is a well-known charity established by 'War Horse' author, Michael Morpurgo, 39 years ago (it has been Helpful Holidays' annual charity many times). Whilst very full during term time, its house is available to holidaymakers in the school holidays. Nethercott is a big Victorian house with substantial south-facing lawns with unfenced drop, views to Dartmoor and gardens with easy access to the Okement and Torridge rivers and the Tarka Trail. At the back, a cobbled courtyard, stables and farm buildings, and large, productive walled vegetable garden - fresh veg and fruit in season can be selected and will be picked for you to order. The accommodation is basic, the house huge and spacious. Ground floor: large Victorian tiled hall; downstairs loo; bay-windowed living room with woodburner; large, wooden-floored, part-panelled, bay-windowed dining room with plenty of tables/chairs; kitchen with 4-door Aga, electric cooker, microwave, fridge; pantry with marble shelves, worktops, freezers, storage space; side door to courtyard and back stairs to first/second floor; games room - formerly the carriage house - with table tennis and table football; boot room; utility room outside with three washing machines. Back door to walled garden. Fine formal oakstaircase to first floor and eight bedrooms (bunk beds are 2’6"): Burrow - four bunk beds with en suite bathroom (suite) Bridgetown - three bunk beds Parsonage - four bunk beds with en suite looTorridge - four bunk beds Candlelight - five bunk beds All these five bedrooms have lovely views over the garden and fields as far as Dartmoor. At the back, overlooking the courtyard and stables: Langlands - single room with en suite shower-room (suite) Okement - twin room Paradise - twin room Three shower-rooms (suites). Stairs up to the second floor:the whole of the top floor with, of course, the best views - the art/workroom - a bright modern room, pine floor, plenty of light and, leading off it, a double bedroom. Loo on landing. So that’s nine bedrooms, four shower-rooms, two bathrooms, four separate loos. No TV. Damages Deposit £300. Arrival after 4pm. This is a great place for large family gatherings and celebrations.Please note these are 2017 property details; there may be differences when booking for 2016 please check with Helpful Holidays Additional amenities include: game room, cot, views, countryside views, on a farm, open fire or woodburner, travel cot, detached, consider sb, farm help.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe Chapel is an amazingly peaceful space. It has a huge double heighted ceiling in the main living room which is ideal for playing some music and relaxing. There is a small door that leads to the courtyard where we provide a bbq and chimenea so you can enjoy the night sky. Interaction with GuestsWe will be more than happy to help you with anything you need during your stay but understand after a long journey you need to unwind so we can help you get in and relax and we can go over anything else you need in due course. We have free range eggs available and a variety of fresh veg and salad stuff which we are happy for you to purchase at a very low cost. If you wish total privacy then we are happy to leave you in peace. The NeighborhoodWe are located in a superb location for everything North Devon offers. You can choose to visit the coast or Exmoor and Dartmoor, all of which offer an amazing range of places to eat and drink plus things to do and take part in. We are more than happy to advise and help you plan your journeys each day should you wish it. We have lots of great places to eat closer to home or we can advise you of our local markets which run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays so you can come back and cook up a storm on the bbq! Getting AroundYou will need a car for getting around these parts however if you wish to cycle then we are happy to pick up from our local station Umberleigh - on the main line from Exeter and assist you back to The Chapel. We are 45 minutes from Exeter Aiport where you can hire a car and have the freedom to explore the area.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2 reviews
                      4br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe cottage is very spacious and light with beams, two inglenook fireplaces and a farmhouse kitchen with Aga. There's a large entrance hall, dining room, study, sitting room, utility room and downstairs family bathroom. Upstairs a spacious main bedroom with double bed overlooks the garden and has a large ensuite , two spacious doubles with brass beds and each with a handbasin and a small bedroom with 4ft french double bed. There is also an upstairs lavatory in the hall. The pretty rear garden has a terrace, vine covered for outside dining and a lawn with shrubs and flower borders , a barbecue area and summer house. There is also a pond with fish so toddlers and small children should always be accompanied outside. Parking is nearby in the square and is free. You may park outside to unload cases. Guest AccessFor entire cottage access to all rooms and garden. Interaction with GuestsFor bed and breakfast guests all year round I can offer two comfortable double rooms with tv and tea/coffee making facilities and a hearty breakfast. WiFi is also available. Please contact me if you would like only a bed and breakfast room at £60 per double room on a nightly basis to include breakfast. Both pubs offer excellent food and are only 100m away. The NeighborhoodMead Cottage is in the very heart of the village near the church and square with many other thatched cottages. The village is very pretty and friendly with two good pubs serving food and entertainment, a great village stores, post office and butchers. There is also a childrens playground. Getting AroundWe are close to many wonderful walks, Halsden woods and the river Torridge and a short drive to RHS Rosemoor and the Tarka trail. Bideford, Appledore and Westward Ho! for surfing are also a short drive away. Fishing at Stafford fisheries close by. A little further afield is Bude, the lovely cathedral city of Exeter, 50 mins and Castle Drogo, Fingel's bridge and Dartmoor only 25 mins. We also have a regular bus service. Other Things to NoteClaude, my elderly french cat, resides at Mead cottage and comes and goes through his cat flap. If you are booking the whole cottage in the holiday season then he will be in residence. He's very friendly, extremely deaf and spends most of the time asleep in the shed but would like to be fed twice a day if you would be so kind. Food provided.
                      Home/Apartment
                      Excellent
                      10 reviews
                      1br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceZingaro Wagon sits at the end of the garden of The Old Stable apartments in its own quiet private garden space. Children are welcome and the wagon is best suited for a couple or a family with one or two small children.The wagon is made by Barrel Top Wagons, a local business, who make solid, unique timber wagons and lodges and offer a bespoke carpentry service using locally grown timber to deliver beautiful, original designs. Their wooden caravans are more substantial than shepherds huts and gypsy wagons and we know our visitors will love it! This is luxury glamping. We do accept short breaks throughout the year, with a minimum of 2 nights. About 10 metres from the wagon is The Greenhouse Spa, where you will find your shower and next to this a separate, toilet. The shower has its own outside entrance and is for the use of Zingaro guests only. The spa offers a two person cedar hot tub and sauna and we can also offer the services of a local beautician if you fancy some pampering and relaxation during your stay. Zingaro is a beautiful, peaceful and unique space. No pets in the wagon. No smoking. Dustbin and recycling boxes can be found by the garden gate into the owners' back garden. Parking adjacent to the Old Stable Apartments. Guest AccessEnter the wagon via some wooden steps and onto a small wooden balcony and through the large glass sliding doors. The interior is open plan with the simple kitchen as you walk in. There are plenty of shelves for food, with crockery and kitchen equipment for four guests and a microwave oven on one side and on the other a two ring gas hob, small fridge/freezer worktop and a kitchen sink. There is hot and cold running running water. We leave tea, coffee, sugar and hot chocolate to welcome your arrival along with some milk in the fridge. There are also essential herbs, spices and oil. At the far end of the wagon is the living/sleeping area. Room to hang and shelves to place your clothes and wooden steps up to the double bed on the mezzanine area above the dining/sitting area. The sitting area below the bed has a table and side benches to sit 4 people, which will turn into another double bed if needed. Here there is a small flat screen Freeview TV on the wall. The wagon has electricity and free WiFi. Between the kitchen area and the living area is a wood burning stove (caution with small children) with kindling and logs provided for the chillier months. The whole wagon is insulated with wool, so it is beautifully cosy at all times. Bed linen and towels are included (linen for the double bed above the dining area and sleeping bags for the bed in the dining area). Purple towels are provided for use in the spa. Interaction with GuestsThe owners live next door in the The Old Vicarage, so will be there to greet you and will be around, at most times, should you need anything during your stay. The NeighborhoodDowland is a small hamlet set in beautiful, rural, unspoilt Mid Devon countryside, looking south towards the Northern end of Dartmoor; a perfect venue for a relaxing break or for exploring nearby villages, Dartmoor, Exmoor, RHS Rosemoor and the coastlines of Devon and Cornwall. The Old Stable is situated on the Tarka Trail, a 180 mile long trail that follows in the footsteps of the character Tarka the Otter from Henry Williamson’s famous novel. The Trail splits into 2 loops and we are situated on the South Loop. Also nearby are three Devon Wildlife Reserves, Halsdon, Meeth Quarry, and Ash Moor, which offer some spectacular woodland, river and meadow walks. The area is a walkers paradise. Halsdon Wood offers a walk which takes you to sites which inspired some of James Ravilious' best-known photographs. James Ravilious took more than seventy thousand images before his death in 1999 and these can be seen at the Beaford Arts archive, a short drive away at Beaford. The Royal Photographic Society called his work “a unique body of work, unparalleled at least in this country for its scale and quality”. Although the setting is rural and quiet we can offer some wonderful places to eat and visit. Dolton, a mile away to the north, has a small supermarket and post office, butchers and two good pubs, The Rams Head and The Royal Oak. A mile to the south you can find The Duke of York in Iddesleigh, home to Michael Morpurgo's War Horse Valley, another great pub serving good food. Mid Devon is a quiet, peaceful and very unspoilt part of the country, where you can wander along the narrow Devon lanes and glimpse rural views through gateways. An area not yet commercialised or teeming with visitors and traffic, a reminder of ages past and a slower, less stressful, way of life. About a 45 minute drive from Exeter and less than an hour to the North Devon and Cornwall coastlines. The old Stable is well situated for exploring this wonderful part of Devon. The countryside location is very rural and peaceful. Getting AroundZingaro Wagon is in a very rural setting so you will definitely need your own transport to get around. Other Things to NoteWe do accept short breaks throughout the year, with a minimum of 2 nights. Zingro Wagon can be booked on a self catering or breakfast hamper basis. If you choose the breakfast hamper option breakfast is taken in your apartment and must be ordered at the time of your booking. We will ask you to order your initial breakfast hamper prior to your arrival for your first morning and again each morning of your stay before you go out. This will be brought over to you in the evening for you to prepare and enjoy the next morning. Breakfast hampers are an additional cost @ £8.00 per person per night. If you wish to order breakfast hampers please just let us know and we will email you a special offer to include your breakfast.
                      Home/Apartment
                      Home/Apartment
                      • Parking
                      Interaction with GuestsWe are a working farm but are happy to help with any information that we can. We give you detailed information of opening times and phone numbers of the local shops,pubs and facilities and have leaflets and a local map to help you plan what to do on your stay. Getting AroundNearest bus services are 3 miles away in Winkleigh and Dolton and buses run to Barnstaple and Exeter. The nearest train station is 20 minutes drive away at Eggesford and is on the Barnstaple to Exeter line. Other Things to NoteFire basket - logs and kindling are provided at £5.00 per night.
                      Van
                      Van
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      Moonacre Farm is close to Dartmoor, the North Devon Coast, theTarka Trail, RHS Rosemoor. You’ll love our place because of our alpaca herd, our lake, the wildlife, the peace and tranquility, the views, sitting by the fire basket under a starlit sky. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families (with kids).
                      Farmhouse
                      3br Farmhouse
                        200 ACRES, ORGANIQUE DE TRAVAIL FERME, ANIMAUX COIN, AGNEAUX. HOT TUB ET ZONE DE JEU VISITE EN MARS ET AVRIL ET EXPÉRIENCE AGNELAGE AVEC NOTRE TROUPEAU DE 200 Texal X EWES date Cette charmante grange classé grade II vers les années 1450 et conserve beaucoup de ses caractéristiques d'origine avec poutres et pierres apparentes en bois. Il offre un hébergement haut de gamme de vacances et est situé dans 200 acres de terre avec des promenades forestières et divers animaux de la ferme. Le village de Iddesleigh est à 2 miles et offre le pub primé, le duc d'York, où Michael Morpurgo, auteur du film acclamé War Horse, a été inspiré pour écrire le livre assis devant le feu bavarder avec le Premier vétéran de la guerre mondiale et l'homme locale Wilfred Ellis. Si vous avez le temps de vous aventurer plus loin, il y a de nombreuses attractions locales dans un court trajet en voiture, y compris Dartmoor et Exmoor, avec Lynton et Lynmouth au nord, Exmouth et Sidmouth aux plages du sud et belle de Bude et Widemouth à l'ouest. Le Big Sheep, La Voie Lactée, RHS Rosemoor Gardens, la pêche au gros Stafford Moor et Dartington Crystal sont aussi une courte distance en voiture. Les cyclistes et les marcheurs sont aussi bien accueillis dans la région avec le célèbre sentier Tarka facilement accessibles et ferme promenades. Les installations de loisirs: spa privé dans le jardin clos. Jouer installations: les enfants peuvent profiter de l'aire de jeux avec balançoire, toboggan et mur d'escalade. Activités agricoles: vous serez les bienvenus pour aider dans les activités au jour le jour l'agriculture, il y a un coin d'animaux de compagnie où vous pouvez rencontrer les poneys et autres animaux. Cette propriété bien meublé offre trois chambres: 1 lit double avec salle de bains, 1 double qui peut être transformé en lits jumeaux sur demande, à la fois avec TV et TNT et 1 chambre superposés. Salle de bains: avec baignoire et douche. En bas WC. Salon / cuisine / salle à manger: avec TV, DVD, salut-fi, son surround intégré dans les portes de plafond et d'un patio donnant sur le jardin clos. Cuisine avec lave-linge / sèche-linge, lave-vaisselle, cuisinière, réfrigérateur et un petit congélateur et micro-ondes. Exterieur: zone de jardin avec bain à remous privé, barbecue et meubles de jardin. Services: parking pour 3 voitures. Linge de lit, électrique et chauffage central inclus. Wi-fi disponible. Regret pas fumer ou d'animaux. Sur demande 2 lits de voyage et 2 chaises hautes peuvent être fournis. Lieu: pub et commerces 2 miles. Aussi appartenant à ce propriétaire est Code de la propriété FURFA
                        Home/Apartment
                        6br Home/Apartment
                          LARGE DETACHED FARMHOUSE PERFECT FOR FAMILY GET TOGETHERS This impressive, partly thatched, listed farmhouse features a medieval entrance hall complete with the original wooden panels dating back to the 15th century. The farmhouse is found down a private drive in the hub of an organic working farm and retains many of its original features with stonework and wooden beams. The local village of Iddesleigh is 2 miles away and offers the award winning pub, The Duke of York, where Michael Morpurgo, the author of the acclaimed film War Horse, was first inspired to write the book sitting in front of the fire chatting with the First World War veteran and local man Wilfred Ellis. If you have time to venture further afield, there are many local attractions within a short drive including Dartmoor and Exmoor, with Lynton and Lynmouth to the north, Exmouth and Sidmouth to the south and lovely beaches of Bude and Widemouth to the west. The Big Sheep, The Milky Way, RHS Rosemoor Gardens, coarse fishing at Stafford Moor and Dartington Crystal are also a short drive. Cyclists and walkers are both well catered for in the area with the famous Tarka Trail within easy reach and farm walks. Leisure facilities: the patio area offers a private hot tub. Play facilities: children can enjoy the play area with swings, slide and climbing frame. The first-floor accommodation can be accessed by two staircases offering SIX bedrooms: all with TV, first staircase leads to large family bedroom with king-size and single bed, 1 twin room. 1 king-size with en-suite bath, shower and WC. This room is situated so that it can be accessed by both sides of the farmhouse via doors on each side of the room, these can be open or closed depending on your party make-up. The second staircase takes you to 1 master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite bathroom with P bath, shower over and WC and 1 further twin room. Downstairs you will find 1 large double (up one step) with quiet seating area, perfect for the elderly or those needing added accessibility. Bathroom: up the first staircase, with 3/4 bath, quadrant shower and WC. Up the second staircase opposite the twin room with bath, shower and WC. Downstairs large bathroom with large walk in shower and WC. Lounge: one step up into the first of 2 lounges, offering TV, DVD, cosy woodburner and patio door to the garden. Stone flagged second entrance/snug with PlayStation, books and games. The second lounge has TV, DVD and woodburner. First basket of logs provided for woodburners. Kitchen: large farmhouse room with feature Rayburn and range cooker, fridge/freezer and microwave. Utility room: with dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Outside: large enclosed garden and patio areas wrapping around the farmhouse with hot tub and children's play area, BBQ and garden furniture. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, towels, electric and central heating included. Internet access available. Regret no smoking in the property, however there is a small covered area in the courtyard at the back of the house for smokers. Regret no pets. Location: pub and shops 2 miles. Arrival: 4pm. Also owned by this Owner is Property Code 1450B
                          Home/Apartment
                          2br Home/Apartment
                          • Pets Allowed
                          COUNTRYSIDE SETTING, TREE BORDERED MEADOWS, DONKEY, CHICKENS, CATS AND DOG, SLEEPS 4+1 "Get away from it all" relax, unwind and soak up the peace and tranquillity of the unspoilt North Devon countryside in this charmingly restored property. Formerly built c1500 as a grain store and latterly with attached stabling for the working shire horses of the day, it has been tastefully and carefully converted to provide all the modern day conveniences and comforts whilst still retaining many of the original stone and beam features. This central rural country retreat in the heartland of Devon is set in a 15 acres, part stream bordered estate, surrounded by meadows, amidst trees and hedgerows that Devon is so known for, which in springtime are bedecked with wild primroses and violets. The location of this hidden gem offers relaxing surroundings and walks "far from the madding crowds" and, set midway between the wild expanses of Dartmoor and Exmoor and the rugged coastlines and sandy beaches of the North and South Devon coasts which makes it an ideal base to explore these along with all the other local popular attractions. Enjoy the local, beautiful gardens of RHS Rosemoor or try your skills at fishing, golf, horse riding and even flying, all of which are available locally and at the end of your day in the warmer months relax, recharge your batteries and plan your next day's adventures 'alfresco' style whilst enjoying views over the countryside. In the chillier months the woodburner provides a cosy romantic atmosphere in which to relax and catch up with some reading or simply chill with your favourite tipple. This detached period property offers TWO bedrooms: both with washbasins, 1 double with 4 poster bed, TV and Freeview in an upstairs apex-beamed room accessed either by an internal wrought-iron spiral staircase from the lounge, or external stone steps. 1 twin on the ground floor with wooden paddle style staircase to a galleried, quiet seating/play area with futon style chair bed (suitable for a child to sleep on). The snug is perfect for playing board games or chilling out with a good book. Shower room: upstairs and separate WC. Lounge/diner: with original beams and stonework, features woodburner (logs available - first basket free October - May only), TV, Freeview, DVD and large window overlooking the main courtyard. Kitchen: a stone archway leads to a modern and equipped kitchen with natural stone floor, fridge (with small freezer box), electric cooker, microwave, washer/dryer, hi-fi and many other extras. Outside: a stable door from the kitchen leads to a private garden with built-in BBQ, beyond this there are further gardens and a small lake with seating. Opposite the kitchen door is a gate leading directly onto tree bordered meadows. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, towels, electric and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking in the property. 1 medium-sized pet welcome. Additional info: upon your arrival a COMPLIMENTARY CREAM TEA awaits to welcome you at this delightfully converted 16th century granary. Location: pub and shop 4 miles, garage 2 miles. 
                          Home/Apartment
                          3br Home/Apartment
                          • Pets Allowed
                          CHARMING SEMI-DETACHED COTTAGE IN A VILLAGE LOCATION This cottage is full of charm and character, including exposed beams and a fireplace with woodburner. Set in the village of Beaford, why not enjoy some alfresco dining in the delightful cottage style enclosed garden. There are some lovely countryside walks to explore direct from the property as well as nearby Dartmoor and Exmoor with their rugged scenery and wildlife. Cyclists are well catered for in the area with the famous Tarka Trail within easy reach which can also be enjoyed by walkers, which has a few welcome watering holes along the way. You will be within easy reach of riding stables, coarse fishing at Stafford Moor, a 10 minute drive to RHS Rosemoor Gardens and a little further afield are family attractions such as The Big Sheep and The Milky Way. There are also long sandy surfing beaches to the north as well as sheltered coves to explore. The accommodation is approached via cottage style stairs which offers THREE bedrooms: 2 doubles and 1 bunk bedroom(only suitable for children). Bathroom: on the ground floor bath with shower over and WC. Upstairs WC. Lounge: with inglenook fireplace with woodburner (first basket of logs included), TV, DVD, HD recorder and iPod dock. Dining room. Kitchen: with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and TV. Outside: enclosed rear garden approached via several external steps with a handrail, a patio area with garden furniture, BBQ and an outside building perfect for storing fishing rods and bicycles. To the front of the property is an enclosed paved area with seating and a herb garden you are welcome to pick from. Amenities: off-road parking to the front of the property for 2 cars, further parking at the village hall. Bed linen, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 dog welcome, further by arrangement. Additional info: care must be taken with uneven floors and low doorways and beams. Stair-gate, play pen and fireguard available on request. 3 major supermarkets will offer home delivery. Location: sandy beach at Westward Ho! 15 miles, the village garage selling basic essentials within walking distance.