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Hotel
Nice
23 reviews
11br 3-star Hotel
    Situated near the airport, this inn is 8.6 mi (13.9 km) from Escot Park and 11.8 mi (18.9 km) from The Donkey Sanctuary. Sidmouth Beach and Diggerland are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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    33br 4-star Hotel
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    Combe House hotel in Devon is the kind of grand old country pile where Arabian horses canter picturesquely, pheasants strut presidentially, and guests relax with Pimm’s and croquet (or champagne by a roaring log fire in the winter). Here, you’ll be well fed, well wined, and very well looked after.
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    60br 4-star Hotel
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    Situated in Tamworth, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum and Australian Country Music Hall of Fame. Bicentennial Park and Tamworth Capitol Theatre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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    The SpaceEast Devon farm, near the A30/A303 junction. Handy for National Trust properties, River Cottage Canteen Axminster. 20 minutes from Lyme Regis. 30 minutes from Sidmouth. 20 minutes from the Cathedral of Exeter. Guest AccessTV, Tea/Coffee facilities in all rooms. Addition sitting room for guest use. Please let us know if you are arriving after 7pm. Interaction with GuestsHost is available to advise on local attraction and the excellent restaurants and pubs in the area. The NeighborhoodBeautifully located in the Blackdown Hills. Excellent for country walks and lots of wildlife to see. Getting Around.A car is needed as there is no public transport near us. Other Things to Note.We are in a really beautiful part of East Devon and we hope you will enjoy the farm and area as we do.
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThe barn comfortably sleeps 6 with room for 2 more. There is a large orchard 50 meters from the barn where you can relax, enjoy stunning views or have an early evening BBQ. Walk through the 150 acre farm, experiencing ancient parkland with 300 year old oak trees, 16 acres of ancient woodland with winding tracks and ½ mile of river. The farm adjoins Dumdon, a National Trust Iron Age hill fort. Cows and sheep are present on the farm. The coast is 12 miles away and we are very close to a number of exciting walks. Fiona and Greg Page-Turner are close by and will be delighted to help you enjoy your stay by getting the most out of the farm and the local area. The Barn provides high quality holiday accommodation only a short drive from the beautiful Jurassic Coast. Arranged over three floors the house has been designed to make the most of the available space with a large sitting room on the top floor, an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area (with cosy wood burner) located on the ground floor and with the three bedrooms situated in between. The bedroom accommodation includes one bedroom that can be made-up as either a double or twin room so that the house can comfortably cater for two sets of couples in double beds as well as for family groups. There are two separate bath/shower rooms as well as a ground floor cloakroom with W.C. The second floor sitting room includes sofa beds that, if required, can extend the maximum occupancy to 8 guests. Outside, opposite the cottage, there is a large orchard garden with a seating area, including garden furniture and a barbecue. The garden area enjoys stunning views across the valley, making it the perfect spot to sit and relax after a day spent exploring the local attractions. This property is a great choice for those seeking a quiet rural location with easy access to the nearby coast. The barn conversion is quietly situated in the farm courtyard adjoining a large farmhouse where the owners` family offer bed & breakfast accommodation. The farm is located just a couple of miles outside of the bustling East Devon market town of Honiton, with easy access to the stunning Jurassic coast about 15 miles away. Although quietly tucked away from main roads the farm is easy to access by car and perfect for those wishing to explore the local area`s many attractions. Walkers and cyclists are also very welcome and the house includes lots of information about footpaths and local routes. There are extensive walks through 150 acres of farmland, including 16 acres of ancient woodlands to explore, and the River Lupp which adjoins the farm. There is an excellent local walk to the Dumdon Hill Fort, which is a National Trust Iron Age fort. Attached barn conversion on three floors. Entrance door with a few steps down to the entrance hall with cloakroom W.C. Ground floor: A few steps down to open plan living area with TV/DVD and wood burner, dining area and open plan fitted kitchen with electric double oven & hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Utility cupboard and installed washing machine. Stairs up to first floor: Bedroom 1 with king size bed (some restricted head height in this room). Shower room with shower cubicle and W.C. Bedroom 2 with a super king size (6`) double bed (or can be made up with twin beds - please confirm requirements when booking). Bathroom including; a bath, separate shower cubicle and W.C. Bedroom 3 - Twin beds. Second floor: Lounge/sitting room with wide screen TV/DVD. This room includes 2 sofa beds that can extend the sleeping number to 8 (£75.00 supplement per person payable - please inquire if required before booking) Outside: Opposite the cottage, across the courtyard is a large, private orchard garden with furniture and a barbecue. Central heating and seasonal logs for wood burner included. Bed linen and towels included. Please bring own beach towels. Travel cot, highchair and a safety gate available on request - please note that there is limited space for a travel cot in the bedrooms. Please confirm if twin or double bed required in bedroom 2 when booking. Sofa beds available in third floor lounge at a supplement of £75.00 per person per week to allow a maximum occupancy of 8 guests - please inquire before booking. Wireless internet access provided. Guest AccessThe farm has 150 acres of ancient woodland and Parkland, we have direct access to an Iron Age Hill fort run by the National Trust. Interaction with GuestsWe are at the farm regularly and here to help with any questions you have. The NeighborhoodThe orchard Barn is located on the edge of the Blackdown Hills an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and neighbours East Devon also designated an AONB as well as the Jurassic Coast. Sidmouth a seaside resort is only 8 miles from our location. Getting Aroundwe have 3 taxi firms, Honiton is well connected with Buses, it is also on the London - Exeter Waterloo train line. Other Things to Notewe have a list of great places to visit for all ages, as well as restaurants and Gastro pubs.
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceThe room is about 7.5 by 8.5 (feet). Ideal for a lady traveling alone. The room has been completely redecorated with all new bed linens. The furniture is mainly 1950's or antique and comprises a single bed, a chair, a dressing table with two drawers, a flip top wooden table if you want to sit quietly and study and hanging space in a wardrobe. The room has views over the garden which is really beautiful in Springtime and Summer. There is room to park a car on the drive. Guest AccessShared bathroom. Use of the lounge until 22h30. Kitchen at breakfast time and to make tea/coffee in the evening. Access to the garden. Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to interact or not as you want. The NeighborhoodThe house is in a quiet road on the outskirts of town about a 20 minute walk into town or to the railway station or the hospital. The town has interesting shops and a lot of antique shops. There's also a swimming pool. Getting AroundThere are trains to Exeter and beyond and then in the other direction to Axminster, Salisbury and on up to London Waterloo. There's a bus service to Sidmouth which is the nearest seaside and just 9 miles away. Other Things to NoteIf you're in the UK to improve your English I'm a qualified teacher so happy to give lessons at an additional charge. Smoking is a total no-no. No additional guests can be accommodated. Check out is 10h30
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceA very comfortable and luxurious single story barn conversion, with an open plan bedroom and lounge; seperate kitchen and bathroom. Double glazed leaded light windows. Electric heating (included). There are two entrances, with the front door having its own parking area. There is also a fold-out bed so anyone with a child would be welcome, provided you are happy to share the main living area. We also have another en-suite bedroom downstairs in the barn, so ideal for two couples sharing the whole space. The Lavendar Suite is also available at £80.00 per night for bed and breakfast for 2 people. Guest AccessSun / bbq terrace with gazebo and comfortable outdoor seating; access to garden Interaction with GuestsWe will provide information on walks, places to visit, eat and shop in the local area. The NeighborhoodWe are right on the A35 Honiton to Dorchester road and are very near Lyme Regis, Seaton, Sidmouth, Branscombe, Beer etc. There is a great local pub a few minutes walk up the road and a local restaurant Getting AroundYes, buses outside and also train station in Honiton Other Things to NoteThere is free wi-fi. Both the barn and the Lavendar suite have new 40" tv's.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpacePerfect for a romantic getaway or family break, this cosy cottage has a very big open plan kitchen, dining and living room downstairs, with a big main bedroom with en-suite shower room upstairs. Fast Wifi throughout. Brand new TV with freeview channels. Big, comfy sofas. There is a small second double bedroom just off the main upstairs bedroom, ideal for kids. This is a new property for me and there are more photos of the outside, bedroom and living room coming soon! The wireless broadband internet has been recently installed and has good speeds and unlimited downloads. Guest AccessFully equipped kitchen with washing machine, dryer, fridge and freezer TV with freeview digital channels Outside space for eating in the summer Getting AroundA car is pretty essential, unless you're coming by train and not planning to leave the cottage during your stay except for country walks! Other Things to NoteImportant: Electricity Coin Meter: The electricity for the cottage is on a coin meter, although this is unlocked and you can use the same £1 coin (supplied) repeatedly to top it up. This is located at face level on the right hand wall as you enter the kitchen. If you are using the electric heaters, it will need topping up more than once a day.
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    Excellent
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThis is a really unusual caravan that we imported from the States a few years ago and have tastefully restored. We moved on to our land in it 3 years ago - now its the home of my daughter though she is away for a while so I'm taking advantage! It is a vintage ( 1957) Airfloat - a rival to the more common 'Airstream'. 1957 was their 25th year of production so all their trailers made that year were anodised in GOLD!! It has a large (for a caravan) bedroom at one end with shower and basin but it has a dividing door and also a double sofabed at the other end if you need to sleep kids - or have had a row! The toilet is a short,OUTSIDE walk away and we also have another, larger shower available. PLEASE NOTE From June - September it is offered on a 2 nightly basis .We' ll give you a complimentary £5.00 beer token to use in our local pub 'the York inn' as a thank you and a 50 p voucher to spend in the local farm shop...I know! woo! 5's and under are still free. Book for 4 days and get the 5th free,-contact me and I 'll adjust the price. Guest AccessGuests can access our iPod docking station,DVD player,dvd collection, books and games. We also have table football, table tennis, a small pool table , a paddling pool and kids ride on toys available on request. We now have wifi ( or ethernet) internet available IN the caravan and also a computer and printer you can use in the office if you dont want to bring one. Dogs sadly are no longer welcomed unless they ve been before or have a proven track record with farm animals...we had a couple of incidents last year that I wouldnt want repeated. Children 5 and under stay for free Interaction with GuestsWe will be on the premises at all times but live round the corner so you can have as much privacy as you require...our dogs and cats are not so good at recognising private space but they are pretty bomb proof and can mostly be kept out your way. Newsflash!.... They've been getting rather spoilt by our guests and now assume you're all new best friends. If you're nervous of dogs please let me know and i can make an extra effort to stop them disturbing you. We have 'things to do' leaflets ,maps , binoculars and guide books and can give helpful advice regarding local exploration. The NeighborhoodWe are right on the Somerset/Devon border in an area of outstanding natural beauty known as 'the Blackdown hills' . We're right on top of the hill so it can be a bit windswept in the winter but you get lovely skies if its clear. The location is very peaceful but not so remote that you cant access a shop within 10 mins ....and our mobiles mostly work! Taunton, Honiton,Wellington and Chard are all 8 miles from us. Lyme regis and Bridport 20 miles, Exeter 25 miles and Bristol 50 miles. Getting AroundYou need a car to get here though we would consider collecting you from either Taunton or Honiton as they are both serviced by regular trains. Once you're here though you'd need a bike if you wanted to get further than a few fields away! ( we have ones you can borrow but they're not very flashy!). The village of Churchinford , with a good pub, shop and cafe is just over a mile away and an easy walk . Other Things to NoteChildren 5 and under stay for free. Please let me know they're coming though . Remember to let me know if anyone in your party is scared of dogs. Our dogs ( we have 2) are very friendly but i know they're not everyones cup of tea. We provide complimentary breakfast of tea, filter coffee,orange juice, free range eggs, beans,cereal, toast and a selection of local jams and honeys though you are expected to cook it yourself! Wood is provided for the woodburner or outside fire and we will light it for you if you prefer. The BBQ is available for use but you need to bring your own BBQ charcoal- it can be purchased at the local shop.
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceIn a quiet location, a very spacious cottage in a quiet courtyard with 3 large, upstairs double bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms & an open plan kitchen, living room and dining area with fireplace, opening out to a private gravelled courtyard. Isolated at the end of a long, bumpy driveway, this very quiet cottage comes with three large bedrooms, all three with en-suite bath or shower rooms. It has a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living room. Wood burning stove in inglenook fireplace. Private outside space in gravelled courtyard, perfect for outside dining in the summer. Very peaceful quiet setting. Ideal for families, or small parties looking to get up to 8 people together for a (long!) weekend away. Guest AccessWifi broadband internet just added (at last)! [June 2014] Interaction with GuestsYou'll be left well alone! Most guests come for peace and quiet, not to see me! :) The NeighborhoodOne of the quietest places I've ever been in England. Right on the edge of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB). Getting AroundA car is pretty essential, unless you come by train to Honiton, (advance booking of taxi is essential) and aren't planning to go anywhere during your stay! Other Things to NoteThe driveway is bumpy and stony. Sports cars not advised but normal cars are fine, just drive very slowly!
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceTower House has a magical atmosphere the moment you arrive. The house is set in secluded walled gardens with a natural pond and 2 old stone barns (where firewood is stored). It is a peaceful space; a bit overgrown and overlooked by a romantic old Tower. The garden is safe for dogs and small children (but young children and dogs will need to be supervised by adults near the pond). There is private parking for 2 vehicles accessed via the electric double gates. Since 2014, It has been a pleasure hosting over 130 guests from around the world. Guests love the relaxing home from home vibe, its unique charm and character without worrying about keeping it immaculate. Guests should not expect a pristine 5 star luxury hotel. This is my family home and it dates back in part to the 17th Century. The garden is home to many varieties of garden birds and owls which hoot at night. Apart from the Owls and soft dawn chorus, it is incredibly peaceful, quiet and dark, so perfect for a good nights sleep. The stars on a clear night are absolutely amazing. The overall feel and quality of the house is spacious, homely and comfortable. I am always trying to improve and upgrade the living spaces and have started to redecorate some of the rooms including a new very comfortable sofa in the sitting room to curl up on. The upstairs has a slightly unusual layout with just one airy bathroom which is between bedroom 1 and bedroom 3. The bathroom has a freestanding bath but no separate shower cubicle. There is a second downstairs loo/cloakroom. For this reason, I would suggest my home is more suitable for families and or close friends who don't mind sharing the bathroom. Feedback from the majority of guests is that this quirky arrangement did not diminish their overall experience staying here. Bedrooms are spacious, with very comfortable beds, quality bed linen, quiet and private. I am also a professional caterer so I am happy to offer welcome SUPPERS and can email you a simple supper menu in advance. A welcome supper is a treat after a long journey and can be simply heated up in the Aga. I provide a simple continental style breakfast, croissants, butter, jams, coffee etc and you are welcome to help yourselves to any store cupboard items, olive oil etc if you wish. I like to offer a personal touch to welcome you. My home is very much a house for all seasons. It is also safe and secure. I am fortunate to have Louise (who lives in the end cottage) on hand if you need help with anything during your stay. She keeps a very low profile and is out during the day. Above all, apart from the peace and quiet of my home, its location in the rural heart of East Devon (close to Honiton) and easy access to some of the most beautiful countryside in East Devon and the Jurassic Coast is a fantastic bonus as it means you can enjoy the house and explore the area all the year round. I have a welcome info file with details of local places of interest to visit. Please also look at the photos on my site to inspire you. It is a pleasure living at Tower House. I am delighted to continue sharing my home with lovely people from around the world, throughout the year. I hope everyone who stays here will have a wonderful experience and enjoy and explore all the pleasures of this special part of rural East Devon. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to make themselves at home as long as possessions and fabric of building are respected as if it was their own home. (Damage will need to be paid for subject to Airbnb guidelines). This is my precious family home, so I do trust and expect guests to have the common sense and good manners not to delve into drawers and cupboards which in my opinion would be off limits. Some personal items, books, magazines and photographs will be left out. I leave out a welcome info pack on the kitchen table. However, if you have any questions or wish to discuss something during your stay, then please contact me directly or Louise next door first, we are both very happy to oblige. Please, no pets or smoking upstairs. Ensure candles and wood burner not left unguarded and extinguished before retiring to bed. Please supervise small children and dogs around the pond area to ensure their safety. Take care driving along Devon lanes which are narrow and twisty. Please leave the electric zapper for double gates on kitchen table when you leave and replace the front door key where you found it. Security and access details are provided before your arrival. Thank you. I wish you a very happy stay. Best wishes. Tamsin Interaction with GuestsI respond quickly via text or airbnb to all expected guests. I always leave very clear instructions and directions to the house in advance. These same access details are on my site available upon a confirmed booking. I give out my mobile number and suggest guests text me their approximate time of arrival. If I am not here to greet you, Louise, my neighbour is usually on hand if you have any questions upon arrival or during your stay. The NeighborhoodIts great being so close to unspoilt countryside in the Farway Valley, River Coly walks, and quiet lanes for Cycling and running enthusiasts, wonderful coastal walks at Weston, Branscombe and low tide at Sidmouth. Honiton is a vibrant market town renowned for Antique shops. It has a Tesco, Aldi and Lidl and high street with useful shops. I also love Lyme Regis a historic seaside town. Its a fantastic area to explore and immerse yourself in nature and a pleasure to return to a very comfortable, stylish "home from home" The recently opened Pig Hotel and Restaurant at Combe, Gittisham is a beautiful place just 10 minutes away if you want a special supper. My welcome file and photos on this site detail more info Getting AroundHighly recommend use of a car (secure parking on site). Mainline train station at Honiton (5 minutes down the lane by car) , 3hrs journey time from Honiton to London Waterloo, 20 mins to Exeter. Quiet lanes for good cycling and running. Local taxis in Honiton. Other Things to NoteI have a list of places of local interest for you to explore, beaches, local walks and places to eat. Please feel free to ask me to suggest places in advance of your stay. My house is a perfect place to stay if guests are attending weddings in the area of Honiton especially at The Old Pavillion down the lane from me and The Pig at Combe, Gittisham.
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    The SpaceVery old, unspoilt grade A* listed property with no converted barns. 1583 Fireplace in the flat, old beams, wooden floor boards, eco friendly hot water & central heating, stunning views. King Size bed available with blow up double mattress for extra sleeping on the floor and/or a choice of two sofas. Guest AccessIf I am around when you visit you can share my kitchen, sitting room/bedroom and bathroom and use the spare bedroom. Should it coincide when I am away then you can have the flat to yourself and my king size bed. Smoking is allowed outside the front door. Interaction with GuestsIf I am around I can show you around, you are welcome to eat with me, maybe help out on the farm cider making, logging, sawmill, feeding the animals. The NeighborhoodSuper friendly neighbourhood, picturesque village with local church and old petrol pumps. Lots of nearby attractions and things to do and see including the South Coast less than 9 miles away. Getting AroundNo transport in the village of Farway. Best bet is to bring a car, bike, walk, hitch hike or I can run you to town and back if available. Other Things to NoteThe house is very old and cranky, with some low door ways, so do watch your head. You may be woken in the morning by the chickens.
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    Excellent
    52 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceTiphayes Farm is set on the edge of the Blackdown Hills near to the Devon / Somerset border in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village of Upottery is about a mile and a half away and has a lovely country Pub serving excellent food. Honiton, the nearest town, is about 7 miles away to the South West, where you will find an interesting variety of independent shops as well as the usual supermarkets. The house which is an original Thatched Devon Longhouse dating from the 15th century, is set in traditional farmland of small enclosures mostly with the ancient hedges still intact. We are also adjacent to a large woodland and the whole area is a haven for a wonderfully wide variety of wildlife. The position of the property, well away from other farms and overlooking the beautiful Otter Valley, makes this a most tranquil and relaxing setting for your holiday. The house has a Barn attached at the Eastern end which would have originally been the main animal enclosure on the Farm and is suspected to be even older than the house, perhaps the original early dwelling on the site. This Barn has been carefully and tastefully converted to provide a very comfortable and self-contained, open-plan accommodation which is now available as a cosy holiday home. There is a huge log burning stove as well as central heating which creates a lovely warm atmosphere. If cuddling up on a massive comfy sofa in front of an open fire is your thing, this is the place. There is an enclosed heated swimming pool just across the garden, the pool is heated and in use between May and September. Well behaved dogs are welcome (up to two) and there are miles of wonderful walks in the area full details provided with a "Pooch Pack" on arrival. WI-FI Broadband is also available free of charge. Weekly bookings from Friday or Saturday are preferred but we remain as flexible as possible especially out of season. The Barn is Self Catering. Guest AccessI prefer to let the Barn on a weekly basis with the changeover day on a Friday or Saturday but will be as flexible as possible and offer shorter breaks especially out of season. Guests have full access to The Barn and its private garden with Heated Pool (May to September) as well as the surrounding twelve acres of farmland. Interaction with GuestsI am usually here to greet Guests as I live on site, show them around and give them a scrapbook of local info. Then as the Barn is SELF-CATERING I leave them in peace! But I'm always available by phone if any problems arise. The NeighborhoodI love this area and have lived here for over thirty years. The position of Tiphayes allows very easy access to the beautiful Jurassic coastline, Beer and Branscombe are particular favourite coastal villages with great walks and superb Pubs. Both Exmoor and Dartmoor are an easy drive away and can be explored offering some stunning countryside walks. There are lots of great restaurants and local Pub/Restaurants within a short drive and most allow dogs. Getting AroundThere is virtually no public transport so a car is essential. Nearest Stations are Honiton 7 miles and Taunton 12 Miles. Great Cycling country though! Other Things to NoteFrom the first weekend in May to the last in September I prefer to let The Barn on a weekly basis with the changeover day on a Friday or Saturday but will be as flexible as possible and offer shorter breaks especially out of season
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      There are two types of tents offered at this glamping site, and you’ll find the details of them below.Feather Down Tent: This luxury tent measure 45m2, and can comfortably sleep up to six people (a maximum of five adults and one child up to 12 years old). Inside the tent you’ll find a double bed, a bunk bed and a cupboard bed that can sleep one adult or two children. Please note that within the tent, there is no gas or electricity. However, there is a wood-burning stove, so you’ll be able to cook there if the weather is cold or on the outdoor cooker if the weather is nice. Additionally, you won’t need to bring anything from home as you’ll be provided with plates, pots, pans, serving spoons, wood for cooking and heating, a starter pack of lamp oil, bed linens, pillows and more. Frills Tent : This tent is similar to the Feather Down tent, but it has a more luxurious touch. Upon arrival, you’ll find your beds made up and a welcome surprise. With the Frills Tent, you’ll have your own private hot tub, a hammock and a large sofa inside the tent. There is also a canopy above the veranda. You’ll also be provided with free towel packs (one large and one small towel).
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      The SpaceA Quiet cul-de-sac but with amenities on the doorstep - Railway link to London with even more frequent trains. - 7 minutes walk to Station. The bedroom faces the front with views towards Dunkeswell Flying club (parachutists often in the summer) The Aviator to snack in and watch the planes come and go.There is parking immediately outside on the hard standing. Guest AccessYou will have access to the entire house and garden. A bathroom with bath and shower plus another toilet and basin in the Studio downstairs. The kitchen with all facilities. Studio may be occupied sometimes when I am painting. Interaction with GuestsI will be present at the house when you stay and pleased to help you find your way around .Its always a pleasure to meet new people and hear about their experiences. The NeighborhoodThe proximiti y to the town is important to me - within easy walking distance to shops, library, leisure centre and the fiarly new Beehive Community which is abuzz! with live shows, talks, films music, bar . I frequesntly visit my favourite seaside resorts such as Lyme Regis (wher the French Lieutenant's Woman was filmed) and Sidmouth. Of course this includes the Jurassic Coast with much to explore for entyhusiastic walkers. Getting AroundThere are buses to these and other places easily accessible from the High Street, Library or train station. Other Things to NoteI prefer you not to smoke in the house.
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      The SpaceThe barn conversion has recently been completed. The original building dates back to the 1700s. 'Mwendafye' loosely translated means 'come and go as you please'. The cottage can sleep 4 but is ideally suited for a couple or a couple with a baby and/or 2 children. The bedroom is comfortable with built in wardrobe, and overlooks the garden. Fresh linen and towels, a hairdryer and alarm clock/radio and TV/dvd are included. There is one step from the bedroom to the lounge and one step from the lounge going through to the bathroom and kitchen. The lounge has retained some character features with its stone walls, wooden beams and unusual doorway and provides TV, wifi, and couch/daybed with hidden trundle with 4th bed. The glass door opens onto the garden at the front with wooden bench and table, and there is a sheltered back patio area with wooden garden furniture providing seating for 4. The bathroom has a bath, hand shower, heater and heated towel rail. The kitchen is fully equipped with a 4 ring gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, iron, washing machine and radio. There is also an enclosed area outside with windy drier. Upstairs – is a Children’s den in the loft, with a TV and dvd player with a selection of dvds, puzzles and Games and children’s books. There are lockable stair gates should you not want your children to go upstairs(URL HIDDEN)Access to the property is via an independent gravelled driveway with electric gates. It is attached but completely independent from the main property. There is parking for 2 vehicles - one under cover. Guest AccessGuests do have access to an area where they can relax and have a barbecue. We do have livestock and dogs on the farm so please make sure gates are kept closed at all times- particularly the ones leading to the road. We also have a big pond so for health and safety reasons, the pond, poultry area and fields are out of bounds. We are more than happy to show you around if you would like to see the animals. Should you wish to use the area around the pond, please speak to your host - it is not available in the winter months. Interaction with GuestsI live on the property but do work part time, so although I (and Rosie!) will do my best to be there to welcome you, and I do like to say goodbye to my guests, but depending on your arrival/departure times, there might be some occasions when this is not possible, and an arrangement will then be made regarding keys. If you have any queries, please contact me - we will do our best to help. The NeighborhoodThe property is situated between Honiton and Axminster, and close to the villages of Dalwood, Stockland, Kilmington and Wilmington - within easy reach from the A30. It thus offers a convenient base for exploring a range of activities and places of interest in the south west. East Devon is famous for its Jurassic coast. Seaton, which is situated at the mouth of the River Axe(and is only 30 minutes away) also has a scenic golf course and a yacht club. (there are also other golf courses in the area at Monkton and Honiton) It is also famous for its tramway which runs through the Axe valley nature reserve to Colyton. There are other animal centers like Cricket St. Thomas Wildlife Park, Ferne Animal sanctuary and Otter Estuary Nature Reserve (which has a range of birdlife and free fishing)– not to mention places like E xmoor and Dartmoor, the Donkey Sanctuary, the marine nature reserve on Lundy Island and Paignton zoo. Lyme Regis is the ‘riviera’ of the south west, has many seaside shops and eating places and a sandy beach and offers historic walks along the coast and is only a 20 minute drive away. The village of Beer - an ancient fishing village (renowned for smuggling in ancient times) also offers some beautiful coastal walks. The surrounding countryside is particularly scenic and tranquil and there are many lovely local country walks. There is a public footpath from the farm which goes down to the historic pub in Dalwood – ‘The Tucker’s Arms’ which was built in 13th century. A map of different walks is provided. Chard reservoir (said to be the birth place of powered flight) also offers a number of walks which are wheelchair friendly. Both Honiton and Axminster have weekly markets with a variety of stalls. Honiton boasts many antique shops and is famous for it’s ice cream shop which is open in the spring and summer, and lace and pottery making. It also celebrates many traditional activities. Axminster is famous for its carpet making and is the home of the River Cottage Canteen. There are many pubs and other eating places such as the well known carvery outside Honiton or one of the many places for Devon cream teas. The area also provides many garden centres, (such as Otter in Ottery St. Mary – the home of Thackeray and Coleridge) and 3 good farm shops(one offering ’Pick your own’), and 2 cider breweries. Places of interest – Durdle Door in the Dorset section of the Jurassic coast; the famous Eden project( only 2 hours away) Taunton,(the town was first settled in Saxon times – approx. 700AD) Dunster and Tiverton castles, Exeter cathedral. For something more energetic, there are a number of activities - like the ‘Landrover experience” and quad biking near Cullompton, Zorbing in Dorchester and water sports in Exmouth(and a sandy beach and model railway!) and centres offering child activities eg. Crealy adventure Park (said to be “a cross between Disneyland and MacDonald’s farm”, and Abbotsbury which provides a farm, gardens(which are lit up at Halloween and Christmas) and a Swanery, and Paintballing near Exeter. Then for those rainy days – there is the Fleet Air Museum and the Haynes Motor Museum in Yeovil and the historic Observatory in Sidmouth (also famous for it’s annual Folk Festival in July) and the Aquarium in Weymouth(URL HIDDEN) Larger Shopping centers – Exeter, Yeovil and Taunton and the Trago center. (near Newton Abbot) There are several notable National Trust properties in this area. Eg. Killerton, Buckland Abbey, Branscombe Bakery, Mill and Forge (Branscombe is also the longest village in the UK), and Shute House. There are lovely gardens like Bicton Park Botanical Gardens, Burrow Farm Gardens and Hestercombe Gardens and other historic houses like Montacute near Yeovil, Dillington House and Forde Abbey.(also famous for it’s Red Ruby Devon cattle) Getting AroundWe are in the country, so you need to have a car. Secure off road parking is provided. There is a limited bus service from the village of Dalwood. We do have some bicycles for hire, should you wish to go cycling (there are a number of cycle events run in the area) There are, however, a lot of hills so you need to be very fit! Please advise in advance if you would like to use the bikes. Honiton and Axminster are the nearest train stations approx. 15 minutes away, and there are taxis available but need to be booked in advance and not available on Sunday's. Exeter is the nearest airport. Other Things to NoteCot and high chair can be provided. We do have 2 friendly dogs and 1 ginger cat, so please be aware that if you leave the door open, the cat might wander in! Also please look out for them when you drive in. There are 2 farm shops 5 min away plus Tescos and other supermarkets nearby for buying supplies. Please be aware that we are on a farm and surrounded by other farmers so there is vehicle noise at times. Please also have a look at our other barn conversion - listed as 'character Gr2 self contained annexe'.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      The SpaceWell equipped newly fitted kitchen, dishwasher/freezer /washing machine. Off the kitchen is a decked area for breakfast (when the weather allows) down some steps to a further to a court yard over the bridge to the main garden. Guest AccessFree WI FI Kindly RING me with an aprox. arrival time. Please note only weekly bookings from 18th July to 23rd Aug Interaction with GuestsGuest will be met and greeted Lisa or my self we will be available to help with suggestions to make your stay more enjoyable. The NeighborhoodStockland is a short drive to many nice places the coast is a 20min drive. There are three good farm shops within three miles who all serve and sell good local food. Getting Around.It would be advisable to have a car as the bus only comes to the village once a week. Other Things to NoteTwice weekly markets are held in Honiton, Axminster and Bridport which are all worth a visit.
      Home/Apartment
      6br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      • Swimming Pool
      The SpaceA rare, old, characterful rural farmhouse set in idyllic surroundings at the end of a long private drive. Ideal for family or birthday gatherings, weekends with friends, or family Devon holidays in the summer, with lovely walks from the house. Perfect for family gatherings, quiet friend get-togethers, quiet hen gatherings and small celebrations (but NOT parties), this is a beautiful family home with open plan kitchen (with Aga) and dining room, overlooking the garden and beautiful countryside. It can comfortably sleep 12 people, and 16 if you use the library and studio, 18 at a push using sofa beds! **For PRICES, please use the Airbnb site with your dates and guest numbers rather than messaging me, as you'll get a faster and more accurate answer! If the dates say it is available, then you can assume it is available and send a booking request! All questions welcome.** The large sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with a great wood-burning stove, and an adjoining library with an extra bed in it if you've got a lot of people staying. It has 3 large double bedrooms, 2 with ensuite bath and shower rooms, and a third bedroom with bath and shower room right next to it, all on the first floor. On the top floor, there are two more bedrooms (one double one twin) and a single extra bed on the landing. There is a library downstairs with a double sofa bed, plus a double bed and double sofa bed out in the pool studio making room for 6 more people. The house is at the end of a 500 metre, tree-lined private driveway, with a gravel drive for parking your car (and a garage if necessary, by arrangement). It is a very remote location, down a tiny lane, off a B-road in an extremely quiet and exceptionally beautiful setting. The nearest town (Honiton) is 6 miles away and has all the shops you need, including lots of local food producers. (The bread from the Honiton bakery is exceptional). There is a BBQ and an L-shaped garden which extends around the side of the house into an orchard with a croquet lawn. The remarkable thing about this house is that it is big enough to comfortably swallow a dozen people without feeling crowded, but also small and cosy enough to be a lovely place to go just as a couple. The large master bedroom has a small table and chairs in the window overlooking the marvellous view, which can be a great place to have breakfast. It's a very special place, cosy in winter, wonderful in summer and with a heated indoor pool available all year around. If you are thinking of booking for a week or two, my changeover day is a Sunday rather than a Saturday (as I have many weekend-only bookings Fri-Sun). This isn't set in stone, but is a preference. Private driveway Pool Garden Wireless Internet Large inglenook fireplace surrounded by sofas Baby Grand Piano Aga Fridge/Freezer Washing Machine Dishwasher I'm generally away when guests are staying, but might be in one of the cottages. Happy to help with tips once you're here! This is one of the quietest places in England I've ever been It's so peaceful and tranquil. You feel completely isolated at this spot, but it's only a 10 minute drive to Honiton with antique shops and cafes, and another 10 minutes further to the wonderful city of Exeter. Right on the edge of Blackdown Hills, the Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty You really do need a car to get around! Taxis need booking days in advance if you do want to get the train and get a cab to the house. Guest AccessLarge open plan kitchen and dining room with Aga Big sitting room with 3 large sofas around the inglenook fireplace and a baby grand piano. Three large double bedrooms, two en-suite, one with a sofa bed, good for one or two toddlers Two twin rooms on the top floor Extra single bed on top floor landing for larger groups of guests Additional double bed on mezzanine in studio by the pool. PLEASE ASK TO BE SHOWN THIS ON ARRIVAL IF YOU NEED IT! Downstairs library with room for two camp beds with mattress suitable for kids, or two inflatable mattresses (both of which I have). PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU NEED THESE! Indoor heated pool all year round Garden overlooking rolling countryside Orchard and large former croquet lawn Wifi, Apple TV, Lots of books Interaction with GuestsI am rarely at the house when guests are staying, but always contactable. My housekeeper Ian will usually be here to meet you, check you in and show you around. The NeighborhoodThe house nestles on the edge of the Blackdown Hills Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is a truly beautiful part of the English countryside. It has the perfect blend of isolation, but with a county town of Honiton within a 10 minute drive, and the historical city of Exeter within 25 minutes. Getting AroundA car is really very important if you plan to visit any local attractions at all. If you are coming for a short stay and can get a food delivery, then you can get a taxi from Honiton station and back, but you must book it in advance. Please do not expect to be able to step off a train and into a taxi if you haven't booked. I once tried and ended up waiting 2 hours! With a car, there are countless attractions within a 30 minute drive, including the historical city of Exeter. Other Things to NoteBed linen and one towel per guest included. Use of the pool is uninsured and at your own risk! There are two cottages nearby who also often have Airbnb guests in who come for a quiet weekend. CHECK IN AND CHECK OUT TIMES AND FLEXIBILITY - PLEASE READ Normally, check in is 4pm, and check out is 11am. We need this time to turn the large house around between guests when there is a same day check out/in. However, early arrival (2pm) is often possible if there were no guests prior, but is entirely at my discretion. I'll always do it if I can but if I can't, there's always a good reason! Check out - If you are checking out on a Sunday, the 11am check out time is essential if we have new guests arriving same day. If you would like to have the house for the whole day on a Sunday, then if it is available, I'm happy to arrange an 8pm checkout (allowing time for lunch and early dinner) for the equivalent price of 50% of one night of your stay. Occasionally, a 2pm checkout is available at no extra cost, but is dependent on a number of different factors. Where possible, I can usually only let you know if the 2pm checkout is possible on the Friday when you check in, but there's no extra charge when it is available. Absolutely no swimming after 10pm!
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      The SpaceAlthough small, Batts Cottage is full of character and has been sensitively renovated into a wonderful contemporary space to make it light and airy whilst still retaining its period features. The pretty upstairs bedroom has a comfortable double bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Downstairs, there is another attractive bedroom with a single bed and an additional pull-out bed. The sitting room is open plan and has a dining table which expands to seat 4. This leads through to the light and well-equipped kitchen with a door to the garden, and a downstairs family bathroom with a bath. There is a low beam in the sitting room so taller guests have to watch their head, although I am 5'11" and have no problems! The house sleeps 3 adults comfortably or would be ideal for a small family. There are lovely views from the garden which has two small areas of lawn, flower beds and a deck with table, chairs and an umbrella.The house is near the village green and situated opposite a beautiful 14th Century church. There is parking right outside the house. Guest AccessThe cottage is a fully-equipped, self-catering house with no restricted access. Some of the cupboards are in use, but there is plenty of additional storage space for guests to use. Interaction with GuestsI spend most of the year in South Africa so sadly will rarely meet guests, but my lovely neighbour Carol manages the cottage and will be there to help in any way she can. The NeighborhoodGittisham is in the heart of East Devon in an area of great historical interest. Ottery St Mary, the birthplace of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is ten minutes away, and the market town of Honiton with its wonderful antique shops is a five minute drive. Until recently the entire village of Gittisham was owned by the Combe Estate and because it has never been developed, still retains a unique charm. Combe House, the original family home of the Marker family which sits above the village, is now a five star hotel boasting a superb award-winning restaurant. There are many more excellent pubs and restaurants in the area including the popular Otter Inn at Weston and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Canteen in Axminster. The seaside towns of Sidmouth, Beer and Branscombe with their lovely beaches are all within easy reach and Lyme Regis which is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site is half an hour away. Both Honiton and Ottery St Mary have good supermarkets and farm shops as well as many other amenities and there are twice-weekly markets at Honiton, Axminster and Bridport which are well worth a visit. Exeter with its famous cathedral, cinemas and excellent shopping is a 30 minute drive. If you are interested in walking, there are some lovely walks you can do straight from the house, or if you are looking for something more challenging, there are some magnificent coastal walks within easy reach. There are a number of National Trust properties in the area as well as Escot Park, one of the top visitor attractions in Devon. Getting AroundHoniton is on the Southwest Trains network and is on the direct line to Waterloo and Exeter is on the direct line to both Paddington and Waterloo and also has an international coach station. From Gittisham there is a daily bus to and from Exeter and local towns, however a car is recommended if guests wish to explore the area properly. There is a good local car hire company which we can recommend. Other Things to NoteTwo nights minimum stay. We prefer a minimum of five day bookings during the summer holidays (mid June to end August) but will consider shorter stays if the cottage is available.
      barn
      2br barn
        Hawley Farm is set on a working farm in East Devon. Away from sight and sounds of roads. The Wagon House is a very comfortable let two bedrooms both en suit. Large living room with large window. A lovely sitting out garden for morning sun. Close to the beach. Dartmoor is great for walking and sight seeing. Exeter for history and shopping Honiton and Axminster are also very interesting towns Lyme regis for fishing swimming and fossil hunting. Sidmouth for swimming, also Beer, Branscome and Seaton. Here in east Devon we are close to the sea and many places of interest.
        cottage
        Excellent
        2 reviews
        3br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Situated in South East Devon. Set in a Victorian Court Yard The Wheel House has stunning, tranquil, rural views over the Coly Valley, Farwood Barton lies amid high hills in the heart of the East Devon countryside yet near the Jurassic coast and dates back from Saxon times. Just a short distance from the A30/A303 and A35, perfect for exploring East Devon. The Wheel House has a large garden, tennis court and games barn. Free wi-fi included. There are lots of animals to see being on a working dairy farm. Accommodation This thoughtfully converted, spacious one level cottage has a vista of open farm land from every room. Sleeping up to 8 people plus a cot, the cottage has three bedrooms. One is a King Size bedroom with a luxurious pocket sprung bed and a sofa. It has a shower en-suite. The second bedroom has a pocket-sprung double bed and a shower en-suite. The third bedroom is a twin and there is a family bathroom off the hallway. Two more can snuggle on a sofa bed in a curtained-off area of the spacious lounge. The Wheel House has a spacious, open-plan, well-equipped Kitchen/Dining/Lounge area, including a range electric oven. The cottage has Geothermal underfloor heating. There is a log burner in the lounge. There are original beams and vaulted ceilings throughout the cottage. This cottage is all on one level and there are just a few steps into the garden area, where The Wheel House has its own patio and garden furniture. The Cottage has ample parking. The dining table sits up to 8 people, but, when the Leat and Apple Loft are rented together with family or friends we will change the table for the banqueting table which will sit up to 14 people easily. Amenities Games barn with a full size snooker table, table tennis, table football and a skittles alley, there are a selection of small ride on toys, indoor sandpit, outside is a full size tennis court and in the evening you can relax with an on farm fishing lake (full of Carp) with ample parking. The Jurassic coast is approx. 5 miles away, the nearest beach is Seaton/Beer 4 miles away, Lyme Regis/Sidmouth 9 miles away, the nearest town is Colyton/Honiton 3 miles away. Will accept 2 well behaved dogs at a charge of ÂŁ20 per stay, contact the owner. Stay in the Countryside yet only half an hour drive to Sandy Park, Exeter, The Rugby World Cup!! Farwood Barton is located in a unique scenic hills of the East Devon countryside, just a ten minute drive to the Jurassic Heritage coastline. With Beer/Branscombe/Seaton/Sidmouth/Lyme Regis just a short drive away. East Devon's climate being one of the driest and sunniest in the South West, due to being near the English Channel Coast rather than the Atlantic Coast. Local attractions include: Colyton Tramway, which takes you along the Axe Estuary on the old branch line to Seaton, Pecorama at Beer which is a model train extravaganza, also, with a miniature train line, also, the world famous Beer Caves, where stone has been dug for centuries for buildings in the South West and further afield, such as Exeter Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and St Pauls Cathedral in London, Axe Valley Wildlife Park at Kilmington renowned for its Meer Cats, Crealy Adventure park offers entertainment for the family. Connaught Gardens and Jacobs Ladder Beach at Sidmouth are well worth a visit, along with extensive beaches along the East Devon Coastline. There is the famous coastal path, along with the East Devon Way in the area for a wide range of walking abilities. Rurall, tranquil, spacious, under floor heating, log burner, games barn, bird watching, walking, working dairy farm, astronomy, bird watching, Rugby World Cup,
        house
        1br house
          This lovely annexe is situated 4 miles from Honiton and sleeps two people in one bedroom. Old Ford Farm Annexe is a comfortable, single-storey annexe to the owners' traditional Devon farmhouse, and is situated in a peaceful, rural setting on the outskirts of the hamlet of Wilmington near Honiton. With one double bedroom, with an en-suite shower room, it is ideal for a couple. There is also a sitting room with dining area and a warming electric fire and a fitted kitchen at the property. Outside there is a private garden and off road parking for one car. Old Ford Farm Annexe is an ideal romantic getaway. Amenities: Electric convector heaters with electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Private garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 1 mile. Note: River runs parallel to the property - ensure care is taken at all times. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This lovely annexe is situated 4 miles from Honiton and sleeps two people in one bedroom. Old Ford Farm Annexe is a comfortable, single-storey annexe to the owners' traditional Devon farmhouse, and is situated in a peaceful, rural setting on the outskirts of the hamlet of Wilmington near Honiton. With one double bedroom, with an en-suite shower room, it is ideal for a couple. There is also a sitting room with dining area and a warming electric fire and a fitted kitchen at the property. Outside there is a private garden and off road parking for one car. Old Ford Farm Annexe is an ideal romantic getaway. Amenities: Electric convector heaters with electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Private garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 1 mile. Note: River runs parallel to the property - ensure care is taken at all times. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Additional amenities include: cooker.
          cottage
          1br cottage
            The barn conversion has recently been completed. The original building dates back to the 1700s. 'Mwendafye' loosely translated means 'come and go as you please'. The bedroom is restful and comfortable with built in wardrobe, and overlooks the garden. Fresh linen and towels, a TV and dvd player, a hairdryer and alarm clock/radio are included. The lounge has retained some character features with its stone walls, wooden beams and unusual doorway and provides TV, wifi, and couch/daybed with hidden trundle with 4th bed. The glass door opens onto the garden at the front with wooden bench and table for alfresco dining, and there is a sheltered back patio area with wooden garden furniture providing seating for 4. The bathroom has a bath, hand shower, heater and heated towel rail. The kitchen is fully equipped with a 4 ring gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, iron, washing machine and radio. Tea, coffee, sugar and milk is provided as well as supplies for a basic continental breakfast. There is also an enclosed area outside with windy drier. Upstairs – is a Children's den in the loft, with a TV and dvd player with a selection of dvds, puzzles and Games and children's books. Access to the property is via an independent gravelled driveway with electric gates. It is attached but completely independent from the main property.It has secure off road parking for 2 vehicles. Mwendafye is approximately halfway between Axminster and Honiton. The surrounding countryside is particularly scenic and tranquil and there are many lovely local country walks. There is a public footpath from the farm which goes down to the historic pub in Dalwood – The Tucker's Arms; which was built in 13th century.It is a lovely walk in summer during the day. A map of different walks is provided.We also have some bicycles for hire, should you wish to go cycling (there are a number of cycle events run in the area) There are, however, a lot of hills! Please advise in advance if you would like to use them.Burrow Farm gardens is a few minutes away, and Royal Oak Farm which is just up the road offers cream teas and also has a farm shop. Mwendafye is a cosy, self-contained, Gr II listed character barn conversion. It is on on a farm in E. Devon not far from the Jurassic coast and close to both Dorset and Somerset borders - making it a convenient base for touring all 3 counties.
            house
            2br house
              This charming cottage is amidst beautiful Devon countryside near the town of Axminster and can sleep four people in two bedrooms. Little Greenhayes is situated near the town of Axminster in Devon. The cottage sleeps four people and has one double bedroom, one single bedroom with additional folding single bed on request, a shower room and an open plan living area consisting of a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside the cottage benefits from off road parking for one car and a rear patio garden with furniture. With beaches and stunning coastal walks close by, Little Greenhayes is an ideal base for a family holiday by the coast. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Enclosed patio garden with furniture at rear. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: The cottage is attached to the owners' house but has a private entrance door and garden. Note: Max. 3 adults. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Axminster is a pretty market town in Devon that is well-known for being the location of TV presenter Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's organic shop and canteen. Nestled in peaceful and outstanding countryside, Axminster is a lovely place for unwinding and relaxing. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This charming cottage is amidst beautiful Devon countryside near the town of Axminster and can sleep four people in two bedrooms. Little Greenhayes is situated near the town of Axminster in Devon. The cottage sleeps four people and has one double bedroom, one single bedroom with additional folding single bed on request, a shower room and an open plan living area consisting of a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside the cottage benefits from off road parking for one car and a rear patio garden with furniture. With beaches and stunning coastal walks close by, Little Greenhayes is an ideal base for a family holiday by the coast. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Enclosed patio garden with furniture at rear. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: The cottage is attached to the owners' house but has a private entrance door and garden. Note: Max. 3 adults. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Axminster is a pretty market town in Devon that is well-known for being the location of TV presenter Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's organic shop and canteen. Nestled in peaceful and outstanding countryside, Axminster is a lovely place for unwinding and relaxing. Additional amenities include: cooker.
              house
              2br house
                This charming cottage set in the heart of the Blackdown Hills is a fantastic location for everything from a family vacation to a romantic trip for two. Made from stone with wonderful character beamed ceilings and a hand-made wooden staircase, this charming cottage is surrounded by picture-perfect rolling farmland. Able to sleep up to four people, across one double and one twin room, this lovely cottage makes a great family home-from-home. With use of a hard surface tennis court and undercover table tennis table, and close to the village of Dunkeswell, this property provides a great base for people looking to visit the area. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD. WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travle cot and highchair. Ample off road parking. Enclosed patio with furniture. Some field access. Shared use of undercover table tennis table next to property. Well-maintained hard surface tennis court. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, hotel bar 0.25 miles. Note: There is limited mobile phone reception in this area. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The quaint little village Dunkeswell is situated in the picturesque Blackdown Hills, close to the market town of Honiton, and boasts a shop and traditional country pub. Set in beautiful countryside, this charming, peaceful village is a great place to hide away if you want some well-earned peace and quiet. This little gem of a location is ideally placed for exploring the Jurassic Coast - full of fossil-packed beaches such as Sidmouth and Seaton - the cathedral city of Exeter and the fabulous landscapes that Exmoor has to offer, all a mere twenty-three miles away. Exeter itself possesses a great shopping centre with a wide range of top-brand names, many restaurants and a wonderful museum. Also within easy reach are some more active pastimes in the form or Crealy Adventure Park and Dunkeswell Go Karting, making Dunkeswell a great base for exploring the wider area, whatever your interests. Additional amenities include: ping pong table, tennis court, cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This charming cottage set in the heart of the Blackdown Hills is a fantastic location for everything from a family vacation to a romantic trip for two. Made from stone with wonderful character beamed ceilings and a hand-made wooden staircase, this charming cottage is surrounded by picture-perfect rolling farmland. Able to sleep up to four people, across one double and one twin room, this lovely cottage makes a great family home-from-home. With use of a hard surface tennis court and undercover table tennis table, and close to the village of Dunkeswell, this property provides a great base for people looking to visit the area. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD. WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travle cot and highchair. Ample off road parking. Enclosed patio with furniture. Some field access. Shared use of undercover table tennis table next to property. Well-maintained hard surface tennis court. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, hotel bar 0.25 miles. Note: There is limited mobile phone reception in this area. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The quaint little village Dunkeswell is situated in the picturesque Blackdown Hills, close to the market town of Honiton, and boasts a shop and traditional country pub. Set in beautiful countryside, this charming, peaceful village is a great place to hide away if you want some well-earned peace and quiet. This little gem of a location is ideally placed for exploring the Jurassic Coast - full of fossil-packed beaches such as Sidmouth and Seaton - the cathedral city of Exeter and the fabulous landscapes that Exmoor has to offer, all a mere twenty-three miles away. Exeter itself possesses a great shopping centre with a wide range of top-brand names, many restaurants and a wonderful museum. Also within easy reach are some more active pastimes in the form or Crealy Adventure Park and Dunkeswell Go Karting, making Dunkeswell a great base for exploring the wider area, whatever your interests. Additional amenities include: ping pong table, tennis court, cooker.
                house
                2br house
                • Pets Allowed
                This end terrace barn conversion can sleep four people in two bedrooms in the village of Upottery in Devon. One of three Primrose Farm cottages that visitors can hire, this stone barn has been lovingly converted to offer accommodation for groups of up to four people. For the chilly winter months, Greenfields has been installed with under-floor heating, while a raised deck area provides ample opportunity for al fresco dining in the summer months. It is an end-of-terrace cottage and has been delightfully decorated throughout. There is off-road parking for up to 2 cars, and the local pub is just over a mile away. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Upottery is a pretty village, situated in the heart of the Blackdown Hills. The surrounding area has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers excellent opportunities for bird watching, riverside walks and spotting wildlife. The village takes its name from the River Otter which runs a stone's throw from the village and also lends its name to a local beer. Upottery won the ‘Best Kept Village in Devon' in 2006 and has maintained the standards that won it that title. Thirteen miles away, you can find the fossil beaches of Lyme Regis and Charmouth, part of the West Country's Jurassic Coast. The town of Honiton is just five miles away, whilst the Cathedral City of Exeter is a 20-minute drive. Exeter has all the amenities you would expect from any city, including a fantastic shopping centre and a broad range of bars and restaurants to choose from. Exeter also shows evidence of its Roman origins, sporting Roman walls throughout. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This end terrace barn conversion can sleep four people in two bedrooms in the village of Upottery in Devon. One of three Primrose Farm cottages that visitors can hire, this stone barn has been lovingly converted to offer accommodation for groups of up to four people. For the chilly winter months, Greenfields has been installed with under-floor heating, while a raised deck area provides ample opportunity for al fresco dining in the summer months. It is an end-of-terrace cottage and has been delightfully decorated throughout. There is off-road parking for up to 2 cars, and the local pub is just over a mile away. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Upottery is a pretty village, situated in the heart of the Blackdown Hills. The surrounding area has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers excellent opportunities for bird watching, riverside walks and spotting wildlife. The village takes its name from the River Otter which runs a stone's throw from the village and also lends its name to a local beer. Upottery won the ‘Best Kept Village in Devon' in 2006 and has maintained the standards that won it that title. Thirteen miles away, you can find the fossil beaches of Lyme Regis and Charmouth, part of the West Country's Jurassic Coast. The town of Honiton is just five miles away, whilst the Cathedral City of Exeter is a 20-minute drive. Exeter has all the amenities you would expect from any city, including a fantastic shopping centre and a broad range of bars and restaurants to choose from. Exeter also shows evidence of its Roman origins, sporting Roman walls throughout. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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                2br house
                • Pets Allowed
                Able to sleep four people across a double room and a twin room, this property boasts a cosy sitting room with dining area, a well-quipped fitted kitchen, and a lovely enclosed garden. Just four miles for picturesque Honiton lies the beautifully renovated barn conversion called ‘Stargazer'. This charming, end-terrace property is set over two floors and has been furnished to a very high standard. With a wonderful decked terrace, looking out over the beautiful Blackdown Hills this property has plenty to offer its visitors, not least al fresco dining. With the cathedral city of Exeter, the Devon and Dorset Heritage Coast and the wilds of Exmoor National Park all within easy reach, there is plenty to see and do in the local area during your visit. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, enclosed lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Situated on the Devonshire border with Somerset is the little village of Upottery. Located in the heart of the Blackdown Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – this lovely rural settlement is just five miles from the larger town ofHoniton. The narrow country lanes which wind along fields, hedgerows, woodlands and isolated farmsteads join beautiful thatched cottages, village inns and long country walks to larger market towns – like local Honiton. Once the centre of the UK lace industry, this lovely little settlement boasts a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants and is just fifteen minutes away by car. Well situated for the cathedral city of Exeter, the Devon and Dorset Heritage Coast, and the wilds of Exmoor, this is an excellent base for discovering Devon. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Able to sleep four people across a double room and a twin room, this property boasts a cosy sitting room with dining area, a well-quipped fitted kitchen, and a lovely enclosed garden. Just four miles for picturesque Honiton lies the beautifully renovated barn conversion called ‘Stargazer'. This charming, end-terrace property is set over two floors and has been furnished to a very high standard. With a wonderful decked terrace, looking out over the beautiful Blackdown Hills this property has plenty to offer its visitors, not least al fresco dining. With the cathedral city of Exeter, the Devon and Dorset Heritage Coast and the wilds of Exmoor National Park all within easy reach, there is plenty to see and do in the local area during your visit. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, enclosed lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Situated on the Devonshire border with Somerset is the little village of Upottery. Located in the heart of the Blackdown Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – this lovely rural settlement is just five miles from the larger town ofHoniton. The narrow country lanes which wind along fields, hedgerows, woodlands and isolated farmsteads join beautiful thatched cottages, village inns and long country walks to larger market towns – like local Honiton. Once the centre of the UK lace industry, this lovely little settlement boasts a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants and is just fifteen minutes away by car. Well situated for the cathedral city of Exeter, the Devon and Dorset Heritage Coast, and the wilds of Exmoor, this is an excellent base for discovering Devon. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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                • Pets Allowed
                The small town of Sheldon nestles on the edge of the Blackdown Hills in Devon. The Log Cabin is situated in the grounds of the owner's trout farm. As its name suggests, it is a log cabin, made from pine and it offers accommodation for up to 4 people. The bedrooms and living accommodation are all spread out across one level and the living area has been designed in an open-plan style, comprising a kitchen, dining area and living area that has its own inglenook fireplace, so that you can enjoy the benefits of this region, even in the colder months. Amenities: Electric convector heaters with woodburning stove in sitting area. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV. All electricity inc. in rent, starter pack for woodburning stove provided (extra logs available for purchase). Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Covered veranda with garden furniture, leading to large lawned area (unfenced lake 15 yards, children to be supervised). Two well-behaved pets welcome. Private trout fishing available in lake at extra charge (phone Sykes office for information on cost - 10% reduction for guests). Ample off road parking. Shop & pub 3 miles. (Owner can do basic shop before arrival on request). Note: As this property is situated in a valley, there is no mobile reception. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The Hills are a nationally important landscape and were designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in recognition of the special qualities of its natural and built environment. Being relatively unspoilt, the Hills offer a rare sense of timelessness. A network of hedges, mature hedgerow trees and small copses link a rich mosaic of semi-natural habitats. The area is perfect for walks, cycling and horse riding where the quiet bridleways and byways offer many opportunities to explore and enjoy the locally distinctive buildings, archaeological remains and natural flora and fauna. Sheldon is centrally located to explore attractions further away, such as the City of Exeter with its ancient Cathedral, High Street shopping and arts centres. Historic Honiton is also nearby, giving you a chance to find out more about the honey exports that gave the town its name and, a few miles south, you'll find the unspoilt beaches of Exmouth and the rest of the Jurassic Coast. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. The small town of Sheldon nestles on the edge of the Blackdown Hills in Devon. The Log Cabin is situated in the grounds of the owner's trout farm. As its name suggests, it is a log cabin, made from pine and it offers accommodation for up to 4 people. The bedrooms and living accommodation are all spread out across one level and the living area has been designed in an open-plan style, comprising a kitchen, dining area and living area that has its own inglenook fireplace, so that you can enjoy the benefits of this region, even in the colder months. Amenities: Electric convector heaters with woodburning stove in sitting area. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV. All electricity inc. in rent, starter pack for woodburning stove provided (extra logs available for purchase). Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Covered veranda with garden furniture, leading to large lawned area (unfenced lake 15 yards, children to be supervised). Two well-behaved pets welcome. Private trout fishing available in lake at extra charge (phone Sykes office for information on cost - 10% reduction for guests). Ample off road parking. Shop & pub 3 miles. (Owner can do basic shop before arrival on request). Note: As this property is situated in a valley, there is no mobile reception. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: The Hills are a nationally important landscape and were designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in recognition of the special qualities of its natural and built environment. Being relatively unspoilt, the Hills offer a rare sense of timelessness. A network of hedges, mature hedgerow trees and small copses link a rich mosaic of semi-natural habitats. The area is perfect for walks, cycling and horse riding where the quiet bridleways and byways offer many opportunities to explore and enjoy the locally distinctive buildings, archaeological remains and natural flora and fauna. Sheldon is centrally located to explore attractions further away, such as the City of Exeter with its ancient Cathedral, High Street shopping and arts centres. Historic Honiton is also nearby, giving you a chance to find out more about the honey exports that gave the town its name and, a few miles south, you'll find the unspoilt beaches of Exmouth and the rest of the Jurassic Coast. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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                • Pets Allowed
                One of three holiday cottages situated on Primrose Farm, this property offers accommodation for groups of up to four people and, as its name suggests, has stunning views. Valley View is a cosy and tasteful, single-storey terraced stone barn conversion near Honiton. The cottage sleeps four people in a double and a twin room. There is also a wet room, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. For the winter months, there is oil-fired, under-floor heating which makes the cottage a toasty place to be. In summer, the only place to be is outside in the large, lawned garden that offers ample opportunity for a good, old-fashioned barbeque. This cottage is an idyllic haven for a small family or a group of friends. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Situated in the heart of the Blackdown Hills is the traditional Devon village of Upottery. The Blackdown Hills have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offer excellent opportunities for bird watchers, walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. The 'otter' in the village's name is taken from the nearby River Otter. In 2006, Upottery won the 'Best Kept Village in Devon' and remains a well-tended, well-looked after hamlet that is radiant with flowers in the summer months. History enthusiasts and amateur archaeologists will welcome a chance to visit the fossil beaches of Lyme Regis and Charmouth, part of the West Country's Jurassic Coast. You can easily spend a day here with a fossil-hammer, collecting ammonites, or simply enjoying the rugged coastline. 23 miles away from Upottery, you will find the Cathedral City of Exeter. Exeter is an historic city, boasting original Roman walls, underground passages and a 10th Century Cathedral. In addition, it is well-served by a fantastic shopping centre and a wide range of bars and restaurants to choose from Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. One of three holiday cottages situated on Primrose Farm, this property offers accommodation for groups of up to four people and, as its name suggests, has stunning views. Valley View is a cosy and tasteful, single-storey terraced stone barn conversion near Honiton. The cottage sleeps four people in a double and a twin room. There is also a wet room, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. For the winter months, there is oil-fired, under-floor heating which makes the cottage a toasty place to be. In summer, the only place to be is outside in the large, lawned garden that offers ample opportunity for a good, old-fashioned barbeque. This cottage is an idyllic haven for a small family or a group of friends. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, lawned garden with decked patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Fishing lake. One well-behaved dog welcome. Stabling facilities available by arrangement direct with owner. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 1.5 miles. Note: This property may be suitable for accompanied disabled - please phone for further information. Note: The owners of this property farm Koi Carp thus there is a large fenced pond at this property and children must be supervised. Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea? Town: Situated in the heart of the Blackdown Hills is the traditional Devon village of Upottery. The Blackdown Hills have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offer excellent opportunities for bird watchers, walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. The 'otter' in the village's name is taken from the nearby River Otter. In 2006, Upottery won the 'Best Kept Village in Devon' and remains a well-tended, well-looked after hamlet that is radiant with flowers in the summer months. History enthusiasts and amateur archaeologists will welcome a chance to visit the fossil beaches of Lyme Regis and Charmouth, part of the West Country's Jurassic Coast. You can easily spend a day here with a fossil-hammer, collecting ammonites, or simply enjoying the rugged coastline. 23 miles away from Upottery, you will find the Cathedral City of Exeter. Exeter is an historic city, boasting original Roman walls, underground passages and a 10th Century Cathedral. In addition, it is well-served by a fantastic shopping centre and a wide range of bars and restaurants to choose from Additional amenities include: cooker.
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                  Harvest Moon is a semi-detached holiday property adjacent to Hunters Moon near Feniton, Devon. These holiday properties have been beautifully converted from a 400-year-old threshing barn, situated on a quiet, semi-working farm in the tiny hamlet of Curscombe. Surrounded by picturesque fields, Harvest Moon is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Devon, where you can walk your dog, paddle in the stream or have a picnic. There are wonderful views, abundant birdlife, and wildlife including foxes, deer, badgers and hares are often spotted. The self catering accommodation is separate and private and each holiday cottage has its own private garden with dog-proof fencing. Hunters Moon and Harvest Moon can be booked as a combination - please click here for details. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps eight guests. * Four bedrooms, one shower room, one en-suite bathroom and one family bathroom. * Wood burning stove. * Large, fully enclosed garden. * Parking for four vehicles. * Well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog), kept to the ground floor please. * WiFi. * Minimum of a three night stay. Additional features * Oil-fired underfloor heating on ground floor. * Electric range cooker with ceramic hob, microwave, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher. * Washing machine, tumble dryer. * Two televisions both with basic Sky package, DVD and CD player. * Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. * Barbecue and garden furniture. Attractions and nearby amenities * The village of Fenition, just one mile away down a country lane, has a post office and church. * The market town and antique centre of Honiton is only four miles away, boasting a variety of small independent shops along with the usual facilities. * The nearest pub has a large beer garden bordered by the River Otter, sells good food and is just three miles away. * The nearest beach at Sidmouth is just 10 miles away, with many other beaches within easy driving reach. * For fossil enthusiasts, the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is a 30 minute drive away. * There are many attractions in the area, with Exeter, Dartmoor, Exmoor and both coasts within easy reach for a day out. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. Harvest Moon is a semi-detached holiday property adjacent to Hunters Moon near Feniton, Devon. These holiday properties have been beautifully converted from a 400-year-old threshing barn, situated on a quiet, semi-working farm in the tiny hamlet of Curscombe. Surrounded by picturesque fields, Harvest Moon is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Devon, where you can walk your dog, paddle in the stream or have a picnic. There are wonderful views, abundant birdlife, and wildlife including foxes, deer, badgers and hares are often spotted. The self catering accommodation is separate and private and each holiday cottage has its own private garden with dog-proof fencing. Hunters Moon and Harvest Moon can be booked as a combination - please click here for details. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps eight guests. * Four bedrooms, one shower room, one en-suite bathroom and one family bathroom. * Wood burning stove. * Large, fully enclosed garden. * Parking for four vehicles. * Well behaved dogs are welcome, kept to the ground floor please. * WiFi. * Minimum of a three night stay. Additional features * Oil-fired underfloor heating on ground floor. * Electric range cooker with ceramic hob, microwave, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher. * Washing machine, tumble dryer. * Two televisions both with basic Sky package, DVD and CD player. * Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. * Barbecue and garden furniture. Attractions and nearby amenities * The village of Fenition, just one mile away down a country lane, has a post office and church. * The market town and antique centre of Honiton is only four miles away, boasting a variety of small independent shops along with the usual facilities. * The nearest pub has a large beer garden bordered by the River Otter, sells good food and is just three miles away. * The nearest beach at Sidmouth is just 10 miles away, with many other beaches within easy driving reach. * For fossil enthusiasts, the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is a 30 minute drive away. * There are many attractions in the area, with Exeter, Dartmoor, Exmoor and both coasts within easy reach for a day out. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.
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                    Jenny's Croft is a 4 Star Gold Award winning restoration of a Grade II listed traditional barn located in the quiet hamlet of Glassonby in the middle of the Eden Valley. Views over the rolling hills of the Valley are the main feature of Jenny's Croft and its private entrance, parking area and outlook make the best of this. The recent renovation of Jenny's Croft which dates back to the 1600s, brings this barn back into habitation for the first time since 1764. It retains many of its original features including beams, open fireplaces, stone staircases, stone walls, original old fashioned door heights (some low) and terraced gardens and fields. Jenny's Croft is furnished throughout with antiques and incorporate Solar hot water heating. Though Jenny's Croft is no longer part of a working farm, its position on one of the higher hills in the Eden Valley gives its gardens amazing views towards the Pennines and the rolling countryside that has seen this area in Cumbria declared one of the UK's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Other properties to be found within the grounds are Glassonby Old Hall, sleeping eight guests and Elk Cottage, sleeping four guests. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps four guests. * Two bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom and one en-suite shower room. * Wood burning stove. * Gated sandstone courtyard with steps up to the lawned gardens. * Onsite parking. * Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome. However, please ensure they are kept to the ground floor and off the furniture. * Please beware of some low doorways. * WiFi. * Minimum of a two night stay. Additional features * Electric hob and separate oven, microwave, American fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. * Large screen LCD TV, DVD player, iPod docking system. * Telephone. * Cot, high chair and stairgate available. * Weber barbecue with locally sourced charcoal provided for guest use. * Sustainable plantation teak garden furniture. Attractions and nearby amenities * There is a village shop one and a half miles from Glassonby, in Kirkoswald which also has two local pubs. * Bicycle hire and fishing nearby. * There are some great walks starting from the front door of Jenny's Croft including a walk along from Dale Raven along the banks of the River Eden, a walk to Lacey's Caves along the Eden River and a walk to the Long Meg Stone Circle (the second largest in England). * Fabulous hikes up Helvellyn. * Canoes and sailboats available to hire from the Glenridding Sailing Centre. * Pony treks from Rookin House Farm. * The charming nearby Cumbrian village of Melmerby, where the nationally acclaimed organic Village Bakery and the Shepherd's Inn Pub provide great food and local ales. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. Jenny's Croft is a 4 Star Gold Award winning restoration of a Grade II listed traditional barn located in the quiet hamlet of Glassonby in the middle of the Eden Valley. Views over the rolling hills of the Valley are the main feature of Jenny's Croft and its private entrance, parking area and outlook make the best of this. The recent renovation of Jenny's Croft which dates back to the 1600s, brings this barn back into habitation for the first time since 1764. It retains many of its original features including beams, open fireplaces, stone staircases, stone walls, original old fashioned door heights (some low) and terraced gardens and fields. Jenny's Croft is furnished throughout with antiques and incorporate Solar hot water heating. Though Jenny's Croft is no longer part of a working farm, its position on one of the higher hills in the Eden Valley gives its gardens amazing views towards the Pennines and the rolling countryside that has seen this area in Cumbria declared one of the UK's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Other properties to be found within the grounds are Glassonby Old Hall, sleeping eight guests and Elk Cottage, sleeping four guests. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps four guests. * Two bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom and one en-suite shower room. * Wood burning stove. * Gated sandstone courtyard with steps up to the lawned gardens. * Onsite parking. * Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome. However, please ensure they are kept to the ground floor and off the furniture. * Please beware of some low doorways. * WiFi. * Minimum of a two night stay. Additional features * Electric hob and separate oven, microwave, American fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. * Large screen LCD TV, DVD player, iPod docking system. * Telephone. * Cot, high chair and starigate available. * Weber barbecue with locally sourced charcoal provided for guest use. * Sustainable plantation teak garden furniture, croquet set. Attractions and nearby amenities * There is a village shop one and a half miles from Glassonby, in Kirkoswald which also has two local pubs. * Bicycle hire and fishing nearby. * There are some great walks starting from the front door of Jenny's Croft including a walk along from Dale Raven along the banks of the River Eden, a walk to Lacey's Caves along the Eden River and a walk to the Long Meg Stone Circle (the second largest in England). * Fabulous hikes up Helvellyn. * Canoes and sailboats available to hire from the Glenridding Sailing Centre. * Pony treks from Rookin House Farm. * The charming nearby Cumbrian village of Melmerby, where the nationally acclaimed organic Village Bakery and the Shepherd's Inn Pub provide great food and local ales. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. 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                    2br house
                      Hunters Moon is a semi-detached holiday property adjacent to Harvest Moon near Feniton, Devon. These holiday properties have been beautifully converted from a 400-year-old threshing barn, situated on a quiet, semi-working farm in the tiny hamlet of Curscombe. Surrounded by picturesque fields, Harvest Moon is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Devon, where you can walk your dog, paddle in the stream or have a picnic. There are wonderful views, abundant birdlife, and wildlife including foxes, deer, badgers and hares are often spotted. The self catering accommodation is separate and private and each holiday cottage has its own private garden with dog-proof fencing. Hunters Moon and Harvest Moon can be booked as a combination - please click here for details. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps four guests. * Two bedrooms * One en-suite bathroom with shower over and one en-suite shower room. * Wood burning stove. * Fully enclosed garden. * Parking for two vehicles. * Well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge), kept to the ground floor please. * WiFi. * Minimum of a two night stay. Additional features * Oil-fired underfloor heating on ground floor. * Electric double oven with ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher. * Washing machine, tumble dryer. * TV with Sky basic package, DVD and CD player. * Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. * Garden furniture and barbecue. Attractions and nearby amenities * The village of Fenition, just one mile away down a country lane, has a post office and church. * The market town and antique centre of Honiton is only four miles away, boasting a variety of small independent shops along with the usual facilities. * The nearest pub has a large beer garden bordered by the River Otter, sells good food and is just three miles away. * The nearest beach at Sidmouth is just 10 miles away, with many other beaches within easy driving reach. * For fossil enthusiasts, the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is a 30 minute drive away. * There are many attractions in the area, with Exeter, Dartmoor, Exmoor and both coasts within easy reach for a day out. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. Hunters Moon is a semi-detached holiday property adjacent to Harvest Moon near Feniton, Devon. These holiday properties have been beautifully converted from a 400-year-old threshing barn, situated on a quiet, semi-working farm in the tiny hamlet of Curscombe. Surrounded by picturesque fields, Harvest Moon is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Devon, where you can walk your dog, paddle in the stream or have a picnic. There are wonderful views, abundant birdlife, and wildlife including foxes, deer, badgers and hares are often spotted. The self catering accommodation is separate and private and each holiday cottage has its own private garden with dog-proof fencing. Hunters Moon and Harvest Moon can be booked as a combination - please click here for details. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps four guests. * Two bedrooms * One en-suite bathroom with shower over and one en-suite shower room. * Wood burning stove. * Fully enclosed garden. * Parking for two vehicles. * Well behaved dogs are welcome, kept to the ground floor please. * WiFi. * Minimum of a two night stay. Additional features * Oil-fired underfloor heating on ground floor. * Electric double oven with ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher. * Washing machine, tumble dryer. * TV with Sky basic package, DVD and CD player. * Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. * Garden furniture and barbecue. Attractions and nearby amenities * The village of Fenition, just one mile away down a country lane, has a post office and church. * The market town and antique centre of Honiton is only four miles away, boasting a variety of small independent shops along with the usual facilities. * The nearest pub has a large beer garden bordered by the River Otter, sells good food and is just three miles away. * The nearest beach at Sidmouth is just 10 miles away, with many other beaches within easy driving reach. * For fossil enthusiasts, the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is a 30 minute drive away. * There are many attractions in the area, with Exeter, Dartmoor, Exmoor and both coasts within easy reach for a day out. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      2 reviews
                      3br cottage
                        Our delightful cottages are situated within the stunning Blackdown hills offering magnificent unspoiled views over the valley, ensuring a peaceful stay. Attention to detail and much pride have earned our two cottages a 5 Star Gold rating year on year. Each cottage has Sky, Wifi, a large flat screen TV plus DVD player and an i-pod docking station. Our cottages are full of character and combine stylish decor with cosy log burning stoves. All essential modern accessories- microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. The 5 acres of private grounds around the cottages gives abundant space for the children to play, whilst running safely and freely and they can have fun on our swings and clatterbridge. We provide a range of outdoor sporting equipment including rounders and badminton, footballs and frisbees. Village tennis courts and golf course are within walking distance for the more active guests. Upottery village is an 8 minute walk away. Twice winner of Devon's Best kept village award, it has a welcoming pub restaurant and historic church dating from 1180. We are only a 20 minute drive away from some of Britain's best beaches such as Lyme Regis, Branscombe and Beer or why not try one of the cookery courses at the famous 'River Cottage'. Beautiful walks on Dartmoor or Exmoor or the stunning Golden Cap walk between Bridport and Charmouth. The pretty market town of Honiton is a 10 minute drive, well known for its antique shops with great restaurants and cafes. If you don't fancy eating out then why not use our brick barbeque and picnic tables and enjoy dinner in your own tranquil setting. A welcome tea tray and welcome gift pack of a selection of local foods ranging from cheeses, chutneys and award winning ice cream awaits you on your arrival.
                        cottage
                        3br cottage
                          The Cowbyre is a comfortable and tastefully decorated split level barn conversion. It has an open plan kitchen and living area complete with a wood burning stove. The Cowbyre has 3 en-suite bedrooms and can sleep 6 guests in comfort. Bidwell Farm sits in 5 acres of unspoilt Devon countryside.
                          cottage
                          Excellent
                          13 reviews
                          2br cottage
                            The two bedroomed cottage has full central heating and lovely views it is all on one level and can accommodate 4/6 people . It has a double bed in one bedroom and two singles in the other with a double bed settee in the lounge. The large lounge is very cosy with an inglenook fireplace with woodburner. The fully fitted kitchen is complete with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. There is a shower and bath in the bathroom. Outside there is a south facing patio with picnic table and ample private parking. Perrryhill Farm is a small working farm with calves, sheep, geese, runner ducks and chickens and guests are welcome to help collect the eggs. The fields border the River Coly where you can stroll or picnic at your leisure petting our beautiful Arab mare along the way. WiFi Access available. Open all year, shortbreaks available. Rates are for 4 people staying additional people (max 2 extra) are charged at ÂŁ50 per person per week. Long term rental available out of season Short breaks are available out of season. Out and About in Devon Bicton Park and Gardens - Lovely gardens with railway, various concerts held in summer Escot - Beautiful Days - Adventure gardens, various concerts and other activities held Killerton House - National Trust property with various concerts and other events held. Crealy Park - Adventure Farm/Water park. Golf and swimming pools at Honiton and Sidmouth - Honiton golf club less than 3 miles! Horse Riding, Farway - Devenish Pitt. Local country markets - Honiton and Ottery St Mary - tar barrels 5th November. Donkey Sanctuary - At Sidmouth - walk with the donkeys. Pecorama at Seaton Beer Caves at Beer Historic Exeter University City - with excellent range of shops, underground caves. Dartmoor and Exmoor - both within range, beautiful wilderness in there own right. Wiscombe hill climb - Various hill climbs throughout the year. Honiton Agricultural Show - 1st Thursday in August. Honiton Hill Rally- Sunday/Monday August Bank Holiday weekend Devon County Show - 17th - 18th- 19th May. Woodlands Adventure Park - Sign in|Report Abuse|Print Page|Remove Access|Powered By Google Perryhill Farm Cottage is a 4 star rated holiday cottage situated in the beautiful Coly Valley, designated an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, deep in the East Devon Countryside and close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast see (website: hidden) If you are looking for peace and quiet, beautiful views cosy accommodation you will not be disappointed.....
                            cottage
                            Excellent
                            3 reviews
                            3br cottage
                            • Pets Allowed
                            A luxury three bedroom cottage, a perfect retreat for families or a group of friends. Wisteria cottage sleeps up to five people in a double (with en suite bathroom) and a single room upstairs and a bedroom downstairs that can be made up as two singles or a super kingsize double. The cosy lounge has a large inglenook fireplace, home to a log burner for those cosy evenings in during the cooler months. The large fully equipped kitchen looks out over the back gardens and patio where garden table and chairs are provided for alfresco dining. Wisteria cottage is situated in the Blackdown Hills AONB, a quiet countryside location just 10 minutes drive away from Honiton. The views across the Otter Valley are stunning and anyone that enjoys walking / hiking won't be disappointed with the number of footpaths/bridleways on the doorstep. Dartmoor and Exmoor national Parks are also within easy reach as is the Jurrasic Coast and SouthWest coast path if you can bear to leave the Blackdown Hills. After a day exploring the local area relax those aching muscles in our HOT TUB, heated to 38 degrees it is enjoyed all year round and at any time of day. Sit and admire the views by day or look for shooting stars at night. If you've any energy left there is table tennis, air hockey, pool and darts to enjoy in the recreation barns. Devon has plenty of attractions but we are also close to the Dorset and Somerset borders if you wnated to explore these counties as well. Dog welcome at an extra charge of ÂŁ25 per week. The market town of Honiton is the Gateway to the West Country, famous for its lace making and renowned for its antique shops. Street Markets are held on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Allhallows museum is well worth a visit if you are in town. Illuminated carnivals are held in the town in October and December. Experience Honiton Hot Pennies day which takes place the first Tuesday after 19th July. Dating back to the 13th century when Honiton was granted a Royal Charter. Pet friendly Devon cottage in quiet countryside location with stunning views. Facilities include large gardens and patio, hot tub,games room with pool table,air hockey,darts and table tennis. Free WiFi. Parking. Perfect for families or couples looking for peace & quiet.
                            cottage
                            Good
                            10 reviews
                            2br cottage
                              Accommodation Daisy Cottage is a newly renovated 2 bedroom barn conversion. It is extremely well insulated keeping it cool in summer and warm in winter. The cottage faces south-west and so is in the sun for most of the day. The ground floor provides a light and airy open-plan living area with a newly fitted kitchen, dining table and a lounge area with cosy wood burner. Full height windows extend the living space, opening out onto a south-facing patio and graveled courtyard that provide the perfect suntrap from which to enjoy a morning cup of tea or al-fresco dining. The modern bathroom includes a shower over the bath and under floor heating. Upstairs there are two comfortable bedrooms with exposed beams and stripped wood floors, reflecting the character of the original building. The single bedroom has plenty of space for an additional folding bed and a cot that can be supplied on request. Facilities and services Bed linen and towels included. Electric heating and logs for wood burner included. Space for a folding bed and/or cot for additional infant in the single bedroom - please request when booking if required. Highchair and stair gate also available on request. WiFi access available on site. THERE ARE NO HIDDEN EXTRAS There is a childrens play area with slide, swing, tree house and trampoline. Amenities There is a mini market at the local garage at Wilmington stocking fresh milk and bread and a basic range of groceries. Also in Wilmington, there is a small farm shop and a thatched pub serving a range of local beers and good local food. The market town of Honiton (4 miles) has a good range of local shops and a twice weekly street market. Similarly Axminster (7 miles), has a weekly market and boasts the Riverside Cottage shop. Colyton is a smaller town, with interesting little shops, including the award winning Colyton Butchers. The entire area is rich with excellent country pubs, restaurants and coffee shops. We will be pleased to provide you with our recommendations. The Roman city of Exeter with its beautiful cathedral and green, and Taunton, the county town of Somerset, are both approximately 18 miles distant. For shoppers, either of these offers a full range of High Street chain stores and individual shops. Recreation Daisy cottage is well situated for walkers with an excellent network of paths and tracks through the beautiful Devon countryside, many of which can be started from your own front door. The East Devon Way passes within a mile of the cottage, and the spectacular South West Coastal path is nearby. Slightly further afield, but within easy driving distance, are Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Blackdown Hills. The coast is close at hand with the picturesque villages of Beer and Branscombe (6 miles), the Regency town of Sidmouth (12 miles), historic Lyme Regis (12 miles) and Seaton (6 miles). At Colyton, there is the Seaton Tramway with vintage trams running to Seaton. Many other local attractions, gardens and National Trust properties are close at hand. Colyton is a small medieval country town nestling in the Axe Valley with the babbling River Coly flowing through its heart. When passing through you will feel impelled to stop, attracted by its wealth of tiny streets, interesting houses from medieval to modern and fascinating choice of shops, galleries and pubs. Colyton boasts one of the prettiest stations in East Devon with trams regularly departing to the Jurassic Coast town of Seaton, just three miles away along the stunning Axe Estuary. The countryside around is completely unspoilt and as you drive or walk around you will pass through small hamlets and villages such as Northleigh and Farway. Farms in these patrs are mainly Dairy, many of which are still family run and often date back hundreds of years. The Jurassic coast is close at hand with small town of Seaton, picturesque villages of Beer and Branscombe, the Regency town of Sidmouth and historic Lyme Regis all being close at hand. For fossil hunters, the coast between Lyme Regis and Charmouth holds many treasures. Daisy Cottage is a cosy 2 bedroom barn conversion nestling in a sheltered valley with beautiful views. Tucked away down a pretty Devon lane in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this is the perfect location for a quiet get away from it all holiday in any season
                              cottage
                              Excellent
                              11 reviews
                              2br cottage
                                Barn conversion cottage on working dairy farm, on edge of small rural village, overlooking the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Modern interiors. 2.5 miles from market town of Honiton and 10 miles to coastal town of Sidmouth. Easy access to many attractions, moorland and natural beauty. Suitable for families wanting a relaxing holiday, walkers and cyclists wanting to explore the hills and valleys of East Devon or business people needing to be in the area close to M5 J28 or A30 - A303. The cottage is pet free and smoke free. Play area for under 5's - preschool children. Famous for Lace - Honiton through the ages has been an important stopping place for people travelling to the West Country. It is an ideal stopping area and close to the coast and moorland. The main town has a wide high street with many interesting shops. There are still private individual shops and eateries many serving local foods. The surrounding area of Honiton has many small rural villages - Gittisham and Broadhembury are mainly thatched villages and owned by private estates. Just 7 miles to the south coast and famous town of Sidmouth, where there are steep sandstone cliffs and part of the Jurassic coast. There is so much to see and do in this area, National Trust properties, quaint villages, bustling City of Exeter, interesting waterways - canals, coast and rivers. 10 miles to the coast at Sidmouth, Exmouth & Lyme Regis (25 mins). Rural location yet only half a mile to village pub and 2.5 miles to Honiton town centre where there is an abundance of coffee houses, restaurants and individual shops, also swimming pool & sports centre. Walkers & Cyclists,circular walks from many of the local village centres, or S W Coastal path. Pet free cott
                                cottage
                                Poor
                                1 review
                                3br cottage
                                  Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Devon countryside roaming over our 70 acres of pasture and ancient woodland abounding with wildlife. Chill out in the peace and tranquillity of well equipped self catering barns enjoying idyllic views over grazing sheep and cattle. Roam our ancient woodland abounding with wildlife or the nearby Jurassic Coast. Meet prize winning rare Berkshire sows and their piglets. Three bedrooms one double, one twin/double and one twin plus bedsettee in the sitting room. Sitting room with patio doors opening on to the garden. Family bathroom with bath and separate shower. Fully fitted kitchen and toilet/cloakroom on ground floor. Large spacious sitting room with patio doors on to the garden, fitted kitchen and large dining area. Our "Piggy Weekends", "Pigkeeping Courses" or "Lambing weekends" make a unique gift. Open all year Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Devon countryside roaming over our 70 acres of pasture and ancient woodland abounding with wildlife.
                                  barn
                                  Excellent
                                  4 reviews
                                  4br barn
                                    Michael's Port is located in The Blackdown Hills which is an area of Out Standing Natural Beauty. Michael's Port is a superbly converted barn allowing comfort and space for sharing families, couples and groups. Awarded 5* by Visit Britain it has all you require for your holiday. Its centrally located to the Jurassic Coast and the City of Exeter all within 30 minutes drive with the advantage of avoiding the hustle and bustle. Michael's Port is clean, easy to maintain and has been converted to a high standard. It is especially great for all generations to holiday together with its open plan living, all en-suite bath or shower rooms and is wheel chair accessible. The large kitchen and dinning area is at the heart of the property and retains many original features with high ceilings, stone work and lots of natural light. All bedrooms have either en-suite bathroom or shower room and all linen is provided. There is ample storage within the property with all bespoke and antique furniture. It has a separate utility and WC so plenty of room for your guests. The lounge is again light with high ceilings and patio doors with three large sofa's and plasma TV & DVD.The garden is enclosed & private with large lawn and patio area with garden furniture and BBQ. The garden is overlooked by the kitchen and lounge where four patio doors open up making it perfect for alfresco dinning. There is parking for 4 cars which is off road and easy accessible to the property. Michael's Port is based at The Rising Sun Farm, the owners are your only neighbors and you are welcome to enjoy our large garden and collect eggs from our free range chickens. The Rising Sun Farm has not been a working farm for 25years. There is a welcome pack to get you started and plenty of tourists information and free WIFI. We are happy to negoiate on our pricing depending on our booking & availablilty. Please note in the high season (Summer Holidays) we have a Friday Changeover and that we have a 1 week minimum stay. Dogs are welcome at no extra stay. We would be happy to negoiate on a price for groups larger or smaller than 8 guests. We only except a minimum of three nights throughout the year. You are welcome to stay for a shorter time but will have to pay for a three night stay. Due to technical issues with the site I have had to put the following prices in this area. I apologise for any inconvenience. Spring Low Season: 3 Nights £400. 7 nights £700 except for Easter when 3 nights is £500. 7 nights £850. Summer High Season (school holidays): 1 week bookings only available at £1100. Autumn Low Season: 3 Nights £400. 7 Nights at £700. Christmas £1000 or may be negotiable. New Year £1000 or may be negotiable. I am attempting to address the issues with Holiday lettings and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. East Devon is a beautiful area with traditional sea side towns such as Lyme Regis and Sidmouth. There are plenty of coastal paths to explore with breath taking scenery. The are many family attractions such as Creally, Escot and the Donkey Sanctuary for all ages and interests. The area has many great towns and villages with quaint country pubs and restaurants for foodies to enjoy. East Devon has a laid back and warm atmosphere for visitors to the area. Michael's Port is the perfect holiday destination for family holidays especially for all generations to be together. Its open-plan living, en-suite facilities and three living area's allows plenty of space. We only except a minimum stay of three nights throughout the year. No Splash Pool available at property.
                                    cottage
                                    Excellent
                                    31 reviews
                                    1br cottage
                                      Orchard View is completely self contained with lovely gardens and orchard of approx; half an acre around it,parking close by and a further 14 acres of land which is currently a PYO fruit and vegetable farm. It adjoins our grade ll listed farmhouse at the far end of the property. Furnished to a very high standard.Orchard View is an ideal all year round retreat with;- *A good sized open-plan lounge/bedroom comfortably furnished with double bed,settee,woodburner-style electric stove and central heating. *Separate modern kitchen(electric cooker,microwave,fridge-freezer and washing machine. *Separate wet room with underfloor heating and heated towel rail We also have a farm shop selling own and local produce and a tea room serving "award winning cream teas" -morning coffees and light lunches. (viewings on trip advisor) sorry no pets Orchard View boasts well maintained large garden and orchard All bedding,linen,towels and electricity are included in the price. 14 acres of farmland with magnificient views. own chickens,free range pigs and sheep PYO soft fruit and veg in summer months Free wi-fi Approx 20 minutes to jurassic coast beaches of charmouth,lyme regis,and regency town of sidmouth
                                      farmhouse barn
                                      Excellent
                                      29 reviews
                                      1br farmhouse barn
                                        The accommodation is a 1 bedroom self-contained annex to the main house and is available on a self catering basis. It has a large double bedroom, a handmade kitchen with all facilities, a toilet/shower room and a lounge/dining room with a fantastic picture window looking out over the farm and valley. The lounge also has a bed settee which can be used for children if desired. The annex is part of the main house at Little Snodwell Farm, which is a grade II listed thatched Devon longhouse dating back to 1750. Little Snodwell Farm is a small organic farm with pedigree dairy goats, rare breed pigs & sheep and a selection of chickens, ducks and turkeys. Guests are more than welcome to watch or help with feeding the animals, collecting the eggs or even milking the very friendly goats. We can also provide milk, eggs, cheese, bacon and sausages for the perfect breakfast with zero food miles! We also have a hot tub available with fantastic views. The hot tub is chargeable at ÂŁ10 for the day. This covers the heating, chemicals and cleaning. The Blackdown Hills form a tranquil, beautiful, and relatively isolated landscape on the Devon and Somerset border. Steep ridges, high plateau, valleys and springs create a charming mosaic of countryside dotted with farms, villages and ancient features. This special place is home to wildlife and people, with valuable habitats existing alongside living, working communities. Unique geology creates an exceptional environment where rare plant, insect and invertebrate species can flourish. The Blackdown Hills have been protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) since 1991. 1 bedroom thatched cottage attached to the main farmhouse. Guests are more than welcome to watch or help with feeding the animals, collecting the eggs or even milking the very friendly goats. We also have a hot tub available with fantastic views. We can also provide milk, eggs, cheese, bacon and sausages for the perfect breakfast with zero food miles!
                                        lodge
                                        Excellent
                                        13 reviews
                                        2br lodge
                                        • Pets Allowed
                                        Idyllic quiet rural location in the Black down Hills with stunning views, gardens and grounds including a well stocked lake with plenty of wildlife. Walks or cycling from the door, only 20 minutes from the Jurassic Coast. Local pubs (dog friendly) serving good food. The lodge is spacious and we are told photos don't do it justice. With luxury accommodation, the kitchen is modern and very well equipped. The living area has a wood burner to give that extra cosy atmosphere. It has 2 large bedrooms one is set up with a Super King (link attached) plus a single making it a useful family room, with en suite. The second bedroom is set up with twin beds and has a large wetroom opposite. Wifi is available throughout. Dogs are charged at ÂŁ15 per week per dog. We are in a quiet rural country location set in the side of the valley with lovely gardens and grounds which guests are welcome to enjoy. We even have a paddock where children can play (once the horses are out!) The gardens are well tended beautiful and the lake is great to stroll around. The far reaching views from the lodge take in the valley.
                                        cottage
                                        2br cottage
                                          Delightful Grade 2 listed cottage in a quiet and picturesque thatched Devon village set in rolling countryside. The house is beautifully decorated, light and comfortable with a secluded garden and country views.Gittisham is close to lovely beaches and good local shops. Although small, this idyllic cottage is full of character and has been sensitively renovated into a wonderful contemporary space to make it light and airy whilst still retaining its period features. The pretty upstairs bedroom has a comfortable double bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Downstairs, there is another attractive bedroom with a single bed and an additional pull-out bed. The sitting room is open plan and has a dining table which expands to seat 4. There is a low beam in the sitting room so taller guests have to watch their head, although I am 5'11" and have had no problems! This leads through to the light and well-equipped kitchen with a door to the garden, and a downstairs family bathroom with a bath. The house sleeps 3 adults comfortably or would be ideal for a small family. There are lovely views from the garden which has two small areas of lawn, flower beds and a deck with table, chairs and an umbrella.The house is near the village green and situated opposite a beautiful 14th Century church. There is parking right outside the house. Gittisham is set in rolling countryside but is close to excellent local shops and amenities and is twenty minutes from the coast. I spend most of the year in South Africa so sadly will rarely meet guests, but my lovely neighbour Carol manages the cottage and will be there to help in any way she can. . Delightful Grade 2 listed cottage in a quiet and picturesque thatched Devon village set in rolling countryside. The house is beautifully decorated, light and comfortable with a secluded garden and country views.Gittisham is close to lovely beaches and good local shops.
                                          Home/Apartment
                                          Good
                                          26 reviews
                                          2br Home/Apartment
                                          • Wifi
                                          • Pets Allowed
                                          • Parking
                                          The SpaceCosy Neuk is a lovely 1930s wooden bungalow hidden away in the Blackdown hills in an area of outstanding natural beauty. . Amazing walks and 20 mins to the coastline. Enjoy total seclusion . A host of wild life in residence too. The bungalow is still being renovated bit by bit and is an ongoing project. The house is totally private and enjoys stunning panoramic views of the Blackdown Hills. It has a double bedroom with one double bed and a small room with a single bed and one that pulls out from underneath which would accommodate a small child. It is suitable for a couple and at the most 2 young children. I would note that all 4 rooms of the bungalow are quite small. At the moment there is no internet so you would need to bring a dongle. The house is very simply kitted out and to be honest you will probably enjoy the time there without all the electronic trappings ! lovely space for children to play safely.(See the note about the pond and the redundant greenhouse though) Everything that is at the property and the garden. I must request that there are no vehicles driven on the meadow as it is home to many little creatures and also a host of wild meadow flowers. This is my home so if you use any of my provisions please replace them. The cupboard by the window in the kitchen has my personal bits and pieces in so please leave alone ! Air b@b is built on trust and Im sure you will honour that. I will meet you if I can or let you know how to let yourself in. I will make sure you know where everything is and give a number to call if there are any queries There are many lovely walks and access to wonderful coastlines. The market town of Bridport is only 30 minutes away which is situated next to West Bay, the home of the famous cliffs and backdrop to TV's Broadchurch. Exeter is about a 40 minute drive. The jurassic coastline has stunning beaches and a haven for fossil hunters. There is no public transport near the cottage. It is situated between Axminster and Honiton which both are on the South west train route to Exeter from Waterloo. A car is a necessity to visit all the places around. There is a farm called Royal Oak nearby which has a shop selling local produce and also does amazing cream teas and lunches. This is a 10 minute walk .The nearest pub is in Dalwood called the Tuckers Arms, a lovely C16th thatched building with delicious food, about 15 minutes in the car, very long walk ! Exeter airport is about 40 minutes away. River cottage canteen is situated in Axminster, a great place for sunday lunch, but booking recommended. 1 very well behaved dog is welcome as long as the owner clears up after it. Dog mess all over the garden is really horrible. Please let me know if you are bringing a dog. I may consider 2 dogs depending on their size and hairiness! I am hoping that anyone with a dog will make an extra effort to clean up before leaving as dog hairs make extra work ! There is a small pond in the garden so anyone with very small children should be extra aware of this. Guest AccessEverything that is at the property and the garden. I must request that there are no vehicles driven on the meadow as it is home to many little creatures and also a host of wild meadow flowers. This is my home so if you use any of my provisions please replace them. The cupboard by the window in the kitchen has my personal bits and pieces in so please leave alone ! Air b@b is built on trust and Im sure you will honour that. Interaction with GuestsI will meet you if I can or let you know how to let yourself in. I will make sure you know where everything is and give a number to call if there are any queries The NeighborhoodThere are many lovely walks and access to wonderful coastlines. The market town of Bridport is only 30 minutes away which is situated next to West Bay, the home of the famous cliffs and backdrop to TV's Broadchurch. Exeter is about a 40 minute drive. The jurassic coastline has stunning beaches and a haven for fossil hunters. Getting AroundThere is no public transport near the cottage. It is situated between Axminster and Honiton which both are on the South west train route to Exeter from Waterloo. A car is a necessity to visit all the places around. There is a farm called Royal Oak nearby which has a shop selling local produce and also does amazing cream teas and lunches. This is a 10 minute walk .The nearest pub is in Dalwood called the Tuckers Arms, a lovely C16th thatched building with delicious food, about 15 minutes in the car, very long walk ! Exeter airport is about 40 minutes away. River cottage canteen is situated in Axminster, a great place for sunday lunch, but booking recommended. Other Things to Note1 very well behaved dog is welcome as long as the owner clears up after it. Dog mess all over the garden is really horrible. Please let me know if you are bringing a dog. I may consider 2 dogs depending on their size and hairiness! I am hoping that anyone with a dog will make an extra effort to clean up before leaving as dog hairs make extra work ! There is a small pond in the garden so anyone with very small children should be extra aware of this.
                                          Home/Apartment
                                          1br Home/Apartment
                                          • Wifi
                                          • Breakfast
                                          • Parking
                                          The SpaceThis barn conversion (situated on a small farm in East Devon) has recently been completed and is now a self contained annexe to the original farmhouse which is believed to have been built in the 1700s. It is called 'Talala' which means 'peaceful'. The upstairs bedroom has a comfortable king size bed, a built in cupboard with hanging space and shelves,and a dressing table and is carpeted throughout. A unique feature of the bedroom are the original exposed beams. The bedroom window looks out over the surrounding fields where deer are often seen in the early morning. Please note that the stairs leading to the bedroom are not gated so it is not ideal for small children . We can provide a chairbed in the bedroom, however, for older children.Fresh linen and towels, a hair-dryer and alarm clock/radio are included. The upstairs bathroom also has exposed beams and is simply decorated with mahogany cupboards, a large corner bath, heated towel rail and hand shower. The sitting room has seating for 6, slate flooring, a log fire burner and big flat screen TV with dvd player. There is a double sofa bed which can sleep 2 people. There is a gated doorway leading through to the dining/kitchen area where there is a sink, fridge,freezer, dishwasher,microwave, toaster, kettle,hotplate,8-in-1 Multi Chef (you can roast, steam, slow cook, sauté, boil, grill, fry and bake in it.)an iron and ironing board and crockery and cutlery. Provisions for a continental breakfast are supplied. The diningroom table can seat 4. There is no washing machine but should you need any washing done, please tell your host and it can be done for you in the farmhouse. Guest AccessGuests do have access to a private garden where they can relax and have a barbecue. . We do have livestock and dogs on the farm so please make sure gates are kept closed at all times- particularly the ones leading to the road. We also have a big pond so for health and safety reasons, the pond, poultry area and fields are out of bounds. We are more than happy to show you around if you would like to see the animals. Should you wish to use the area around the pond, please speak to your host. Interaction with GuestsI live on the property but do work part time, so although I (and Rosie!) will do my best to be there to welcome you, and say goodbye - depending on your arrival/departure time, there might be some occasions when this is not possible, and an arrangement will then be made regarding keys. If you have any queries, please contact me - we will do our best to help. The NeighborhoodThe property is situated between Honiton and Axminster, and close to the villages of Dalwood, Stockland, Kilmington and Wilmington - within easy reach from the A30. It thus offers a convenient base for exploring a range of activities and places of interest in the south west. East Devon is famous for its Jurassic coast. Seaton, which is situated at the mouth of the River Axe(and is only 30 minutes away) also has a scenic golf course and a yacht club. (there are also other golf courses in the area at Monkton and Honiton) It is also famous for its tramway which runs through the Axe valley nature reserve to Colyton. There are other animal centers like Cricket St. Thomas Wildlife Park, Ferne Animal sanctuary and Otter Estuary Nature Reserve (which has a range of birdlife and free fishing)– not to mention places like E xmoor and Dartmoor, the Donkey Sanctuary, the marine nature reserve on Lundy Island and Paignton zoo. Lyme Regis is the ‘riviera’ of the south west, has many seaside shops and eating places and a sandy beach and offers historic walks along the coast and is only a 20 minute drive away. The village of Beer - an ancient fishing village (renowned for smuggling in ancient times) also offers some beautiful coastal walks. The surrounding countryside is particularly scenic and tranquil and there are many lovely local country walks. There is a public footpath from the farm which goes down to the historic pub in Dalwood – ‘The Tucker’s Arms’ which was built in 13th century. A map of different walks is provided. Chard reservoir (said to be the birth place of powered flight) also offers a number of walks which are wheelchair friendly. Both Honiton and Axminster have weekly markets with a variety of stalls. Honiton boasts many antique shops and is famous for it’s ice cream shop which is open in the spring and summer, and lace and pottery making. It also celebrates many traditional activities. Axminster is famous for its carpet making and is the home of the River Cottage Canteen. There are many pubs and other eating places such as the well known carvery outside Honiton or one of the many places for Devon cream teas. The area also provides many garden centres, (such as Otter in Ottery St. Mary – the home of Thackeray and Coleridge) and 3 good farm shops(one offering ’Pick your own’), and 2 cider breweries. Places of interest – Durdle Door in the Dorset section of the Jurassic coast; the famous Eden project( only 2 hours away) Taunton,(the town was first settled in Saxon times – approx. 700AD) Dunster and Tiverton castles, Exeter cathedral. For something more energetic, there are a number of activities - like the ‘Landrover experience” and quad biking near Cullompton, Zorbing in Dorchester and water sports in Exmouth(and a sandy beach and model railway!) and centres offering child activities eg. Crealy adventure Park (said to be “a cross between Disneyland and MacDonald’s farm”, and Abbotsbury which provides a farm, gardens(which are lit up at Halloween and Christmas) and a Swanery, and Paintballing near Exeter. Then for those rainy days – there is the Fleet Air Museum and the Haynes Motor Museum in Yeovil and the historic Observatory in Sidmouth (also famous for it’s annual Folk Festival in July) and the Aquarium in Weymouth(URL HIDDEN) Larger Shopping centers – Exeter, Yeovil and Taunton and the Trago center. (near Newton Abbot) There are several notable National Trust properties in this area. Eg. Killerton, Buckland Abbey, Branscombe Bakery, Mill and Forge (Branscombe is also the longest village in the UK), and Shute House. There are lovely gardens like Bicton Park Botanical Gardens, Burrow Farm Gardens and Hestercombe Gardens and other historic houses like Montacute near Yeovil, Dillington House and Forde Abbey.(also famous for it’s Red Ruby Devon cattle) Getting AroundWe are in the country, so you need to have a car. Secure off road parking is provided. We do have some bicycles for hire, should you wish to go cycling (there are a number of cycle events run in the area) There are, however, a lot of hills! Please advise in advance if you would like to use the bikes. Honiton and Axminster are the nearest train stations approx. 15 minutes away, and there are some taxis available, but need to be booked in advance and seldom available on Sundays. Exeter is the nearest airport. Other Things to NoteWe do have 2 friendly dogs and 1 ginger cat, so please be aware that if you leave the door open, the cat might wander in! Also please look out for them when you drive in as two of them are very slow getting out of the way of vehicles. We are on a farm and surrounded by other farms so there are times when there are farm and other road traffic noises. There are 2 farm shops 5 min away plus Tescos and other supermarkets nearby for buying supplies. Please also have a look at our other barn conversion on the property - listed as 'Mwendafye', as the 2 cottages are very different.
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                                          The SpaceThe Shepherds Hut offers a warm and cosy location right away from it all. Set in its own grassy paddock with a beautiful wildlife pond and in the middle of Devon's glorious dairy farming countryside. Adjacent to extensive woodlands the area is a haven for all kinds of wildlife. Warm, comfortable and cosy the Hut is equipped with a double pocket sprung bed and bedding is also provided. There is also a barbecue and picnic table as well as plates, pots, pans kettle, cutlery etc. The Pond is very close to the Hut which makes it unsuitable / dangerous for non swimmers. There is a fire pit to sit around and watch the stars. Only half an hours drive from the coast Tiphayes is perfectly located for seeing Devon's delights. Exmoor and Dartmoor are both easily reachable. Beer, Branscombe, Lyme Regis and Seatown are highly recommended. Guest AccessThere is safe off road parking well away from the Shepherds Hut in our private driveway / entrance to the field. We are about a mile and a half from the village of Upottery where there is a great Pub and about two miles from Chuchinford where there is another great Pub, both friendly and welcoming and serving great food and local beers. Interaction with GuestsI will usually be here to greet guests and show them around and then you'll very much be left alone in the tranquillity of the beautiful surrounding hundreds of yards away from any neighbours. Having said that I'm around if you need any assistance and always contactable. The NeighborhoodThe area around Tiphayes Farm is a magnet for a diverse range of wildlife, being adjacent to extensive woodland you can expect to see very many diverse species. The valley is mostly of ancient enclosures with original stone Devon hedges and given over to dairy farming with a few sheep about. Tiphayes is a great place to explore Devon from, both Exmoor and Dartmoor are within easy reach by car and the lovely, unspoilt fishing villages and beaches of Beer and Branscombe are only 25 mins by car. Getting AroundThere is little or no public transport in the area so you will need your own transport. Other Things to NoteThe Shepherds Hut is very much "Off Grid" so there is fresh running water, Solar Lighting, Composting Loo and Camping Shower. This is for adventurous people who want to experience the peace and solitude of the real countryside. There is no bathroom yet, that is planned for next year! There is a lovely wood burning stove in the Hut and this can be used to boil a kettle or fry your breakfast. It is very cosy, well insulated and warm.