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Charming 14c thatched Devon longhouse bed breakfast with additional ground floor en-suite rooms in the converted stables. We offer rustic charm with friendly professional service. Pick your own free range eggs for breakfast from our array of happy hens in the apple orchards. River walks along the Templers way 4oo yards down the lane, walk across to Stover Country Park, free Wellingtons on standby. Home-made cakes baked by my daughter Eliza and why not treat yourself to a Devon Cream Tea. Great location to Discover Dartmoor (Hound of the Baskerville country) Teignmouth, Shaldon and Dartmouth all close by. Visit the famous Eden Project only 90 minutes away by car. I am always on hand to guide you on what to see and where to go.
A beautiful quaint thatched property with chickens and duck roaming free.
Great location to explore south Devon and only a few minutes from Newton Abbot.
A wonderful welcome from Luke and an excellent English breakfast.
Suitable for couples families and pet friendly too.
Thanks Nigel for the warm welcome at the farm. I've been there 2 tiles and it's a been a pleatiles
The farm is peaceful, the air is pure and the rare neughbors are goats and chickens.
It is sad the b&b is closing, your business...More
I came here with my partner for a 2 night break for some quiet time relaxing. We stayed in the Penthouse Suite. We arrived in the evening and were welcomed by the duty manager Luke who could not have been more helpful and friendly. He...More
We booked a room here last minute thanks to a sudden change of plans. I'm glad we did; It's a charming old farmhouse B&B, with fantastic service. Luke, the general manager, was incredibly helpful and thoroughly polite and friendly.
The breakfast was fantastic. My wife...More
Nice little B&B with converted stables for rooms and patio doors to go out and watch the hen roosts and field. Bed was comfortable and room was warm. Breakfast was served in a very old thatched farm house with many original features.
Hi, I went past last week as I was in the area and wanted to stay their in the future. It is no longer a hotel - I had this confirmed by a local farmer. The cottages have been separated out and sold individually as housing.