Warmhill Farm sleeps up to ten guests and sits in the Teign Valley nestling amongst beautiful South Devon countryside - possibly one of the West Country's most pretty and enchanting areas. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Warmhill Farm has a long history and is still a working farm today, breeding primarily Pedigree Ayrshire cattle as well as some rare breeds. The 15th Century barn conversion is relaxing and cool in the summer, warm and inviting in the winter and comfortable and unique all year round. It has been awarded a 4 Star Rating by VisitBritain.
Hennock is a small rural village with an ancient church and pub which is a short easy walk (ten minutes) up the lane from Warmhill Farm. The pretty market town of Bovey Tracey, known as the 'Gateway to the Moor', is just two miles away and offers a range of shops, swimming pool, eating establishments and visitor attractions (including the House of Marbles where you can see traditional games made and the world-famous Devon Guild of Craftsmen - a fantastic craft shop and gallery where you can watch craftsmen working). Canonteign Falls is another popular attraction which is just two miles away and is reported to be England's highest waterfall.
For those wanting a day on the beach, Dawlish and Teignmouth are just seven miles away, whilst Exeter is a little further and twelve miles. The beautiful South Devon coast between Brixham and Plymouth is also within easy reach as is Torquay on the English Riviera (twelve miles). For those seeking outdoor fun, Dartmoor is close by and the area offers more than five golf courses within a half hour drive.
Clare French joined Independent Cottages in July 2006
Outside: There is a small south-facing garden with garden furniture and BBQ, located on the edge of the Farmyard.
Additional information: Full central heating included in the price along with electricity, linen and towels.
Star Rating: 4 Star
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