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  • £260 - £725 per week

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Surrounded by sheep meadows and farmland, the converted stables of our Victorian coach house provide excellent accommodation with private gardens and easy access.

With 5 star accreditation from both VisitEngland and the AA, the cottage sleeps up to four people (+cot) in one double and one twin bedroom.

Enjoy the privacy of your own gardens and entranceway overlooking sheep meadows and surrounding farmland. Whether for an action-packed break or a relaxing rural getaway, The Coach House Farm is an ideal base for a holiday in Devon at any time of the year, whatever the age and whatever the weather!

Explore Devon and the West Country from The Coach House Farm, easily accessed from the M5/A30 and especially convenient for Exeter, East Devon's Jurassic Coast and Dartmoor. Broadband internet connection and WiFi free of charge. All linen, towels etc included in price Children welcome: Indoor & outdoor games and a wendy house provided Well behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement

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Visit England
AA
5 * rating
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    The Coach House Farm
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    Sleeps 4
  • £240 - £650 per week

 Two bedrooms, One double and One twin. A cot is also available.

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