Located near the South Devon coast, the holiday cottage of Manor Farm can be found equidstant between Torquay and Newton Abbot. Manor Farm is a 15th Century 15th-century cob cottage which is attached to the owner's home. As Manor Farm sleeps 10 people, this quiet location is great for friends and family who wish to holiday together.
The shop, pub and restaurant are all a mile away from Manor Farm. With Watcombe beach being 2 miles. The sand and shingle beach of Oddicombe Beach is 3 miles from Manor Farm.
Both Torquay and Newton Abbot are about 4 miles away from Manor Farm, with attractions such as Paignton Zoo and the pre-historic caves at Kents Cavern being close by too.
The Dartmoor National Park is just up the road, and has a plenty of outdoor activities. There are a few National Trust properties in the area, such as Greenway ("Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'") and Bradley ("Delightful medieval manor house, set in woodland and meadows").
There are 4 bedrooms at Manor Farm, which are all double bedrooms. Two of those double bedrooms each have a single bed too. All of which means that Manor Farm sleeps 10 people. Pets are allowed to holiday with you at Manor Farm too.
Manor Farm has a TV, DVD player, Wi-Fi, cooker, hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine and dish washer. You have central heating and a wood burning stove too.
Outside Manor Farm has a shared courtyard garden with furniture, and plenty of parking.
Holidays at Manor Farm start on a Friday, with short breaks also available.
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a lovely old holiday cottage in North Devon. When you think of a holiday cottage, this is the type of cottage which springs to mind. An old property with thatched roof, and many original features. This cottage sleeps 4 people, and can make the perfect destination to explore the delights of Devon and surrounding areas.
Warleigh Lodge in Plymouth, Devon. A holiday cottage with a difference, Warleigh Lodge was once the guard to the manor house. A Gothic style accommodation, Warleigh Lodge makes a great base to explore the sights and sounds of Devon. Sleeping 5 people, Warleigh Lodge is suitable for family getaways or for couples ho want to get away for a few days.
Enjoy a holiday with friends in the Devon countryside with a cottage holiday at Lake House near Torrington. Sleeping 8 people in 4 bedrooms (all bedrooms are en suite), Lake House is a thatched cottage in rural Devon.
Enjoy a cottage holiday on the edge of Exmoor National Park with a break in The Toll House near Minehead. The Toll House sleeps 4 people; has a wood burning stove; and allows your pet to holiday with you.
Make the most of the beaches at Westward Ho! with a cottage holiday at Bee Bowl Cottage near Bideford. Bee Bowl Cottage is a thatched cottage, which sleeps 5 people in 3 bedrooms. Pets are allowed too.
A collection of holiday cottage on the North Cornwal coast, Treworgie Barton near Bude sleeps between 2 and 12 people. The cottages at Treworgie Barton are Bligh, Braddon, Farmhouse, Chappell, Butterwell, Trespaddick, Warner, Manor, Priory, Duchy, Myll.
A cluster of holiday cottages in South Molton, Collacott Farm Cottages in Devon sleep between 4 and 12 people. Collacott Farm Cottages allow your pets to holiday with you - and horse riding is available.
With a rural setting, but also being a short drive from the coast, Buckland Barn in Devon makes a lovely place to holiday with friends and family. Buckland Barn can be found near Great Torrington, and sleeps 12 people.