North Boreston Farm,
Sorry, no pets.
Low season: £230 - £275 pw.
High season: £305 - £360 pw.
Short breaks in low season by individual arrangement.
For further details please contact:
Rob or Jan Wagstaff
Tel: 01548 821320
Reload this mapThe old granary serving North Boreston Farm (not still a working farm) is now a comfortable cottage for two situated in Boreston, a hamlet of five old farms. Set in the heart of the South Hams, generally regarded as the most beautiful part of Devon, it is about 7 miles from the nearest beach at Slapton, but all the spectacular coast around the South Hams is within easy reach, as is the whole of southern Dartmoor. Dartmouth, Kingsbridge, Salcombe and Totnes, all historic small towns, are only a few miles away.
The Granary is fully equipped, furnished and decorated to a high standard. The living accommodation is upstairs with lovely views of the garden; the bedroom and shower room are on the ground floor which has direct access to its own private terrace.
The Granary offers
- sitting room with comfortable leather recliner suite, nest of oak tables, dining table and chairs, TV and DVD player; silk curtains, pine floor boards and rugs
- kitchen with combination microwave, oven and grill; four-burner gas hob; fridge; all cooking equipment , utensils, cutlery, crockery, china and glassware
- access to washing and drying facilities
- ground floor double bedroom; ample wardrobes and storage; all linen, bedding and towels provided; TV; silk curtains and fitted carpet
- en suite fully tiled shower room; all soaps, shampoo, conditioner and hairdryer are provided
- French windows onto private terrace with table and chairs, sun umbrella, and spectacular views of the garden
- covered parking
- 3 acres of beautiful garden for you to sit in or explore.
The Granary, in a pretty hamlet of farms, and the only cottage in the large gardens of North Boreston, has a quiet and relaxing environment; yet within 20 minutes you can be by the sea, in one of the historic old towns or well on the way to Dartmoor, Exeter or Plymouth.Things to enjoy
- nearby villages (5 minutes by car) have useful shops, post office and pubs which serve meals. Wide choice of facilities in the local historic towns
- beautiful beaches, fishing villages and spectacular cliffs
- good walking on the South Coast Path and Dartmoor
- beautiful gardens to visit, including National Trust
- nature reserves nearby
- historic sites, recent ones such as Greenway (Agatha Christie's home), and places important in World War II, as well as medieval halls, castles and churches
- fishing, boating, golf.