For a last minute Spring getaway...

Published: Friday 18th Mar 2016

Written by: Sarah Dullaghan

This spring, enjoy complimentary fresh free range eggs and a selection of home baked biscuits and cakes at the Hartland Holiday Barns, near the Hartland Peninsula.

The Stable, Shippen and Threshing are three beautifully converted single storey cottages that have been carefully restored to offer high quality accommodation in traditional Devon stone barns with all the modern day conveniences.

Each sleeps two and provides welcoming open plan living areas, high quality well equipped kitchens and well-presented bedrooms with en-suite facilities plus individual courtyard seating.

Owners Toni-Louise and Nigel offer a warm welcome, with a generous visitor arrival pack, including freshly laid eggs (from their own small holding), homemade cake and even treats for the dogs. They also provide additional facilities such as the large meadow, picnic areas, shared utility room and secure storage to cater for walkers, cyclists and those bringing their pets.

Within easy reach of both North Devon and Cornwall, its spectacular National Trust coastline and the picturesque coastal village of Clovelly, they offer a fantastic base for any short break or holiday for those looking for total relaxation or those who enjoy active country/coastal pursuits.Perfect holiday retreats for couples or those wishing to holiday with friends in the adjoining barns. 

This great offer applies to all bookings taken before 1st April, so book your last minute Spring getaway today, either ONLINE or call our friendly reservations team on 01271 813777.

And don’t just take our word for it…

One recent guest ( Jan 2016) kindly commented “ We have had another fabulous week in lovely Devon staying in your beautifully renovated Stable this time. We wanted to say a big thank you for everything – wonderful welcome hamper (you can’t beat the eggs or homemade chutney!), superbly equipped cottage, really just everything lovely……Even the blustery and wet weather has been a pleasure to walk in when blessed with such lovely scenery and a dog that can’t enough of the beaches here. We are already looking forward to our next visit back here”.

Sarah Dullaghan



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