Sleeps up to 4
This welcoming first floor apartment, forming part of the owner's farmhouse, sleeps four people in three bedrooms.
A fabulous first floor apartment in the owner’s Devon farmhouse, with spectacular views of the surrounding rolling meadows towards Dartington Church.Providing a peaceful base to explore the stunning South Hams, Billany has been thoughtfully furnished to provide compact and well-equipped holiday accommodation amongst an attractive Devon farm setting.The open plan living area is bright and sociable, and guests will also find three comfortable bedrooms along with a small shower room and a convenient separate cloakroom.Outside, why not enjoy the peace and quiet of the country in the private sunny garden whilst taking in the views across Dartington?The village can be found just 20 minutes’ walk along a small country lane or a few minutes by car.Dartington has an exceedingly good reputation for its 14th century thatched pub, interesting boutique shops selling fine local produce and of course all the activities along the River Dart including walks, boat cruises and fishing.The lively market town of Totnes is only a couple of miles away and the beaches in the South Hams are second to none in Devon, provide safe bathing, family activities and spectacular walks along the South West Coast Path.A comfy farmhouse stay is sure to be had in this welcoming holiday home, in a beautiful part of south Devon. All first floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x single. Shower room with shower and basin. Basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire. Shared external utility.
Parking, Family Friendly, Pub nearby, WiFi, Garden, Working Farm, Available All Year, No Pets
South Devon Railway
The South Devon Railway is one of Devon’s and the West Country’s best loved tourist attractions and is the longest established steam railway in the south west.
Dartington is a pretty village two miles from Totnes on the River Dart. The village is well known for its Cider Press craft centre and 14th century Cott Inn, which is reputed to be the longest thatched pub in England, along with the medieval estate of Dartington Hall, home to an annual music festival and summer school. Dartington is situated midway between the Dartmoor National Park and the Devon coast, making it ideal for a wide range of activities. The South Hams area of Devon is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering 60 glorious miles of coastline, estuaries and countryside between Plymouth and Torbay, and includes the popular coastal resorts of Salcombe, Dartmouth and Kingsbridge. You'll find a number of beautiful beaches nearby, providing safe family havens perfect for sailing, surfing and swimming. The historic market town of Totnes, with its Elizabethan market, is only two miles from Dartington and has long been known as a centre for free thinking. One of the best ways to explore the area is by a circular route combining a river trip to Dartmouth and a ride on the Kingswear to Paignton steam railway. Dartington is a pretty village from which to explore the stunning South Hams area of south Devon.