Self Catering near Barnstaple - North Devon Holiday Cottages - Short Breaks

 

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Self catering farm cottages in North Devon  - Wheelchair friendly, children and dogs welcome - Farm Club - Short breaks & longer holidays - Bespoke weddings

Email
office.countryways@gmail.com

Tel 01769 560503

Country Ways Holiday Cottages
 
The Warren
 The Cuckoo's Nest
 The Stables
 Orchard Cottage
 The Den

 The Dray 

North Devon
 Location Map

 The Facilities
 The Farm
 Woodland Walks

 Play Area
 Games Room
 Gardens
 

 The North Devon Area - activities and places to visit

 Self Catering Rates
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 Summer Off Peak
 Winter Off Peak
 Booking Form
 Conditions of Booking our holiday cottages

 Special Offers
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 Hiring Whole Complex

 Dogs

Email
office.countryways@gmail.com

 

 

 

Country Ways Farm Cottages

Six holiday cottages in beautifully converted stone barns hidden away on a small Devon farm with lovely gardens and magnificent views.

ANDY, SUE AND ANNA

would like to welcome guests past, present and future to Country Ways this year.

Come and enjoy all that is great about North Devon - the beaches, the food and drink, the countryside, the people and much much more!

Dont forget to check out our new Blog!

 

SHORT BREAKS, LONG WEEKENDS, MIDWEEK BREAKS OR FULL WEEKS...

Country Ways has something for everyone!

 

Book the WHOLE COMPLEX for a wonderful bespoke country Wedding!

(Friday pm to Monday am)

or for a mid week Wedding

(Monday pm to Friday am)

INCLUDES ALL 6 COTTAGES, THE GROUNDS AND THE CORN BARN.

No need to leave the site to get married, we are licensed to hold ceremonies on site.

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We are SO proud of this vote of confidence from our couples who were married at Country Ways in 2013, especially as this was our very first year of holding Wedding Ceremonies on site.

 

If you would like to know more about celebrating your Wedding at Country Ways, or in fact any special celebration then please click on 'Hiring the whole Complex' in the left-hand column.

 

Off peak summer breaks - 3 nights - 2 people - £220
Off peak winter breaks - 3 nights - 2 people - £158

 

 

 


OUR LATEST ARRIVALS AT THE FARM.....

Our beautiful miniature shetland foals, Marley our own home-bred foal in the middle, Khaleesi the tiny dainy blue dun on the left and Summer the very pale palomino on the right!

 

BRONTE'S TINY PIGLETS BORN ON SUNDAY 21ST JULY

They were so much fun throughout the summer, there's nothing piglets love more than to try and find a way to escape! There were so many guests who would have liked to watch their antics all day!

DON'T FORGET: We also have 3 reindeer who are now quite tame and you can groom and hand feed them.... they LOVE carrots!

See The Farm page for more information on our animals...

 

High quality self catering cottages

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Warm and well equipped - includes iPod dock, X-Boxes + games and WiFi

 

Within easy reach of Barnstaple, Exmoor and the North Devon coast.

Short breaks can be booked at any time of year.

Incredibly peaceful
with private ancient woodland
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The Stables cottage is ideal for disabled guests with Category 2 wheelchair access and a walk in/wheel in wet room style shower. Families love this cottage too as it is single storey, with 2 bedrooms and has a lovely terrace overlooking the garden... and don't tell anyone but... it has a secret hayloft bedroom that sleeps 2 intrepid explorers but beware, you have to climb a ladder to go to bed! 

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Family games room.

With table tennis, a football table and a range of exercise machines

It can be cleared as a function room for family parties and Wedding Ceremonies and celebrations.

Perfect for family holidays and short breaks.

We look forward to welcoming you to Country Ways...

and sending you home relaxed and refreshed!

Country Ways is lucky to be in a region with so much to do with Exmoor to the north and Dartmoor to the south. . The beaches are also all very different with the lovely rocky coves and cliffs to the north and the long sandy surfing beaches to the west of us. There are also interesting wildlife beaches and beaches that are dog friendly all year round.

There is plenty of activities to suit everyone. Click on our North Devon Information Page for full details of Riding - Golf - Walking - Surfing - Cycling - Other Activities

However it may be that a wander around the harbour at Lynmouth or along the cobbled streets of Appledore is more your style. Srolling down the narrow streets of Clovelly is also very popular with our guests, although walking back up the steep hill is not always treated with such enthusiasm. Click here for places of interest

Children always love the sea and surfing lessons are available at Croyde. If the weathers bad you can use Cascades, the indoor adventure pool at Croyde, or go to one of the many visitor attractions such as the Milky Way Adventure Park or the Big Sheep near Bideford. For adult visitors to north devon there are also top quality places to visit - Rosemoor Gardens, Arlington Court, Tapeley Park to name but a few. Family Attractions    All weather places of Interest

Country Ways - Nearest Towns

8 miles south of Barnstaple - the main town in the area with a very good shopping centre and pannier market.

10 miles west of South Molton - a farming town with an excellent farmers market on Thursday and plenty of antique shops!

7 miles east of Great Torrington - A small town with loads of history. Plenty of places to visit - Rosemoor, 1646 and Dartington Glass. Also lovely walks on the common and beside the river. Access to Tarka Trail.

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 holiday cottages for wheelchairs
 Country Ways Holiday Cottages
Little Knowle Farm, High Bickington, Umberleigh,
Nr Barnstaple, North Devon, UK. EX37 9BJ
Tel 01769 560503
office.countryways@gmail.com
 

Relax and enjoy the magnificent views in beautifully converted self catering
holiday cottages hidden away on a small farm in the heart of North Devon.

Country Ways  - ideal for short breaks

Short Breaks

 

vacation rentals  dogs welcome   weekend breaks

 

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