Twelve Oaks Farm
Nestled in South Devon's most breathtaking countryside, on the eastern fringes of Dartmoor National Park, these lodges are wonderfully appointed offering you a well-earned break with your loved ones. With many exciting attractions nearby, this working farm covers almost 250 acres for you to roam at your own leisure. Bordered by the River Teign, on the edge of the village of Teigngrace, you have a lovely rural setting, with fishing lakes and an abundance of wildlife, leaving you to enjoy an adventurous family holiday. These wooden-clad lodges ensure you can relax and unwind after a busy day trying out the local activities. Wander along pretty streams or explore rambling woods from your doorstep. On-site is also an outdoor heated swimming pool, which can be used from May to September, as well as a shop and children's playground available the year-round. You are spoilt for choice with go-karting, walking, cycling, adventure parks for the kids and so much more close by! Discover a network of bridleways and footpaths among the craggy landscapes of Dartmoor, and while you're there pay a visit to the cascading Becky Falls, an iconic landmark not to be missed. Paignton Zoo is a lovely day out for all ages and Babbacombe Model Village in Torquay boasts a tea room, gift shop and award-winning gardens, as well as a miniature world making you feel like a giant! Why not visit one of the many National Trust houses in the area, such as Castle Drogo or Agatha Christie's home Greenway. Enjoy a splendid break with your family and friends at Twelve Oaks Farm, in this wonderful region of Devon.
Walnut Cottage is located within Twelve Oaks Farm, on the outskirts of Teigngrace in Devon.
Situated close to the owner's holiday park, but retaining its own privacy, this reverse-level accommodation boasts three ground floor bedrooms, ideal for families and friends.
The master bedroom has a king-size bed with an en-suite wet room, while the twin rooms have use of the sleek family bathroom.
The spacious living area upstairs is open-plan, where you can sink into the leather sofas and unwind in front of the TV after a busy day sightseeing.
The bright kitchen has everything you'll need to rustle up a home-cooked meal and the dining area can host six guests.
Outside, you have your own courtyard garden with table and chairs, so you can sit out and enjoy the afternoon sun.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 998902, together they can sleep 6 people.
Reverse-level accommodation. Three ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin. Ground floor wet room with bath, separate shower, basin and WC, first floor cloakroom. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Utility.
- Underfloor central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine
- TV with DVD, iPod dock, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair available
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Private courtyard with furniture and shared lawn
- Shared outdoor heated swimming pool open 8am-8pm May-Sept
- One well behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and fishing lake on-site, pub 1.9 miles
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
Teignmouth 5 miles; Shaldon 5 miles; Torquay 10 miles.
Newton Abbot is situated in the heart of The English Riviera, with its mild climate and thriving palm trees. The ancient market town now offers plenty of modern shops and the famous Hedgehog Hospital, where visitors are encouraged to feed and hold the animals. There's also a racecourse where National Hunt racing takes place from spring until autumn, with craft fayres during winter. Newton Abbot has one of the only traditional working malthouses left in the UK, offering the finest selection of bottled beers in Devon. The nearby seaside towns of Teignmouth and Shaldon are very nearby and are fantastic destinations for families. Spend a day on the beach building sand castles and walk the impressive Victorian Pier at Teignmouth. The National Trust houses of Bradley Manor, Coleton Fishacre and Compton Castle are well worth a visit, whilst the highlight of your stay will undoubtedly be the stunning beaches around Torquay and the many hidden coves such as Meadfoot, Oddicombe and farther afield the pretty Ness Cove. And of course, the South West Coast Path provides stunning seascapes across the bay, with a popular stretch from Torquay Harbour to Daddyhole Plain, passing through Beacon Cove where Agatha Christie used to swim as a girl. Newton Abbot provides a fabulous base for an English seaside holiday all year round.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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