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Our family of 10 stayed at Flear House for 4 nights over the May Day bank holiday. The house is superb and extremely well equipped in addition to being very spacious. As a family (ourselves as grandparents, our 2 daughters, with their husbands and 4...More
We stayed at the Stalls over easter. I must say I was really impressed by how quickly anything we asked for was solved for us and how friendly Barney the owner was. It was so nice to chat to him and added a real personal...More
I stayed in 'Quarry' with my 2.5 year old and boyfriend for a week. We had such an amazing, lovely week. Swimming in the pool early every day. Out to the beach, then a lovely lunch out, back to Flear for a play in the...More
We stayed for a week as a party of 10 in Flear House. The location is lovely, house magnificent, large indoor pool, large play barn. What more could you possibly want when you have 4 toddlers ages 3 years old, coming up to 4. They...More
Stayed for a week in the 'Granary' with our 2 kids and grandparents, more than enough room for us and it was all done to a high standard with everything you needed.
The facilities on site are simply suburb, our kids loved the Playbarn and...More
I would say the Fortescue Arms is certainly within walking distance... The lane is big enough for tractors and cars so walking would not be too difficult. Devon is famously hilly, so there is that to factor in, but it's not... More
I would say the Fortescue Arms is certainly within walking distance... The lane is big enough for tractors and cars so walking would not be too difficult. Devon is famously hilly, so there is that to factor in, but it's not unwalkable. And it's a nice pub...
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"Linhay cottage was great because it didn't adjoin any other cottages and it had long lounge space for..."