We last stayed here 6 years ago visiting relatives in the village. On arranging our trip this time, the first call we made was to Winnie. We arrived at Warrens Farm for a two night stay on Saturday 23rd June 2012 to be welcomed very warmly by Winnie and within minutes we were sitting in the dining room drinking coffee and eating some wonderful homemade cake! Warrens Farm is a working farm and is also a family home. The 16th Century Devon longhouse is full of character, beautifully furnished and decorated by Winnie and her family. Each bedroom is named after an artist, we stayed again in the ground floor Modigliani room and some of the artists work is displayed along with a book. Outside the house is a beautifully tended garden and pond, where in warmer weather you can sit and relax.
Breakfast consists of cereals, juice, your choice from a selection of items for your cooked breakfast, toast, tea and coffee. All freshly prepared by Winnie and were delicious!
The June weather was unseasonably chilly and wet, Winnie checked that we were warm enough and provided a very efficient fan heater when we decided that we weren't!
The atmosphere is so friendly, relaxing and peaceful, you can't help but to unwind! One thing to be aware of is that there is little to no mobile phone signal, but then again, even this could be seen as a plus! We will certainly be staying at Warrens Farm on our next trip to see our relatives.