We had a group of 10 staying for one night while walking the Coast Path and Worswell proved to be an inspired find. It wasn't possible to get pub-based accommodation in Noss Mayo as we had throughout our week of walking however this didn't prove a problem as Jackie & Phil provided shuttles to & from the village for a, very reasonable, fiver. The rooms were great and the breakfast was absolutely delicious, with lots of home-made produce. Loved it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Worswell Barton is a hidden gem,on a working National Trust Farm, situated the peninsula of Noss Mayo, surrounded by the South Devon Coastal Path, 10 Minutes walk from the National Trust Warren Car Park, and 20 minutes walk from Village of Noss Mayo, Via Hannaford Lane , which is only a footpath NOT a road.With 4 rooms over looking lush fields often with livestock, GARA - Double en-suite, GUNROW - Double en-suite, BLACKSTONE - Twin/Double with private shower and shared toilet, CELLARS - Small double with private in room shower and shared toilet.Breakfast is mainly home produced, with Sausages and Bacon, from the farm Pigs, which are kept over the winter and feed on our veggies, and Eggs from Hens just doing as they please, Home-made Yoghurt and Fresh fruit are always on the Menu,we will also accommodate any special diets, with prior notice and always have a vegetarian option. Higher Shippen Cottage sleeps 6-8 ideal for groups, available on short breaks self catering or Bed and Breakfast.We have many hidden coves and beaches, close by and a little further on, with Dartmoor about 12 miles away. ... more less