Blue Room £100Per night

With a nod to our coastal location, this west-facing room is in the Victorian part of the house and has elegant gothic shaped windows and other original features. This is a peaceful, calming room with just the sounds of the babbling Abbey River and birdsong from the woods.

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Mill Room £110Per night

Inspired by the lichen on the trees in the garden, this dual aspect room is calm and serene with views of the Abbey River, woods and garden. Tucked away in the original mill this large yet cosy room features some of the original beams.

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Green Room £90Per night

For this room, we have taken our cue from the abundance of bird life in the woods and the garden. On the south side of the house the Green Room can be configured with either twin beds or a king size bed. Facing the windows, you can sit in bed with a morning cup of tea and look out towards the woods and stream.

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Calm and relaxing rooms

When creating our bedrooms we have taken care to include items that we hope will make your stay both comfortable and enjoyable. All refreshment trays have a variety of different teas, coffee and water plus fresh milk each day. Bathrooms are warm and inviting with fluffy towels and gorgeous smellies. Every room has a hairdryer and as a very welcome guest in our house, other items such as an ironing board, sewing and shoe cleaning kit are available to you by request.

Unwind in beautiful Devon

The Hartland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet relatively unknown. Enjoy a slower pace of life, walk through the bluebell woods from our door, visit Hartland Abbey or Docton Mill gardens, stroll through picturesque streets of Appledore and Instow. Or have some tea and cake in our garden, listen to the stream and the birds. Go the Quay and watch a breathtaking sunset with a glass of something. Bliss.

Or clear out the cobwebs

The north coast of Devon and Cornwall is an invigorating mix of wild, rugged cliffs and long sandy beaches, refreshingly interspersed with cafes and pubs.  There is nothing better for the soul than a coastal walk whatever the season, to appreciate the incredible scenery and to really get the blood pumping. Alternatively there is horse riding and golf nearby, or surfing for both beginners and hard-core dudes. 

Latest news and reviews

We are thrilled to announce that we've been awarded a Gold 'Taste of the West' award for wonderful hospitality and top notch breakfasts using the fabulous produce of the South West. Lovely, cork-popping news!

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We are very proud of our Tripadvisor reviews. You can find more on Facebook, Google and when you go through to our booking page.

17 July - Fantastic accommodation, superb breakfast choices. Fastidious attention to detail. A truly remarkable place to stay.

3 Aug- A fantastic home from home. Meticulous and friendly owners who provided an outstanding standard of care and service. A spacious and beautifully furnished house with a large delightful garden. Incredible breakfast choices are prepared by a hugely talented cook. We cannot recommend highly enough.

Plastic-free B&B

Well, we're not there yet, but we're trying - biodegradable bin bags, ocean friendly cotton buds, refillable bathroom products, reuse and recycling of plastics in the kitchen. We happily refill your water bottles of course. If we all try - it's got to make a difference right?

Media

Us and the B&B feature in an article in OX SYLVA magazine this month. Oxford is where we hail from and there was much interest in our big move and life change. Read all about it here.

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Released 20 April 2018 - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, was filmed in and around Hartland, Clovelly, Bideford and Saunton Sands. The house was used as a green room while they were filming - right outside and you can actually see the house in one shot! Starring Lily James, Michael Huisman, Sir Tom Courtenay and Katherine Parkinson to name but a few, find out why they chose this stunning area for the film (which obviously isn't Guernsey.....). See link on our Facebook page.