The barns were built in the late 1700′s and remain pretty much as they were to this day. Built of Devon and Cornish stone they are a classic example of the architecture of that era.

Formerly an old dairy farm the buildings form a perfect courtyard. One enters through a superb towering archway with large wooden gates into a space where all the suites and cottages are located. All have been sympathetically created within these beautiful structures.

Each of the barns has been restored in such a way as to reflect the evolution of the building over the past 200 years. Stunning hand sawn timbers, rafters and purlins have all been retained along with many of the original features of the dairy. (none of your cutesy Devon barn here!!)

The “rawness” of the design emphasizes the luxurious accommodation with bathrooms done in a chic contemporary style and the bedrooms furnished with superb comfortable beds adorned with crisp white linen.

Many of the suites and cottages have their own kitchens and can be configured in a variety of ways.

There is everything from a studio suite to a four bedroom house!!