Homeleigh Farm Holiday Cottages


Welcome to Homeleigh Farm Holiday Cottages

Homeleigh Farm has two converted stone cottages each with its own garden. In addition there are six acres of paddocks and fields ideal for pets and children. Each cottage is pleasantly furnished with log burning stoves and night storage heaters. They are fully equipped with TV, video, microwave, dishwasher, etc. with washing and drying facilities nearby in the farmhouse. Cots and high chair are provided and pets are welcome.


    • Dog Friendly
    • Parking
    • Laundry
    • Cot
    • Linen provided
    • Beach Nearby

    Dove Cottage sleeps up to four adults or five adults/children and is a two bedroomed south facing stone built cottage, with its own suntrap of a walled garden. The ground floor is open plan, with a beamed ceiling. There is a pleasant dining area, lounge and galley kitchen. A spiral staircase leads upstairs to two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, shower and W.C.

    The Loft sleeps up to six adults or seven adults/children and is a three bedroomed stone built cottage, with its own secluded garden.

    The ground floor has a beamed ceiling. There is a galley kitchen and dining room.

    There is also a small snug area, and a separate large lounge, with french windows leading to a slate terrace and cottage garden.

    A spiral staircase leads upstairs to three bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, shower and W.C. The master bedroom has a double bed and an en suite shower, W.C. and washhand basin.

    The second bedroom two single beds, and the third bedroom a double bed.

    The cottage is ideal for families who want separate bedrooms for the children and/or grandparents.

    The famed Old World Inn and Restaurant, The Maltsters Arms, and a widely stocked general store and Post Office are both within 150 yards of our accommodation.

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