At the bottom of a sheltered valley with sheep grazing in open fields, find a whitewashed farmhouse lovingly brought back to life from an old near-ruin, by talented Richard and Ann.
It’s a friendly, unstuffy sort of place where you’ll feel at home. Wander the pretty gardens where Ann has laid brick paths and Richard has created a pond, now home to mallards and geese. You’re surrounded by open countryside and near enough to the north coast of both counties for days at the beach.
Ask for a 6.30 breakfast if you want to catch the ferry to Lundy Island, return to a roaring fire and a glass of wine with maybe a cat at your feet. Richard will be happy to shoot a few arrows with you if you are interested in archery.