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  • Stonehayes Farm | Five Superior Devon Holiday Cottages
    touches that help to make your holiday special Our welcome pack for example includes free range produce such as eggs from our own chickens which you or your children can top up during the week by joining in one of the daily egg collections Guests have access to 17 acres of lawns and meadows leading down to the small meandering River Luv where secluded picnic places have been built along the tree lined riverbank Stonehayes s five Cottages are The Linhay sleeping 6 Shippen 5 7 Granary 5 7 Cider House 4 6 and Grandads 2 Bed linen towels central heating electricity and welcome packs are all included in the price Four of the cottages have log burning stoves logs provided to make winter breaks warm and cosy Each cottage has a dishwasher washer dryer fridge electric oven hob micro wave 3 of the cottages also have wine coolers TV DVDs and leather sofas For families with babies and toddlers we can provide high chairs travel cots stair gates and other baby equipment all within the price Just request details when booking Our games room is equipped with a pool table table tennis dartboard and more There are outdoor games too plus a popular riverside campfire and BBQ For younger children there s a Playhouse near the cottages and for the older ones a riverside play den Covered Parking is available at Stonehayes with additional overflow space available if required A Countryside and Seaside Holiday Stonehayes Farm is surrounded by beautiful green rolling hills and bluebell filled beech woods on the edge of Combe Raleigh just perfect for walkers It lies 2 miles north of the quaint market town of Honiton where twice a week the centuries old tradition of holding the market in the main street is still practised

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  • Stonehayes Cottages Facilities
    Welcome Packs A Guest Welcome Pack is included in the price and features and enticing range of mainly home or local produce such as scones bread our own sausages wine milk free range eggs tea and coffee Eating There are several excellent restaurants tearooms and pubs in Honiton 2 miles away and the surrounding villages within a short drive Shopping A full range of shops banks and supermarkets are available

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  • Take a Short break at Stonehayes Farm Cottages
    cottages are centrally heated and have very effective woodburners guaranteeing warm and toasty evenings in front of a blazing log fire even on the coldest of winter nights If coming at Christmas and New Year we ll provide Christmas trees and decorations to bring the Christmas spirit into your cottage Walking Holidays in The Blackdown Hills If you enjoy walking when on holiday come stay with us There are plenty of footpaths winding their way through The Blackdown Hills and the East Devon Countryside We can suggest routes that will include a suitable hostelry or tearoom along the way The South West Coastal Footpath offers some splendid cliff top walks from Lyme Regis in Dorset all the way to Exmouth simply stunning at any time of year In spring and early summer the woods and hedgerows of East Devon are bursting with wild flowers including primroses wild daffodils bluebells cow parsley and fox gloves to name but a few There s nothing more beautiful than to wander through a fresh leaved beech wood amidst drifts of bluebells on a spring evening in late April and early May Alternatively spend a few days with us in the autumn and enjoy some bracing walks along the beaches and promenades of nearby seaside towns such as Sidmouth Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton At Branscombe when the surf is up you ll be deafened by the roar of waves crashing down upon thousands of pebbles Mackerel Fishing at Beer From May to mid July take a day to hire a wooden motorboat on the beach at Beer and spend an hour or two chuntering around the bay using the lines provided to catch a few mackerel Bring your catch home to slap on the BBQ that evening Delicious Antique Hunting Weekends in Honiton In the

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  • Nearby Villages and Attractions near Stonehayes Farm
    about everything that lives beneath the waves along this part of the coast from mullet to giant crabs and lobsters If you want to get out to sea mackerel fishing trips can be booked from the harbour from May to October Lyme is also well known for the fascinating fossils that can be found along the beach below the undercliff They ve become so much a part of Lyme s appeal that an annual Fossil Festival now takes place in May featuring talks walks live events and even a Fossil Fair Visitors will find a popular programme of entertainment at the Marine Theatre which overlooks one corner of the harbour Other notable events worth visiting include the Lyme Regis Carnival and Regatta the Lifeboat Week and the Christmas Tree Festival The town itself bustles with some superb cafes galleries and craft shops displaying work by local artists and crafts workers Seaton Located a few miles to the west of Lyme Regis Seaton is another small seaside town on Devon s Jurassic Coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty No visit to Seaton is complete without taking a sedate ride on the Seaton Tramway Traditional trams follow the old railway line inland to the quaint village of Colyton Stop here for a cream tea another must The marshes at one end of the town where the River Axe meets the sea are a haven of resident and migratory birdlife throughout the year especially in the winter months While away an hour or so in the Jubilee Gardens taking in the putting course Locally available sporting activities include horse riding sailing fishing and cycling Beer It s hard not to leave Beer without feeling that it has entered your list of favourite seaside resorts Not for nothing is it regularly referred to as The quintessential English seaside village This charming resort at the heart of Lyme Bay has a wide main street down which a culverted stream still thunders dividing road from pavement Lined by delicatessens tearooms restaurants antiques and craft shops the street descends to a pebbled beach in a cove sheltered by cliffs Here you can hire motorboats equipped with mackerel lines Enjoy an hour or two out in the bay catching mackerel for your evening BBQ For families a visit to Pecorama with its miniature railways and play parks is highly rcommended For families young and old will enjoy a day out at Pecorama with its miniature ride on steam trains and play parks Branscombe For such a tiny seaside village Branscombe has much to offer the visitor Branscombe is strung out along a steep sided wooded valley ending in a large shingle beach although winter storms will occasionally leave exposed areas of sandy beach from time to time In summer it s a colourful mass of flowers and is a regular Britain in Bloom winner Stop off at the Donkey Sanctuary an amazing home for retired donkeys or further down the hill visit the Old Bakery now

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  • Stonehayes Cottages Availability and Prices
    and cosy for winter breaks Prices include all utility services bed linen towels Wi Fi and a welcome pack Out of season all baskets of logs for the wood burner are provided free of charge For bookings and further information about Stonehayes please e mail us We always aim to respond promptly If you have not had a response within 24 hours please e mail again Enquiries info stonehayesfarm co

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  • Stonehayes Farm Gallery
    Facilities Short Breaks Activities Availability and Prices Gallery Testimonials Find Us Blog Cider House Shippen Linhay Granary Grandads Photo library The Shippen The Granary Cider House The Linhay Granddad s Outside spaces Prices Availability Find Us Links Terms Conditions Access

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  • Stonehayes Farm Testimonials
    Weymouth Honiton and Beer Will be recommending to all our friends with children and hopefully returning with maybe the grandparents too Keep up the good work Les Lesley we especially enjoyed looking at your photos of renovation See you soon Simone Steve Eleanor Olivia 28 9 13 The Linhay Sleeps 6 Once again we ve had a fantastic holiday The children loved the new fort and playhouse they come back soaking but happy every evening Lovely to see friends from previous holidays and as always Les Lesley have been perfect hosts The standard is as exceptional as ever see you next year Jo Russ Harry Tom Matilda Jackie and Den 4 8 13 Wonderful cottage for 2 toddlers lots of room and amazing outdoor fun Spring was perfect with lambs chicks and baby pigs to feed Combe Wood and Dumpdon Hill are little walks Sidmouth was gorgeous Killerton was brilliant Very sunny week helped Thanks for being lovely hosts and providing delicious bread scones and Easter Egg Hunt So much fun we don t want to leave Claire Ross Orsan Sophie Jake Duncan Easter 2014 The Granary Sleeps 5 Thank you once again 2nd visit for a wonderful holiday Cottage has exceeded expectations again Les Lesley are the perfect hosts and we are sorry to be going home so relaxing here just what the doctor ordered No doubt we will be back again for a 3rd time with family Pat Peter Sandra Steve 5 4 14 This has been a wonderful place to stay for our week in Devon It s comfortable warm and so welcoming Our 5 year old loved all the space and play area We were here over Halloween and Lesley helped to arrange a bit of trick or treating among the cottages which was fun The bread jam eggs wine were such a nice welcome There s really nothing lacking I m sorry we kept so busy with day trips in Devon that we couldn t spend more time just sitting still and enjoying our surroundings Chris Ashley Charlie David Jillian 3 11 13 Grandad s Sleeps 2 Big thank you Lovely clean beautiful bedding smells wonderful Love the little touches warm bread eggs bacon flowers jam butter Thank you both so much x Maureen John 2 2 14 Our first family holiday We have had a lovely time in this gorgeous warm and comfortable cottage Thank you for your wonderful welcome We will be back Nick Shelia Zoe 25 10 13 General Have had a wonderful week with our English rellies on this wonderful Farm stay the cottages and facilities are top class The welcome treats of fresh bread eggs wine and jam are a lovely touch and it s nice to have all the mod cons Les and Lesley make you feel so welcome and are so obliging our Harry just LOVES the chicken house This is the perfect location for lots of day trips we have been to Exmouth Padstowe for Cornish pasty

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  • How to find and Contact Stonehayes Farm
    Honiton exit at the east end of the town Follow directions for Dunkerswell Once you have gone over a small bridge take the third turning on right At the end of road turn left passing Jackson s Nursery on right Stonehayes is the next farm on the right Just look out for the sign Directions from the M5 At junction 28 Collumpton take the Honiton Sign post A373 Keep on

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