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Combe Lancey Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast





Description:

An historic 12th century manor house set in an attractive and mature garden in a peaceful rural setting in Devon Both rooms are en-suite, with toilet, bath and shower, and have free WiFi, television, tea and coffee making facilities. Hairdryers, ironing facilities, bicycle and luggage storage are also available. The rooms have views over the garden and countryside. The separate breakfast room provides individual tables and looks over the formal front garden with its pretty flower beds. A traditional farmhouse breakfast, or alternative if requested, is served using local produce.

With free parking, Combe Lancey Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast offers easy access to outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and access to public tennis/squash courts and swimming pool. Table football is available in the breakfast room; table tennis and a pool table are provided in the Old Stable. A large lawn overlooking the orchard with table and chairs is provided for guests to enjoy.

Combe Lancey is a working sheep and cattle farm of 151 acres. Public footpaths provide traffic-free walking to both Sandford and Crediton, each about 1 mile. Crediton and Sandford have a broad selection of eating places and there are a number of delightful pubs nearby serving food and a variety of real ales. English, French, German and Dutch spoken.



Location:

An historic 12th century manor house set in an attractive and mature garden in a peaceful rural setting in Devon, near Crediton, and 8 miles from Exeter, 15 miles from the M5, making it an ideal base from which to visit Devon's countryside, its beaches, the National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor, the Two Moors Way. Exeter Airport 16 miles. Bristol Airport 68 miles.

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