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We spent 3 nights in Shippen Cottage on a photography workshop weekend. The cottage was spotless and very well equipped, the breakfasts were delicious and plenty of it, but the over-riding element was the welcome and care given by our hostess Linda, nothing was too...More
Clean, tidy comfortable establishment set on a working farm in a fantastic setting. Family run and nothing too much trouble for them. Linda can't do enough for you.
Lovely farm cottages in the middle of nowhere on a working dairy farm, ideal base for visiting...More
This was our second visit to Frankaborough Farm and we weren't disappointed. We've stayed in Rose Cottage and the Old Shippen - the second being a bit bigger than the first and the additional space being welcome given the presence of a teenager and a...More
Lovely farm cottages in the middle of nowhere on a working dairy farm, ideal base for visiting the nearby Westcountry Wildlife Photography Centre. Linda is a very bubbly and friendly host and her breakfasts were superb.
As a large group of friends we were looking for somewhere we could stay to tackle the devon coast to coast cycle route from Barnstaple to Plymouth.We were delighted to have found this hidden gem and it surpassed our expectations. Linda, the owner, is very...More
US$121 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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