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We came with family and we stayed in the Granary. It was spacious, well equipped and clean. The pool was large and warm... we had it to ourselves most days. The kids loved the rope swing by the wild wood, the tennis and the play...More
We booked this for four adults and two children, and the cottage we hired was just right. The farm has a few animals, a great pool and hottub, and a lovely big playbarn with things for all generations.... There is also a small three hole...More
Not wanting to break the form of the reviews of Flear Farm, we stayed here for a week and had a great time. With small children you want a spot which is safe and secure as well as entertaining and FF ticks those boxes and...More
What a place. I still class myself as a new parent. We have a one year old (turned one during our stay) and finding somewhere which is absolutely perfect for a baby /child is daunting when your not used to holidays with a youngster. When...More
We stayed at Flear Farm for the first time in July - 4 of us, 2 adults and 2 children (9 and 3 years old) in The Stalls. What an amazing place - really well equipped house which was incredibly comfortable. The beds were great,...More
Response from Barnaby F, Owner at Flear Farm CottagesResponded July 23, 2018
Thank you so much for your lovely review. We put so much into our place here, and it really is very rewarding to have our families come and have a special time that hopefully sets them back up for the daily routine at home relaxed...More
I would say the Fortescue Arms is certainly within walking distance... The lane is big enough for tractors and cars so walking would not be too difficult. Devon is famously hilly, so there is that to factor in, but it's not... More
I would say the Fortescue Arms is certainly within walking distance... The lane is big enough for tractors and cars so walking would not be too difficult. Devon is famously hilly, so there is that to factor in, but it's not unwalkable. And it's a nice pub...