- £245 per week
- £35 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
- Private Parking
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 bathroom
- Towels provided
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Travel cot
- Private parking
- Pony trekking/horse riding
Important - please note
- Check in: 3pm
- Check out: 10am
Looking for a rural bijou bolthole?
Nestled in the heart of the idyllic countryside, Galmpton Stable offers the perfect romantic bolt-hole for couples looking to enjoy the rural delights and timeless coastal fun of beautiful Devon.
The refurbished property still retains many of its original features, for a twee ambience to reflect the charm of its farmyard setting, which is steeped in history, being home to a farm on the site since the Middle Ages and forming one of the 7 original village buildings of Galmpton.
Inside guests can find a sunny and inviting holiday haven to call their own, with a cosy open plan living & kitchen area encased by a pretty beamed ceiling, to offer guests a restful and intimate setting in which to relax and enjoy.
The snug sitting area and flat screen TV/DVD offers home-from-home comfort for when the weather turns and the fitted kitchenette to the side provides the freedom to enjoy simple home-cooked meals during your stay.
Directly outside the sunny private terrace paints a picturesque setting for enjoying
The charming holiday home further offers a delightfully furnished master bedroom with double bed and a modern fitted shower room.
For guests looking to stay close to family and friends during their stay, it is possible to rent 'Galmpton Stable' alongside the equally charming 'Agatha's Galmpton Cottage', which sleeps up to 4 and forms an annexe to the principal privately owner farmhouse, which is also situated here in the courtyard.
From the idyllic and tranquil country lane, guests are within an easy stroll from the village's organic butchers, local convenience shop and the highly recommended 'Manor Inn Pub'. The famous 'Greenway House & Gardens' attraction is also within enviable reach of the holiday home and the picturesque beauty spot is surrounded by a scenic web of moorland, woodland, rural and coastal walks to enjoy.
With the revitalizing sea air bound to bring about a healthy appetite, guests are perfectly placed for enjoying the delicious and unpretentious gastronomy of South Devon; from freshly caught Oysters in Bigbury to the highly praised cuisine of 'The Churston Court Inn' and the wholesome family-friendly vigour of 'Alf Resco' in Dartmouth, to name just a few!
Keen golfers can enjoy teeing off at the Shaldon Approach and Churston Golf Clubs whilst culture vultures can enjoy exploring the nearby National Trust attractions, Berry Pomeroy Castle, Coleton Fishacre, Greenway and the delightful seaside towns of Brixham, Paignton, Totnes and Dartmouth.
The vibrant seaside resort of Torquay is also within easy by car just 16 minutes away, providing guests with a host of modern day distractions, lively forms of evening entertainment and timeless visitor attractions to enjoy.
The famed Red Robin experience and Dartmouth boat trips provide a perfectly sedate way to sight see in the area and the spectacular natural wonders of Kents Cavern and the miles of stunning beaches and secluded coves offer all manner of outdoor activities to enjoy, from canoeing, sailing, surfing and swimming to walking, fishing, lazy beach days and more.
Notes:This property has a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £150, which is payable to Blueriver Cottages with the final balance of your holiday, eight weeks prior to your arrival, and is refunded within 5 working days of your departure. Alternatively, you may wish to pay a non-refundable Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver equivalent to 10% of the Accidental Damage Deposit value, which covers you for the full value of the Accidental Damage Deposit, should any damage occur during your stay.
Good location nice old property great hosts