|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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Swallow cottage has a beautiful open plan living area with panoramic views over the Blackdown Hills and across the duckpond. It sleeps six comfortably with a large lounge and dining area, wheelchair access and a secluded patio looking over the pond.
The ground floor of Swallow cottage has traditional flag stoned floors, with a lounge and separate kitchen, both with patio access and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room. The large L-shaped lounge sits below a huge vaulted ceiling and will seat the whole family comfortably. It has a LCD TV/DVD and WiFi access along with a dining table that seats six. The fitted oak kitchen is finished with granite worktops and a double range cooker.The first floor houses two large double bedrooms both with 5' four-poster beds, vaulted ceilings and stripped pine floors. Each room has en-suite facilities with roll top baths, one with hand shower and one of the bedrooms also has a balcony with stunning views across the farm.
Swallow, Hay, Cider and Apple cottages used to be an integral part of the working farm and date back to the doomsday book although a lots changed since then. Sleeping 6, 7, 6 and 3 respectively the cottages have been carefully restored with flagstone floors, oak beams and furnished with beautiful beds and ample furniture. Relax in-front of the TV, get online on your laptop or cook up a storm in our well equipped kitchens or simply relax with a book in our conservatory overlooking the duckpond.
Mark and Katie have recently purchased Halsbeer Farm from the previous owners who lovingly restored the courtyard of derelict barns into beautiful holiday cottages. Mark and Katie live in the farmhouse with their children Mia and Felix.
We searched for a long time for the perfect spot, and finally settled on the Blackdown Hills. We love the peace and quiet of living in a rural area, and enjoy walking to the pub in the village for a quiet pint in the summer evenings.