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Rumleigh Farm
Rumleigh
Bere Alston

Yelverton
Devon

PL20 7HN | View map
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Rumleigh Farm sits in the wonderful wildlife haven that is the Tamar Valley. On the edge of west Devon, facing Cornwall, it is ideally suited for exploring the moors, the coasts and is close to many amenities. Our nearest town is the award winning market town of Tavistock - full of interesting shops and restaurants. On the farm (which dates from the 13th century) we have two wonderful barn conversions. Yellowhammer is spacious, and feels like a real home from home, with squashy sofas, loads of room to spread and relax and everything you could ever need. It sleeps 6. For two of you wanting to get away from it all, there is Dragonfly. Small, cosy and luxurious with everything planned to make you unwind deep bath, large shower, seating so you can stretch out and contemporary decoration. In both we have fabulously comfortable beds - everyone comments. Outside our land backs onto the river. You can be private in you own courtyard or you can choose to walk, run, or play. Our beautiful piece of England teams with wildlife and feels like you have stepped back in time. Please come and see us.

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