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B and Bs in Ottery St. Mary

Fluxton Farm
Ottery St. Mary

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Welcome to Fluxton Farm. Our 16th Century Devon Longhouse is situated in the beautiful Otter Valley just south of the country town of Ottery St Mary and only four miles from the sea at Sidmouth.

We have seven bedrooms all of which are centrally heated and are en-suite. All have tea and coffee making facilities and T.V. There are two charming sitting rooms, one of which has a colour television. Our beamed dining room has a large open fire and separate tables. We offer a full English breakfast using our own free range eggs.

The house stands in large, pretty, peaceful lawned gardens giving a tranquil atmosphere. A small clear trout stream flows through the garden which has its own pond. This corner of Devon is a place where life really does move slowly and it is possible to unwind completely. A well as the peace and quiet, which is so much part of Fluxton, we offer a warm welcome and an easy going atmosphere, coupled with a high level of care and attention, comfort and delicious food.

We are no longer a working farm but we keep ducks, chickens and have a cat sanctuary for old cats and our own cats, but dogs are also welcome.


Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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