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Ettiford Farm Cottages, Ilfracombe, Devon

Ettiford Farm Cottages
Ilfracombe
Devon

EX34 9RG | View map

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Ettiford Farm cottages are situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in a secluded valley. They are within easy reach of the wonderful sandy Beaches of the North Devon Coast and the Exmoor National Park. These newly converted Barns provide modern accommodation yet within an ancient farmyard setting. The farm extends to 120 acres and includes 20 acres of newly planted woodland where often wild deer can be seen. We have two wonderful character cottages to choose from which can accommodate up to 4 to 5 people depending on the cottage. We provide a Games Room complete with a Pool table and Darts. A selection of books and DVD's are available which you are welcome to use during your stay. Free Internet Wi-Fi connection is available in the Games Room. Ettiford Farm Cottages benefits from an on site Clay Pigeon Shoot run by nationally renown South West Shooting School located just 200 metres away, beginners to experienced shots are welcome.Hazel CottageTwo storey barn conversion - sleeping 4.The cottage has been fully refurbished to a high standard throughout and under floor heating making it warm and cosy for all the changing seasons.

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