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stayed one night, should have been more. Not sure where to start, stayed in the 17th century, grade II listed farmhouse. The house is a treasure, it hasn't been tarted up by some odd interior designer, it's comfortable, spacious and tasteful. Here silence really is...More
Lovely big room, perfect for a family (we had two young children). Greeted and offered tea and home made scones on arrival. Our room was immaculate and very comfortable.
Delicious breakfast in the morning. Wished we had stayed a bit longer!
This was our first time to the area, our 4 night stay at Marshwood Farm was a sheer delight, we had a very warm welcome from Fiona on our arrival with a pot of tea to be had plus the butterfly buns, we stayed in...More
We stayed the night at Marshwood Farm on our way to Cornwall. It is a beautiful house and our room was huge with a magnificent bed and beautiful large ensuite. The views from the farm are amazing and it is so quiet.
Fiona very kindly...More
My Husband and I have just returned from a wonderful Easter break at Marshwood Farm.Despite having to cope with the many demands of running a large sheep and arable farm,including lambing,dealing with the aftermath of storm Katie,which meant rescuing stranded sheep from a flooded field...More
Hello, I am looking for accommodation on 13th and 14th April. There is my brother and his wife, my mother, my wife and myself (2 double and 1 single). Would you be able to accommodate us on these nights? If yes, may I ask what the cost would be please?
4 February 2015|
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