Monday, 22 August 2016 Culverhayes, Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon
Culverhayes, Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon
Culverhayes in Sampford Courtenay offer a pair of self catering cottages set in 10 acres of West Devon’s unspoilt countryside, Culveryhayes is a country mansion built by the architect Henry Lloyd in 1860 with two 17 century cob and stone cottages set in the grounds.
 Here we wish to offer you the joys and delights of country living. 
Sampford Courtenay is a Devon Heritage village famous for the Prayer Book rebellion is sited in the centre of Devon. A ten minute car journey from the A30 through glorious countryside and you will arrive at the village “frozen in time”. Pass the village pub, climb Rectory Hill and half way up on your right you will find Culverhayes. 
Away from the well established tourist locations we are four miles from Dartmoor National Park and a half hour car journey from Exeter, a wonderful cathedral city. 
For aspiring gardeners there is Rosemore and for history lovers Torrington. Outdoor activities abound, horse riding, walking tours, fishing all within a few miles. A short car ride will take you to either coast where you can explore the delights of Salcombe on one side or Woollacombe on the other.
Around About Britain offers you a directory of accommodation and places to eat and drink throughout Britain. We offer self catering, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, pubs and inns, hotels, hostels and camping & caravan sites throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
You can enquire or book direct with the owners via our website and view any special offers they currently have. Click on the More Information on any of the establishments to view their full details.
Get Around… Get About… Get Around About Britain!

No comments:

Post a Comment