Great Court Farm
A warm welcome awaits you at this Award winning farmhouse B&B on a working Dairy and Sheep farm, overlooking the historic town of Totnes and surrounding countryside. 1 mile from the town with its narrow streets, ancient buildings and friendly individual shops. Craft and Antique markets are held on Fridays and Saturdays.
This is an ideal centre for visiting Dartmoor, Torbay, Dartmouth, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, and the villages of South Devon. A trip on the River Dart is a must, Castles, Steam trains.. National Trust properties and Golf courses are within easy reach.
For families a visit to Paignton Zoo, Pennywell Farm and Woodland Leisure park are close by. For keen walkers there is the coastal path a short drive away with its breathtaking views and steep inclines!!.
For the less energetic there are many shorter walks from Totnes along the River Dart to pretty villages.
Our large Victorian farmhouse has full central heating and the Double, Twin, and Family rooms are spacious and decorated and furnished to a high standard, with the little extras to make your stay a 'home from Home'. There is a guest lounge and a garden to relax in on warm summer evenings, perhaps with a glass of wine!.
Traditional farmhouse breakfasts with a varied menu are served in the Dining room overlooking the garden and fields. Vegetarians and special diets can be catered for. Locally produced and home made produce are used to provide high quality meals cooked in an AGA.
The homemade marmalade and jam is very popular with guests as is the local Devon Honey. Kippers and local Smoked Haddock are on the menu and purchased from the lovely sounding shop called Ticklemore Fish and cheese is from Ticklemore cheese shop.
There is plenty of parking outside the house.
Regret no smoking or pets in the house.
It is not essential to have a car as we are well situated for public transport to many places of interest.
We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful area.
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This page was last updated: 22 June 2010