Galmpton Farmouse Stable B & B
From the old farmyard you enter the stables & walk into a small lounge with a two seater settee, freeview TV, DVD along with tea & coffee making facilities. Off to the right is the bedroom which includes a double bed with kingsize duvet, small wardrobe, bedside table, hair dryer and freeview TV. As you are there is only one room fro B & B you will be undisturbed and you can enjoy the piece & quiet unless of course you go out on the owners boat!
To the left of the lounge is a modern shower room with shower, hand basin & WC with complimentary toiletries, plus robes & towels for your comfort.
Delicious traditional English or continental breakfast, served in the farmhouse is included, local produce used where possible.
Ideal for walkers with the Dart Valley and John Musgrove trails right on the doorstep with breathtaking scenery of cost, forest and river. For those who love nostalgia, Agatha Christie's house Greenway, is just down the road whilst Coleton Fishacre former home of the Doyle Carte family is another world famous National Trust property just 10 minutes away. The Dart Valley steam railway also runs through the village and makes a great day out.
We have fishing rods and bikes available with prior notice along with local info on the best spots to fish or the easiest (flatest) to hardest off road cycling tracks. For the nature lover we have a selection of deer, foxes and badgers in the area. By the river we have seen kingfishers, a pair of osprey and numerous other woodland birds whilst in the bays we have resident grey seals & porpoise to keep you enthralled.
We have dedicated a lot of space on our website on things to do, places to go and if you like food & drink this area is a gastronomic delight and we will be delighted to give you advice on the best places to dine.
There is also a new app for iphone called My Riviera which is FREE and has lots of ideas of things to do.
Galmpton Farm Close
Brixham Devon TQ5 0NP
||01803 842 656
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This page was last updated: 13 March 2012