Larch Barn has spectacular views from the south-facing terrace that runs the length of the barn. You may see deer and will hear buzzards, pheasants and owls call.
The open plan kitchen/dining/living space shares the beautiful view.
Larch Barn is detached with plenty of space for parking.
The stylish kitchen-area is spacious and very well-equipped.
Bedroom 2 has a super comfy 5ft king-size bed and French doors that open onto the south-facing terrace.
Larch Barn in the foreground with the owner's white Listed cottage in the background.
The East Devon Way is just a short walk from Larch Barn.
The open plan living/dining/sitting room has a cosy wood-burner for cooler evenings.
The open plan living area creates a delightful sociable space.
From the comfort of your sofa, you can admire the far reaching views across the valley.
One of many footpaths leading directly from the grounds of Larch Barn.
This grassed area beside the barn allows you to be surrounded by nature.
Bedroom 1 has a gorgeous 6ft 'zip and link' bed which can be split into two single 3ft beds and French doors leading onto the enclosed terrace.
The spacious en suite shower-room for bedroom 1.
Bedroom 2 has a 5ft king-size bed and French doors onto the terrace.
The en suite bathroom for bedroom 2.
This glass fronted corridor links the bedrooms to the open plan living space.
Larch Barn faces south and so gets the sun on the terrace all day long, the barn opposite is used for storage.
The owner lives nearby in this Listed cottage, that you will drive past to reach Larch Barn.
Natural woodland extends beyond the garden.
Amazing views from Larch Barn all year round.
Jacob's Ladder at nearby Sidmouth, there is a great restaurant and tea shop to reward you at the top.
Regency Sidmouth is ideal for a relaxing stroll, or browse the independent shops and stop for refreshment.
The beach at Beer, when fish are still landed and sold there in the wet fish shop on the beach.
Lyme Regis has plenty to keep you busy all day; fossil and dinosaur museums, some great shops, fishing trips, good food or simply laze on the beach.
The iconic Cobb at Lyme Regis.
Monmouth beach in Lyme bay, where this ammonite pavement is exposed at low tide.
Seaton Tramway runs from the tram station in Seaton beside the river Axe estuary, through wetlands teeming with life to the historic village of Colyton.
Seaton Jurassic, a great place for all ages to learn about this very special coastline.
Nearby Salcombe Regis has impressive cliffs.
The Donkey Sanctuary at nearby Salcombe Regis has free admission and is home to hundreds of rescued Donkeys and Mules.
The sandy beach at Exmouth, looking towards Dawlish Warren.
River Cottage HQ on the Devon/Dorset border.

Larch Barn

4262

3.6 miles NE of Sidmouth / Sleeps 4 + 2 cots*

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7 Nights from  £621

March 2019

Larch Barn has that delightful uncluttered feel of a holiday cottage yet still provides everything needed for a home from home experience. Kevin, the owner was present and helpful without being intrusive and he really made the holiday with some little extra touches. If you like a gentle stroll there is a great walk through the adjoining fields and back through the wood and for something more challenging there are paths and bridleways accessible directly from the cottage including the East Devon Way which passes through some beautiful bluebell woods - I would love to return at bluebell time. There is a lot of wildlife to see around the area including some Roe deer who visited the gardens most days during my visit. Sidmouth, Branscombe and Beer are really easily accessed and there are amazing coastal walks and lovely places to stop for afternoon tea. There really was nothing not to like about this holiday.

Reply from Classic Cottages

It's great to hear that you had such a wonderful holiday in Larch Barn. Thank you so much for sharing your experience and tips for exploring the fabulous surrounding area. We'd love to see you again soon. Kari, Customer Support


February 2019

Please feel free to publish as the barn is one of the best we have stayed in and excepting my two large dogs who behave, made us feel very welcome. We have a wonderful week, the Barn is so lovely warm, clean and beautifully decorated, making relaxing is so easy. The underfloor heating was excellant and shower brillant for my tall fussy husband. The short walk around the attached land with the views complemented the relaxing feel. The deer in the garden, seal on the beach and the high standard of food in local pubs, cafes and restaurants. Only a short drive to coastal points of interest and in February the crowds were missing, and we worked around the weather. Kevin the owner is on site and is very consensus that all our needs were met, which was easy as we had none.


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