Key Holiday Home Information:Dog-Friendly, up to 2 dog(s) welcome by arrangement.
Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Honiton Railway Station is 6 miles away.
Exeter and Bristol Airports are within easy reach..
Nearest city or town: Exeter, approximately 16 miles away.
Type of holiday rental: High quality pet and family friendly Devon farm cottages near the Jurassic coast.
Short Breaks and weekend breaks: All Year
Collection of seven delightful 44 star farm cottages set on Boswell Farm. Nestled in the tranquil Sweetcombe Valley, a scenic Devonshire valley with meadows and woodlands, only around 1.5 miles from the nearest beach. Boswell Farm is a great place to stay for a relaxing and indulgent break with a coarse fishing lake, 45 acres of farmlands with farmland walks, children’s play area and all-weather tennis court. For the ultimate in relaxation why not enjoy one of the onsite Pilates classes during a stay here? WiFi via fibre optic is available at all cottages. There is ample car parking available and each property has its own idyllic private garden. Each unique cottage has its own individual charm. Choose from cottages that sleep 4, slees 5 or sleep 6. Mill House and Cider House can be booked together by arrangement to sleep groups of up to 11 for special family celebrations for example. This is a fabulous location from which you can discover some of the best of Devon including the beautiful beaches along the coast, the scenic beauty of Dartmoor National Park and the stunning Jurassic Coastline close by. coarse fishing lake on site.
Entertainment and/or Leisure Facilities on Offer: Tennis Court
Flexible changeover day: Yes
Recommended Attractions near Harcombe, Sidmouth: There is a whole host of things to see and do in the south west, and Boswell is ideally placed within easy reach of everything that the south west has to offer. If you are looking for historical castles and houses, shopping in fantastic county towns and outlet stores, a day at the seaside or the races, a visit to a zoo or safari park, or even adrenalin fueled paintballing, quad biking or pony trekking you can find it all within easy reach. This is home to a multitude of quaint little villages and market towns, beautiful Devon beaches, gently rolling hills and wild moors with miles of lush landscape to explore - heaven for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors! Exciting cities mix fascinating history with vibrant culture, and you'll find superb festivals, country shows and events all year round. Whether elderly or young, active or sedentary, lovers of the arts or rock music enthusiasts, depending on the time of year there will always be something for everyone to enjoy, either within walking distance or a short drive.
Good places to visit near Harcombe, Sidmouth: South West Coastal Path Beautiful Beaches of the Jurassic Coast County Shows Dartmoor & Exmoor Theme Parks & Zoos Historical Museums Shopping Days Animal Sanctuarys Steam Railway Sailing Historic Houses & GardensMore about the Location:
Annual Events: Sidmouth Festival The annual Sidmouth folk festival takes place this year from August 3-10. A strong line-up includes June Tabor and the Oysterband, Norma Waterson and Eliza Carthy with the Gift Band, Seth Lakeman and Martin Simpson. There’s a dedicated campsite and tickets, which begin at £34 for a day ticket, are available from the festival website (sidmouthfolkweek.co.uk).
Good places to eat near Harcombe, Sidmouth: Mocha (The Esplanade, Sidmouth; 01395 512882) for a cup of tea or coffee and cakes - it’s right by the sea! Fish and chips locally in Sidford a short walk away, or at The White Horse Café (Old Fore Street; 01395 514271). For lunch/dinner there’s the Blue Ball (01392 427711; blueballinn.net) at Sidford, which has been run by the same family since 1912 and is only five minutes walk from Boswell Farm, or try Moores’ (01395 568100; mooresrestaurant.co.uk) in nearby Newton Poppleford. Very friendly and they serve good British cuisine. The Fountain Head at Branscombe (01297 680359; fountainheadinn.com), about five miles outside Sidmouth, a traditional pub that brews its own beer (live music and a spit roast in late July and August).
Short Breaks: Yes
|Price Banding Period||Weekly Price||Changeover day||Min Stay & Short Breaks Information||Short Break Nightly Rates From|
|05 Sep 2014 - 25 Sep 2014||1,030.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||-||-|
|26 Sep 2014 - 23 Oct 2014||620.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||-||-|
|24 Oct 2014 - 30 Oct 2014||840.00 GBP||No short breaks||-||-|
|31 Oct 2014 - 18 Dec 2014||450.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||-||-|
|19 Dec 2014 - 25 Dec 2014||1,302.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||-||-|
|26 Dec 2014 - 01 Jan 2015||1,302.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||-||-|