Southole Barns comprises five unique self-catering holiday homes steeped in history. Once part of a Victorian farm, owned by the local abbey, it's now been beautifully converted to feature open plan living space, beamed ceilings and a tonne of charm. The south facing properties boast views over open fields, a delightfully sunny aspect and direct access to a footpath leading to the South West Coastal Path. It doesn’t get much better.
Smudgers Cottage sleeps up to two guests, plus a cot, and is located over the quiet lane in the grounds of an old farm cottage. Clovelly also sleeps two guests, plus a cot, and is accessed at ground level. Week St Mary, Roseland and Greenway are all located around a shared courtyard up a set of stone stairs. Roseland Barn sleeps four guests in two bedrooms across one level. Greenway Barn, which also sleeps up to four guests, is an elegant two-storey upside down barn with a enclosed private terrace and wood burner. You'll also find a cosy wood burner in Week St Mary which can accommodate two guests and a cot.