Families of all sizes and ages will be very comfortable at this historic hideaway in the Devon countryside. Set on a working farm where your brood can cuddle bunnies, collect eggs and feed all the animals, Stickwick will have them - and you - charmed, long after you return home.
Have a look at what it's like here.
What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?
As these are historic properties with the original buildings largely structurally unchanged, there is limited accessibility. All bedrooms are upstairs but there are ground floor WCs. More information is available directly from the host, Linda.
Where is it and how do you get there?
Stickwick is 10 miles from Exeter, 20 miles from Plymouth and just two miles off the A38 on the edge of Dartmoor.
Newton Abbot is the closest train station which is a 20 minute car journey away.
Exeter airport is less than a 30 minute drive from Stickwick.
Listed since May 2015
A real farming family. Linda and Richard have run Stickwick for guests for over 40 years and are involved with many local and community events, keeping the village alive. Now joined by daughter Alison and her family, Stickwick continues to be a real home from home with real people to talk to.
Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.
Hop in the car for 20 minutes and arrive at England’s highest man-made waterfall and lakes at Canonteign Falls
Take a nice walk to the village pub at Palk Arms which is both children and pet friendly.
Climb Haytor rocks and see the roaming ponies in the rugged, wild landscape of Dartmoor, only a 15 minute drive away.
Spend the day at Teignmouth beach and check out the amusement pier when you’re taking a break from the sun.
If you love this farm then why not visit another one? Pennywell has loads of animals, activities and fun rides and it is just half an hour's drive away.