Are you travelling a long way to skydive with us? Here are a few local places to stay...
Odle Farm Holiday Cottages and B & B can be found in the East Devon countryside, far from hustle and bustle of the town, but only 10 minutes from Honiton, within the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This family run business of holiday cottages and accommodation is a wonderful base for families and couples, whether you are looking to walk, cycle, visit the vast number of local attractions, or just a quiet romantic weekend away.
Comfortable four star accomodation with a lounge, television, two bathrooms and drink making facilities (kitchen sink, kettle, fridge and microwave oven, with ground coffee, herb teas and fresh milk in the fridge and of course a whole packet of biscuits in the tin), as well as a terrace with far reaching views across the fields and valley. You may book a room, or the whole loft as an apartment sleeping two to four guests.
Within easy reach of the M5 and the A303/A30/A35, our B&B is perfect for a peaceful break in the country side. The pretty village nestles at the foot of the Blackdown hills, a designated Area of Outstanding beauty, and is a popular base for walking and cycling. Close by are many local amenities including a pub, shop, post office, hairdressers, garage and church. Brook House is part of The Ivy Cafe which serves lunches and evening meals. During the summer, guests are welcome to enjoy a traditional Devon cream tea in our secluded cottage garden.
Luton Barn, a luxury bed and breakfast retreat set amongst a cluster of buildings dating from the 15th century in the hamlet of Luton. To the south lies Payhembury, a typical Devon village, and to the north, the thatched village of Broadhembury. Two miles to the east are the magnificent earthworks of Hembury Hill with stunning views over the Otter valley to the south and Dartmoor to the west. The market town of Honiton with its many antique shops is just six miles away.
Jennie & Roger Sleeman welcome you to Eastcote House Bed & Breakfast, in the historic market town of Honiton, a short drive from the famous Jurassic coast. We offer spacious and comfortable accommodation which is sufficiently flexible to meet a range of needs. We have designed the accommodation to meet a range of needs. It is ideal for single people, couples sharing, two or three adults requiring separate rooms or a family of up to six people.
We have been offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation in our beautiful home, formerly the Hemyock Rectory, for ten years. The house is not just a family home but a small, working farm with Dexter Cattle, Jacob Sheep, sometimes pigs and always chicken. There are horses too. Built in 1855 the house is more Georgian than Regency and sympathetic renovations have brought the house into the twenty-first century in an understated and comfortable manner.