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Marsh Farm
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Contact: Matt or Aline Clarke
Tel: 01271 374494
  • £200 - £800 per week Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 8 + cot
  • Marsh Farm Grading : N/A
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Marsh Farm Barnstaple - Fishing, walks, play area - Ideal Family Location.
    Set on site of a small farm park(seasonal) a 15th century grade 2 listed farm house set on edge of a small valley in approx 60 acres of farm and woodland with lakes, wildlife, streams and springs. Coarse fishing on site by arrangement well stocked with rudd, perch, roach, tench, breem, carp to 24lb.

    4 bedrooms- 1 bunk(can be split) ,1 triple, 2 double - (one with four poster, window seat, decoraive fire place and carved beams).

    Large farm kitchen dinner with window seat electric cooker and oil aga, washing machine, microwave. Beamed sitting room with log burner fire. bathroom bath with shower mixer.

    Walled garden with furniture.

    3 miles from Barnstaple. Bus stop at end of lane. Landkey village with post office, shop and 2 pubs 1 mile. Swimbridge village with shop,post office and pub(pool table) less than a mile. Saunton and other beaches close by.

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    Barnstaple is a ancient town, granted its original charter in 930 AD by King Aethelstan - the grandson of Alfred the Great. The town prospered throughout history, its port eventually becoming a major trading link to America.

    Today Barnstaple has a thriving, partly pedestrianised centre, with traditional Pannier Market. Barnstaple features many fine buildings and attractive alleyways.

    Historically there is the Norman mound and remnants of the original Norman castle wall to see, the ornate Queen Anne's Walk and the 13th century 'Long Bridge'.

    Marsh Farm  -   Barnstaple   -   Devon

    Contact:  Matt or Aline Clarke   Tel:  01271 374494   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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