Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House
Old Rectory and Coach House

Old Rectory and Coach House

Serene and lovely, tucked in its weathered old walls - the Old Rectory offers guests peace and comfort deep in the Devonshire countryside.

  • Sleeps 32
  • Beds 14
  • Baths 6

The main house sleeps 16 people. If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £18 and £52.

Either marry at St Swithuns, then cross the field to the Rectory, or marry at the Rectory...whatever you decide, it'll be a wedding exactly how you want it.

  • Indoors 95
  • Capacity 150

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.


Pyworthy, Nr Holsworthy, Devon EX22 6LA

  • Weekends

    £3,500 - £5,000

  • Full Weeks

    £4,000 - £7,000

The Old Rectory and its Coach House make for a very special set up, perfect for weddings, family reunions or celebrating a big birthday or anniversary. It’s surrounded by ancient woodland and the best of British nature; wildflowers, birds and trees.

The owners also arrange writing retreats and walking holidays, and would be delighted to show you around.

The Old Rectory

Sleeps 16 people in 8 generous bedrooms, two of which are en-suite. There are also two other bathrooms, one downstairs with a shower and another upstairs with bath and shower. On the ground floor there is a big and very well equipped kitchen with an Aga, a second kitchen with electric cooker, a large living room with a grand piano, another large reception room, a library, and a
billiards/snooker room. The kitchens are huge,


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House Facts

The current house was built by the Church of England in 1836, although there has been a rectory on the site since around 1200. Unusually, the house is almost half a mile from its church; St Swithuns of Pyworthy. Solidly Georgian, with typical generous proportions and light-filled rooms, the house was modernised in 1903 by the Reverend Donaldson, who felt the need for indoor plumbing.


We are a party of nine who had a delightful break here. Superb hosts we will definitely return.

The Old Rectory is a lovely place to stay. Warm, friendly and welcoming,. Heartily recommended!


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