Another great deal from one of our lovely big country houses – perfect for a last minute holiday in Devon, or short break in the West Country – from £12 per person, per night.
Eggesford Barton – Devon
Sleeps up to 26
6th July – £2190 for the week, £1530 for the weekend
13th July – £2190 for the week, £1530 for the weekend
20th July – £2450 for the week, £1710 for the weekend
17th Aug – £2450 for the week, £1710 for the weekend
Margaret at Eggesford Barton to book – 01769 581 250
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About Eggesford Barton
Accommodation at the Barton is flexible. It sleeps up to 26, in 13 bedrooms with 8 bathrooms. Downstairs, there are kitchens, living rooms and dining room.There is also an indoor games room with Nintendo Wii, table tennis and pool table. A resident Health and Beauty therapist is available.
Eggesford Barton House is arranged around an enclosed courtyard with cobbled pathways, with lawned gardens. Close to the house is an enclosed outdoor play area, with large wooden climbing frame and plenty of space to play ball games. The Barton is set within 30 acres of park and woodland; brilliant for the on-site archery, or grand battles of laser shooting .
There is plenty to do in the area; Eggesford Barton is perfectly placed between Dartmoor and Exmoor, on the 180-mile long Tarka Trail. There is also excellent walking to be done straight from the Barton on trails and footpaths to Eggesford & Heywood Forest, where you can see the ancient Mott & Bailey. The area by the River Taw is unspoilt and an ideal place to watch wildlife (including kingfishers and otters). Mountain biking and horse riding is also popular in Eggesford Forest.
The beaches of North Devon are within an hour’s drive of Eggesford. Saunton Sands (National Trust beach where dog walking is allowed all year through), Woolacombe and Croyde offer some of the best surfing and kite-surfing in the country.
Eggesford Barton suits parties of family and friends, special celebrations, weddings and reunions. It is also suitable for corporate and business use.
It’s a pleasant stroll through the woodland and pastureland to the River Taw, where 800 metres of river frontage awaits guests, and you might catch a salmon or trout if you are lucky. Guests are requested to bring their own tackle and we suggest you bring waders to get to the best pools.
The surrounding forests offer wonderful horse-riding country. Instructors and guides available.
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