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Long Barn Luxury Holiday Cottages

Newton Abbot, South Devon, England, UK

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Long Barn Luxury Holiday Cottages
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01803 875044
Mike & Sandra Lane
AddressNorth Whilborough
Newton Abbot
South Devon
TQ12 5LP

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Nestling in the sleepy hamlet of North Whilborough, a few miles inland from Torquay, Long Barn Holiday Cottages are in a perfect location for self catering holidays in South Devon. Surrounded by a wide expanse of countryside with lovely views, you will soon begin to unwind and relax! Holiday cottages with an indoor pool.

Our self catering holiday cottages are all graded 4 Star with Gold Award and Family Friendly. Each has its own private garden or terrace and all four share the use of a superb heated indoor swimming pool and games area.

With the beaches of south Devon’s English Riviera and South Hams, Dartmoor and tourist attractions too numerous to mention, all within easy reach, you will never be short of things to do! With indoor and outdoor play areas and an indoor pool, Long Barn Cottages provide an ideal setting for family holidays, year-round.

We are located just three miles from Torquay in a peaceful rural setting in the heart of South Devon, yet within a half hour’s drive of Devon’s most alluring places. Explore the historic cities of Exeter and Plymouth, the atmospheric old towns of Totnes and Dartmouth, the rugged Dartmoor landscape or the secluded stunning beaches of the South Hams, then come back to enjoy the luxury, peace and seclusion of your beautiful home from home. There's plenty to do in and around Torbay, from coastal walks to seaside fun.

Sleeping Arrangements

Long Barn - Sleeps 13 + cots.

This spacious, beautifully presented converted barn sleeps 13 plus cots and is perfect for large family groups or friends holidaying together. It has a large garden with barbecue and garden furniture and two terraces.

Hameldown - Sleeps 8 + 2 cots.

This lovely four bedroom, three bathroom cottage comfortably sleeps 8 plus cots. It has its own large garden with barbecue and garden furniture, with lovely views over open countryside.

Huccaby - Sleeps 6 + cots.

This three bedroom cottage sleeps 6 plus cots. It’s full of exposed beams upstairs, giving a lovely cosy feel.

Honeybag - Sleeps 2 + cot.

This beautiful detached two-storey one bedroom cottage is ideal for couples with an infant, or those looking for a romantic hideaway. It has a completely private sunny courtyard with countryside views.


Things You Should Know

Local Events include:

Brixham Fish Market Tours 3rd, 17th Sept

Occombe Cider Festival 6th Sept

Widecombe Fair 9th Sept --- Fishstock Brixham 13th Sept

Nature’s Bounty at Sharpham 13th Sept

Dartmouth Challenge 13th – 14th Sept

River Dart 10km swim 14th Sept

Agatha Christie Festival 14th - 21st Sept

South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh - A seven mile former Great Western Railway line dating back to 1872 and now hosting steam trains which between the small market town of Buckfastleigh and the bustling and cultured ancient borough of Totnes

Other Information

Newton Abbot is a market town and civil parish in the Teignbridge District of Devon, England on the River Teign, with a population of 23,580.

A distinctly Victorian railway town, Newton Abbot is located in the heart of South Devon, giving you great access to Dartmoor National Park and the whole of the South Devon coast – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There’s plenty going on in and around the town to keep you and the family entertained, from horse racing to food and drink festivals, and all with that distinctive West Country charm.

The Newton Abbot area has been inhabited since Neolithic times and was later occupied by the Romans. Referred to as the New Town of the Abbots (from the nearby Torre Abbey) the town was renamed Newton Abbot by 1300 and thanks to its market it became a thriving centre. Both wool and leather industries prospered here during the medieval period, and later the clay industry became a major employer.

Kent’s Cavern prehistoric caves, Torquay– 01803 215136

Prehistoric caves tucked away in Torquay - a fascinating labyrinth of caverns with impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations and a glimpse into life of ancient humans