Beera Farmhouse, Milton Abbot
Beera is a working farm on the banks of the river Tamar. An ideal base for touring Devon & Cornwall. Visit the north & south coasts with rugged cliffs, sandy beaches & quaint fishing villages.
Beera is a working farm on the banks of the river Tamar, providing an ideal base for touring Devon and Cornwall. Visit the north and south coasts with rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and quaint fishing villages. Also nearby is the new Eden Project, Saltram House (where 'Sense and Sensibility' was filmed), and many other National Trust properties nearby.
Play golf, walk around the farm and the Tamar trail and admire the beautiful, tranquil scenery. Off-road driving, archery and clay pigeon shooting can be arranged nearby. Beera offers a warm welcome and comfort in peaceful countryside with panoramic views where everything possible is done to make your stay a memorable one.
Guests return annually for the hospitality and friendship. Enjoy excellent evening meals using local and home grown produce. Packed lunches available.
Beautifully decorated rooms. One four poster, one super king/twin and one standard double, all with ensuite shower rooms, tea/coffee, central heating, clock radios, Digital TV's, bathrobes, fresh flowers, Cornish fudge, hairdryers and many extras.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Tavistock area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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