Strete Ralegh Farm

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Exeter, Devon

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Strete Ralegh Farm, Whimple

Strete Ralegh Farm, Exeter

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Accommodation Description:

A Grade II listed farmhouse in a lovely rural setting midway between Exeter and Honiton. 4 Star Rated accommodation with three letting rooms. Friendly welcome.

Airport parking and transfers offered. Pets welcome by arrangement.

Strete Ralegh Farm offers three spacious bedrooms, one king-size and one standard double that are both ensuite and one twin room that has a private bathroom. All the rooms are well equipped and furnished to a high standard with central heating throughout. A stair lift is available for those who are less mobile.

There is a guest lounge with colour TV, video, stereo and a selection of maps and books/leaflets of local interest for guests to borrow. There is also a large garden area which guests are welcome to use, the property being set in about 10 acres of land. We provide full English breakfasts with local produce is used wherever possible.

There is a good selection of pubs and restaurants offering a wide range of cuisines nearby for evening meals. We are ideally situated for those touring the area, being close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast with beaches at Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth and Lyme Regis all close by. There are also a number of National Trust properties within easy reach (Killerton, Knightshayes, A La Ronde, Castle Drogo and more) and the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are easily visited in a day, as are both Dartmoor and Exmoor.

We also offer a convenient base for the professional, being close to Exeter City and its cathedral, business parks, Airport, University and Westpoint Exhibition Centre. Pets welcome by arrangement.

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